The American Military Watch Magazine reports that Russia was able to increase the production of Kh-47M2 Kinzhal hypersonic missiles by five times. This conclusion was made on the basis of a statement by the Ukrainian Minister of Defense Reznikov, who reported that the Russian Federation had at least 80 Kinzhals, while in January of this year the stocks of these missiles were estimated at 50 units.
Ukrainian sources said Russia has managed to increase missile production fivefold, producing 10 Kinzhals per month […] As production lines in Russia, in particular for missiles, operate at increased wartime output, production of more Kinzhals remains very possible
The magazine assumes that the Russian Federation has managed to multiply the production of "Daggers" by modernizing one of the lines producing missiles for the Iskander complex. MW emphasized that Russia uses its hypersonic Kh-47M2 rarely and only to destroy high-value targets. As you know, the last of them was the American Patriot air defense system.
The publication also notes that the Russian Federation can, in a fairly short time, increase the fleet of aircraft carrying Kh-47M2 "Dagger" MiG-31K / I missiles by putting into operation the stored aircraft.
The number of MiG-31Ks could also potentially rise rapidly due to Russia's massive stockpile of hundreds of MiG-31s, many of which only served a fraction of their useful lives before being put into storage after the end of the Cold War.
The magazine assumes that, despite the increase in the production of hypersonic missiles, their use in the Ukrainian conflict zone will remain very limited. MW assumes that Russia will stockpile "Daggers" in case of a direct confrontation with NATO.