Horhe

The Horhe (Russian: Хорхе) is a family of Russian non-lethal pistols which are produced since 2006 by joint-stock company "Klimovsk Specialized Ammunition Plant".

Horhe
Class Manportable
Type Handguns
Manufacturer Klimovsk Specialized Ammunition Plant
Origin Russia (USSR)
Country Name Origin Year
Russia (USSR) 2006
Country Name Operational Year Retirement Year
Kazakhstan View
Russia (USSR) View
ManufacturerName Production From Production To Quantity
Klimovsk Specialized Ammunition Plant 2006 View

The main parts of the gun are made from steel and hardened in a vacuum. Some guns are manufactured wholly or partially from stainless steel. The barrel is made from stainless steel.

The pistol is equipped with a self-cocking trigger hammer type double-acting SA/DA. The design provides slide catch holding the bolt after firing the last bullet in the rearward position. Blowback action (no barrel grip with a bolt, locking the barrel reached the mass closure and force the return spring).

Type non-lethal pistol
Place of origin  Russia
Service history
Used by  Russia
 Kazakhstan
Production history
Manufacturer KSAP
Produced since 2006
Specifications
Weight 0.83 kg (without cartridges)
Length 180 mm (7.1 in)
Width 32
Height 131
Cartridge 9 mm P.A.
Caliber 9.0 mm
Action double-action SA/DA Blowback
Rate of fire 40
Muzzle velocity 300 m/s (980 ft/s)
Effective firing range 5–7 m (16–23 ft)
Feed system 10/14-round detachable box magazine
Sights open fixed

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