Officially adopted by Red Army in 1939, DShK "Krupnokaliberny Pulemet Degtyareva-Shpagina, DShK" (Degtyarev-Shpagin, large caliber) has been in production up until 1980. It was used through WW2 as an anti-aircraft weapon, and also as an heavy infantry support gun. Our stock includes a modernised versionDShK-M (DShK Modernised) also known as DShKM-38/46. This version was also used as AA-gun mounted on some Russian tanks and armour vehicles (T-55, T-62, BTR-155). DShKM was widely exported to Soviet-friendly nations and regimes. It was also manufactured in other countries, such as China, Iran, Yugoslavia and Pakistan. It was widely used in numerous "local wars", including Afghan campaigns. DShKM was one of the most sucessful designs of its time. 12.7mm (.50) AP bullets fired from this HMG, could pierce 15mm armor plate at 500m. DShK is a belt-fed, air-cooled, gas operated weapon that fires only in full-auto. Gas system has the 3 positions gas regulator. Bolt is locked in the receiver via two horisontally pivoted locking flaps, attached to the bolt.   

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