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Russian & Former Com-Bloc Firearms Manufacturer

BAIKAL: Federal State Unitary Plant, "IZHEVSKY MEKHANICHESKY ZAVOD" (FSUP “IMZ”);
Not really another Russian arms factory
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Baikal is a foreign trade organization this is similar to North China Industries (NORINCO). This was a governmental organization that was used to market Soviet goods abroad.
Baikal Factory: "IZHEVSKY MEKHANICHESKY ZAVOD" (“IMZ”)
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Similarly, all shotguns, both of the Izhevsk and Tula manufacture, were branded as BAIKAL. The largest supplier of shotguns was the Izhevsk Mechanical Plant.
Weapons

IZHMASH: Open Joint Stock Company
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Izhmash is the successor of the former Ishevsk weapon manufacturer. Izhmash is a goverment, state owned enterprise, but has the right to close its own business contracts and deals without governmental interference.
Izhevsh Arms
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Izhevsk IMEZ stands for Izhevskii Mechanicheskii Zavod or Izhevsk Mechanical Factory located in the city of Izhevsk near the Ural Mountains
Weapons
LEGION Ltd.

TOZ: Joint Stock Company, Tulsky Oruzheiny Zavod
Tula Arms Plant
Civilian Products
Souvenir Products

KBP: State Unitary Enterprise Instrument Design Bureau
Central Design Bureau of Sporting and Hunting Arms (TsKIB SOO)
Sporting and Hunting Arms
Sporting Arms
Hunting Arms

Monom BN: Joint Stock Company, Vyatskie Polyany Machine-Building Plant (VPMZ)
Trade Name: "Molot"
Rifle Production - Military
Civil Weapon and Accesories

Russian & Former Com-Bloc Firearms Importer/Distributor

Russian American Armory Company - Izhmash

TG International - Curio & Relics, TOZ (78,99), Former Legion

RSR Group - Distributor: TG Int, RAA, EAA

Decade Corporation (Decade Firearms) Ltd - Baikal, Izhmash - UK


Russian & Former Com-Bloc Firearms Dealer

SSME DEUTSCHE WAFFEN, INC. - Importer/Dealer - TOZ (78,99,122,120,140,34ER) & Belarus

Larry's Guns Inc. - Importer/Dealer - TOZ-35 (New & Used)

M.T. Guns - Importer/Dealer - Izhmash: Biathlon (7-4,7-3) & CM-2 (Adult,Cadet,USA Shoot)

AIM Surplus - AK, Surplus, Curio&Relic, TOZ 78

Classic Arms Inc. - AK, WASR 22, Surplus, Curio&Relic, TOZ 78

Guns At Cost - On Line Dealer - RAA (Izhmash), TGI (TOZ),

Military Gun Supply - Fort Worth, TX - AK, Surplus, Curio&Relic, TOZ 99, Used: CM-2, MCM

Pete's Discount Firearms - AK, Surplus, Curio&Relic, Izhmash: Biathlon (7-4, & 7-3)

Stanley's Pro Shop! - Sagia, Biathlon (7-4, 7-3, 7-2 KO)

RoCo Firearm Technology, LLC - TOZ-35, IZH-35M, MCM Margolin - Used & New-in-Box

R&R Arms - AK, Surplus, Curio&Relic, Sagia, TOZ 78, Izhmash CM-2


Russian & Former Com-Bloc Firearms Dealer - Outside USA

GUN CITY - New Zealand's Largest Firearms Dealer - NZ

RPG ESTATE FIREARMS - Australia's largest gun web site! - AU

GUNS DOWNUNDER: Garry Forde Licenced Firearms Dealer - AU

Gold Coast Shooters Supplies: The Largest Firearms Display at The Largest Firearms Dealer on the Gold Coast - AU
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Old 10-04-2007, 04:01 PM
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Russian & Former Com-Bloc Optics

Russian & Former Com-Bloc Optics Manufacturer


BelOMA (Belarusian Optical & Mechanical Association):
Optical sights and Accessories ;
BRACKETS (Scope Mounts)

