Rk-96 Savage II
Manufacturer OKB Ryaka Corporation
Primary users Soviet Union
Status Active
Developed from Rk-92 Savage
Variants Rk-96M Savage II
Rk-96MK Savage II
Rk-96bis Savage II

The Rk-96 Savage II is a second-generation Arm Slave operated by the Soviet Union and Amalgam.


With the Rk-92 Savage growing old, the Soviet Union modified the body and installed new equipment to keep it in use. Like the Rk-92, the Rk-96 Savage II is a mass-produced Arm Slave and is popular with terrorist organizations. While the Rk-02 "Scepter" has entered service, the Rk-96 "Savage II" is more popular and far more common.

Operational History

Front line Soviet Army unit; a common Arm Slave in the hands of terrorist organizations. The Rk-96 "Savage II" is the successor to the Rk-92, with additional armor, newer weapons, and a more powerful engine.


Rk-96bis Savage II
General characteristics

  • Crew: 1
  • Height: 8.2 meters
  • Weight: 12.6 tons
  • Power Source: Gas turbine engine, Klimov GTD-1250, 1250kW/1650hp


  • Maximum Operation Time: 220 Hours
  • Top Speed: 140 km/h
  • Maximum Jump: 25 meters


  • 2x DSshk 14.5mm machine gun

Optional Armaments

  • Loginov BK-545 37mm Rifle
  • Grushin AT-16 "Spawn"(M)
  • Zeya B3M "Groum" HEAT Hammer



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