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Postby Nestorian Tibet » Sat Jul 11, 2020 9:45 pm

EVEREST ARMS: CATALOGUE
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Everest Arms has been keeping the people of the Himalayas and the Tibetan Plateau well-armed for over a hundred years, starting with the Gyalwa and Sons Trading Company in Saga, Tibet. Now the company is able to sell to buyers across the world with our back-catalog of small arms and tactical gear.


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Postby Nestorian Tibet » Sat Jul 11, 2020 11:08 pm

SMALL ARMS


[]SK-12 Assault Rifle
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-Manufacturer: Shigatse Group
-Type: Bullpup Assault Rifle, Main Battlefield Rifle
-Weight: 2.8kg (6.2 Ib) Unloaded
-Length: 762mm (30 in)
-Barrel Length: 415mm (16.3 in)
-Caliber: 5.56x45mm NATO Cartridge
-Action: Gas-Operated, Rotating Bolt
-Rate of Fire: 700 RPM
-Muzzle Velocity: 950 m/s (3116.8 f/s)
-Effective Firing Range: 900m (984 yd)
-Maximum Firing Range: 4000m (4374 yd)
-Feed System: 30-Round Magazine
-Price: 1,200 NSD

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The SK-12 is the main battlefield rifle of the Tibetan Armed Forces. The SK-12 was designed between 2001-2009 as part of Shigatse Group's program to replace the venerable SK-9 Assault Rifle, which was itself part of Tibet's own Advanced Combat Rifle Program. It entered service in 2014 as a special forces assault rifle before replacing the SK-9 in 2015.

The SK-12 is constructed from a nickel-based alloy to prevent the weapon from freezing in low altitudes and freezing temperatures. using lessons learned from the SK-9, Shigatse Group chose this alloy due to its resistance to thermal expansion and contraction. This feature has proven vital in several rescue operations and counter-terror operations within the Himalayas.


[]SK-9 Assault Rifle
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Data
-Manufacturer: Shigatse Group
-Type: Assault Rifle
-Weight: 2.8kg ( 6.2 Ib) Unloaded
-Length: 414.02mm (29.5 in)
-Barrel Length: 378.46mm(14.9 in)
-Caliber: 5.56x45mm NATO Cartridge
-Action: Gas-Operated, Rotating Bolt
-Rate of Fire: 850 RPM
-Muzzle Velocity: 900 m/s ( 2952.76 f/s)
-Effective Firing Range: 800m (874.9 yd)
-Maximum Firing Range: 3500m (3827.6 yd)
-Feed System: 20-Round Magazine
-Price: 1,150 NSD

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The SK-9 Assault Rifle was the previous main battlefield rifle of the Tibetan Armed Forces. It was originally designed between 1980-1995 in Tibet's own Advanced Combat Rifle Program, which was part of a larger series of modernization projects to contain the growing power of the PRC. It officially entered service in 1998 and served faithfully until 2015, when it was officially replaced by the SK-12 Assault Rifle.

The SK-9 is designed from an earlier steel-nickel alloy which was resistant to thermal expansion, but proved unable to handle the coldest temperatures in Tibet for very long, resulting in the freezing of gun lubricant, causing the rifle to be inoperable. Despite this weakness in the harsher regions of the Himalayas, however, it remains as reliable as the day it first entered service. In spite of not being actively constructed by Shigatse Group, many SK-9s remain in military surplus stores or else can be commissioned by licensed gunsmiths.


[]Norbu-5 Magnum
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Data
-Manufacturer: Shigatse Group
-Type: Pistol, Sidearm
-Weight: 1.769kg (3.9 Ib) Unloaded
-Length: 269.2mm (10.6 in)
-Barrel Length: 152.4mm (6 in)
-Caliber: 10.9×33mm/.44 Magnum
-Action: Gas-Operated, Rotating Bolt
-Muzzle Velocity: 800 m/s (2624.7 f/s)
- Effective Firing Range: 100m (109.4yd)
- Maximum Firing Range: 1800m (1968.5yd)
-Feed System: 8-10 Round Magazine
-Price: 800 NSD

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The Norbu-5 Magnum is the most popular sidearm among officers in the Tibetan Military. Designed between 2009-2016, the Norbu-5 was initially made for civilian use but quickly gained popularity with the military. It unofficially entered service in 2017, then officially in 2019.

The Norbu-5 is constructed from the same nickel-based alloy as the SK-12, making it a viable sidearm for the harsh bitter of the Himalayas. This feature has made this pistol the deciding factor in many border skirmishes with Islamic terrorists and drug runners. Hunters in the Kham, Ü-Tsang, and Western Tsang regions also attest to the reliability of the Norbu-5, which has saved many lives from bears and wild yaks.


