From somewhere East of Warsaw we have footage of a couple of very subtle firearms including a slightly customized AS 9x39mm integrally suppressed rifle and a PSS silenced pistol.
The Russians have long been fans of suppressed firearms going back to the 1930s when they put cans on the Nagant M95 revolver. This passion of all things muted for those special occasions evolved into guns such as the VSS and AS Val and the Stechkin APB machine pistol. All of these are fun at parties in such exotic destinations as Chechnya and Syria where Soviet err we mean Russian vacationers often travel to make friends and influence people.
And the two guns below are certainly very nice party favors.
While few of us ever thought we’d have a blacked-out lever-action hunting rifle on our wish list, here we are with not one, but two. The Marlin Dark series was followed by the Henry X-Model, both American-made levers.