Kale Aims to Top on Weapons Market With Indigenous Products

Kale Aims to Top on Weapons Market With Indigenous Products 23 June, 2020

Kale Group Vice President Osman Okyay has been a guest on live stream at C4Defence's official Instagram account. Okyay made statements about the company's weapons product range.

Kale, trying to be a preferred company in the Turkey and the world. Stating that the company exhibited a serious product range in IDEF 2019, Okyay stated that the main goal is to take place in a class that can be qualified as the first league such as Heckler & Koch, FN Herstal, Beretta. Explaining that development, production and delivery processes for many products are still continuing, Osman Okyay gave information about the existing systems.

Delivery processes continue for KCR 556. Osman Okyay stated that the rifle firing 5,56x45 mm NATO cartridges has 7.5 11 and 4 inch barrel options and announced that the deliveries continue.

KCR 762, which was developed based on the requirement for the precision shooting rifle of countries with many Eastern-type cartridges in its inventory, is proceeding with confident steps. The rifle, which is specified to have an AR-type mechanism for ensuring the shooting accuracy; It has a barrel options such as 7.5 11 and 14.5 inches.

KMR 762 achieved export success before entering the Turkish Armed Inventory. Stating that this is a rare development, Okyay stated that the gun has 12.5-inch and 14.5-inch barrel models.

To complete the KSR338 qualification tests, another product of Kale's sniper rifle that uses .338 Lapua cartridges, the rifle, which will then complete the development phase, will go into mass production.

Deliveries continue for more than 1 year in KSR50, another member of Kale product family of .50 calibre. Rifle with bolt-action mechanism; It uses 12.7x99mm NATO ammunition.

In the field of machine guns, Kale continues to advance with its full power. Explaining that the KMG 556 machine gun is about to complete the qualification tests, Okyay announced that the mass production phase of the gun will begin in the second half of July in line with the commitment given to the customer. The development phase of KMG762, another system that fires 7.62x51 mm NATO cartridges, will be completed by the end of 2020 and will go into mass production.

KAGL-40, which has been in the product family since 1999, has been popular recently. Arrow bow; He stated that the gun was in great demand, especially on armoured vehicles. Explaining that the KGL-40 rifle grenade launcher has reached the end of its qualification tests, Okyay announced that mass production will begin in a short time.

Announcing that Kale has a plan to go to different types of heavy weapons in the future, Vice President Osman Okyay announced that there are works planned in different directions with the infrastructure gained with the existing products.

Kale Aims to Top on Weapons Market With Indigenous Products

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