Kovrov


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Kovrov

(Russian kavˈrɔf)
n
(Placename) a city in W central Russia, on the Klyazma River: textiles and heavy engineering. Pop: 155 000 (2005 est)
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Dragunov (1920-1991) who developed the SVD sniper rifle, has informed me that Russian RPD machine guns were manufactured at the Kovrov small arms factory in the city of the same name.
After our fourth year, they sent us to summer camps outside Kovrov, not far from Vladimir.
Their estates were located within the larger geographical framework between local district towns of Kovrov and Shuia in Vladimir Province, an area poorly suited for agriculture.
Production at the Kovrov Arms Factory was slow, and as result of turmoil of the Russian Revolution and the subsequent civil war, only 3,200 rifles were manufactured by 1924.
The largest deviation (FA more 0.064) was identified in largest cities as Vladimir and Kovrov (Fig.4).
Three new alternative warheads are marketed by the Kovrov Mechanical Plant.
In 1975 production of a modernized 9M111M missile started at the Kovrov Plant.
He has written that the RPG-7 was originally manufactured by Russia's Kovrov Mechanical Plant and entered service with the Warsaw Pact armies in 1962.
According to the report of the committee's plenipotentiary in Ivanovo, they did not include 12 households from Kovrov district that had been signed up but opted out after two scouts returned with information about the poor rate of labor-day payments.