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Watchdog Tatarstan fired in the Caspian Sea

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The guard rocket ship "Tatarstan" (project 11661K) carried out combat shooting in the waters of the Caspian Sea. This was announced by the head press service Southern Military District Vadim Astafiev. According to Colonel Astafyev, the Republic of Kazakhstan "Tatarstan" during the training and combat training carried out the defeat of the conditional enemy.


In addition, the ship tested tactical techniques and methods of using various types of naval weapons.

Watchdog Tatarstan fired in the Caspian Sea


In particular, shipborne artillery calculations carried out firing with the use of such artillery weapons as AK-630M, AU AK-176M. An anti-aircraft missile and artillery complex "Palash" was used.

The Tatarstan missile ship is a combat component of the Caspian flotilla Russian Navy. It was launched in 1993. At the same time, it joined the fleet in 2003. In 2014, he went through repair and modernization procedures.

Some TTX: maximum speed 28 knots, cruising range - up to 5 thousand nautical miles, autonomy - up to 20 days, full displacement - about 2 thousand tons.
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  1. Uncle lee
    Uncle lee 13 March 2018 06: 02
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    Let them shoot, training has not hurt anyone!
    1. Tiksi-3
      Tiksi-3 13 March 2018 08: 30
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      Quote: Uncle Lee
      Let them shoot

      Thanks for permission.... lol
  2. Lynx33
    Lynx33 13 March 2018 06: 58
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    But what about calibers, they didn’t shoot at calibers, and now a handful of terrorists are sad somewhere. negative
    1. Tiksi-3
      Tiksi-3 13 March 2018 08: 31
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      Quote: Lynx33
      But what about calibers

      but they are not there ... did not know ?? belay .... materiel in your hands !!
  3. raw174
    raw174 13 March 2018 07: 20
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    Shooting is good! But as a topic, it’s dead ... At such a pace we will soon discuss the firing of a soldier Ivanov, at a moving target from AK-12 ...