The Makarov that shoots around the corner (6 PHOTOS)

The whole set up runs about 45,000 rubles, which may seem like a lot at first-- but not when you do the math.

The whole set up runs about 45,000 rubles, which may seem like a lot at first– but not when you do the math.

For those times when you really have to shoot around a corner, there is this Makarov PM modded with the use of bicycle parts.

Polish gun mag Broń i Amunicja (English= Weapons and Ammuniton) posted images of to their social media account this week of a PM that was rigged up in Russia for some special purpose applications.

The prototype, developed by the Skolkovo Innovation Center in Moscow uses the standard suppressed Makarov PM coupled to a Siemens C75, straps that look like Uncle Dimitri’s belt, a brace made from the spokes of a Ural motorcycle and parts of an old bicycle pump.

The project cost 45,000 rubles, which at the current exchange rate is about $660.

Who says you have to pay big for R&D?

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[ Broń i Amunicja ]