Chinese scientists announced the creation of a laser rifle

• Chinese scientists announced the creation of a laser rifle

China's achievements in recent years, more and more surprised. Representatives of Tarabya Academy of Sciences told recently about how the development of laser rifles are now being ZKZM-500, which looks no different (or not very different) from gunshot counterparts. At the same time, according to scientists and engineers, it can already trigger a nearly instantaneous charring of skin and inflammation of materials at distances up to 800 meters.

Chinese scientists announced the creation of a laser rifle Chinese scientists announced the creation of a laser rifle

At this point the rifle ZKZM-500 has already been completed, said Chinese scientists, in fact it has been fully tested and is actually ready to start serial production. Today it is about to deliver the first high-grade laser rifle to the police, and the police special forces to combat terrorist threats.

Chinese scientists announced the creation of a laser rifle

On the technical characteristics ZKZM-500 is still unknown for many. Developers report that the weapon weighs only 3.3 kilograms, it also can be used as an easel. If necessary, it can be mounted on the turrets of tanks, planes, helicopters and boats. laser weapon beam is invisible, but the most important thing is that ZKZM works silently without any kind of "additional funds", which requires a firearm. The cost of production of one sample - 15 thousand dollars.

Chinese scientists announced the creation of a laser rifle

The Chinese scientists have noted that so far none of the world's army and no power ministry did not use laser weapons-grade. In China, the project of individual laser rifles have been working for a long time. It is important to understand that the main reason for the inability of the laser weapon is its low effective power, as well as the need for an incredible source of energy. Nevertheless, the Chinese engineers claim that their creation is working on a common lithium-ion batteries.