The new Malyuk bullpup design assault rifle from the Ukrainian defense industry 05051510

 
 
Online Show Daily News
IDEF 2015
International Defence Industry Fair

05 - 08 May 2015
Istanbul , Turkey
 
Ukraine Malyuk assault rifle at IDEF 2015
 
 
The new Malyuk bullpup design assault rifle from the Ukrainian defense industry.
Ukraine defense industry shows one more time its ability to design and manufacture new technology of assault rifle with its new Malyuk which has a bullpup design. The weapon features three Picatinny-style rails for mounting a different variety of optical and mechanical devices, such ' as sights, grip handle, bipod etc.
     
Ukraine defense industry shows one more time its ability to design and manufacture new technology of assault rifle with its new Malyuk which has a bullpup design. The weapon features three Picatinny-style rails for mounting a different variety of optical and mechanical devices, such ' as sights, grip handle, bipod etc. New Ukrainian-made Malyuk assault rifle has a bullup design.
     
A quick detachable suppressor is also available. The magazine is mounted within a dedicated shaft, which not only facilitates better fixation, but is designed so that to allow the magazine to fall down under its own weight with a press of the release button located next to the trigger, and it is easy to load into the receiver from whatever position the shooter chooses to take.

The weapon's design makes an optimal use of the energy of the combustion gases. The barrel is cooled by air convection, resulting in a longer barrel life, which is twice that of Kalashnikov rifle.
 

The Malyuk automatic rifle is designed to be ambidextrous for both right-hand and left-hand shooters. The ergonomic bolt handle doesn't move when firing to preclude finger or chin injuries.

The Malyuk has had its recoil reduced by almost 50 percent as compared to that in the Kalashnikov rifle, and its design to allow the key operations - unlocking firing, removing and replacing the magazine and reloading - to be done with a single hand.

The Malyuk has a total weight of 3,2 kg without the magazine, it has a maximum range of 500 m and can be adapted for different types of caliber as 5.45, 7.62 x 39mm or 5.56 x 45 mm.
 

This website uses cookies to manage authentication, navigation, and other functions. By using our website, you agree that we can place these types of cookies on your device.