- Dec 16, 2020
Arre na Bhaiya
Any weapon trials happen in four phases
1. The competition; the most exhaustive one where each competitor's gun shoots thousands of rounds in different condition
2. Pre production trials; after a gun a selected the army (or any force) orders some minor tweaks like we want the selector to be slightly longer or the grip should be smaller so all the changes are validated in this
3. Then you have acceptance trials; where each production gun is supposed to fire certain number of rounds in each fire mode...only after which it can be dispatched to units
4. Last is field or deployment trials; after let's say an year or two of deployment in field army gives input about improvement and you get things like Mk-1A or Mk-1 Mod 1
This seems like they're making is as slow as possible
Are been it's been delivered for more than one month now probably 2 I don't remember the date itna kia test kar rahe heI don't know the sequence but once production takes place a batch of 1000-5000 is sent for testing which is randomly tested by officers trained for the role .
They select these rifles randomly and these are fired for days and checked thoroughly and then after approval from all of them they will be inducted.
Afterwards production will begin. This sequence of testing will be done everytime though but next time batch will be larger.
and despite all these "developments" current form of AK-12 is having very mixed reputation among russian armed forces, i was forwarded some posts by a fren from various ruusi teligram groups where first hand users were complaining about it in these terms
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