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DP64
DP-64 Nepryadva
Country of origin

Soviet Union

Manufacturer(s)

ZiD

Designer(s)

Viktor Rebrikov

Year(s) designed

1989

Production began

1990

Weapon type

Grenade launcher

Caliber

45mm

Action

Break-action, breech-loaded

Overall length

32 inches (81.3 centimeters)

Weight

22 pounds (10 kilograms)

Width

10.8 inches (27.4 inches)

Magazine/Cylinder capacity

2 rounds

Maximum effective range

400 meters (1312.3 feet)


The DP-64 Nepryadva (Непрядва in Russian) is a Soviet grenade launcher.

HistoryEdit

The grenade launcher was designed by Viktor Rebrikov and put into service with the Russian Navy in small numbers in 1990. As of 2015, the DP-64 is in mass production, as the Russian Defense Ministry received an order from Abu Dhabi for a large amount of DP-64s.

Design DetailsEdit

The weapon is designed to protect dockyards with its specialized grenades. It is breech-loaded and loads from the side of the weapon with the use of a side-breaking mechanism. Barrels for the weapon are selected using a lever situated above the pistol grip. The weapon has rubber padding at the rear to help reduce felt recoil for the user. A front grip is added for support when firing indirectly.

AmmunitionEdit

DP64Grenade

2 DP-64 grenades compared to a DP-61 grenade.

The DP-64 uses various types of 45mm grenades, which are the FG-45, a fragmentation grenade with a 14 meter (45.9 feet) blast radius and a 40 meter (131.2 feet) radius underwater, the SG-45, a flare grenade that emits a red light for roughly 50 seconds, and the UG-45 grenade, which is a high-explosive/concussion grenade.

ReferencesEdit

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