13 Nov 2008

New Russian Submachine Gun: PP-2000

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Patented by in 2001 by the KBP Instrument Design Bureau, the PP-2000 was first seen at the Interpolytech-2004 exhibition in Moscow.

Modern Firearms description

Jim Dunnigan’s Strategy Page reports the PP-2000’s recent appearance as an actual issue weapon:

Over the last few years, the Russian police and special operations personnel have been getting a new 9mm submachine gun, the PP-2000. The new weapon has proved to be very popular. It’s reliable, light (3.3 pounds empty) and compact (13 inches, or 33cm, long with the stock retracted). When the gunstock is used, it can also hold a spare 44 round magazine. With the gunstock, the weapon is 22 inches (55.5cm) long. Rate of fire is 10-12 rounds a second. It uses a 20 or 44 round magazines.

A very nice design!

3 Feedbacks on "New Russian Submachine Gun: PP-2000"

James R. Rummel

Good post.


Bob Hawkins

Looks like the folded stock would interfere with the trigger. Is this deliberate, you have to extend the stock to fire?


An uzi for the 21st Century. Sweet.


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