[]UCS-4 Combat Shotgun
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Data
-Manufacturer: Shigatse Group
-Type: Shotgun
-Weight: 2.8kg (6.2 Ib) Unloaded
-Length: 768mm (30.23 in)
-Barrel Length: 415mm (16.3 in)
-Caliber: 12-Gauge
-Action: Gas-Operated, Rotating Bolt
-Muzzle Velocity: 900 m/s (2952.8 f/s)
-Effective Firing Range: 100m (109.4 yd)
-Maximum Firing Range: 200m (218.7 yd)
-Feed System: 10-Round Magazine or 50-Round Drum Magazine
-Price: 1,200 NSD

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The UCS-4 Combat Shotgun was developed between 1989 and 1995 as part of the Army Reorganization Initiative. The decision to design a bullpup shotgun was certainly bizarre, but the results speak for themselves. The UCS-4 was quickly adopted by every branch of the military and then put to work in the many border clashes with Chinese soldiers, smugglers, bandits, and terrorists.

The UCS-4 has gone through changes in overall construction, but otherwise has remained the same from 1998 to now. Outside of the military, hunters and farmers also use this shotgun to hunt and/or fend of the more dangerous wild animals of Tibet.


[]SMP-20 Submachine Gun
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Data
-Manufacturer: Shigatse Group
-Type: Submachine Gun, Personal Defense Weapon
-Weight: 2.8kg (6.2 Ib) Unloaded
-Length: 638 mm (25.1 in)
-Barrel Length: 180 mm (7.1 in)
-Caliber: 4.6x30mm
-Action: Gas-Operated, Rotating Bolt
-Rate of Fire: 950 RPM
-Muzzle Velocity: 850 m/s (2788.7 f/s)
-Effective Firing Range: 450m (492.1 yd)
-Maximum Firing Range: 1000m (1093.6yd)
-Feed System: 20-45 Round Magazine
-Price: 900 NSD

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The SMP-20 was designed as a cheap, yet modular and devastatingly-effective personal defense weapon. Designed between 1994-1999, this submachine gun quickly showed greater results than the other models it was tested against, and was broought into military service in 2004.

The SMP-20 is constructed from a steel and nickel alloy. The newer SMP-20 A2 uses the same alloy that the SK-12 is constructed from. Soldiers in the Tibetan Army have attested to the SMP-20's for over 16 years, and private citizens in the Himalayas have used this to fend off bandits and invaders for over a decade.


[]HMR-10 Sniper Rifle
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Data
-Manufacturer: Baljin and Gyatso Company (Defunct), Private Gunsmiths
-Type: Sniper Rifle, Marksman's Rifle
-Weight: 10kg (23 Ib) Unloaded
-Length: 1193.8 mm (47 in)
-Barrel Length: 736.6 mm (29 in)
-Caliber: 7.62x51mm
-Action: Gas-Operated, Rotating Bolt
-Muzzle Velocity: 950 m/s (3116.8 f/s)
-Effective Firing Range: 900m (984yd)
-Maximum Firing Range: 4200m (4593.2yd)
-Feed System: 24-Round Magazine
-Price: 1,400 NSD

Info
The HMR-10 Sniper Rifle previously served in he Tibetan Military between 1971-2001, going through only minor changes in the materials used in its construction. When the Baljin and Gyatso Company filed for bankruptcy in 1996, however, they were bought by the Shigatse Group, and official production on this legendary rifle ceased on August 20th, 2000. New units are still produced by private gunsmiths, however, and many of these private variants have been circulating throughout the Tibetan countryside.

HMR-10 units may vary wildly in the materials used in its construction due to the number of official and unofficial models in circulation. However, hunters, retired soldiers, and shepherds all agree that regardless of make, this venerable rifle has stood the test of time and become a must-have among the arsenals of private citizens.

[]HMR-16 Sniper Rifle
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Data
-Manufacturer: Shigatse Group
-Type: Sniper Rifle, Marksman's Rifle
-Weight: 9kg (19.8 Ib) Unloaded
-Length: 1193.8 mm (47 in)
-Barrel Length: 850.9 mm (33.5 in)
-Caliber: .50 BMG/12.7x99 NATO
-Action: Gas-Operated, Rotating Bolt
-Muzzle Velocity: 1200 m/s (3937 f/s)
-Effective Firing Range: 2000m (2187.2yd)
-Maximum Firing Range: 6200m (6780.4yd)
-Feed System: 6-10 ROund Magazine
-Price: 1,850 NSD

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The HMR-16 Sniper Rifle is the successor to the legendary HMR-10, designed by the original production team of the latter. It was designed and tested between 2002 and 2012 until their design was fine-tuned into the perfect Himalayan Sniper Rifle. It was formally adopted into military service in 2014, and since then has become a mainstay of every branch of Tibet's armed forces.

The HMR-16 is so effective due to its absurd effective firing range of 2000 meters, meaning that a sniper could hypothetically fight a whole battle from a mile away. Tibetan Snipers have become the terror of the Himalayas because of the rifle, and few militants now risk the wide-open pathways through the mountains for fear that they will not see the other side of mountain range.
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