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AO-63 assault rifle

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Type Assault Rifle
Place of origin  Soviet Union
Service history
Used by Spetsnaz
Production history
Designer S. G. Simonov and P. A. Tkachev
Designed 1986
Manufacturer TsNIITochMash
Weight 3.68 kg
Length 890 mm

Cartridge 5.45 x 39 mm
Rate of fire 850-6000 rounds/min
Effective range 600 meters
Feed system 30 round box magazine
(50 or 100 round drum magazine)
Sights Iron sights
AO-63 is a Soviet two-barrel assault rifle chambered for the 5.45 x 39 mm round. It was designed by S. G. Simonov and P. A. Tkachev, and manufactured by TsNIITochMash.
It uses an over/under barrel configuration, and it can reach a maximum rate of fire of 6000 rounds/min, when fired in two-round burst mode, making it the fastest firing assault rifle known. According to some sources the weapon uses a top mounted drum magazine with a capacity of 50 or 100 rounds.
The assault rifle was used by the Spetsnaz during the "Abakan" trials in the mid-1980s, in search of a more accurate alternative to take place over the standard issue AK-74, with AN-94 being the winner among numerous other weapons.

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