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Rostec will present a sketch of small-caliber MLRS

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Concern "Tehmash" (included in Rostec) in the near future will submit to the Russian department a sketch of a promising small-caliber MLRS, report News.



According to the deputy general director of the concern Alexander Kochkin, the look of the newest salvo system has already been formed, so the company will soon come out with this proposal to the Ministry of Defense.

Currently, the management of "Tehmash" is already considering which enterprises and organizations can be involved in the development of the promising MLRS.

The first messages about the intention of Tehmash to create a new system appeared in March of this year.

Then Kochkin explained that we are talking about a robotized small-caliber salvo fire system, designed to fight helicopters, drones and ground targets.

He said that the MLRS will add to the last line of air defense, where at a distance of one and a half to three kilometers it will be able to shoot down enemy helicopters and UAVs.

The system using the remote control will be able to fire with specially designed 50-80 mm caliber missiles, including at night and in smoke conditions, Kochkin explained.

He added that the new MLRS will be equipped with automated systems for orientation and reloading, as well as a multi-channel guidance and fire control system.
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  1. Alexey-74
    Alexey-74 3 October 2018 12: 37
    +5
    That is, it creates the last last frontier - a solid screen for any attacking means. Not bad at all.
    1. Aleks2048
      Aleks2048 3 October 2018 13: 00
      -9
      Yes, it’s good when a covered object of really huge money costs or its tactical and / or strategic importance covers expenses on its defense not just several times, but hundreds of times (for example, a large ship, an over-the-horizon radar station or something like that), but no base in Hmeimim and indeed in Syria there is no such protection system.
      1. Piramidon
        Piramidon 3 October 2018 14: 54
        +4
        Quote: Alex2048
        but no base in Khmeimim and indeed in Syria is worth such a defense system.

        Do you measure everything with money? Do human lives cost you anything?
        1. Aleks2048
          Aleks2048 3 October 2018 16: 12
          -4
          Do you measure everything with money? Do human lives cost you anything?

          This war for Russia was originally about money and money is measured. No people in Syria mean anything to Russia. It is because of people like you that Russia cannot take advantage of the fruits of their victories, just like you always turn out to be worries for human lives, thereby justifying your officer illiteracy if not worse.
          1. Shurik70
            Shurik70 3 October 2018 22: 43
            +2
            80 mm is not such a "small" caliber. With a length of one meter (12 calibers), it will weigh 15 kilograms.
            Here 50 mm (matchbox width) already yes, with a length of 12 calibres no more than 5 kg. True, such a missile will not take a tank.
            But with one installation, several hundred missiles can be launched in one volley. Infantry and light armor in the affected area are destroyed guaranteed.
            Probably, they will call it "Fly Swatter". Or "Tapkom"
            laughing
      2. Yarhann
        Yarhann 4 October 2018 01: 57
        -1
        Yes, garbage is all complete. In such a caliber, you need to make an automatic gun and ammunition with remote detonation (programmable fuse), the same example. Derivation 57mm. Such equipment will be able to work effectively not only for air targets but also for infantry, machine gun and ATGM calculations, mortar points, etc., and if loaded with bops, the BMP will also be able to crush other carts.
        Moreover, derivation is also from the same Techmash.
    2. yehat
      yehat 4 October 2018 17: 38
      0
      I didn’t enter, why is this uber-wafer multi-channel?
      instead of a pepelatsa, which, like the T-35, "sweeps everything away" alone on the battlefield, it would be better to make the most simple machine that can efficiently, simply and cheaply kill one target.
  2. aszzz888
    aszzz888 3 October 2018 12: 41
    +1
    caliber 50-80 mm,

    ... only half an application can you comment on something ... request
    1. An60
      An60 3 October 2018 14: 17
      +3
      Of course, half a tokawa kaminaria is brain and crush.
      1. Andrey Yuryevich
        Andrey Yuryevich 3 October 2018 18: 34
        +2
        Quote: Alex2048
        justifying its officer illiteracy

        Quote: aszzz888
        only half an application can

        Quote: An60
        +2
        Of course, pauls tokawa kaminaria brain and

        Quote: Troll
        from the field of fontastika

        go on ... interesting ... yes
  3. Troll
    Troll 3 October 2018 12: 43
    +7
    MLRS = multiple launch rocket system
    Or do I not understand something? MLRS (Katyusha) for helicopters and drones? Figs get after all ...
    1. lopvlad
      lopvlad 3 October 2018 13: 34
      +2
      Quote: Troll
      Or do I not understand something?


