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Accra Imperiale Dichia Defense Systems is opening it's doors to international traders. These are some of the weapons AIDDS is offering to foreign traders.

 

M-182

 

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Caliber: 7.62mm

Action: Gas operated, rotating bolt

Overall length: 720 mm

Barrel length: 460 mm

Weight: 2,8 kg empty, 3,63 kg with loaded 30 rounds magazine & sling

Magazine capacity: 20 or 30 rounds standard

Rate of fire: 750 - 900 rounds per minute

 

In general, the M-182 represents the mainstream of the present assault rifle developments. It shares all the "modern" features, already tried and proved successful by previous designs, like the bullpup layout, polymer housing, modular design with several different configurations (from very short submachine gun and up to standard assault rifle and a para-sniper accurized rifle with heavy barrel). So far it seen not much real action, and it is hard to judge if it is really a success, and only time will show that.

 

AIDDS Ultimax Mk.100

 

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Caliber 5.56mm

Weigth 4,9 kg w/o magazine, 6,8 kg with loaded 100 rds mag and sling

Length 1024 mm

Length of Barrel 508 mm OR 330 mm ('para' version)

Magazine Sixe feeding drum magazine 100 rounds OR box magazine 30 rounds

Rate of Fire 400-600 rounds per minute

 

The Ultimax is a very lightweight and mobile support weapon. It is a gas operated, rotating bolt locked, full automatic only magazine fed firearm, that fires from open bolt. The gas system has 3 positions gas regulator. The overall action design allows the bolt carrier/bolt group to travel all the way back without being stuck into the rear of the receiver. This feature helps to reduce felt recoil and to improve accuracy.

 

MSG-11

 

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Caliber: 7.62mm NATO (.308 Win)

Operation: Semi-auto, Roller delayed blowback

Barrel: 600 mm

Weight: 6.4 kg

Length: 1165 mm

Feed Mechanism: 5 or 20 round detachable box magazines.

 

The MSG-11 sniper rifle had been introduced by the AIDDS company in 1997 as a "militarized" offspring of their PSG-1 police sniper rifle. It was built to military specifications, and is much lighter and somewhat cheaper than the PSG-1. It shares most essential features of the PSG-1, including overall design, the roller-delayed blowback, semi-automatic only action. The barrel of the MSG-11 is somewhat shorter and lighter, but still is of match grade, and is manufactured using cold hammer forging process. On the original model the barrel is equipped with additional muzzle weight, added to improve barrel harmonics and thus increase shots consistence. The buttstock is of different shape, adjustable for length of pull and for height of the cheekpiece. The trigger unit is made from plastic integral with pistol grip. The trigger with adjustable shoe is set at 1.5 kg (~3 lbs). The forend is fitted with underrail that accepts the detachable folding bipod. There's no open sights on the MSG-11, and it's fitted by standard with 10X telescope sight with range settings from 100 to 1200 meters. The scope is mounted on the MilStd scope rail, that allows for many various scopes and night vision devices to be mounted interchangeably.

 

 

SMG-143 Spectre

 

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Caliber: 9x19mm Luger/Para

Weight: 2,9 kg

Length (stock closed/open): 350 / 580 mm

Barrel lenght: 130 mm

Rate of fire: 850 rounds per minute

Magazine capacity: 30 or 50 rounds

Effective range: 50 meters

 

Spectre is a recoil operated, automatic firearm. It fires from the closed bolt, and is hammer-fired. The trigger group is more similar to handguns, than to SMG - it is Double Action without manual safety, but with decocker. So, Spectre could be carried with loaded chamber and hammer down and then fired immediately simply by pressing the trigger. The receiver of the Spectre is made from stamped steel. The bolt is so designed that it acts as an air pump to push air through barrel shroud and provide aditional cooling for the barrel and action (very useful when firing long bursts). Spectre has top-folding stock and polymer forward handle. It uses high-capacity, four column magazines for increased firepower.