KOMZ (Kazan Optical and Mechanical Plant):
Products Catalog

LEMT: Republican Unitary Enterprise,
CATALOG: Dual-purpose products & Accessories

NPZ (Novosibirsk Instrument-making Plant) Optics State Plant:
Daylight sights for hunters:
Riflescope Mounts

VOMZ: Joint Stock Company Vologda Optical-and-Mechanical Plant;
Catalog of products

ZENIT: Joint Stock Company "S.A. Zverev KRASNOGORSKY ZAVOD"
Production (Then, double-click on Topic)

"Zenit" Optical & Mechanical Republican Enterprise enters the structure of BelOMA (Belarussian Optical and Mechanical Association):
Our products

"ZOMZ": Joint Stock Company (Zagorsk Optical and Mechanical Plant)
Optical Sights

ZOMZ: Open Joint-Stock Company "Zagorsky Optical and Mechanical Plant" - Most Current Web Site:
Sights


Russian & Former Com-Bloc Optics Retailer

Kalinka Optics Warehouse® - USA Representative


MilitaryOptics.com - USA


Zenit Camera Ltd.: - RUS
Daylight RifleScopes;
Rifle Scope Mounts
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RuGift;
NightVisionWholesale
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Old 10-04-2007, 08:47 PM
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Parts, Accessories and Gunsmithing for Russian & Former Com-Bloc Firearms

Parts, Accessories and Gunsmithing for Russian & Former Com-Bloc Firearms

Altius Handcrafted Firearms - Parts, Accessories, Gunsmith
Biathlon work - Izhmash
Custom Stock and Rifle - Izhmash
Larsen Biathlon Dealer
D J Precision - Parts, Accessories, Gunsmith
IZH-35 Products
Custom IZH 35
Larry's Guns Inc. - Parts, Accessories, Gunsmith
TOZ-35 Free Pistol
Fuzzy's Projects . . ! - Biathlon Basic Improvement Projects
Izhmash/Baikal Biathlon Basic Rifle Modifications and Tuning
Tight/Rough On Feeding Rounds From The Magazine
BI 7-2 Trigger Modification & Stage 3 - Trigger Mechanism Adjustments and Modifications
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Ammo Manufacturer: Former Soviet Union & Communist Block

Russian Federation & Former Communist Block Ammunition Manufactures
Source: AK-47.us

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Russian ammunition manufacturers:
Vympel Enterprise = Golden Tiger
The Tula Cartridge Works = Wolf
Klimovsk
Barnaul = Barnaul- RAM- Monarch - Bear
Ulyanovsk =Ulyanovsk - Sapsan - Bear
Novosibirsk LVE Plant Plc
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Until the fall of the Soviet Union all arms and ammo were banned from import to the US by law.
Vympel: Federal State Unitary Enterprise Production Association
FSUE PA "VYMPEL"
Vympel State Production Association
Vympel Industrial Association

The Tula Cartridge Works: Open-End Joint-Stock Company
WOLF: The Tula Cartridge - Select English En
Tula Cartridge Works

Klimovsk
Klimovsk Specialized Ammunition Plant
M-16.US
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The Klimovsk factory stopped producing ammo as the last imported was in 2002.
Barnaul Machine Tool Plant: Joint Stock Company
Barnaul Ammunition Russia
Barnaul
M-16.US
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Barnaul produces ammo under the Barnaul, Monarch, and RAM brands. The RAM stands for Russian Ammunition Manufacturing.
Ulyanovsk Heavy Machine Tool Plant: Joint Stock Company
Ulyanovsk Machine Tool Plant
Ulyanovsk Machine Plant: Federal State Unitary Enterprise
aka: Ulyanovsk Machine-Building Plant
aka: Ulyanovsk Machine Tool Plant
aka: Ulyanovsk Plant Heavy and Unique Plant
M-16.US
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Bear ammo .... Match Silver Bear which has only been made by Ulyanovsk.
Novosibirsk Low-Voltage-Equipment Works: Open Joint Stock Company
Novosibirsk LVE Plant plc
JSC NOVOSIBIRSK CARTRIDGE PLANT
Joint-stock Company “Novosibirsk Cartridge Plant”™

JSC «Novosibirsk cartridge Plant” has stopped the gas ammunition production. 26.01.2009
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Because of the unprofitableness, JSC «Novosibirsk cartridge Plant"
has stopped the gas ammunition production.

