7 legendary Soviet firearms - 56 shots
Spagin submachine gun | SA-58 battle rifle | AK-47 assault rifle | CZ-75 9mm semi-automatic pistol | TT33 Tokarev semi-automatic pistol | Skorpion VZ-61 7.65mm machine pistol | Druganov Sniper Rifle .308
Experience Soviet firearms at their best, from close quarter combat weapons to deadly accurate, long distance sniper rifles. The Soviet program is a high octane, multi-sensory experience similar to the Gold program, but solely with weapons from the Soviet Red Army.
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The Spagin PPSh-41 was a cheap, reliable submachine gun with a open bolt system. Chambered with the feared 7.62x25mm Tokarev pistol round it has no recoil and was used extensively by the Soviet Armed forces in World War II and by the Viet Cong during the Vietnam War. Due of the drum magazine it is sometimes mismatched with the Thompson Machine gun used by the US Army. On our range we use a 9mm x19 version.
The VZ-58 is an light and reliable assault rifle from Czech Republik. Not based on the AK47, just uses the same caliber 7.62x39mm and has a similar look due of the magazine. Still used with the Slovak, Czech, Cuban and some other Army's.
The AK-47, aka Kalashnikov chambered 7.62x39mm, the most famous Russian assault rifle produced in millions and adopted by many countries as their standard service rifle. Has seen service in a multitude of wars and is still in operation today all over the world. It is cheap to produce, reliable in the worst conditions and if you don't need to shoot over 200m it is even relativly precise.
The CZ 75 is a 9mm semi automatic pistol, manufactured by Ceska Zbrojovka, known for its long service life and reliability. It is the actual pistol of the Czech and many other Police forces.
The TT33 Tokarev semi-automatic service pistol saw service in World War II, Vietnam War and the Korean War.
The Skorpion VZ-61 is a Czechoslovak 7.65x17mm machine pistol, used predominantly by Special Forces in the former Czechoslovakia but also as a sidearm for lower ranking military personnel. The weapon has been popular in the past with close protection and armed groups as well criminal gangs as it is light and small so great for concealed carrying. The guards of Ho Chi Min used it by example.
The SVD Dragunov sniper rifle caliber 7.62x54R was originally designed as a long range infantry support weapon during a time when submachine guns and assault rifles were the Red Army’s weapon of choice due to their close and medium combat rapid fire capabilities. It was not meant for specialized snipers but used instead by designated marksmen supporting infantry squads with rapid, accurate fire support on enemy targets from range.
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