|The actual AR-$15B unit is somewhere beneath the photo released by Musk|
A prototype was available during the press conference but no photos were allowed.
Musk announced that proprietary, auto-pilot software makes it impossible for the person holding the AR-$15B to shoot people with higher social credit scores.
While demonstrating the product, the AR-$15B jumped when touched by a CNN journalist and shot the stringer hired by Fox in their smartphone. Sadly, the stringer was carrying his smartphone in his breast pocket.
Elon Musk said that the programming feature that caused the issue had already been identified by engineers and updated software was being downloaded, even as he was speaking.
Reporters for Outdoor Life suggested that most outdoorsmen will find the 600 Watt, SolarCity panel which powers the AR-$15B too top-heavy and unwieldy to be useful in the field although the Tesla lithium-ion battery could be useful for starting fires.
California legislature immediately approved the $15 Billion Musk said he needed to fully productionize the product.