Ukraine’s HADO-Holding Considering Export of its Anti-Materiel Precision Rifles

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Long-range, anti-materiel 14.5x114 rifle Snipex T-Rex
Long-range, anti-materiel 14.5x114 rifle Snipex T-Rex

Export/import trade firm Progress has bought four of HADO-Holding’s precision rifle products for introduction to potential customers

Information on the purchase of undisclosed handgun products (referred to in Bid documents as ‘special items’, code DK 021:2015 – 35320000-3, “Firearms’) was published April 20, 2021 on ProZorro online public procurement platform.

The procurement contract was signed between TOV “HADO-Holding” and State Company “Specialized Export/Import Trade Firm Progress, which is a subordinate firm of the State Company Ukrspecexport, on this April 14th.

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The four “special items”, valued totally at UAH 1,002,182, should be delivered before June 15, 2021, according to figures from the ProZorro website.

Anti-materiel rifles offered by HADO-Holding

The private company HADO-Holding, as seen from its website, offers a limited range of firearms products, which are all anti-materiel precision rifles. These are:

Civilian-grade, 12.7x99 (.50 ВМG) rifle Snipex Rhino Hunter

Single-shot, automatic ejection, 12.7x108 rifle Snipex M75 / M100, specs and capabilities

Single-shot, automatic ejection, 12.7x108 rifle Snipex M75 / M100

Long-range, single-shot anti-materiel 14.5x114 rifle Snipex T-Rex, specs and capabilities

Single-shot, long-range anti-materiel 14.5x114 rifle Snipex T-Rex is meant to defeat moving and fixed targets, including light armored vehicles

Bolt-action, long-range, anti-materiel 14.5x114 repeating rifle Snipex ALLIGATOR; specs and capabilities

Bolt-action, long-range, anti-materiel 14.5x114/12.7x108 magazine-fed repeating rifle Snipex ALLIGATOR

Long-range, anti-materiel 12.7x108 repeating rifle Snipex ALLIGATOR; specs and capabilities

As DE reported, anti-materiel 14.5x114 precision rifles Snipex T-Rex and Snipex ALLIGATOR were inducted into Ukraine’s Armed Forces in December 2020, and experts expect that these two are going to be most appealing to potential buyers outside Ukraine.

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