Russia’s KBP to Develop Special Module for Small Arms
Russia’s Instrument Design Bureau is working to create a module for small arms that will make it possible to fire at underwater targets from the ground. This was announced by Alexey Sorokin, a representative of the Instrument Design Bureau, on Monday.
“We are currently performing a number of development activities. In particular, we plan to design a special module for small arms that will make it possible to fire at underwater targets from the ground,” the official said, noting that the Instrument Design Bureau is also improving a sighting system of its ADS automatic rifle.
It’s worth mentioning that the IDEX 2015 international exhibition of arms and military equipment is held in Abu Dhabi on February 22-26. The event is attended by more than 1,000 companies from 52 countries. Russian military products are presented by 21 companies, including Rosoboronexport, Uralvagonzavod, Instrument Design Bureau, Almaz-Antey, Splav, Bazalt and others.