Russia Launches Kalashnikov Artificial Bullet Army Robot

Kalashnikov. Photo: AP – Russia has reportedly launched a bullet-proof robot that can walk and hold weapons in its giant claws.

Reporting from Sputnik, Wednesday (08/22/2018), the robot is rumored to be made from Kalashnikov. Who is also an AK-47 producer.

The robot can run and have space in the cabin so that people can sit and operate the robot. The person who controls the robot can move objects with his claws, including weapons.

The robot crew is guaranteed to be protected from attacks by bullets, debris and other dangerous objects behind armored glass and metal encasement.

The golden robot, named Igorek, is still under development. The manufacturer refused to reveal all its characteristics until the military robot project was completed.

Igorek will likely be used to enlarge the strength of the Russian army while providing protection from enemy military threats such as scenes in the movie Avatar.

From the Kalashnikov side, it is possible to cooperate with the Russian Military to develop the robot better.

Kalashnikovs themselves are producers of weapons, including assault rifles, Russia’s largest. To date, the company supplies about 95 percent of all small arms in Russia and supplies weapons in more than 27 countries around the world.