EMER K is a designation for two completely unrelated assault rifles currently in use in Burma as the EMER K-1 and EMER K-3. The EMER K-1 is a 5.56×45 mm NATO bullpup rifle. The EMER K-3 is a licensed copy of the IMI Galil.

Class Manportable
Type Rifles
Manufacturer Myanmar Fritz Werner Industries, ltd.
Origin Burma
Country Name Origin Year
Burma 1990
ManufacturerName Production From Production To Quantity
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EMER K-1 is manufactured by EMEC and Myanmar Heavy Industries (MHI). Little is known about the design except the bull-pup layout.

Type Bullpup Assault rifle
Light machine gun
Place of origin  Burma
Production history
Designer EMEC (Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Corps)
Manufacturer Myanmar Fritz Werner Industries, ltd., Myanmar Heavy Industries
Variants MA-1 assault rifle, MA-2 automatic rifle, MA-3 carbine, MA-4 grenadier weapon
Weight 4.5 kg (EMER K-1 Rifle)
5 kg (EMER K-1 LMG)
Cartridge 5.56×45 mm NATO
Caliber 5.56 mm
Action Gas-operated, rotating bolt
Rate of fire 650 rpm
Effective firing range 400 m
Feed system 30-round detachable STANAG magazine, 100-round detachable drum magazine.
Sights Iron sights

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