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Baikal MP-655k Viking Yarygin Style CO2 Pistol
The pistol is intended for plinking and acquiring the initial skills in handling a gun as well as for IPSC events.
Similiar to Russian issue Yarygin's 9mm service issue. Fully stripable like its 9mm Luger brother. 3 joules in Power weighs 0.75kg.
Real Viking details not the MP-655K replica The MP-446 'Viking' pistol is a recent development of the Izhevsk Mechanical Plant (IzhMech, also known in the West by its trademark 'Baikal'). The MP-446 'Viking' is a sporting derivative of the Yarygin PYa pistol, which has been adopted by Russian military in 2003. The key differences between MP-446 and PYa are frame material and sights.
MP-446 'Viking' pistol is a short recoil operated, locked breech pistol
Looks like ??-446 VIKING pistol. All procedures relative to partial stripping and handling are analogues to those of prototype. The pistol is equipped with a unique hopper-type magazine for 100 BBs. The gun design provides for simple reloading and reliable feed of bullets. Ambidextrous safety and bilateral magazine catch provide for convenience in shooting and allow right or left-handed operation.
The pistol can shoot either BBs or “Diabolo” pellets and features:
Sight micrometrically adjustable for windage and elevation. SA and DA firing mechanism. Activated by 12 g ??2 cylinders.
The pistols design is protected by five patents.
Definately one for the collection and Solware team give it a 5 out of 5 must have to go along with your Makarov and AK!
We struggle to keep reglar stocks of Baikal products so recommend you call first for availability
Due to the New Gun Laws in the UK we can now only supply the ammo, spares and accessories by Mail Order, Air Pistols & Air Rifles have to be collected from our Warehouse, ( Address at Bottom of Page ) unless there is an RFD Dealer in your area who will accept the gun on your behalf for a small fee. Ask for details!
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