 

PH-3

 

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Type: Double Action Only or Single Action (in Tactical model)

Chambering: 5.7x28mm SS190

Length: 208 mm

Barrel length : 122.5 mm

Weight: ca. 620 g with empty magazine; ca. 760 g loaded

Magazine: 20 rounds

 

The PH-3 is a delayed blowback operated, semi-automatic firearm. It featured polymer frame with underbarrel acessory rail. The gun is available in two versions: PH-3 standard, intended mostly for military users, and PH-3 Tactical, intended mostly for Law Enforcement users who carry handguns as a primary weapons.

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The AIDDS also provides weapons for the police and SWAT teams of Accra Imperiale. These submachine guns were all designed to meet the needs of police forces in tight situations all across the world.

 

SMP5A2

 

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Caliber 9x19mm Parabellum (also .40S&W)

Weight, empty 2.54 kg

Length 680 mm

Barrel length 225 mm

Rate of fire 800 rounds per minute

Magazines 20 and 30 rounds

 

The SMP5A2 is the primary tool of SWAT Team in Accra Imperiale. Their special design allows them to quickly adopt a variety of silencers with simple attachment. A select fire trigger group allows police to quickly change from semi-auto to 3-round burst to full automatic. The SMP5A2 is accurate to about 50 meters and quite reliable.

 

SMP5A3

 

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Caliber 9x19mm Parabellum (also .40S&W)

Weight, empty 2.54 kg

Length 680 mm

Barrel length 225 mm

Rate of fire 800 rounds per minute

Magazines 20 and 30 rounds

 

This variation includes a retractable buttstock and body-frame stamped from cold steel.

 

SMP5SD3

 

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Caliber 9x19mm Parabellum (also .40S&W)

Weight, empty 2.54 kg

Length 680 mm

Barrel length 225 mm

Rate of fire 800 rounds per minute

Magazines 20 and 30 rounds

 

Terrorists Throughout the region fear AIDDS's SMP5SD3. Its integral silencer is so effective that the report of a bullet is miniscule compared to the click of the bolt operating. Accra Police forces use the SMP5SD3 whenever sleath and accuracy are essential.

 

UMP.45

 

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Caliber: .45ACP

Weight: 2.1 - 2.2 kg empty

Lenght (stock closed/open): 450 / 600 mm

Barrel lenght: 200 mm

Rate of fire: 600 - 700 rounds per minute

Magazine capacity: 25, 30, 100 rounds

Effective range: 100 meters

 

The UMP.45 is roughly based on the SMP5 design. The stopping power of it's .45 round comes at the cost off highger reciol and lower rate of fire.

 

F90

 

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Caliber: 5.7x28mm SS190

Weight: 2.54 kg empty; 3 kg loaded with magazine with 50 rounds

Lenght: 500 mm

Barrel lenght: 263 mm

Rate of fire: 900 rounds per minute

Magazine capacity: 50 rounds

Effective range: 200 meters

 

The F90 submachine gun (SMG) was developed in the late 1980s as a defensive weapon for the troops whose primary activities does not include small arms - vehicle and tank crew members, artillery crews etc. Standart pistols and SMGs chambered for pistol rounds were proved ineffective against enemy soldiers, wearing armour (bulletproof) vests, so AIDDS developed a new round with enhanced penetration - the SS190. This round looks like scaled downt 5.56mm NATO round and forces the pointed, steel core bullet to the 600-700 meters per second at the muzzle, thus being capable to defeat standart CRISAT helmets and armour vests at reasonable distances (50-100 meters).

 

The F90 is a blowback operated, selective fire weapon. It is fed from 50-rounds box magazines, made from transluscent polymer. The magazine is being located above the barrel, with the cartridges being aligned at 90 degrees to the barrel axis. Each magazine has built-in ramp that rotates cartridge to align it with the barrel prior to chambering it.

 

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