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miniature of Berdan Infantry rifle (Scale 1:4)
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Berdan Infantry Rifle

The Berdan rifle (Vintovka Berdana in Russian) is a Russian rifle created by famous American firearms expert and inventor Hiram Berdan in 1868. Standard issue in the Russian army from 1869-1891, the Berdan was replaced by the Mosin-Nagant rifle. Widely used in Russia as a hunting weapon, sporting variants, including shotguns, were produced until the mid-1930s.

Note that this article discusses the Russian Berdan I (M1868) and Berdan II (M1870) rifles of .42 caliber. The Russian models are distinct from the Spanish Berdan 15mm (.58+ cal) conversion rifles adopted by Spain as the M1857/67 Berdan (and related engineer, artillery & short rifles).

Detailed history of the emergence Berdan rifles described in Section Legends (Russian "rifle"). Infantry rifle Berdan N2 system was adopted by the Russian army in 1870. Originally rifle Berdan N2 "produced in Britain at a factory in Birmingham, and then their mass production, together with the manufacture of cartridges has been established in several Russian arms factories.

Miniature of Berdan Infantry rifle (scale 1:4)
Length - 340 mm.
Width - 13 mm.
Height - 29 mm.
Caliber - 2,8 mm.
The Berdan Infantry rifle (Scale 1:4) fires MP-7 ammunition.

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