MP-444 Bagira

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'''The MP-444 "Baghira" pistol appears in the following video games used by the following actors:'''
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[[Image:Mp444.jpg|thumb|right|400px|MP-444 Bagira with magazine removed - 9x19mm]]
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'''MP-444 Bagira''' (MP - Mechanical Plant, "Bagira" - Bagheera, the black panther in Rudyard Kipling's ''The Jungle Book'') is an experimental Russian pistol, designed on Izhmekh in early 1990s as a planned replacement for [[Makarov PM]]. MP-444 was one of the first Russian designs with plastic body. The pistol was tested in 1995, but it wasn't issued to any military or law enforcement agencies. Since any data about its production and use, misplaced or deliberately is not available in public access, this suggests that it was discontinued in favor of more promising projects, such as [[Yarygin PYa]].
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==Specifications==
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''(1995 - ????)''
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'''Type:''' Handgun
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'''Caliber:''' 9x19mm, 9x18mm Makarov, .380 ACP
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'''Capacity:''' 10 or 15 rounds
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'''Fire Modes:''' Semi-automatic
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'''Weight:''' 760 g (unloaded)
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'''Length:''' 186 mm
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'''Barrel length:''' 104 mm
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'''The MP-444 "Bagira" pistol appears in the following video games used by the following actors:'''
  
 
=== Video Games ===
 
=== Video Games ===
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| [[Battlefield 2]] || With and without silencer || || 2005
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| [[Battlefield 2]] ||"MR-444"||With and without silencer || 2005
 
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| [[Battlefield 2: Modern Combat]] || With and without silencer || || 2005
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| [[Terrorist Takedown 2: US Navy Seals]] || MP-444 Bagira || multiplayer-only weapon || 2008
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| [[Project Reality]] ||  ||  || 2005
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==See Also==
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* [[Izhevsk Mechanical Plant]] - A list of all firearms manufactured by Izhmekh.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 11:45, 1 June 2019

MP-444 Bagira with magazine removed - 9x19mm

MP-444 Bagira (MP - Mechanical Plant, "Bagira" - Bagheera, the black panther in Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book) is an experimental Russian pistol, designed on Izhmekh in early 1990s as a planned replacement for Makarov PM. MP-444 was one of the first Russian designs with plastic body. The pistol was tested in 1995, but it wasn't issued to any military or law enforcement agencies. Since any data about its production and use, misplaced or deliberately is not available in public access, this suggests that it was discontinued in favor of more promising projects, such as Yarygin PYa.

[edit] Specifications

(1995 - ????)

Type: Handgun

Caliber: 9x19mm, 9x18mm Makarov, .380 ACP

Capacity: 10 or 15 rounds

Fire Modes: Semi-automatic

Weight: 760 g (unloaded)

Length: 186 mm

Barrel length: 104 mm


The MP-444 "Bagira" pistol appears in the following video games used by the following actors:

[edit] Video Games

Game Title Appears as Notes Release Date
Battlefield 2 "MR-444" With and without silencer 2005
Terrorist Takedown 2: US Navy Seals MP-444 Bagira multiplayer-only weapon 2008


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