Just two years after Russian defense contractor Zala Aero first unveiled REX-1 anti-drone system back in 2017, the Kalashnikov Concern subsidiary is back with an girthy update to its slick electronic rifle.

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The Russian gun maker of the AK-47 unveiled a brand new rifle on Monday called the AK-308, which it will demonstrate at the Army-2018 Forum on Tuesday.

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The Russian military plans on replacing its standard issue AK-74M rifle with the AK-12 and AK-15 developed by legendary Kalashnikov Concern, according to Military Times, citing Russian state-owned media.

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Kalashnikov Concern may be known for its ubiquitous and durable AK-47 assault rifle, but the Russian defense contractor’s been cooking up some other exciting weaponry and vehicles in recent months. A slick new handgun! A pop-up riot shield! Toy guns, even!

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Photo via Kalashnikov Concern/YouTube

In the decades since its ubiquitous AK-47 assault rifle became a staple of fighting forces across the world, legendary Russian weapons manufacturer Kalashnikov Concern has applied its engineering ingenuity to unusual military-grade technology, from unmanned tanks to autonomous gun systems to a clothing line. But now, Kalashnikov Concern is taking aim at the gadget we were promised as in the futuristic cities of tomorrow: the flying car.

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Photo via Kalashnikov Concern

While Kalashnikov is best known for its ubiquitous AK-47 assault rifle, the Russian state-owned weapons manufacturer has expanded its portfolio in recent years, from the AK-12 and AK-15 variant assault rifles eyed by Russia’s Ministry of Defense to the heavily-armored BAS-01G Soratnik combat vehicle, designed to learn and kill all by itself.

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