Besides, since 2009 DZAO "US LVE" known as the manufacturer of
small-caliber ammunition such as "Sobol", "Surok", "Kosach", "Rubezh"
and "Junior" has stopped the production of the mentioned above ammunition.

JSC "NPZ" being an exclusive representative of 5.6 mm ammunition of DZAO
"US LVE" production inform the partners about the residues sale.
Russian Cartridge Plants Association: Joint Stock Company - Bear Ammunition
Imported by Zanders’ Sporting Goods: Manufacturing facilities selected to make Bear Ammunition
M-16.US
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Currently there is rifle ammo being imported from 4 Russian ammo factories Ulyanovsk, Vympel, Barnaul, and Tula.
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Old 04-04-2008, 02:54 PM
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Russian Ammo Maufacturer: UPDATE

The Russian ammunition manufactures websites are changing - often.
The following weblink contains information about the Russian ammunition manufacters currently exporting to the U.S.
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Tula Cartridge Works produced ammo .... which later became the WOLF brand of ammo.
Tula produces only the Wolf brand of ammo.
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Currently there is rifle ammo being imported from 4 Russian ammo factories Ulyanovsk, Vympel, Barnaul, and Tula.
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Ulyanovsk produces ammo ... under their name and also the Sapsan brand of ammo.
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Barnaul produces ammo under the Barnaul, Monarch, and RAM brands. The RAM stands for Russian Ammunition Manufacturing.
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Vympel only produces Golden Tiger brand ammo.
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The Bear brands of Russian Ammo
Currently there are 3 types of "Bear" rifle ammo imported the Silver Bear, Brown Bear, and Golden Bear. The different colors in the name of the "Bear" ammo denote the type of finish applied to the steel cases.
Silver = zinc plated
Brown = brown lacquer
Golden = brass plated
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Dovetail cut in BB barrel?

Iron Sight Follow-Up
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I was able to take the Biathlon out for a test firing last night.
AzizaVFR,
I for one really appreciate the effort you are puting into this project.
Especially, the follow-up findings and source links.

This thread is destined to become the reference for mounting iron sights on Biathlon Basics.

aom22
Well, I finally upgraded this thread to a Sticky - Good Work AzizaVFR:
Dovetail cut in BB barrel? - Aperture Sights for BI 7-2, Engineering Grade Epoxy
Hello,

I really love my BB to death, but also really love aperture sights.
Have any of you had a dovetail cut into your barrel to install one?
I now have two rifles with no front aperture sights,
and it's either cut a dovetail or use one of these types of adapters.

If I could find a clamp on dovetail that would work better,
but all the ones I have seen are huge blocks.
I bought this adapter for my 10/22, and it looks OK, but Im still not too sure if I like it.
I can get another one that slips over the BB Barrel,
but you still have to loc-tite it on there, and that seems chintzy to me.

What would you recommend for using a front Lyman globe sight on a BB?


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You do not have to get a dovetail cut into the barrel.

Under that weaver rails are the three mounting holes
the factory dovetail uses to mount the 11mm sight rail for the aperture sights.

It is the same spacing used with the 7-3/4, since it is the same receiver.
I have been trying now for months to get RAAC to sell me the one rail they have in stock, by mistake.
I am truly fed up with then not wanting to take my money.
I will make my own.
The receiver is 1.166" in diameter.
Brownells sells a Dovetail scope base you can use to make a base.
They sell the base in 12" lengths.
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BI 7-2 with Aperture Sights

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I really love my BB to death, but also really love aperture sights....
This thread may have some interesting information.

BB and Aperture sights ...
Clamp-on Barrel Band with Base & Rear Sight Base Adapter
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If I could find a clamp on dovetail that would work better ...
I can get another one that slips over the BB Barrel,
but you still have to loc-tite it on there, and that seems chintzy to me.
A permanent solution would be to silver solder the dovetail block in-place.

