Russian military-grade 'Robot Dog' proven FAKE

Russian military-grade ‘Robot Dog’ proven FAKE

An RPG-26 rocket launcher was mounted on this Ninja Robot Dog, which was the star of Russia’s Army-22 trade show. In order to demonstrate Russia’s military capabilities, a RPG-26 rocket launcher was attached to the robot.

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It can transport weapons and ammunition and fire them during combat, according to Russian state news agency RIA Novosti.

It was soon apparent that the dog was fake, according to tech fans.

In reality, the robot underneath the Ninja facade was premade and the rocket launcher was added later.

It is the Unitree Go 1, which can be purchased via Alibaba and the United States.

Russia’s ‘fake’ robot gun dog

Russia has unveiled a robotics dog with an anti-tank rocket launcher strapped on its back
A robotics dog with an anti-tank rocket launcher strapped on its back

A robotics dog with an anti-tank rocket launcher strapped on its back was exhibited at Russia’s annual Army-2022 international arms expo on Monday. The dog’s creator boasted of its capacity to carry and shoot weapons.

The M-81 robot dog was armed with an RPG-26 anti-tank rocket launcher and an optical aiming system. Its overall chassis and sensors resembled the Go1 companion robot.

The quadruped, known as the M-81 Complex, was demonstrated walking, lying down, and rotating in a video that was released by Russians.

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