GSHG-7.62 , (factory index TKB-621 , Index HC Air Forces - 9-A-622 , factory series No. 575) - a four-barreled aircraft gun of 7.62 mm caliber, developed by the Design Bureau for Instrument Engineering MOP. Adopted in 1979 . Designers: E. B. Glagolev , A. G. Shipunov , V. P. Gryazev .
|Machine gun GSHG-7,62|
Air Force Air Force Index : 9-А-622
|Type of||machine gun with a rotating barrel|
|A country||the USSR|
|Wars and conflicts|
|Manufacturer||Instrument Engineering Design Bureau|
|Years of production||1970s -?|
|Cartridge||7.62 × 54 mm R|
|Caliber , mm||7.62|
|Work principles||Removal of powder gases|
|Rate of fire|
shots / min
|starting speed |
bullets , m / s
|Type of ammunition||Machine-gun belt|
Designed to arm a Mi-24 helicopter under the Resolution of the Council of Ministers of the USSR 1044–381 of December 26, 1968, together with the YakB machine gun . Currently used on Ka-29 helicopters and in helicopter gondolas GUV along with the machine gun YakB.
- List of machine guns
- Shirokorad, Alexander Borisovich. The history of aviation weapons. Short essay / Under the general ed. A. E. Tarasa. - Mn. : Harvest , 1999. - 560 p. - (Library of military history). - 11,000 copies - ISBN 985-433-695-6 .
- GSHG on the site "Corner of the sky" airwar.ru