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At the International Competition “Excellence in Military Intelligence-2021”, which takes place at the Koltsovo training ground in the Novosibirsk region, the IV stage of the competition has started, where participants in the individual standings must demonstrate their skills in shooting from standard weapons.

On the first day of the stage, scouts from South Ossetia, Uzbekistan and China came to the border. During the stage, participants perform firing from an AK-74 and AK-12 assault rifle, a Kalashnikov PKM light machine gun, a Yarygin pistol, a Dragunov sniper rifle (SVD) and a hand grenade launcher (RPG).

Team India and China take part in the competition with their small arms. Chinese scouts use OBZ03 assault rifles, OJB95-1 light machine guns, OSZ92 pistols, Indian reconnaissance Rocket Launcher grenade launchers, Pistol pistols, INSAS LMG machine guns, INSAS RIFLE assault rifles when meeting the standards.

The distance to the targets varies from 15 to 600 m, depending on the type of weapon. In addition, participants compete in throwing knives, sapper shovels and grenades for accuracy.

Teams from India, Russia and Belarus will perform on the second day of individual shooting. Stage IV of the competition also includes group shooting, it will end on September 1.

According to the results of the three stages of the International Competition “Excellence in Military Intelligence-2021”, a team of military personnel from Russia is in the lead. Scouts from China and Uzbekistan follow.

The International Army Games 2021 will be held from August 22 to September 4, 2021 on the territory of 11 states (Russia, Algeria, Armenia, Belarus, Vietnam, Iran, Qatar, Kazakhstan, China, Serbia, Uzbekistan).

In total, more than 5 thousand servicemen, consisting of 277 teams from 42 countries, take part in 34 competitions of ARMI-2021.

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