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VoereVEC91
Voere VEC-91
Country of origin

Austria

Manufacturer(s)

Voere

Production began

1991

Weapon type

Rifle

Caliber

5.56mm UCC
5.7×26mm UCC
6×27mm UCC

Action

Bolt-action, electronically-fired

Overall length

1000mm

Barrel length

520mm

Weight

3.2 kg

Magazine/Cylinder capacity

4- or 5-round detachable box magazine, depending on caliber

Cyclic rate

Single shot

Muzzle velocity

930 m/s

The Voere VEC-91, made by Voere, is the first commercial sporting rifle to combine caseless ammunition and electronic firing. Depending upon its chambering, it fires a 5.56mm, 5.7mm, or 6mm projectile at muzzle velocities of up to 930 meters per second. When chambered for 5.7mm it has a 5-round magazine, and it has a 4-round magazine when chambered in 6mm. Two 15- or 17.5-volt batteries, located in the pistol grip, allow it to fire approximately 5,000 rounds without replacing the batteries.

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