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Gun Information
Full name Degtyaryova Pekhotnyj
Country of origin Soviet Union
Manufacturer Vasily Alexeyevich Degtyaryov
Game Information
Faction Griffin & Kryuger
Manufactured /
Revised by
Voice actor Ikadai Kanae
Artist BIBIA (Original Artist);

YoYo (Coiling Morning Glory)

Released on CN, TW, KR, EN, JP
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How to obtainEdit

NORMALHEAVY Timer 5:00:00. See T-Doll Production for details.

DROP Can be obtained from many battle stages from Chapter 3-5 onward.

REWARD Not obtained as a reward

Exclusive EquipmentEdit


Union SkillEdit

There is no union skill for this T-Doll.

Stats / DataEdit

71(x1)141(x1) / 705(x5) 40(x1) / 140(x5) 30(x1) / 90(x5)
31 88
4 31
4 28
 Rate of Fire
76 114
 Move Speed
 Crit. Rate
 Crit. Damage
 Armor Pen.
 Clip Size

Ranking of this Doll's specs relative to other Dolls of the same type.

Ranking of this Doll's specs relative to every other Doll.
Affects shotguns
Increases rate of fire by 15%

Weapon BackgroundEdit

The DP (Degtyarev Pechotnyi) is a Soviet-made gas operated Light Machine Gun introduced in 1928 that uses the 7.62x54mmR caliber in a 47-round drum. With a barrel length of 23.8 inches, and a total length of 51 inches, the DP's weight unloaded was 20.5 pounds. Firing an average 500-600 rounds per minute, the DP was a simple and rugged design, and so well liked that over 795,000 units were built, and thus has seen combat in 9 wars.


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  • DP28 was modified into quadruple machinegun variant called DTM-4. The quad DTM-4 was intended for use in an Anti-Aircraft role, which was mounted to an armored vehicle platform.[1]
  • Because the pan magazine on the DP28 was prone to jamming and malfunction, which limited its rate of fire, in 1946 Vasily Degtyaryov decided to manufacture a belt-fed version of DP-28 which was designated RP-46. The RP-46 could still feed from old DP pan magazines by removing its feeding system.
  • Further experimentation with the DP28 design resulted in the DPM-36. The standard pan magazine has been replaced by a box magazine, and a Maxim belt-fed variants. A paratrooper variant also had a bayonet lug attached, and a shorter barrel.[2]
  • The experimental Kubynov Hopper-Fed DP-28 was developed after the Japanese invasion of Manchuria and the Soviet-Japan border skirmish. Copying the feeding mechanism from captured Japanese Type 11 machineguns, they replaced the cumbersome pan magazine of the DP28 with a detachable hopper, which the operator could refill from 5-round stripper clips. However, the hopper mechanism is vulnerable to dust and dirt ingress.[3]
  • Some of the players dubbed her "Tachanka" from Rainbow Six Siege, in which he equips a deployable DP28 machine gun as main weapon.[4]