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The Baikal’s 57mm machine gun is remotely controlled.
According to Sputnik, the 57mm Baikal machine gun is intended to weaponize all types of weapons.
“The machine is currently undergoing initial testing and its design phase is nearing completion,” said Georgi Zakamenikh, general manager of the Borostenik Design Company.
Armata’s T-15 tank with AU-220M-Baikal machine gun will take part in the Victory Parade. In July 2019, it was announced that the 57mm Baikal remote control gun could be used to destroy drones.
The Armata tank is the latest major tank of the Russian Army Battlefield, unveiled in 2015. The tank was developed based on the armature body of the armature. By the end of 2020, about 2,300 units of the tank will be delivered to the Russian army.
The Armata tank has a completely different design than the previous Russian and Soviet tanks. The tank’s size is much larger, with unmanned turrets being used, and three tanks occupy the front of the body. According to experts, the tank could restore Russian armor.