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Izhevsk MR-412 REX (Revolver for EXport)

Six-Shot Revolver

Izhevsk MR-412 REX (Revolver for EXport)

Six-Shot Revolver

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The Izhevsk MR-412 REX is an all-modern six-shot revolver originating from Russia.
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ORIGIN: Russia
YEAR: 1993
MANUFACTURER(S): Izhevsk Mechanical Plant - Russia
OPERATORS: Russia
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SPECIFICATIONS



Common measurements, and their respective conversions, are shown when possible. * Calibers listed may be model/chambering dependent.
ACTION: Single-Action / Double-Action (SA / DA); Revolving Cylinder
CALIBER(S)*: .357 Magnum; .38 Special
SIGHTS: Iron Front and Rear.
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Series Model Variants
• MR-412 REX - Base Series Name
• MR-412 PEKC - Alternative designation


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Detailing the development and operational history of the Izhevsk MR-412 REX (Revolver for EXport) Six-Shot Revolver.  Entry last updated on 7/3/2018. Authored by Staff Writer. Content ©www.MilitaryFactory.com.
The MR-412 REX ("Revolver for EXport") (also "MP-412 PEKC") was a short-lived six-shot revolver emerging from Russia in the early 1990s by way of the Izhevsk Mechanical Plant. The sidearm was developed with the export market in mind and not any one standing Russian military / police requirement. At its core, it became a conventional revolver with the usual traits afforded such weapons and a relatively new addition to the world of pistols. However, the MR-412 REX never entered serial production due to restrictive gun import laws in the United States - the largest potential civilian market for export firearms.

The design saw a large polymer grip used that featured an integrated trigger loop ring encompassing the small, curved trigger. The hammer was only slightly exposed at the rear of the frame. Iron sights were positioned at their usual places over the frame (forward and aft). The barrel was encased in a slab-sided assembly at the front of the gun and the lower section of the frame was completed of polymers while the rest of the weapon remained high grade steel.

One of the unique features of this gun was its "break-open" frame (reminiscent of 19th Century pistols) in which the forward end of the gun could be pulled down by the operator, along a centralized hinge, to expose the cylinder for reloading. This was a deviation from the norm where modern revolvers typically featured "swing-out" cylinders for the same action. The gun was available in both .357 Magnum and .38 Special chamberings and operated from a Single-Action / Double-Action (SA/DA) trigger system. A 4" and 6" barrel were also offered. An automatic ejector was part of the MR-412's makeup.






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