Vladimirov Semyon( Designer, inventor of Russia's arms.)
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Biography Vladimirov Semyon
Born in Moscow in the family of the railway
. Special education in the Ivanovo-Voznesensky Mechanics and Technical College, . who graduated in 1913, . then worked as a fitter, . mechanic, . technician, designer and foreman at the factories of Yaroslavl and Petrograd, . in the mines and the mines of Siberia and the Far East,
During the Civil War Vladimirov took part in the struggle for the establishment of Soviet power in the Altai. In a partisan Rogov it in 1919. organized a workshop for repairing firearms and bladed weapons.
In 1920, Mr.. with the partisan detachment joined the Red Army, where he served until 1922
After demobilization he entered the Tula Arms Plant and quickly worked his way to a fitter-lekalschika to senior design engineer.
In 1930. Vladimirov developed trenozhny universal machine gun under the Maxima system, put into service in 1931.
In 1932, Mr.. based on the 7.62-mm machine gun ShKAS created a 12.7-mm heavy machine gun LUBAK, that by replacing the barrel could be turned into a 20-mm cannon. In the same year, Vladimirov, together with C. A. Yartseva constructed to handle reloading machine gun PV-1.
In 1934, Mr.. in connection with the organization of the production of machine guns on ShVAK Kovrov of weapons-machine-gun factory moved in the carpet.
In 1939, Mr.. he founded one of the most successful at that time, construction 14.5-mm anti-tank rifle.
During the Great Patriotic War, develops 7.62-mm machine gun DBS and 20-mm aircraft gun APV.
The fruitful work of Vladimir during the Great Patriotic War ended with the establishment of the infantry gun PCU.
Later Vladimirov, together with the designer GP. Markov developed a pair of anti-aircraft. For works on creation of new types of weapons with. V. Vladimirov was awarded the State Prize of the USSR, he was awarded the Order of the Patriotic War of 1 degree and the Red Banner of Labor, the medal "For the victory over Germany in the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945..