Brazing / Silver Soldering
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Silver solder requires temperatures of 600 o C up to 800 o C,
or in some cases, even higher.

The two usual heat sources are propane and oxy-acetalene ....
Caution: The heat of the brazing/soldering process
will harm the finish of the rifle barrel.

And, it is reversible.
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AOM, a Pistolsmith I once knew used Accraglass to permanently mount sight bases and sights.
It grips like death but can be broken loose with roughly 300 degrees of heat.
He never had a sight put on with Accraglass fail.
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Engineering Grade Epoxy

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If I could find a clamp on dovetail that would work better,
but all the ones I have seen are huge blocks
... I can get another one that slips over the BB
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... I once knew used Accraglass to permanently mount sight bases and sights.
It grips like death but can be broken loose with roughly 300 degrees of heat.
He never had a sight put on with Accraglass fail.
The BI 7-2,3,4 series use an engineering grade epoxy to secure the barrel to the receiver.
I do not know the source of the adhesive used by Izhmash.

When I first learned of this, I wasn't very confident in the technique.
Apparently, Izhmash has had good expericance with this process.

Perhaps the lack of recoil of a rimfire is the explaination.

NOOk22 for your application: Choose A Glue: Metal-to-Metal

I think Loctite 271 would work well.
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OEM specified as 271

High temperature, high strength for heavy duty applications

Designed for larger fasteners 3/8" to 1" (9.5mm to 25mm)

Locks studs, bushings and large fasteners against vibration loosening

Strengthens slip and light press fits

Removable with heat and hand tools
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Now that I have had some time last night to get this made, I feel better.
I used the rail from Brownells I posted above.
For anyone else wanted to make their own, I have made this template.
The foot long piece from Brownells will make two rails.

Drawing diagram:


Dovetail and factory Weaver rail


Dovetail rail mounted


It took about an hour with all the measuring and drilling to get this completed.
Now I have to figure out the right front and rear sight.
For the front I have chosen the Lipski barrel band in 0.750" diameter from Brownells.
Once I select the sights, I can figure out which front base to get in order to get them lined up with the bore.
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Cost Effective Aperture Sights

I just ordered the rest of the parts for the sight system.
The most cost effective rear sight is the Daisy Avanti sight sold by Pyramyd Air.
I have the same rear sight on my Daisy Powerline 953 and it works quite well on it.
Any sight with the name Anshutz on the side costs almost as much as the rifle.

Clyde from RAAC does not have any complete rear sights for the Biathlon when I spoke to him earlier today.
From talking to him, it sounds like he is getting the runaround from his import contacts.

For the front sight, I was able to mock up the sight arrangement.
One of the scope mounts on my Winchester 52 is a perfect fit for the Lipski barrel mount.
I transferred it over to mount the front Avanti sight for the proof of concept.
Everything looked good mounted.

Back over to Brownells' for the Lipski 0.225" sight base,
and a Lyman 93 Target front sight.
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Arrival and installed parts

Here is what all the parts I have listed looks like assembled.

Complete shot:


Front sight: Lipski barrel band, 0.225" dovetail, and Lyman 93 Match sight:


Rear sight: Daisy Avanti rear aperture, Brownells dovetail base:


If it were not an evening concall, I would have gone and testing this arrangment.
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Biathlon Rifle Triggers

Trigger Illustrations - midwest swiss
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Just thought I might like some of those trigger options installed on my
BB. Be care-full if you work on your trigger.
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BI-7-3 (BI-7-2) & BI-7-4 Trigger Illustrations
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Illustrations of BI-7-3 (BI-7-2) & BI-7-4 Triggers (Excerpted from Service Manual)




BI-7-2KO Trigger Non-Adjustable
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"screw on the bottom of the trigger mechanism"
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... but I recall a screw on the bottom of the trigger mechanism
that apparently holds the safety bar.

Adjusting it didn't affect trigger pull, just made the safety non-functional...
BI-7-4 Trigger Adjustment (Excerpted from Service Manual)
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