Russia unveils first ever amphibious assault rifle
A Russian gunmaker says that it has produced the first-ever amphibious assault rifle, able to fire high-velocity bullets underwater and then switch into a conventional weapon on the surface.
The goal is to have a reliable gun that can go from a wet environment to a dry one without any issues or required cleaning/drying.
The ADS gun is also equipped with a grenade launcher and can shoot at a rate of 800 shots per minute on both land or underwater.
At 100 feet underwater, it can reach targets 82 feet away. After emerging from water, combat swimmers must change the magazine from shorter bullets to normal ones.