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Ukrainian company showcases new generation of «Matlasha» gun sight system

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Ukrainian Research Center «Obriy» has showcased its new generation of «Matlasha» gun sight system for shooting from closed firing positions at «Arms and Security 2016» exhibition in Kyiv, Ukraine.

The new «Matlasha» gun sight system developed for shooting from closed firing positions and for secretive investigation of buildings and hard-to-reach places that enable to carry our secretive reconnaissance actions and sabotage activity as well as carry out cleaning operation in inhabited localities.

The «Matlasha» gives you video evidence gathering on every gun pull and permits one to see around corners to shoot without exposure of head or complete body.

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This complex is produced in several modifications:

  • A televised sight «MATLASHA 1» with 25 mm lens and 0.0001 Lux sensitivity video camera (shooting at a distance of up to 1 00-150 meters and in buildings)
  • A televised sight «MATLASHA 2» with 35 mm lenses and 0.0001 Lux sensitivity video camera (shooting in conditions of towns and in open spaces areas for up to 250 meters)
  • A televised sight «MATLASHA 3» with 50 mm lenses and 0.0001 Lux sensitivity video camera (shooting at 250-300 meters)
  • A televised sight «MATLASHA 4» with 70 mm lenses and 0.0001 Lux sensitivity video camera (shooting at 300-500 meters)
  • An optic and mechanic device for the sight with the Zoom
  • A telescopic rod with 0.00008 Lux high sensitivity video camera and infrared module with 25 light emitting diodes (940 Mn) 1,7 meters long
  • A telescopic rod with 0.00008 Lux high sensitivity video camera and infrared module with 25 light emitting diodes (940 Mn) 4 meters long

Research Center «Obriy», 2-B Lisova Street, village of Snovyanka, Chernihiv Region +380674600890

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