|Full name||Автоматический пистолет Стечкина ("Avtomaticheskyy pistolet Stechkina", Stechkin's Automatic Pistol)|
|Country of origin||Soviet Union|
|Manufacturer||Vytatsky Polyany Machine-Building Plant "Molot"|
|Faction||Griffin & Kryuger|
|Voice actor||Kitamura Eri|
|Artist||鳗鱼子 (Original Artist);|
_椿日_ (Neural Upgrade, Miss Camellia's Special Service, Brilliance of the Peach Blossoms)
|Released on||CN (斯捷奇金), TW (斯捷奇金), KR (스테츠킨), EN, JP (スチェッキン)|
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The Stechkin automatic pistol or APS (Russian: Автоматический Пистолет Стечкина) is a Soviet selective fire machine pistol designed by Igor Stechkin. It was designed to serve as a replacement for the larger and bulkier submachine guns used during the Second World War, and was one of the last pistols in the world designed to incorporate a combined stock and holster.
Entering into the Cold War, the Soviet Union sought to adopt a compact personal defense weapon similar to the M1/M2 carbines used by the US. The idea behind the personal defense weapon concept was for a weapon that would be given to army personal that couldn't/shouldn't carry full size combat rifles such as vehicle crews/officers, in order to free up rifle inventory for frontline troops. Igor Stechkin's automatic pistol design underwent development throughout the 1940s, and was finalized at the beginning of the 1950s.
Initially, the APS was designed to chamber the 7.62×25mm Tokarev cartridge, which was in standard use with the Soviet Red Army at the time. However, Stechkin later redesigned the pistol to accept the new 9×18mm caliber round used in the recently adopted Makarov pistol, as it became clear that this cartridge was set to become the new service ammunition for handguns/submachine guns of the Soviet military.
The APS is capable of both semi-automatic and fully automatic fire, as it was intended to replace full-auto submachine guns like the PPSh-41 and PPS-43. The fire selector is located above the grip on the left side of the slide. This toggles the gun between semi and fully automatic mode and also functions as the weapon's safety. To assist with controlling the weapon during automatic fire, the APS is designed to be fired with a detachable stock, made of either wood or Polyresin/bakelite. The stock itself also functions as the pistol's holster as well as a place to store repair/cleaning kits. The APS's rate of fire is kept in check by a built-in rate reducer located behind the magazine housing, and the barrel of the APS is fixed to the frame to achieve a higher mechanical accuracy. The pistol is fed by 20 round capacity double stack magazines and is capable of firing at a rate around 600 rounds per minute.
In 1951, the Stechkin was introduced into the Soviet military arsenal in short numbers. However, it was quickly phased out of service due to reports that it was awkward and uncomfortable to fire even with its shoulder stock, as well as lack of stopping power. APS pistols were put into storage shortly after being decommissioned, and the role of a small PDW-type weapon was eventually fulfilled by the AKS-74U. Around the same time that the AKS-74U was being rolled out to Soviet troops, a number of APS pistols were retrofitted with extended and threaded barrels, to improve accuracy and allow compatibility with a suppressor. These refitted APS handguns are known as the APSB and they were used by various Spetznats units.
For a doll that represents a handgun, Stechkin is relatively tall when compared to some of the other HG dolls. Using her pistol in hand as a reference (assuming it is drawn to scale), Stechkin is estimated to be around 150cm tall. Her shiny raven hair is long and reaches her knees, and she sports a signature lightning bolt-shapde 'ahoge' (Idiot hair, or Cowlick). This ahoge even became her exclusive MOD3 equipment.
Aside from changes in art style due to being drawn by a different artist, post neural upgrade Stechkin received a different hue to her long hair, with it now being more purple in color. In terms of outfit and attire, she now carries more tactical equipment along with her weapon. The pistol itself also appears to have undergone extensive modernization refits. The wooden stock has also been replaced, and is now of a lighter-weight polymer construction. However, the new modern-looking stock does not appear to be hollow, which means it can no longer function as the weapon's holster.
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- Stechkin is known for her love for money. She would do anything to rake in money, be it through rightful or unjustful method.
- In one occasion, she sold the base supplies to black market.
- She scammed HG P38P38 , HG HK45HK45 , and SMG Spectre M4Spectre M4 to pay for HG Desert EagleDesert Eagle booking fee, which was actually free. The trio got enraged after learning the truth from the instructor herself.
- HG M950AM950A need to pay her the standard Griffin overtime fee just to switch duty with her.
- She tried to sell the wedding dress assigned to her by RF Carcano M1891Carcano M1891 which actually belong to the company.
- The collection of wedding dresses were obtained from an old mansion during The Photo Studio Mystery mission.
- Stechkin resembles a Universal Anything Services Waitress 3.0 model. A similar Doll named Ksenia participated in the Project Neural Cloud experiment in 2058, but since she isn't listed in the Griffin transfer file it is unconfirmed whether they are the same Doll. Ksenia's waitress outfit is however quite similar to Stechkin's Neural Upgrade costume.
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