Izhmash Los

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Los-4 hunting rifle - 7.62х51mm

Los (Moose) is Soviet/Russian hunting rifle designed by A. Shesterikov and M. Blume and produced by Izhmash from 1965. Main modifications are:

  • Los-1 in 9x53mm (produced in 1965-1976)
  • Los-4 in 7.62x51mm (produced in 1977-1991)
  • Los-7 in .308 (produced from 1991)
  • Los-9 in 9.3x64mm (Los-9-1), .30-06 (Los-9-2) and 7x65mm (Los-9-3) (produced from 1990s)

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Specifications

(1965-present)

  • Type: Bolt-action rifle
  • Caliber(s): 7.62x51mm (Los-4) / .308 (Los-7) / 9.3x64mm (Los-9-1)
  • Weight: 7.27 lb (3.3 kg) (Los-4) / 7.05 lb (3.2 kg) (Los-7) / 8.38 lb (3.8 kg) (Los-9-1)
  • Length: 42.5 in (1,080 mm) (Los-4) / 40.9 in (1,040 mm) (Los-7) / 42.5 in (1,080 mm) (Los-9-1)
  • Barrel length: 21.6 in (550 mm) (all models)
  • Capacity: 5

Film

Title Actor Character Note Date
Search and Neutralize (Nayti i obezvredit) Boris Nevzorov Fedor Los-4 with sniper scope 1982
The Lynx Follows the Path (Rys vykhodit na tropu) Dmitriy Orlovskiy Forester Mikhalych 1983
The Lynx Follows the Path (Rys vykhodit na tropu) Filimon Sergeev Militiaman Fedya Gavrilov 1983
The Lynx Follows the Path (Rys vykhodit na tropu) Sergei Yurtajkin Poacher Lyokha 1983
The Lynx Follows the Path (Rys vykhodit na tropu) Yevgeni Moskalyov Poacher 1983
The Lynx Follows the Path (Rys vykhodit na tropu) Igor Churikov Poacher 1983
The Lynx Follows the Path (Rys vykhodit na tropu) Igor Kashintsev Poacher 1983
The Lynx Returns (Rys vozvrashchayetsya) Dmitriy Orlovskiy Forester Mikhalych 1986
The Lynx Returns (Rys vozvrashchayetsya) Gennadi Korolkov Gvozd 1986
The Lynx Returns (Rys vozvrashchayetsya) Aleksandr Mikhajlov Forester Yuriy Ivanovich Drozdov 1986
The Lynx Returns (Rys vozvrashchayetsya) Elena Melnikova Nadya 1986
The Lynx Returns (Rys vozvrashchayetsya) Aleksei Pankin Poacher 1986
The Lynx Returns (Rys vozvrashchayetsya) Vadim Zakharchenko Poacher 1986
The Lynx Returns (Rys vozvrashchayetsya) Sergei Yurtajkin Poacher Lyokha 1986
All That Is Tender (Tot, kto nezhnee) Aristarkh Livanov Beighali Los 9-1 with sniper scope 1996
All That Is Tender (Tot, kto nezhnee) Nikolay Stotskiy Gosha Los 9-1 with sniper scope 1996
All That Is Tender (Tot, kto nezhnee) Mercenary Los 9-1 with sniper scope 1996


Izhmash AVL

Izhmash AVL target rifle - 7.62x54mmR "Extra"

AVL (AV stands for "Armeyskaya Vintovka" ("Army-style rifle" as opposite to small caliber target rifles), L stands for "Los") is a target rifle, based on Los and chambered for 7.62x54mmR "Extra". It was manufactured in 1972-1978 and used on shooting contests, including Olympic Games, until the rules changed and rifles were limited to small caliber only. Some AVLs are still used as hunting rifles though they are quit rare.

Specifications

(1972-1978)

  • Type: Bolt-action rifle
  • Caliber(s): 7.62x54mmR "Extra"
  • Weight: 11 lb (5 kg)
  • Length: 48.8 in (1,240 mm)
  • Capacity: 5

Film

Title Actor Character Note Date
Sniper Armen Dzhigarkhanyan Augusto Savanto With sniper scope 1992
Sniper Nikolai Yeryomenko, Jr. Jay Benson With sniper scope 1992
Sniper Aleksandr Strizhenov Timoteo With sniper scope 1992

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