Rosoboronexport, part of Russia’s Rostec said it will present a wide variety of equipment, including rifles at the Belarus-2022 exhibition to be held from June 22-25 in Minsk.
At its stand, Rosoboronexport will showcase and hold presentations on a range of equipment for law enforcement agencies, counter-terror units and special services involved in the protection of borders, critical government, social and transportation infrastructure facilities.
Many items will be exhibited in Belarus for the first time.
The company will demonstrate various special means and means of self-defense, as well as two personal protective equipment (PPE) kits, including Tor and Tor-2 helmets, Taktika and Topaz modular bulletproof vests, Condor protective goggles and Cobalt-S splinter-proof overalls, which protects not only against fragments and cuts with sharp objects, but also against exposure to open flame, convective heat transfer and thermal radiation. The ergonomic design of these kits enables their adaptation to any conditions through the use of removable components and a wide choice of optional equipment.
Rosoboronexport’s exhibit will feature the most popular models of Russian civilian and service small arms, which have received excellent feedback from the world professional community.
Lobaev Arms will show the DVL-10 M1 Saboteur modular multi-caliber precision rifle for shooting at a range of up to 800 meters, DXL-3 Retaliation long-range counter-sniper rifle having an effective range of up to 1800 meters and the DXL-4 Sevastopol ultra-long-range sniper rifle capable of hitting a target at up to 2300 meters.
The company will offer special optics of the Dedal and Infratech trademarks designed for installation on both service small arms and assault rifles, machine guns and sniper rifles.
During the presentation, the latest models of special small arms, body armor and special optics will be demonstrated.