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KOI-7 (КОИ-7) is a 7-bit character encoding, designed to cover Russian, which uses the Cyrillic alphabet.
In Russian, KOI-7 stands for Kod Obmena Informatsiey, 7 bit (Код Обмена Информацией, 7 бит) which means "Code for Information Exchange, 7 bit".It was first standardized in GOST 13052-67 (with the 2nd revision GOST 13052-74 / ST SEV 356-76) and GOST 27463-87 / ST SEV 356-86.
Shift Out (SO) and Shift In (SI) control characters are used in KOI-7, where SO starts printing Russian letters (KOI-7 N1), and SI starts printing Latin letters again (KOI-7 N0), or for lowercase and uppercase switching. This version is also known as KOI7-switched aka csKOI7switched.On ISO 2022 compatible computer terminals KOI7-switched can be activated by the escape sequence ESC ( @ ESC ) N LS0.KOI-7 was used on machines like the SM EVM (СМ ЭВМ) and DVK (ДВК); KOI-7 N2 was utilized in the machine-language of the Электроника Д3-28 (Elektronika D3-28) as four-digit hexadecimal code, БЭСМ-6 (BESM-6), where it was called ВКД, (internal data code). The encodings were also used on RSX-11, RT-11 and similar systems.
I have 80 rounds of 7N1 Russian sniper ammo in 7.62x54R caliber I bought when I had a couple Mosin Nagants. The head stamp is 97 and it uses a corrosive primer so you need to clean your rifle thoroughly after shooting . It is also steel core so dont use it on steel targets, it will blast holes...
I have three tins of the famous Russian 7N1 "sniper" ammo for sale. Two of the tins are still sealed in the original wooden crate with can opener. If I sell the tins separately of each other I will sell the wooden crate later on its own in another ad. Ammo boxes make great man cave art!