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ORSIS Armory Manufacture

Posted on February 22, 2012 by

Let us show you how they manufacture ORSIS rifles.

–          It takes them three days to make one T-5000;

–          They may produce up to 5,000 rifles a year;

–          They test rifles in different power structures;

–          They do not have a government order to produce rifles yet but they hope to receive it in future;

–          The T-5000 is made of Russian-made materials (except for its barrel steel which is made in the USA);

–          They plan to start manufacturing Dragunov-sniper-rifle-type semiautomatic rifles next year;

–          They plan to start producing bullets .308 and .338.

–          They may start producing handguns.

This is a drilling tool that drills barrels.

A barrel in section.

This machine turns rifle stocks.

Ornamenting a rifle stock.

Here they make strikers.


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18 Responses to “ORSIS Armory Manufacture”

  1. YJ says:

    Welcome to the WTO. Hope to see these rifles in my nearest gun store soon.

  2. Testicules says:

    I wonder who in America makes their barrels

    • Arsenic says:

      They don’t buy barrels, they buy the steel for the barrels in America.The barrels, they chamber and drill themselves.

  3. George Johnson says:

    I’d like to have a couple!

  4. karadakid says:

    “takes three days to produce one, and they may produce up to 5000 a year”? Might want to check your math on that one.

  5. OldBikr says:

    I want to get a replica of a Remington Low-Wall single shot carbine in 7.62*25. I would use it for target shooting and for hunting wild turkey.

    The design is so old that I am pretty sure any company wishing to manufacture it would not have to pay royalties. A Russian company could probably make it cheaply using re-purposed military surplus barrels.

    • OldBikr says:

      Maybe a replica of a Remington Rolling Block Rifle chambered for 7.62*54r would be very nice too. Just use old good selected mil-surplus Mosin/Nagant barrels.

      This would be a good simple hunting rifle.

      The simple fact that it is a single shot weapon would help get it into the US and maybe other nations too.

  6. Ben says:

    I would love to have one!

  7. Osip says:

    Why are they hiding the faces?

  8. Y5K says:

    I don’t know there’re so many manual labors in a rifle making process. It’s more like a handcraft than a manufactured product.

  9. fatjake says:

    It takes 3 days for one rifle to proceed down the assembly line to completion, more than one rifle is in production at a time. Math is fine, but the description was lacking information.

  10. robin yates says:

    a very pro looking setup.Russia has been making excellent weapons for many years

  11. Eric says:

    “This is a drilling tool that drills barrels.”
    -This is called a Lathe.

    “This machine turns rifle stocks.”
    -This is a Milling Center, or a CNC Milling.
    You turn parts on a Lathe, you Mill a part on a Milling or a Milling Center.

    Machines controlled by computer are called CNC machines (Computerized Numerical Control).

    Same machines without CNC are called Conventionnal or traditional machines.

    I’m a machinist btw.

    Even in a modern plant, there is still a lot of fine craftmanship involved, especially when they “ornate” a stock. The number of people with that level skill is verry low.

    This is the kind of article that makes me tickle, Always interesting to see how they make things.

    Good work, mate.

  12. Mummeli says:

    Ok, so if the first pic is the finished rifle, what are the wooden stocks for?

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