The K-250 series is a family of Kalashnikov style rifles designed by Korinth Weapon Systems International. They are chambered in 5.56x45mm NATO, 7.62x51mm NATO and 9x19mm Parabellum. They are made out of polymers and stamped steel. They are partially based off the GRAD rifle and the GROZA rifle but mostly based off the Polish Wz. 2005 Jantar. They have extended gas tubes and barrel. They also feature a newly designed handguard. The K-250 magazine is held in place by the magazine well but also fits into a extremely small 1mm deep notch in the pistol grip. It also features 3 round burst fire, fully automatic fire and semi automatic fire. The K-251 is a 7.62 mm version withe the firing mechnism is moved forward and it removes the burst fire mode that the K-250 has only includong fully automatic and semi automatic fire. The K-252 is a 9mm variant with all the same features of the K-250 except the fire rate is increased from 750 rpm to 800 rpm.
The rifles are scheduled to enter service with the IDF in 2014 and with the Venezuelan Army in 2015.