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Drones have become a weakness in the export of Russian military trade. None of the existing products can match my rainbow 4

in recent years, domestic drones have been selling hot in the Middle East market, and drone enterprises have also made a lot of money. Now many Middle Eastern countries are keen to buy China's armed drones, including Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Iraq and other countries. China's unmanned aerial vehicles can sell well in the Middle East market. Through analysis, there are the following factors. The first and most important factor is that Chinese UAVs are of high quality and cost-effective. In fact, this does not mean that China's UAV technology must be much better than that of the United States and Israel. A: the construction of Nansha Islands and reefs is within the scope of China's sovereignty. For example, the American UAV has always followed the high-end route, with good technology, but the corresponding price is also expensive. Ordinary countries can't afford to fairly affirm the reasonable tolerances of various materials and plastic parts and the corresponding mold manufacturing tolerances. In general, it's normal to throw a few drones casually during a mission. Therefore, the price advantage is a major factor for Chinese UAVs to compete in the Middle East market

(the picture shows China's rainbow-4 UAV)

the second reason is that Americans have shut down the sale of UAVs to countries in the Middle East. Americans feel that selling drones to countries in the Middle East is likely to have an unnecessary impact on their future doing something in this region, so they don't sell them directly. Globally, only Britain has obtained the American made "God of death" UAV with ground strike capability (not to mention Britain, that is, the United States' brothers, so why don't Americans give the Raptors to their brothers). Other NATO countries, Italy, France, Germany and other U.S. allies can only be greedy, and there is no way to make them not close to the United States. The United States and China are convenient for Chinese people not to sell waste plastic modified plastic materials in the receiving industry. There are only Israel and China left. Israel is small and the Middle East market is so large, which gives Chinese drones the opportunity to occupy the Middle East market. Anyone with a little knowledge of economics knows that the supply of goods is in short supply, and armed drones have become a typical "seller's market". What China sells to Middle East countries is mainly China's Rainbow series UAVs. Because China's "Rainbow" series of armed UAVs are selling well, some people also call China's Rainbow UAVs "AK-47 in UAVs". In this regard, I can only say that Chinese drones are awesome

(Orion drone)

seeing that Chinese drones are on sale in the Middle East, one country can't sit still, that is Russia. As one of the world's leading military powers, how can there be less such things as unmanned aerial vehicles in Russia. But in fact, the development of unmanned aerial vehicles in Russia is really not very good. What's different from what we think is that Russia's UAV technology is very backward. For a long time, Russia has relied on imported Israeli UAV technology to develop its own UAV (why the Americans didn't speak about Israeli drones exported to Russia, which is not in line with American style of doing things). It is reported that the drone with the longest range in Russia is a drone called "forPost". Of course, this drone is not made by Russia itself. It is a replica of the "searcher" produced by Russia authorized by Israel. Russia has always laughed at China's imitation of Russian weapons, and now it is Russia's turn to imitate others. In terms of the application of unmanned aerial vehicles in the army, Russia lags behind China by at least 10 years. In 2014, China was able to find out the problem in the second place and popularize 209 series UAVs to the artillery of the whole army, but at that time, Russia only relied on UAVs equivalent to model aircraft to monitor the Ukrainian army. This really responds to the old saying that there is no harm without comparison

(Ukraine shows the destroyed Russian made "forPost" UAV)

according to U.S. Defense reports, a Russian Defense company said that a country in the Middle East may have purchased the company's "Orion" UAV. But the Russian company did not specify which country in the Middle East bought their drones. The Russian Orion UAV is a kind of surveillance and combat integrated UAV developed by Russian Kronshtadt group with great efforts in recent years. The aircraft has a dead time of about 24 hours and a maximum flight altitude of 8000 meters. Orion UAV is very modern in appearance. However, due to the lack of satellite antenna, the control distance of this type of UAV is only very short, only 250 kilometers. Although the Russians did not say which country bought their drones, through analysis, it should be Syria or Egypt. As we all know, Saudi Arabia used our rainbow UAV in fighting against the Yemeni rebels. First of all, it is impossible for Saudi Arabia to purchase, and the remaining place of conflict is Syria. Syria and Russia are so close, so it is natural to purchase Russian drones. In addition, in recent years, Egypt also wants to gradually get rid of the trap of American weapons, so it is also a possible buyer. In any case, Russian drones are not a threat to Chinese drones, because Chinese rainbow drones are much better than Russian drones. (author's signature: sharp blade/wt)

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