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The OTs-14 Groza (Russian: ОЦ-14 "Гроза", lit. '"Thunderstorm"') is a Russian selective fire bullpup assault rifle chambered for the 7.62×39 round and the 9×39mm subsonic round. It was developed in the 1990s at the TsKIB SOO (Central Design and Research Bureau of Sporting and Hunting Arms) in Tula, Russia. The weapon is colloquially known as OC-14 or OTs-14 "Groza" . The OTs-14-4A "Groza-4" has one derivative, the TKB-0239 (ТКБ-0239), also known as OTs-14-1A "Groza-1", chambered for the 7.62×39mm round.
Though the Groza has been produced since late 1992, it is nonetheless a rather rare weapon like the AS Val, only used by special operations personnel or Airborne Pathfinders.
So, I am finding this one interesting:
Stainless steel, .357 Magnum, 8+1 magazine capacity, threaded for a can, and weighing in at 6½ pounds. The point of acquiring one would be to run it suppressed with a 9㎜ silencer that is currently in the battery.
Anyone know what the...