Russia postponed the development of "smart bullet"

Russia has officially postponed the development of new self-guided munitions or “smart bullets,” according to reports from the Lenta.ru newspaper. Self-guided munitions or "smart bullets" are bullets that can adjust the trajectory, change the speed so that snipers can hit targets faster and with greater accuracy.

Self-guided munitions or "smart bullets" are bullets that can adjust the trajectory, change the speed so that snipers can hit targets faster and with greater accuracy.

A report released on December 9 states that the development of a new generation of Russian homing ammunition for sniper rifles was postponed indefinitely for technological reasons.

Meanwhile, the Russian news agency TASS in 2016 reported that the Russian Fund for Advanced Studies (FPI) began testing the “smart bullet”.

Later Sergei Abramov, director of the cluster of conventional weapons, ammunition and special chemistry Rostec, said that together with the laboratory FPI and the Central Scientific Research Institute of Precision Engineering (TSNIITOCHMASH) is developing smart bullets. It was planned that experimental samples will be released in the twenties.

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