The Neugodov submachine gun (name conjectural) was a high-capacity submachine gun designed by A.S. Neugodov, S.B. Martynov, A.B. Khinikadze and N.N. Denysov in 1997 and intended to be manufactured by TsNIITochMash in prototype form only.
This submachine gun was likely intended to be used by law enforcement and special forces usage. It was designed by a team led by A.S. Neugodov but likely never left the prototype stage. It is unclear if any weapons were produced.
This weapon is in the bullpup configuration and features a 100-round triple stack box magazine. The weapon uses delayed blowback to reduce the rate of fire. The firing pin is said to play a part in the weapon's feed mechanism.