5.56 and 7.62x39 mm “Arsenal” Self Loading Hunting Rifles 

Individual weapons designed for hunting and competition shooting.

The SLR belongs to the firearms which action is based on the principle of conveying a part of the powder gasses through a special port in the wall of a stationary barrel and their influence onto the piston. The barrel bore is closing by turning the bolt and engaging the firing stops in the receiver housing.

The feeding of cartridges into the rifle is carried out from an arched plastic staggered magazine (SLR-100,SLR-95, SLR-96 and SLR-97 Lux) or from special 5 round  magazine (SLR-101).

The trigger mechanism has a striking hammer that is activated by the firing spring.

All the working parts of the rifle are made of solid steel.

Explanation:
SLR-95, SLR-95MB,SLR-95H,SLR-95HMB,SLR-95L,SLR-95HL,SLR-95HMBL-the butt, the upper handguard and the lower handguard are made from high quality and resistance fiber glass reinforced polycaproamide


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SLR-96,SLR-96MB,SLR-96H,SLR-96HMB,SLR-95L,SLR-95HL,SLR-95HMBL
-the butt, the upper handguard and the lower handguard are made from wood

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L-long barrel(length-508 mm), normal barrel length-415 mm

H-availabillity of sight carrying rail MB-availability of muzzle brake (click photo to enlarge it)

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SLR-97 LUX
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SLR-101

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SLR-100

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SLR-100L

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