Dmitry Tarasov, the general director of the Kalashnikov Group of Companies, described the purpose of the MP-155 Ultima smart gun, which is considered to be a "weapon for hipsters".
According to Tarasov, the purpose of the smart gun is to attract "generation Z hipsters" - individuals who "were born with gadgets and cannot imagine their lives without them."
"Going hunting is becoming more rare, even unusual today," he said.
In April 2020, Kalashnikov published a video on YouTube with the world's only model of this assault rifle.
In September 2019, the company published a video of the extreme test of the AK-74M assault rifle, demonstrating the weapon's ability to withstand a non-stop burst fire.
The MP-155 Ultima smart gun, developed on the basis of the classic MP-155 self-loading shotgun, is distinguished by its processor that can be used to train the shooter. The cost of this weapon is estimated at 100,000 rubles ($1,400).
Assistant to the head of Chechnya for the power bloc Apty Alaudinov thanked the Western partners of Ukraine for the weapons supplied to Kyiv. According to him, they are becoming trophy.