The place looks like a bit like Urban Outfitters for armed nationalist struggle.
The Ukrainian border guard service reported over the weekend that the unnamed 25-year-old had been arrested with an arsenal of weapons and explosives including rocket launchers and Kalashnikov assault rifles in his vehicle.
Investigators searching the suspect's apartment in a Paris suburb found Kalashnikovs, a submachine gun, bomb-making equipment, and fake passports.
The gunman, identified as a 26-year-old Moroccan, was known to French intelligence agencies. Police searching his bags found several other weapons and razor blades.
"Warfare is a bloody, horrific, painful thing and it should always be so."
In a glitzy ad-campaign, Kalashnikov recast its classic AK models and other products not as the weapons of al Qaeda or Russian soldiers invading Crimea, but as a tool to fight oppression. An arms critic called the branding "utterly disrespectful."
In February, Khamis Gewargis Khamis left his wife and kids to fight for the Assyrian Christian militia.
Instability in Libya is forcing desperate migrants to place their lives in the hands of unreliable and often violent smugglers, and prompting civilian groups to respond to the dangers they face.
The AK-47 is possibly the most recognizable weapon on earth, and it's getting a new logo and ad campaign.