On the December 17, at the Kalashnikov Museum and Exhibition Complex of Small Arms the exhibition "Following the traces of the "Brezhnev collection" was opened. For the first time, the general public is able to see a unique hunting arsenal of top party leaders. In the late 1980s, State Repository for Precious Metals of the USSR received a large collection of hunting weapons that belonged to the country's top Soviet and party leaders. With the Dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991, the collection was divided and transferred for storage to the arms plants of Tula, Kovrov and Izhevsk.
The new exhibition "Scarlet Shoulder Marks" was opened in the Kalashnikov Museum and Exhibition Complex of Small Arms on December 3.
The new temporary exposition devoted to collectible guns.
From September 15 to October 4, the Kalashnikov Museum and Exhibition Complex of Small Arms is presenting a unique project: the exhibition of highly-artistic guns design "Golden Burin 2020". The uniqueness of this project is that it is also a competition. Visitors to the Kalashnikov Museum will be able to evaluate the work of the contestants and help to decide the winners.
An overview exhibition "Izhevsk the Defensive. The past and the present" opens on the eve of the Gunsmith Day at the M.T. Kalashnikov Museum and Exhibition Complex of Small Arms.
The stock exhibition «Reflection of Talent» dedicated to the 70th anniversary of birth of famous weapons designer Gennady Nikolayevich Nikonov was opened in the Kalashnikov Museum and Exhibition Complex of Small Arms on August 1.
The new exhibition “Museum Rarities” presenting rare weapons samples from two closed collections opened on July, 23 in the Kalashnikov Museum and Exhibition Complex of Small Arms.
Military uniforms of different epochs, means of communication, respirators, parts of military ammunition, weapons and personal things of Soviet soldiers and officers can be seen at the exhibition “Ready to Fight”. It was opened in the Kalashnikov Museum and Exhibition Complex of Small Arms on the eve of the Day of Military Honour of Russia.
The guests arrived and the ceremony began. Two “armed agents” were opening the new exhibition observing the guests of the museum. From to time they made contact asking about the hero of the ceremony who was turning 70. Why do they call him the Viking of Izhevsk? What’s Yarygin’s military rank? And the main question is: what’s the secret of his success?