Russia’s New Service Pistol

July 6 2012
by GSL Staff
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Here’s a look at Russia’s new service pistol.

Hopefully it functions better than it looks.

It rhymes with Glock, but it seems that’s where the similarity ends. Russia’s Yarygin (PYa) pistol, otherwise known as the Grach, entered full service with the Russian armed forces earlier this year. It was actually adopted for the Russian army back in 2003, but it has only been in the last six months or so that a good number of Russian military units now possess it. –

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