15 thousand shots guaranteed only in National Infantry Rifles

KaleKalıp delivered the KCR556 Infantry Rifle to the Gendarmerie General Command and Land Forces Command as “Turkey’s first and only infantry rifle that can guarantee a barrel life of 15,000 rounds”.

Infantry rifles produced by KaleKalıp were offered to the Gendarmerie General Command and Land Forces Command.

According to the statement made by the company, the completely domestic KaleKalıp product KCR556 Infantry Rifle was designed in a modular structure and suitable for use with both hands.

The infantry rifle, which works with its structure that reduces coal accumulation and heat transfer without the need for maintenance until about 10 thousand shots, is 2 kilos 630 grams, excluding the magazine. The rifles were delivered to the Gendarmerie General Command and the Land Forces Command. The KCR556 will be delivered to other users as “Turkey’s first and only rifle that can guarantee a barrel life of 15,000 shots”.

KaleKalıp General Manager Selim Erol, whose views are included in the statement, said, “As President of the Presidency Defense Industry Prof. Dr. İsmail Demir explained, the use of KCR infantry rifles has started. We are proud to contribute to the development of our country’s defense industry sector with domestic and national production. I believe that the KCR556 Infantry Rifle, which is a 100% domestic product designed with the efforts of our country’s engineers in its production processes, will benefit our security forces in terms of technology, ease of use and high reliability.” used the phrase.

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