The KSVK 12.7
|Type||Bullpup anti-materiel rifle|
|Place of origin||Russia|
|In service||Russian Defense Ministry|
|Used by||See Users|
|Designer||E.V. Zhuravlev, M.Y. Kuchin and V.I. Negrulenko|
|Mass||12 kg w/o scope|
|Barrel length||1000 mm|
|Rate of fire||10 s.p.m.|
|Muzzle velocity||770–860 m/s|
|Effective firing range||1500 m|
|Maximum firing range||2000 m|
|Feed system||5-round detachable box magazine|
|Sights||Iron sights, rails for mounting various sniper sights|
The KSVK (Russian: Крупнокалиберная Снайперская Винтовка Ковровская (Krupnokalibernaya Snayperskaya Vintovka Kovrovskaya); English: Large-Caliber Kovrov Sniper Rifle) or Degtyarev sniper rifle is a 12.7mm anti-materiel sniper rifle developed in Russia for the purpose of counter sniping and penetrating thick walls, as well as light armored vehicles.
- SVN-98 (СВН-98)
- KSVK (КСВК)
- ASVK (АСВК, army Kovrov large-caliber sniper rifle) – adopted by Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation under designation 6S8 "KORD" sniper complex (6С8 «Корд») in June 2013 and used by the Syrian Arab Army during the Syrian Civil War.
- Unnamed Vietnamese version, designed based on the Russian KSVK with several modifications to fit the local conditions. It is equipped with the also Vietnamese produced N12 optical sight with 10 times magnification. Manufactured at Z111 and Z199 factories.
- ASVK-M Kord-M
The KSVK 12.7 has been in the following conflicts:
- Russia: ASVK is currently used by units of the Southern, Eastern and Western Military Districts and Northern Fleet. Improved version ASVK-M Kord-M entered service in June 2018.
- Vietnam: Unnamed self-designed and domestic produced version, featuring modifications to suit local conditions at Z111 Factory.
- Syria: Used by forces loyal to the Syrian Government.
- List of Russian weaponry
- List of bullpup firearms
- List of sniper rifles
- Barrett M95
- Denel NTW-20
- Istiglal Ist-14.5
- OSV-96, the KSVK's service competitor
- Семен Федосеев. Оружие спецназа: крупнокалиберная снайперская винтовка // журнал «Братишка», октябрь 2000 г.
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- Khám phá dàn súng bắn tỉa cực đỉnh của QĐND Việt Nam Archived 17 June 2014 at the Wayback Machine (in Vietnamese)
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- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 26 January 2019. Retrieved 25 January 2019.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
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- 6S8 at the manufacturer's website
- Modern Firearms: KSVK 12.7
- Koll, Christian (2009). Soviet Cannon – A Comprehensive Study of Soviet Arms and Ammunition in Calibres 12.7mm to 57mm. Austria: Koll. p. 71. ISBN 978-3-200-01445-9.
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