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For the similarly named weapon in Insurgency: Modern Infantry Combat, see TOZ-87.

The WTOZ-194 is a pump-action shotgun manufactured by the Tula Arms Plant. Designed during the later years of the Soviet Union, the production of this firearm has started after the Soviet era in Russia, and since then it has gained a certain popularity within civilian shooters in Russia itself and in Europe, and is reported to be in use with some Russian Security forces.

The TOZ-194 is a conventional pump-action shotgun that feeds from a 7-rounds tube and chambers 70 mm shotgun shells ("Standard" 2​3⁄4" 12-gauge).

Insurgency Edit

TOZ
INS TOZ
General information
Inventory slotPrimary
Weapon classShotgun
Fire modesPump-action
OperatorsFac ins mono Insurgent Forces
Statistics
Damage
Damage36-18 x8 (288-144) (Buckshot)
288-40 (Slugs)
Drop start800 "36" (Buckshot)
800 "288" (Slugs)
Drop shift4500 "144" (Slugs)
Drop end2000 "18" (Buckshot)
9000 "40" (Slugs)
Max range ?5000
Rate of fire80
Ammunition
Reload timeLoaded: 0.67s+0.83s per shell
Empty Partial Reload: 1.43s+0.83s per shell
Empty Full Reload: 8.1s
Handling
Recoil
9.75-10.5
1.0
1.25
Spread1.6
General statistics
Suppression80%
Penetration100 "100"(Buckshot)
100 "650"(Slugs)
8000 "10" (Both)
Supply points ?1 Icon supply
Weight points ?160/640
Weight3.82kg
Length ?18

The TOZ is a shotgun featured in Insurgency.

Attachments Edit

Optics
Barrel
Siderail
Underbarrel
Ammo

Media Edit


Insurgency: Sandstorm Edit

TOZ-194
File:IS TOZ-194.png
General information
Inventory slotPrimary
Weapon classShotgun
Fire modesPump-action
OperatorsFac ins mono Insurgent Forces
Statistics
Damage
Rate of fire55 rpm
Ammunition
Velocity400 m/s
Handling
Recoil
Vertical42
Horizontal31
General statistics
Penetration160 pp
Supply points ?2
Weight16%

The TOZ-194 is a shotgun featured in Insurgency: Sandstorm.

Attachments Edit

Optics
Underbarrel
Barrel
Siderail
Ammo

Trivia Edit

Insurgency

  • The barrel of the TOZ is longer than that of the M590, thus slightly increasing its range and accuracy.

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