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UVZ developed for India self-propelled caliber NATO

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The corporation "Uralvagonzavod" developed for the Ministry of Defense of India self-propelled artillery installation under the caliber of NATO, reports Rossiyskaya Gazeta.




There was interest in India in such a development. Such a self-propelled artillery installation in the NATO caliber - 155 millimeters - we have,
said the general director of the corporation Alexander Potapov.

The base for the combat vehicle was the "Msta-S". The gun passed all preliminary tests and is ready for delivery. Earlier, the corporation reported that it plans to gradually transfer, within the framework of the “Make in India” program, documentation for joint production of ACS.

Now the company is awaiting the decision of Indian partners.

The press service of UVZ explained that “the caliber of the gun is the main and, perhaps, the only difference between the 2S19M1-155 self-propelled guns and the 2S-19M2 Msta-S vehicle, and the rest of the self-propelled guns are almost identical: the chassis from tank T-90, armored artillery tower, a powerful weapon. "

Inside the turret there is an artillery conveyor, “in the trays of which 50 high-explosive, armor-piercing, cluster ammunition or laser-corrected ammunition are placed,” the company said.

“This does not just facilitate the work of the artillery crew, but sets the rate of fire at ten rounds per minute - the“ Fire raid ”mode is implemented: a gun from different angles simultaneously launches a line of ten shells. It’s simply impossible to survive with such a blow, ”the press service added.
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NPK "Uralvagonzavod"
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  1. NEXUS
    NEXUS April 20 2018 13: 45
    +3
    Since the 90s, Hindus have been supporting our military-industrial complex not only morally ... it’s another question that cunning traders are trading.
    1. Vitaly Anisimov
      Vitaly Anisimov April 20 2018 13: 51
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      We’ll at least develop and deliver them .. Just to pay!

      we’ll even decorate with flowers and the generals will dance .. heh heh
  2. aszzz888
    aszzz888 April 20 2018 13: 51
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    There was interest in India in such a development. Such a self-propelled artillery installation in the NATO caliber - 155 millimeters - we have,

    Indulge the Hindus ...
    1. NEXUS
      NEXUS April 20 2018 13: 52
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      Quote: aszzz888
      Indulge the Hindus ...

      No thanks ...
      1. aszzz888
        aszzz888 April 20 2018 13: 53
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        NEXUS (Andrey) Today, 13: 52 Not for thanks ...

        Twist the nose, and buy from the South Koreans ...
        1. just exp
          just exp April 20 2018 14: 11
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          By the way, yes, they seem to be buying from the UK already. and even deliveries have already begun. and assembly in India is also present.
  3. iliitchitch
    iliitchitch April 20 2018 13: 53
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    It seems that the Indians and Russian weapons are incompatible, Msta doesn’t sing or dance with us.
    This nrandra is too stupid for them. When this brahmana is thrown off, then they scratch themselves while we are silent.
    You need cranks, for example, 530mm from the wheel boom, but no question. Barrel and app. wheels let other castes drag along your tundra.
  4. Coconut
    Coconut April 20 2018 13: 55
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    By the caliber of NATO ... (who said that India is our ally ..?), But I understand ours to sell at least somewhere .. so that we don’t miss it, given our friendly relations with China and not very friendly relations between China and India .... recourse
  5. LAWNER
    LAWNER April 20 2018 14: 03
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    Keeping all your eggs in one basket when you don’t produce weapons is stupid. The political situation is changing. Turkey has F-16s full, and there is no one to replace street pilots in a coup. Americans don’t give instructors.
  6. tracer
    tracer April 20 2018 14: 09
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    Well, "Wiman" is a golem ...
  7. evil partisan
    evil partisan April 20 2018 14: 23
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    It used to be like Uraltransmash (plant No. 50) was engaged in self-propelled guns, but here UVZ ... what Even I lagged behind life. We must get out of the dusk more often ... recourse
  8. Cympak
    Cympak April 20 2018 16: 09
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    So, however, the Indians held a contest. In which the 2S19M1-155 self-propelled guns lost to the Korean K9 Thunder self-propelled guns.
    https://tehnowar.ru/19939-rossiyskaya-samohodnaya
    -gaubica-msta-s-na-ispytaniyah-v-indii.html

    The self-propelled gun 2S19M1-155 Msta-S manufactured by Uralvagonzavod NPK OJSC was presented to Rosoboronexport OJSC at the last stage of the Indian Army’s endless tender for the selection of 155-mm / 52 self-propelled howitzers on a tracked chassis. The latest intentions of the Indian army include the direct purchase of 100 systems from the manufacturer with the subsequent organization of the licensed construction of up to 400 self-propelled guns in India.

    At the last stage of the tender, the only competitor for the 2S19M1-155 Msta-S was the South Korean 155-mm / 52 self-propelled howitzer Samsung-Techwin K9 Thunder. OJSC Rosoboronexport acted in partnership with the Indian state-owned enterprise Ordnance Factory Board (OFB), and Samsung-Techwin in partnership with the Indian private group Larsen & Toubro.

    Both proposed self-propelled guns underwent firing in India in the spring of 2013, followed by "field" tests in the desert in Rajasthan in mid-2013 and in Sikkim in the Himalayas in late 2013 and early 2014. "

    And as a result ....
    https://bmpd.livejournal.com/3154434.html
    "In October 2015, the South Korean Samsung Techwin's 155-mm / 52 K9 self-propelled howitzer was announced by the Indian Ministry of Defense as the winner of a two-decade process to select a self-propelled artillery system of this caliber for the Indian army. Samsung Techwin has been participating in this tender since 2012 in partnership with Indian group Larsen & Toubro. It was argued that at the final field tests in India in 2014, the K9 surpassed its main competitor, the Russian self-propelled howitzer Msta-SM in export version of 155 mm caliber. "
  9. Cympak
    Cympak April 20 2018 16: 23
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    Those. developed ACS 2S19M1-155 more than 5 years ago. We managed to participate in the Indian competition with her, lose .... and the general director of the corporation, Alexander Potapov, it turns out, is not in the know .....
  10. Old26
    Old26 April 21 2018 11: 02
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    Quote: Cympak
    Those. developed ACS 2S19M1-155 more than 5 years ago. We managed to participate in the Indian competition with her, lose .... and the general director of the corporation, Alexander Potapov, it turns out, is not in the know .....

    No matter how much. I probably heard about this 10-15 years ago and not in the context of India. It was developed for sale to countries with 155 mm artillery, and not specifically for India
  11. Lexa-149
    Lexa-149 April 21 2018 14: 57
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    She’s three hundred years old at lunch.