List of equipment of the Russian Ground Forces

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This is a list of equipment of the Russian Ground Forces currently in service.

Small arms[edit]

Pistols[edit]

Name Type Cartridge Origin Photo Notes
Makarov PMM Semi-automatic pistol 9×18mm Makarov  Soviet Union Mak compl.jpg 8-round magazine (12 on later versions), main service sidearm of the Soviet Union. Still in service.
MP-443 Grach Semi-automatic pistol 9×19mm Parabellum  Russia MP-443 Grach 02.jpg 17-round magazine, initially adopted as a replacement for the Makarov PMM in the Armed Forces, but never fully replaced it.[1] It was then to be replaced by the Glock 17 and 26, but due to pricing controversies, the order has been put on hold.[2][3]
GSh-18 Semi-automatic pistol 9×19mm Parabellum  Russia GSh-18 06.jpg 18-round magazine, limited service with Russian Special forces.[4]

Assault Rifles[edit]

Name Type Cartridge Origin Photo Notes
AK-74 Assault rifle 5.45×39mm  Soviet Union Ak74assault.jpg 30-round magazine. AKS-74U carbine version in use with special forces. AK-74 rifle in service with Russian naval infantry. Supplemented in Russian Army by AK-74M.
AK-74M Assault rifle 5.45×39mm  Russia Ak74m 91.jpg 30-round magazine. Main service rifle of Russian Ground Forces. It is an improved AK-74 with a synthetic folding stock.[5] AK-105 carbine version in use with special forces.
AKM Assault rifle 7.62×39mm  Soviet Union AKM automatkarbin - 7,62x39mm.jpg 30-round magazine, former main service rifle, some usage mainly in urban environments due to the ability to penetrate heavy cover. Many kept in reserve stocks. Some improved AK-103s in limited use with special Police units.
AN-94 Assault rifle 5.45×39mm  Russia Prototype of AN-94 assault rifle at Tank Biathlon 2014 02.jpg 30-round magazine, new 60-round magazine, 2-round burst mode fired at 1800 RPM, originally designed to replace AK-74M, cancelled from general issue due to cost. Limited usage by special forces units.[6]
AS Val Silenced Automatic rifle 9×39mm SP-5 or SP-6  Soviet Union AS Val (541-03).jpg 10- or 20-round magazine, uses an integrated suppressor.[7]
SR-3M Silenced Automatic rifle 9×39mm SP-5 or SP-6  Russia SR-3 (540-03).jpg 20- or 30-round magazine.

Sniper rifles[edit]

Name Type Cartridge Origin Photo Notes
Dragunov SVD Sniper rifle 7.62×54mmR  Soviet Union SVD Dragunov.jpg 10-round magazine, semi auto, main service sniper rifle. SVDK variant is used for dealing with targets behind heavy cover, while SVU variant is used by special forces.
SV-98 Bolt-action sniper rifle 7.62×54mmR  Russia SV-98 Sniping competition for The Armourers Day 12.jpg 10-round removable magazine, iron and telescopic sights
VSS Vintorez Suppressed sniper rifle 9×39mm SP-5 or SP-6  Soviet Union 51AirborneRegiment49.jpg 10- or 20-round magazine, semi or full auto, uses an integrated suppressor.
KSVK Anti-material rifle 12.7×108mm  Russia KSVK1.jpg 5-round magazine, bolt action, limited usage.[8]
OSV-96 Anti-material rifle 12.7×108mm  Russia OSV-96 MAKS-2009.jpg 5-round magazine, semi auto, can be folded in half, limited usage.[9]

Machine guns[edit]

Name Type Cartridge Origin Photo Notes
RPK-74 Light machine gun 5.45×39mm  Soviet Union Soviet RPK-74.JPEG 30- or 45-round magazine, based on the AK-74. RPK-74M variant is the main service SAW, while the older RPK-74s are kept in stock.
PKM General purpose machine gun 7.62×54mmR  Soviet Union PKM DD-ST-85-01257.JPEG Belt fed with 100- or 200- or 250-round boxes, uses a heavily modified Kalashnikov design, main service general purpose machine gun.
PKP "Pecheneg" General purpose machine gun 7.62×54mmR  Russia PKP Pecheneg Recon Company 4th Separate Tank Brigade.jpg Belt fed with 100- or 200-round boxes. Based on and designed to replace the PKM, limited usage.
NSV Heavy machine gun 12.7×108mm  Soviet Union NSVT (2).JPG Belt fed with 50-round boxes, main service heavy machine gun.
Kord Heavy machine gun 12.7×108mm  Russia Kord machine gun Engineering technologies - 2010 01.jpg Belt fed with 50-round boxes, replacing the NSV as the main service heavy machine gun. Limited usage.

Explosives[edit]

Grenades and grenade launchers[edit]

Name Type Diameter Origin Photo Notes
RGO Hand grenade 60mm  Soviet Union RGO defensive grenade Navy.jpg 6 meter kill radius, 3.8 second fuse, will detonate on impact after being armed for 1.8 seconds.
RGN Hand grenade 60mm  Soviet Union RGN offensive hand grenade Navy.jpg 4 meter kill radius, 3.8 second fuse, will detonate on impact after being armed for 1.8 seconds.
GP-25/30/34 Under-barrel grenade launcher 40mm  Soviet Union GP-30 grenade launcher.jpg Can be fitted to AKM, AK-74, AN-94, and AK-10X rifles and their variants.
BS-1 Tishina Under-barrel grenade launcher 30mm  Soviet Union Can be fitted to AKS-74U carbine.
RGM-40 single-shot grenade launcher 40mm  Russia External image [1] Stand-alone version of GP-25 with telescoping stock, flip-up sights and AK-type pistol-grip
RG-6/6G30 Multi-shot grenade launcher 40mm  Russia RG-6 Interpolitex-2011.jpg 6-round capacity in revolver style cylinders.
GM-94 Multi-shot grenade launcher 43mm  Russia Grenade-launcher-GM-94.jpg 3-round tube magazine, pump action, optimized for close quarters battle using grenades with a small kill radius.
AGS-17 Automatic grenade launcher 30mm  Soviet Union 30-мм автоматический гранатомет АГС-17 Пламя.jpg Belt fed with 29-round drums, high rate of fire.
AGS-30 Automatic grenade launcher 30mm  Russia AGS-30 maks2009.jpg Belt fed with 29-round drums, lightweight modern version of the AGS-17.

Mines[edit]

Name Type Detonation Origin Photo Notes
MON-50 Anti-personnel mine Tripwire/Command  Soviet Union Non armed mon50 anti-personnel clustermine.jpg Propels ~485/540 steel projectiles to a kill radius of 50 meters.
MON-90 Anti-personnel mine Tripwire/Command  Soviet Union Propels ~2000 steel projectiles to a kill radius of 90 meters.
MON-100 Anti-personnel mine Tripwire/Command  Soviet Union MON-100 2 (ORDATA).jpg Propels ~400 steel projectiles to a kill radius of 100 meters.
MON-200 Anti-personnel mine Tripwire/Command  Russia A larger and more powerful version of the MON-100.
OZM Anti-personnel mine Tripwire/Command/Pressure  Soviet Union OZM3.jpg ~500g TNT, fragmentation mine.
POMZ Anti-personnel mine Tripwire/Command/Pressure  Soviet Union POMZ1.JPEG ~75g TNT, fragmentation mine.
PMN Anti-personnel mine Pressure  Soviet Union PMN (rechts) und PMN 2.jpeg ~240g TNT, anti-personnel blast mine.
TM-46 Anti-tank mine Pressure  Soviet Union TM-46 AP-mine.JPEG 5.7 kg TNT.
TM-57 Anti-tank mine Pressure  Soviet Union TM-57 held with tilt fuze.jpg 6.3 kg TNT.
TM-62 Anti-tank mine Pressure  Soviet Union Winz7.jpg 7.5 kg TNT.
TM-83 Anti-tank mine Seismic sensor/Optical sensor  Russia ~13 kg TNT.
TM-89 Anti-tank mine Magnetic sensor  Russia ~10 kg TNT.

Rocket and missile systems[edit]

Name Type Diameter Origin Photo Notes
RPO-A Shmel Shoulder-launched missile weapon 93mm  Soviet Union RPO-A missile and launcher.jpg Single-shot, disposable rocket launcher. Uses RPO-A thermobaric and RPO-Z incendiary rockets.
RPG-7 Rocket-propelled grenade 40mm (launcher only, warhead diameter varies)  Soviet Union RPG-7 detached.jpg Re-loadable launcher with a variety of anti-personnel and anti-tank munitions available.
RPG-16 Rocket-propelled grenade 58mm  Soviet Union Rpg-16-grom (1).gif Re-loadable launcher, Higher accuracy and has a longer range than the older RPG-7.
RPG-18 Rocket-propelled grenade 64mm  Soviet Union RPG-18-cutaway.JPG Single-shot disposable launcher.
RPG-22 Rocket-propelled grenade 72.5mm  Soviet Union RPG-22 rocket launcher.jpg Single-shot disposable launcher.
RPG-26 Rocket-propelled grenade 72.5mm  Soviet Union Grenade launchers RPG-26.jpg Single-shot disposable launcher.
RPG-27 Rocket-propelled grenade 105mm  Soviet Union РПГ-27 «Таволга».jpg Single-shot disposable launcher with tandem-charge warhead in an anti-tank role, and RShG-1 thermobaric warhead for anti-infantry use.
RPG-28 Rocket-propelled grenade 125 mm  Russia Single-shot disposable launcher with tandem charge warhead.
RPG-29 Rocket-propelled grenade 105mm  Soviet Union RPG-29 USGov.JPG Re-loadable launcher. Can use PG-29V tandem-charge munitions in an anti-tank role, or TBG-29 thermobaric munitions in anti-infantry use.
RPG-30 Rocket-propelled grenade 105mm  Russia Single-shot disposable launcher.
RPG-32 Rocket-propelled grenade 105mm  Russia Re-loadable launcher. Can use PG-32V tandem-charge munitions in an anti-tank role, or TBG-32V thermobaric munitions in anti-infantry use.
9M111M Fagot-M Anti-tank guided missile 120mm  Soviet Union POLK 9K111 Fagot.jpg Designated AT-4C "Spigot C" by NATO.
9M113M Konkurs-M Anti-tank guided missile 135mm  Soviet Union Flickr - Israel Defense Forces - Russian-Made Missile Found in Hezbollah Hands.jpg Designated AT-5B "Spandrel B" by NATO.
9K115-2 Metis-M Anti-tank guided missile 130mm  Russia Antitank missile system Metis-M1.jpg Designated AT-13 "Saxhorn-2" by NATO.
9M133 Kornet Anti-tank guided missile 152mm  Russia 9M133 Kornet.JPG Designated AT-14 "Spriggan" by NATO.
Kornet-D[10] Mobile Anti-tank guided missile 152mm  Russia Kornet-EM MAKS-2011 02.jpg
9K34 Strela-3 Man-portable air-defense system 75mm  Soviet Union SA-14 missile and launch tube.jpg Designated SA-14 "Gremlin" by NATO.
9K338 Igla-S Man-portable air-defense system 72mm  Russia 9K338 Igla-S (NATO-Code - SA-24 Grinch).jpg Designated SA-24 "Grinch" by NATO.
Verba Man-portable air-defense system  Russia Equipped with an automated fire control system.[11]

Vehicles[edit]

Tanks[edit]

Name Type Quantity Origin Photo Notes
T-90 Main battle tank 930[12]  Russia Engineering Technologies - 2012 (1-10).jpg Production halted and funds transferred for Armata Universal Combat Platform project.
T-80 Main battle tank Active: 1,400
Reserve: 3,000[13]
 Soviet Union T-80U MBT photo003.jpg All T-80s are to be withdrawn from active service in 2015.[14][15][16]
T-72 Main battle tank Active: ≈2,255
Reserve: 8,000
 Soviet Union T-72B3 - TankBiathlon2013-09.jpg Around 700 upgraded to B2 and B3 with Relikt armor.[17] Additional T-72s are brought back into service as T-80s are being withdrawn.[18]

Infantry fighting vehicles[edit]

Name Type Quantity Origin Photo Notes
BMP-3 Infantry fighting vehicle 720[19]  Soviet Union Engineering Technologies - 2012 (1-35).jpg Originally intended to replace BMP-2 and BMP-1. Instead likely to complement Unified Combat Platform based BMP or BTR-T (heavy) in smaller numbers from ~2015.[20]
BMP-2 Infantry fighting vehicle Active: ≈1,851
Reserve: 6,500 [21]
 Soviet Union BMP-2 (2).jpg
BMP-1 Infantry fighting vehicle Active: ≈658
Reserve: 10,000 [22]
 Soviet Union BMP-1 IFV in Russian service.jpg

Personnel carriers[edit]

Name Type Quantity Origin Photo Notes
BTR-90 Armoured personnel carrier ≈80[23]  Russia BTR-90 (1).jpg Further orders cancelled in 2011 due to not meeting new army requirements. Development of a new BTR in progress as the Bumerang.
BTR-80/82A Armoured personnel carrier ≈1,152[24]  Soviet Union/ Russia 2013 Moscow Victory Day Parade (24).jpg
BTR-70 Armoured personnel carrier ≈68[25]  Soviet Union BTR70 002.jpg
BTR-60 Armoured personnel carrier Active: ≈17
Reserve: c.3,663 [26]
 Soviet Union BTR-60PB DA-ST-89-06597.jpg
MT-LB Armoured personnel carrier Active: ≈1,493
Reserve: 5,000 [27]
 Soviet Union Medic MT-LB - TankBiathlon2013-36.jpg

Logistics and utility vehicles[edit]

Name Type Quantity Origin Photo Notes
UAZ-469 Light Utility Vehicle  Soviet Union УАЗ-3151 на параде фото1.JPG
GAZ-2975 Tigr Reconnaissance vehicle ≈96[28]  Russia Engineering Technologies - 2012 (3-10).jpg Tigr-M variant will enter service in the first half of 2013.[29]
Iveco LMV Reconnaissance vehicle 358[30]  Italy Iveco LMV Lynx photo004.jpg Acquisition halted.[31]
GAZ-33097 Light cargo truck  Russia 27th Independent Sevastopol Guards Motor Rifle Brigade (182-3).jpg
Ural-4320 Medium cargo truck  Soviet Union Урал-4320.JPG
Ural-43206 Light cargo truck  Russia Ural-43206 transport truck.jpg
Ural-5323 Heavy cargo truck  Russia Ural-5323.jpg
KamAZ 43501 Medium cargo truck  Russia Kamaz P9190209.JPG
KamAZ-5350 Heavy cargo truck  Russia Interpolitex 2011 (402-25).jpg
KamAZ-6350 Mustang Heavy cargo truck  Russia KamAZ-6350 truck, 2011.jpg
Ural Typhoon Mine-Resistant Ambush-Protected truck 30[32]  Russia Ural-63099 armored vehicle-2012-04.jpg
KamAZ-65225 Tractor unit  Russia KamAZ military tank transporter.jpg
KamAZ 63968 Typhoon Mine-Resistant Ambush-Protected truck ≈90[33][34]  Russia KamAZ-63968 Typhoon - Engineering technologies 2012 (1).jpg Used chiefly by Spetsnaz units.
DT30 Vityaz Articulated tracked transport vehicle  Soviet Union DT-30P1 Vityaz 1.jpg

Artillery[edit]

Mortars[edit]

Name Type Quantity Origin Photo Notes
2S12 Sani 120mm Heavy mortar Active: ≈708
Reserve: 1,000 [35]
 Soviet Union 2S12 Sani (heavy mortar system).jpg
2B14 Podnos 82mm Infantry mortar Active: ≈276
Reserve: 3,000 [36]
 Soviet Union 2B14 Podnos at "Engineering Technologies 2010" forum.jpg

