Another of episode of experimental weapons from Kalashnikov Media features the TKB-0111 rifle designed by German Korobov... "Experimental: TKB-0111 by German Korobov. The experimental assault rifle for the project Abakan. Chambered for 5.45x39 mm. 30 round AK magazine. Gas oprated. Semi-automatic and Automatic firing mode. Effective Muzzle Break. Semi-hooded front sight. Not adopted by the military."
Next up on Kalashikov Media's unusual and experimental weapons series, they feature the APS rifle that is used by Russian Navy frogmen... "Developed under the guidance of Vladimir Simonov in 1970-1975. Chambered for special 5.66 mm ROUND. Box magazine capacity 26 rounds. Open nonadjustable sight. Semi-automatic and automatic firing modes. The rifle's life expectancy is 2000 shots underwater|180 on the surface. Used by combat divers and special units in the Russian Navy."
Kalashnikov Media feature the PPSh-41 SMG which saw action in World War II and the Korean War and it has an airsoft version available in the market... "The PPSh is a magazine-fed selective fire submachine gun using an open bolt, blowback action. Made largely of stamped steel, it can be loaded with either a box or drum magazine and fires the 7.62×25mm Tokarev pistol round.
Kalashnikov Media shows how the AK-203 which is the new service rifle of the Indian Army is tested for reliability... "Reliability is the main quality of AK rifles. It makes this weapon so beloved and respected all over the world. But how is the reliability of the manufactured products checked? Kalashnikov Media presents an exclusive video from the test and control station, which shows all the steps of the AK test: low temperature, dust and sand, rain and dirt."
Kalashnikov Media shows the different ways to handle a rifle and shoot it without recoil in the 6th episode of their Gun Myths series... "How to keep a gun when firing? This question is actively discussed by shooters all over the world probably since the appearance of firearms. Books are being written on this topic, training videos are being shot, courses are being held. Kalashnikov Media decided to try several different ways and find out which of them is more effective."