Baikal MP-446 Viking 9mm Luger – How to Disassembly and Reassembly (Field Strip)

Posted by: Guntuber
Category: Clean, repair, full disassembly

Baikal MP-446 is a symble of quality russian arms.
The MP-446 ‘Viking’ pistol is a recent development of the Izhevsk Mechanical Plant (IzhMech, also known in the West by its trademark ‘Baikal’). The MP-446C is a sporting derivative of the MP-446, which has been adopted by Russian military in 2003. The key differences between MP-446 and MP-446C are frame material and sights.
MP-446 Viking pistol is a short recoil operated, locked breech pistol. The Browning-type locking is achieved using traditional cam system and one large lug on the breech of the barrel, which engages the enlarged ejection port in the slide. Frame of the pistol is made from high-strength polymer. MP-446 has a double action trigger with ambidextrous frame-mounted safety lever. External hammer is enclosed from the sides by the rear extensions of the slide, which makes decocking procedure somewhat complicated, as pistol has no decoking mechanism. When engaged, safety locks the sear, trigger and slide, and allows for ‘cocked and locked’ carry, with the hammer cocked and safety engaged. Magazine catch is located at the bottom of the trigger guard and can be installed on either side of the gun. Double-stack magazine contains seventeen rounds of 9mm ammunition. Rear sight is dovetailed into the slide and can be had either in fixed or adjustable versions.

Type: SA/DA
Calibers: 9×19 Luger / Parabellum
Weight unloaded: 830 g
Length: 198 mm
Barrel length: 112 mm
Capacity: 17+1 rounds

MP-446 pistol
01:07 – Disassembly
03:10 – Reassembly

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