Type of company:
Manufacturer (own production)
ORSIS arms factory is situated in Moscow and equipped with modern machinery containing 40 different CNC processing hubs which enable to ensure stable high quality level of our production on each stage of the production cycle and to provide flexibility and productivity level for the factory. This unique equipment both foreign made and the one designed by the company's own design bureau engineers on the base of the most advanced international experience and technologies ensures production of barrels having almost ideal inner geometry parameters. Eventually, this machinery complex to produce such high-end level barrels is the only one available in Europe today.
We have the full rifled firearms manufacturing process established on the base of our factory capacities: barrels forging, action, trigger assemblies and stocks production, assembling and adjustment, testing and hot firing of the finished products. The models' design, technologies and equipment selection has been completed by the factory specialists without foreign experts' involvement. Each model of the ORSIS rifles represents completely our own and original design. Concerning the raw materials to produce rifles, we use only barrel-grade steel and wood laminate (special arms-grade plywood). All other materials and steel grades are of domestic production.
We use special stainless high-strength steel grades of Russian production to manufacture the action and trigger assemblies. The receiver is produced of martensitic stainless steel which has the unique strength properties as we were not able to create in the factory such test conditions as required to demolish this receiver. The stocks are manufactured of different materials: weapons-grade laminate, fine wood and aluminum.
The ORSIS rifles accuracy is considerably better than their most common counterparts'. There is a parameter widely used in ballistics called “minute of angle" (or MOA) which represents math “minute of arc" analogue. It estimates accuracy of shooting in absence of wind influence and is defined, as a rule, by a group of 3-5 shots. A rifle which has MOA ratio equal to 1 shows accuracy not exceeding 2.9 cm at the distance of 100 m. Firearms having MOA ratio less than 1 are called accurate ones or the marksman's lot. The "PROMTECHNOLOGIA" LLC company guarantees that all ORSIS rifles enjoy accuracy not exceeding 0.5 MOA and a number of models show even better performance when MOA ratio of 0.1-0.2 is not a rare exception.
The Moscow factory occupies an area slightly less than 3000 m and the total number of its employees is around 150 persons. The company holds all necessary licenses and permits for the small arms production and is ISO 9001-certified. "PROMTECHNOLOGIA" company's personnel unify skilled designers, engineers and workers. The scientific research activity and experimental construction works dealing with the contemporary high-accuracy weapons systems development and modernization are implemented in the factory. Our company cooperates with the experts of the Russian scientific and research institutes and technical higher education centers specializing in the fields of metalworking, materials, small arms design and construction. The project of the high-tech arms manufacturing facility foundation has been executed with the National Federation of Sharp-Shooting support as its experts are participating in company products designing and testing.
The "PROMTECHNOLOGIA" LLC Company is a rapidly developing innovative enterprise which in no time has obtained quite a business reputation among the Russian and foreign partners. The company signed agreements with Glock (Austria), ArmaLite (USA) and Marocchi (Italy) companies to assemble at the Moscow factory and to produce jointly pistols, semi-auto carbines and shotguns. ORSIS-manufactured stainless steel barrels are used to assembly semi-auto AR-10 and M-15 rifles. Nowadays the "PROMTECHNOLOGIA" company feels quite confident on the Russian and European markets and constantly increases its presence share and enlarges its commodity markets.