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Syrian militia showed "exemplary" lattice screens on the BMP-1

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Militias of the pro-government organization "Nubbol-Zahra", fighting with terrorists in the province of Deir ez-Zor, got at their disposal a BMP-1 with lattice screens, reports Messenger of Mordovia.




The combat vehicle presented in the photo “aroused admiration from everyone, even biased military experts,” the author of the material Lev Romanov writes.

According to experts, "protivokumulyativnye screens are made at the highest level."

They note that this quality of work can even be envied by professional military from more industrialized countries.

As a result, the “unit” received reliable circular protection of the corps and towers from the most common anti-tank grenades in the Syrian theater of operations.

Earlier, an armored personnel carrier (BTR-80), which was in service with government troops, was seen with similar screens.
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  1. Lord of the Sith
    Lord of the Sith 23 November 2017 13: 02 New
    +7
    Well, they can be called militias with a stretch. Rather, the forces supporting the government.
    1. Jedi
      Jedi 23 November 2017 13: 11 New
      +6
      The Syrian Kulibins and Lefthanders do not cease to amaze in the good sense of the word. good
      1. Uncle lee
        Uncle lee 23 November 2017 13: 19 New
        +7
        Quote: Jedi
        don't stop surprising

        How effective are these screens in a real battle against anti-tank systems?
        1. Going
          Going 23 November 2017 13: 23 New
          +8
          Any means of survival are used, if they had more effective protection, they would use it, and so everything is at hand means.
        2. Jedi
          Jedi 23 November 2017 13: 28 New
          +3
          Volodya, it’s better to ask the specialists in armored vehicles ...
    2. destination
      destination 23 November 2017 13: 18 New
      +3
      And then what is it over Ukrainians, I remember, everyone laughed? So, isn’t it so useless?
      1. jjj
        jjj 23 November 2017 13: 52 New
        +1
        Here they borrowed the idea
      2. Alexey RA
        Alexey RA 23 November 2017 14: 45 New
        +2
        Quote: destination
        And then what is it over Ukrainians, I remember, everyone laughed? So, isn’t it so useless?

        And so they laughed that not all screens are equally useful.
        Here is an effective factory-developed screen:

        The profile and material of the elements, the distance between them and the distance from the screen to the armor - all this is not taken from the bay-floundering, but specially calculated.

        And here is the Ukrainian craft, which was laughed at:
        1. APASUS
          APASUS 23 November 2017 20: 26 New
          +1
          Quote: Alexey RA
          And here is the Ukrainian craft,

          Yes, it’s full of such kindness.





  2. Vik66
    Vik66 23 November 2017 13: 27 New
    +4
    The screen is too close to the armor - the cumulative stream has the strength to burn through the "armor" of the BMP. On tanks, this can still be rolled, on lighter equipment with thin armor - hardly. The minimum distance from the screen to the armor is 40 cm.
    And so - yes, it is executed accurately, the screens are made in sections, recline and stiffeners outward, correctly.
    1. NKVD
      NKVD 23 November 2017 13: 48 New
      +2
      The task of such screens is not to undermine the projectile before meeting with the armor but to break it down to undermine the charge. In addition, there is a high probability that the screen will deflect the projectile from the flight axis and the jet will go up or down without causing significant damage to equipment and crew.
      1. Vik66
        Vik66 23 November 2017 16: 25 New
        0
        Yeah, such a lattice shell breaks, yes! laughing
        Especially with the tandem warhead.
        1. prodi
          prodi 23 November 2017 17: 56 New
          +1
          very great hope for the beginning of the process of destruction of the most cumulative funnel of ammunition before the fuse. Against the tandem is useless, and against the pin for detonation too
        2. NKVD
          NKVD 24 November 2017 19: 06 New
          0
          Your sarcasm is unnecessary, in Grozny a shot from a fly flew to the VOVD location but fell between the bars of an iron fence. The rods of course bent but there was no charge detonation and the shot was severely deformed by a cumulative funnel. Even if there had been an explosion there would have been no jet as such .
    2. Alexey RA
      Alexey RA 23 November 2017 17: 54 New
      +1
      Quote: Vik66
      The screen is too close to the armor - the cumulative stream will have the strength to burn through the "armor" of the BMP. On tanks, this can still be rolled, on lighter equipment with thin armor - hardly.

      So the task of the current screens does not include the premature operation of the fuse and the assignment of the point of formation of the cumulative jet from the armor - with the current cumulative PSU this is technically impossible (screens would have to be taken too far).
      The task of the lattice cutting screen is to destroy the cumulative funnel before the fuse detonates or to break the fuse chain (this is for RPG-7 grenades).
  3. Evil 55
    Evil 55 23 November 2017 13: 32 New
    +1
    Dark Barmalei think about death, normal, competent people, about a long and happy life .. That is why the desire for security, and competent technical solutions at a high level.
  4. Livonetc
    Livonetc 23 November 2017 13: 51 New
    0
    BMP under sail.
  5. Stegosaurus Brontosaurus
    Stegosaurus Brontosaurus 23 November 2017 13: 52 New
    0
    According to experts, "anti-cumulative screens are made at the highest level." They note that professional military personnel from more industrialized countries can even envy such quality of work.


    What is the technological complexity of such a grid?
    1. Alexey RA
      Alexey RA 23 November 2017 17: 55 New
      0
      Quote: Stegosaurus Brontosaurus
      What is the technological complexity of such a grid?

      Material, profile, distances. It is possible to make the lattice so that instead of destroying the kuma, on the contrary, it will undermine it. smile
  6. John_f
    John_f 23 November 2017 14: 03 New
    0
    even in DZ did not think of "dressing".
    1. Alexey RA
      Alexey RA 23 November 2017 19: 30 New
      0
      If 4C24 is taken as a DZ, why not? wink
  7. nivander
    nivander 23 November 2017 14: 51 New
    0
    they are in the "Mad Max" spied
  8. Ratmir_Ryazan
    Ratmir_Ryazan 23 November 2017 22: 50 New
    0
    To say this, you need to check the practice !!! They would have shown this infantry fighting vehicle after firing at it from an ATGM or with an RPG, then yes, and it wasn’t very good, they were too close to the infantry fighting vehicle itself, I think this option is not effective ...
  9. raif
    raif 24 November 2017 03: 56 New
    0
    to all lovers of neighing over NATO, attention - NATO equipment in Iraq and Afghanistan is also hung with bars! gallery - the sea, I am enclosing one, it shows several of their cars "in bars" at once. anyone interested - find more. but do not consider them fools - it was they who launched this mod. and, by the way, Jews also do not disdain "beds" from time to time, but are made at a high technological level.