A Russian Company Has Been Developed the Smallest Electronic Gun Against Light Drones

MOSCOW, (BM) – ZALA Aero company of Kalashnikov Concern created REX-2 electronic gun against light drones, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.

The new REX-2 option was presented at Army-2019 forum. It is the smallest in the world gun to fight drones, Rostec said.

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The REX-2 anti-drone gun is equipped with three signal suppression modules for 2.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz frequencies as well as for satellite navigation signal suppression. According to the company, the frequencies can be changed depending on the customer’s demand. The REX-2 has a battery life of 3 hours. It also has a battery level indicator.

This anti-drone gun features a top Picatinny rail for mounting optics as well as rail sections on the left side and bottom of the forearm for attaching various accessories.

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The demonstrated samples of REX-2 are completely equipped with FAB Defense accessories to include the stock, pistol grip, forward angled grip, and the grip-mounted Podium bipod.

ZALA Aero is one of the Kalashnikov Concern’s subsidiary companies specialized in the development and production of unmanned aerial vehicles and anti UAV measures.

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