KHIMKI (Moscow Region), (Sputnik) – Russian arms maker Kalashnikov presented on Tuesday a new collection of hunting clothes Baikal.
"All world’s biggest firearms manufacturers – Blaser, Remington, Browning, Holland & Holland – have their own lines of hunting clothes… We found the best manufacturer in Russia and created the product demanded in the market," Alexei Krivoruchko, the CEO of Kalashnikov Concern, said at the presentation of the collection.
The sales of the Baikal clothes will start in fall 2016. The average price for a full hunting outfit will be about 25,000 rubles (about $400).
Kalashnikov Concern was created in August 2013 through a merger of Russia’s Izhmash and Izhmekh companies. It produces automatic and sniper combat weapons, guided artillery ammunition and a wide range of civilian products, from hunting shotguns and sporting rifles to tools and tool-making equipment.