The contract for the delivery of a batch of SR2M submachine guns to Russian law enforcement agencies' special units has been completed by the Central Research Institute of Precision Engineering (a Kalashnikov Concern subsidiary).
In 2004, the FSB adopted the 9mm SR2M submachine gun, developed at the TsNIITochMash in the early 2000s. Later, other security agencies followed suit. It can be used to engage personnel targets, including those wearing Class 2 PPE, as well as unarmored vehicles (cars, trucks, etc.), at distances up to 200 meters.
20 and 30-round magazines are available, and the submachine gun weighs 1.7 kg with a 20-round magazine. It has a buttstock that can fold over the dust cover, allowing for accurate shooting in both positions. Shooting effectiveness is increased by using a red-dot sight created specifically for this submachine gun. With the buttstock folded, the gun is only 36.7 cm long, making it suitable for concealed carry.
TsNIITochMash has developed the SR2M submachine gun and is its sole manufacturer.