|PRICE:||R 18,700.00 Incl. VAT|
|MODEL||Stribog SR9 A2|
|ACTION||Semi-automatic - Direct Blowback|
|CONDITION||New in box|
FIREARM HISTORY AND FEATURES:
The Grand Power Stribog SR9 is a relatively new semi-automatic carbine chambered in 9mmP developed by Slovakian company Grand Power S.R.O.
First introduced in 2015, the Stribog is actually a family of weapons that include several semi-automatic versions for civilian use (with various barrel lengths and with or without a shoulder stock), and several select-fire submachine guns for governmental (police or military) use.
The Stribog uses a direct blowback action and fires from a closed bolt.
The trigger is based on the AR-15 design and several trigger parts are actually compatible with aftermarket AR-15 trigger parts.
The upper receiver is made from aluminum alloy while the lower receiver is made from polymer (in A2 versions), and features fully ambidextrous safety levers and magazine release buttons.
It has a 25.4cm stainless steel barrel that is threaded and includes a muzzle break.
The charging handle, connected to the reciprocating bolt, can be installed on either side of the gun, according to the preferences of the shooter.
The Stribog is fed using proprietary detachable box magazines, made from translucent plastic and holding 20 or 30 rounds.
It is provided with integrated Picatinny / MILSTD rail at the top of the receiver, with built-in folding back-up iron sights.
The forend features KeyMod slots for the installation of optional accessories.
This gun is in new, unused condition.
It comes in its own, hard plastic carry case.
Includes 1 x 20 round magazine and 1 x 30 round magazine.
This firearm is suitable for armed security work, particularly vehicle work due to its high ammunition capacity, compact size and folding stock.
This firearm is suitable for use in the following sports:
- IDPA – PCC division
- SADPA DMG – SP22R and EP22R divisions
- IPSC – PCC division
- 3GN – PCC division
This firearm is also suitable for home self-defense, provided that one is able to obtain a license to possess a restricted firearm for self-defense (Section 14) which is not very easy nor common.