It appear the struggle for the new Russian assault rifle(s) has finally come to an end.
Today one of my sources from Concern Kalashnikov messaged me some very very hot new. Apparently the Russian MOD plans to introduce the AK-12 and AK-15for general service. They currently are still negotiating about the exact conditions, but it looks like a closed deal.
Clickbait? Not really.
I dare to say Russians always had the most sophisticated optical systems, with the robotic sights being the latest addition. People always nagged, that they will never be put into service, too expensive, yada, yada, yada .
Well, things changed: They are being deployed in Syria right now.
Interested in the specifics, or have you never head about robotic sights at all?
The EKA Viking Combi Saw (or ‘EKA Viking Wilderness Multi Blade Folding Combi Saw‘ if you have an affinity for long terms…) is a lightweight, but very capable saw for outdoor use. It is manufactured by EKA-knivar in Sweden in both a 17″ (43cm) or 21″ (53cm) variants.
The PK-AS is a versatile, compact and waterproof sight with a rather unique working principle made by BelOMO (БелОМО) in Belarus.
Often people refer to it as reflex sight or red dot, which does no justice to its capabilities at all. Why? Take a look at these two photos: