A contract was signed with the Indonesian Special Operations Unit for the KMR762 sniper rifle developed and produced by Kale Kalıp engineers.
Participating in the 17th Defense Service Asia (DSA) fair in Malaysia with its domestic and national products, KaleKalıp signed a contract with the 7,62 mm semi-automatic sniper rifle KMR762 Indonesian Special Operations Unit. Gendarmerie General Commander General Arif Çetin and Malaysian Ambassador Merve Safa Kavakçı attended the convention event.
Since the KMR762 is a semi-automatic sniper rifle, it has semi-automatic and safety modes. Weighing 5,3 kg, the KMR762 has a maximum length of 1150 mm. Having a 20″ barrel makes it advantageous at long ranges. 20 or 10 magazines can be used in the gun. These magazines are made of transparent composite. The effective range of the weapon is 800 meters. The gun is AR-10 design and based on the KCR762.
The KMR762, which has a short stroke gas piston operating system, is semi-automatic. Having a four-stage and cheek-adjustable stock and STANAG 4694 picatini rail provides comfort to the user. Thus, all kinds of optics, night vision and thermal binoculars can be attached. The gun has an adjustable gas block for the muzzle brake. In the gun with MLOK fore-end, the end user can attach the desired accessories by attaching the guide in the desired length. There is a rail only on the upper part of the fore-end. Rails can be added to the right, left and bottom parts with guides. The fore-end is manufactured using aerospace grade Aluminum 7075. The gun features a magazine release latch, a mechanism release latch and a firing mode adjuster on both the right and left sides for right-handed and left-handed users. The gun shows 100 MOA dispersion at 0.3 meters.
KaleKalıp also offers two different stock options for this weapon. It offers a 4-stage, cheek-adjusted telescopic stock as standard. Foldable sights are used in the gun. This does not obstruct the user's view when using optics.