Field artillery[edit]

Name Type Quantity Origin Photo Notes
2A18 D-30 122mm Howitzer Active: ≈564
Reserve: 1,300 [37]
 Soviet Union 122- мм гаубица Д-30 (1).jpg
2A36 Giatsint-B 152mm Howitzer Active: ≈188
Reserve: 1,000 [38]
 Soviet Union 152-мм пушка Гиацинт-Б (5).jpg
2A65 Msta-B 152mm Howitzer Active: ≈432
Reserve: 600 [39]
 Soviet Union 2A65 Msta-B.JPG
M-46 130mm Field Gun ≈55[40]  Soviet Union 130-мм пушка М-46 образца 1953 года (1).jpg
Nona-K 120mm Howitzer ≈18[41]  Soviet Union 2B16 gun-howitzer-mortar 3.jpg
MT-12 Rapira 100mm Anti-Tank Gun ≈468[42]  Soviet Union 100-мм противотанковая пушка Т-12 Рапира (1).jpg Modernized T-12.

Self-propelled artillery[edit]

Name Type Quantity Origin Photo Notes
2S1 Gvozdika 122mm Self-Propelled Howitzer Active: ≈622
Reserve: 1,400 [43]
 Soviet Union 6742 - Moscow - Poklonnaya Hill - Tank.JPG
2S3 Akatsiya 152mm Self-Propelled Howitzer Active: ≈931
Reserve: 1,600 [44]
 Soviet Union 2C3 Uraltransmash.jpg
2S4 Tyulpan 240mm Self-Propelled Gun-Mortar Active: ≈25
Reserve: 120 [45]
 Soviet Union 2S4 Tyulpan.jpg
2S5 Giatsint-S 152mm Self-Propelled Howitzer Active: ≈237
Reserve: 500 [46]
 Soviet Union Self-propelled gun 2S5 "Giatsint-S" with 152-mm gun 2A37..JPG
2S7 Pion 203mm Self-Propelled Howitzer ≈12[47]  Soviet Union 2s7 pion.jpg
2S19 Msta-S 152mm Self-Propelled Howitzer Active: ≈468
Reserve: ≈82 [48]
 Soviet Union Engineering Technologies - 2012 (1-21).jpg More in production.
2S23 Nona-SVK Self-Propelled 120 mm Mortar ≈50[49]  Soviet Union Vladimir Putin 14 July 2000-4.jpg
2S31 Vena 120mm Self-Propelled Gun-Mortar  Russia 2S31 Vena Sideview.jpg
2S34 Chosta 120mm Self-Propelled Howitzer ≈30 [50]  Russia 2S34 Chosta.JPG

Rocket artillery[edit]

Name Type Quantity Origin Photo Notes
BM-21 Grad 122mm Multiple Rocket Launcher Active: ≈982
Reserve: 2,200 [51]
 Soviet Union BM-21.JPG
BM-27 Uragan 220mm Multiple Rocket Launcher Active: ≈340
Reserve: 90 [52]
 Soviet Union 9K57 Uragan 2.jpg
BM-30 Smerch 300mm Multiple Rocket Launcher Active: ≈30
Reserve: 100[53]
 Soviet Union 9К58 Смерч 3.jpg More in production.
TOS-1 220mm Thermobaric Rocket Launcher ≈15[54]  Soviet Union Tactical exercises of Radiological, Chemical and Biological Protection Troops units at Shikhani training ground (410-26).jpg
9A52-4 Tornado 122mm, 220mm, 300mm Multiple Rocket Launcher 56 [55]  Russia Tornado-G MLRS.jpg Built to replace BM-21 Grad, BM-27 Uragan and BM-30 Smerch. More in production.

Tactical ballistic missile systems[edit]

Name Type Quantity Origin Photo Notes
OTR-21 Tochka-U / SS-21 Tactical ballistic missile ≈96[56]  Soviet Union Точка-У.jpg 482 kg conventional warhead, 100 kt nuclear, maximum 120 km missile range.
9K720 Iskander-M / SS-26 Tactical ballistic missile ≈30[57]  Russia 2013 Moscow Victory Day Parade (47).jpg 480 kg conventional warhead, maximum 400 km missile range.

