This article relies excessively on references to primary sources. (January 2022)
The PDShP (Georgian: პდშპ) is a series of bullpup anti-materiel rifles developed by the Georgian Military Scientific-Technical Center STC Delta. The weapons are based on a bullpup design and there are different versions, Amr mod-1 and Amr mod-2. Development of the current series was completed in 2013.
|AMR -mod-1 (PDShP)|
|Type||Bullpup Anti-materiel rifle|
|Place of origin||Republic of Georgia|
|Manufacturer||Scientific Technical Center Delta|
|Mass||AMR mod-1 - 14 kg / AMR mod-2 - 12 kg|
|Length||1520 mm (mod1) / 1040 mm (mod2)|
|Barrel length||1100 mm (mod1) / 580 mm (mod2)|
Bolt action (mod2)
|Muzzle velocity||817 m/s (12.7 long)|
|Effective firing range||1800 meters (mod1) / 1000 meters (mod2)|
|Feed system||5-round detachable box magazine|
The development of the rifles was complete in late 2012 to early 2013 but the weapons were not revealed earlier than May 2014.
Currently there are two variants available. They are all bullpup configured. The more recent 12.7×108mm version is recoil-operated with a 6 round box magazine feed and has an effective range of 1800–2000 meters. Its development was completed in 2013.
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- ^ "12.7 mm Rifle PDSHP-2". Archived from the original on 2015-06-29. Retrieved 2015-05-09.
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