The SR-3 Vikhr (СР-3 Вихрь, Russian for "whirlwind") is a Russian 9×39mm compact assault rifle. It was developed by A. D. Borisov, V. N. Levchenko and A. Tyshlykov at TsNIITochMash (Central Institute for Precision Machin... Read more...
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The SR-3 Vikhr (СР-3 Вихрь, Russian for "whirlwind") is a Russian 9×39mm compact assault rifle. It was developed by A. D. Borisov, V. N. Levchenko and A. Tyshlykov at TsNIITochMash (Central Institute for Precision Machine Building) in the early 1990s and was manufactured in 1994. It is based on the AS Val suppressed assault rifle but lacks an integral suppressor and has a newly designed folding stock and charging handle for ease of concealed carry. The abbreviation "SR" stands for spetsialnaya razrabotka — special development. The SR-3 Vikhr was almost never been seen outside the hands of Russian special forces or certain security officials' details being a rather expensive weapon for its size and weight, and Russia does not have the financial capacity to mass produce the rifle for what the military was asking for. Mostly, it had been fielded by Russian special forces, security and government officials.
Important: PBS not included, can be purchased separately
|Coating||the same as military version|
|Fire mode||single / multi Fire|
|Gearbox||improved (modified) gearbox v3 from NPO AEG|
|Mags capacity||mechanical / 50 balls|
|Power / joules (we can downgrade power)||2,9|
|Principle of action||AEG|
|The initial speed of the ball||490 fps ( 150 m/s ) with 0.2g BBs|
|Type and size of the battery (not included)||LiPo battery type "brick". Mounted in the handeguard Connector "T" size 20-25-72|
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