Air defence vehicles[edit]

Please note that the Russian Air Force operates an additional 736 S-300PMs,[58] 108 S-400s,[59] and 36 Pantsir-S1s.[60]

Name Type Quantity Origin Photo Notes
9K33 Osa Short Range SAM ≈282[61]  Soviet Union 9K33 Osa of the Russian Army.jpg Designated SA-8 "Gecko" by NATO.
9K35M3 Strela-10M3 Short range SAM ≈358[62]  Soviet Union Strela 10.jpg Designated SA-13 "Gopher" by NATO.
9K331M Tor-M1 Short range SAM ≈172[63]  Soviet Union VDay Parade Rehearsal Moscow04.jpg Designated SA-15 "Gauntlet" by NATO.
9K37M1 Buk Medium range SAM ≈342[64]  Soviet Union VDayParadeRehearsal2009-01.JPG Designated SA-11 "Gadfly" by NATO.
9K22 Tunguska SPAAG ≈204[65]  Soviet Union VDay Parade Rehearsal Moscow03.jpg Designated SA-19 "Grison" by NATO.
S-300V Antey-300 Long-range SAM ≈185[66]  Soviet Union 9K81 S-300V launcher.jpg Designated SA-12 "Giant" by NATO.

Future equipment[edit]

Name Type Origin Photo Notes
AF1 Strike One Semi-automatic pistol  Russia 9x19 Strizh-Strike One Moscow International Exhibition ARMS & Hunting 2013 01.jpg 18-round magazine. Intended to replace both the Makarov PMM and MP-443 Grach.[67]
AK-12 Assault rifle  Russia AK-12 Engineering technologies international forum - 2012 01.jpg Improved AK-74 rifle, to enter operational testing in 2015.[68]
A-545 Assault rifle  Russia 5.45mm assault rifle A-545 - Oboronexpo2014part4-11.jpg Version of the AEK-971, to enter operational testing in 2015.[68]
VS-121 Designated marksman rifle  Russia Bullpup design, improved SVU, currently undergoing testing.[69]
T-14 Main battle tank  Russia T-14 in Alabino sideview.jpg Planned to replace the T-72, T-80 and T-90, which will all go into reserve storage. Several versions will be developed.[70] To enter service in 2016.[71]
BMPT Terminator Heavy Infantry fighting vehicle  Russia Bmpt REA 2009.jpg Current version will not enter service in significant numbers. New version based on Armata Universal Combat Platform will be developed and 2,500 will enter service by 2020.[citation needed]
T-15 Heavy infantry fighting vehicle  Russia T-15 in Alabino sideview.jpg Heavy IFV meant to replace the BTR-T.
Kurganets-25 Infantry fighting vehicle, armoured personnel carrier  Russia 2015AlabinoFirst-01.jpg Based on T-99 chasis, to enter service in 2016.[71] Planned to replace the BMP series, BMD series, and 2S25 Sprut-SD, which will all go into reserve storage.[citation needed] It has IFV and APC variants.
Bumerang Armoured personnel carrier  Russia 2015AlabinoFirst-11.jpg Planned to replace the BTR series.[72][73][74]
2S35 Koalitsiya-SV 152mm Self-propelled howitzer  Russia 2S35 Koalitsia-SV sideview.jpg
VPK-3927 Volk Light Armoured Vehicle  Russia VPK -3927 Volk 01.jpg Full drive high-mobility multipurpose military armored vehicle.[75]
Morfey Surface-to-air missile  Russia To enter service in 2015. The Russian MoD plants to have 500 in operation by 2020.[citation needed]
S-350E Vityaz Surface-to-air missile  Russia S-350E Vityaz - MAKS2013firstpix01.jpg Planned to replace S-300. To enter service in 2016.[76]

Aircraft[edit]

All army aviation aircraft have been transferred to Air Force command.

Gallery[edit]

Notes[edit]

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