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Armsan V1

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Company Profile[edit]

Armsan (Armsan Silah Sanayi ve Ticaret A.Ş) was founded at İstanbul on 2006 as a joint venture of Ata Arms and KHAN Arms. On 2014, Armsan moved to its new factory placed at Dudullu OSB at İstanbul. Since the foundation, Armsan is the exporting to six continents and over 50 countries. At the domestic market, Armsan is a leading brand as well.

Armsan mainly produces shotguns in various calibers and various types. In addition to the shotgun, Armsan also manufactures revolvers and machine pistols.

Main Model Lines[edit]

Armsan lineup presented as two individual brands

  • Armsan, for hunting products
  • Armtac, for tactical/home defence products.

Current Lineup[edit]

  • A600 Series (12GA “A612”, 20GA “A620” and .410 “A636” gas operated semi auto shotguns)
  • Phenoma Series (12GA,20GA,.410 gas operated semi auto shotguns)
  • Paragon Series (12GA and 20GA gas operated semi auto shotguns)
  • Paragon Grande (3.5” chambered 12GA gas operated semi auto shotguns)
  • Cre 8 (28GA gas operated semi auto shotguns)
  • P600 series (12GA” P612”, 20GA “P620” and .410” P636” pump action shotguns)
  • P612 Grande ( 3.5" chambered pump action shotgun)
  • RS-A series (tactical gas operated semi auto shotguns)
  • RS-X series (tactical pump action shotguns)
  • RS S1 (Ak type box feed magazine semi auto shotgun)
  • EOS (Brake action series)

Law Enforcement/Military Line Up[edit]

  • RS-S1 KKK - Select Fire (Full Auto and Semi Auto) version of RS-S1 with various modifications (Shorter barrel , Safety lever and charging handle at both sides , folding stock etc.). Turkish Army using this shotgun since 2018.
  • 40 mm Grenade Launchers - Armsan produces 40mmx46 grenade launchers for military.

Armsan also has many co-manufacturing projects with international brands.


Official WebSite

Armsan Silah Sanayi ve Ticaret A.Ş / Department of Business Development - Can Kafkaslı

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