      naming the MLRS does not mean at all that the missiles they use should be uncontrollable. The tornado-S and Tornado-G familiar to us in the new version Tornado-S and Tornado-G have long been armed with guided missiles over the entire flight path. So the helicopter and drones can completely fill up.
      1. Troll
        Troll 3 October 2018 14: 47
        +2
        In a volley of ten "arrows" or "willows"? What for?
        NUR-ami? It’s also not clear, instead of them, all sorts of quick-firing and multi-barrel machine guns have been invented for a long time.
        IMHO from my sofa it is seen as a cut.
        I admit, of course, a volley of anti-missile swarm against a swarm of BP .. but this, today, is from the field of fondustics.
        1. Piramidon
          Piramidon 3 October 2018 14: 58
          0
          Quote: Troll
          I admit of course a volley of anti-missile swarm against a swarm of BP ..

          It’s easier to shoot gunfire from a gun
        2. abrakadabre
          abrakadabre 4 October 2018 06: 23
          0
          The niche of this thing is quite narrow - to stop the zerg rush. But earthly opponents have not used such an offensive tactic for a long time. And with this function a firearm can handle it much cheaper. From machine guns to mortars and artillery.
    2. 2329 Carpenter
      2329 Carpenter 3 October 2018 13: 39
      0
      From Shilka, from Tunguska fall. And from this they will fall.
    3. Alexey RA
      Alexey RA 3 October 2018 13: 43
      +3
      Quote: Troll
      Or do I not understand something? MLRS (Katyusha) for helicopters and drones? Figs get after all ...

      At close range - why not? The same S-5 was originally developed as an unguided air-to-air missile (a development of the infamous German R4M).
    4. Captain Pushkin
      Captain Pushkin 3 October 2018 21: 53
      +1
      Quote: Troll
      MLRS = multiple launch rocket system
      Or do I not understand something? MLRS (Katyusha) for helicopters and drones? Figs get after all ...

      New - well forgotten old. This is a mossy idea from the 40s - 50s, before the advent of guided missiles. In those years, everyone was ill ...
  4. Alexey RA
    Alexey RA 3 October 2018 12: 46
    +7
    The system using remote control can fire specially designed missiles of caliber 50-80 mm

    They would have said it directly - NURSami based on the S-5 and S-8. smile
    1. poquello
      poquello 3 October 2018 13: 00
      +1
      Quote: Alexey RA
      The system using remote control can fire specially designed missiles of caliber 50-80 mm

      They would have said it directly - NURSami based on the S-5 and S-8. smile

      supposedly reduced in aviation, well, the question arises where to attach
    2. lopvlad
      lopvlad 3 October 2018 18: 50
      +2
      Quote: Alexey RA
      NURSami based on S-5 and S-8.


      By UAV, the efficiency will be lower than the baseboard.
  5. Jerk
    Jerk 3 October 2018 12: 47
    0
    As I understand it, it was precisely about drones, and to be more precise, specifically against the advertised US "mosquito swarm" of micro-drones. As always - cheap and cheerful, and as always - the states are in a puddle, having once again missed a lot of money for a non-working project laughing
    1. Aleks2048
      Aleks2048 3 October 2018 12: 56
      +1
      It will not be cheap ... Each rocket should get a smart filling.
      1. Jerk
        Jerk 3 October 2018 13: 06
        +1
        What for it? A purely mechanical fuse, which they had done before WWII, was detonation at a certain distance, in the thick of a swarm. Or are you going to induce on each microcopter from 2-3 hundred microbes? smile
        1. syndicalist
          syndicalist 3 October 2018 13: 41
          -1
          And they swarm and fly?
      2. Alexey RA
        Alexey RA 3 October 2018 13: 47
        +3
        Quote: Alex2048
        It will not be cheap ... Each rocket should get a smart filling.

        Remote fuse and automatic fuse installer on the launcher according to data from the radar / optics. The design verified by WWII is a blessing that the target speeds of this anti-aircraft system will be even lower than in WWII.
        Plus - a warhead with ready-to-use striking elements.
  6. Zubr
    Zubr 3 October 2018 12: 49
    +3
    The system using the remote control will be able to fire with specially designed 50-80 mm caliber missiles, including at night and in smoke conditions, Kochkin explained.

    The idea is not new, but a continuation of the experience of the Black Sea Fleet in the Great Patriotic War. When RSs were installed on ships and boats as a short-range air defense system, and worked quite efficiently. Yu-87 and Yu-88 drove like a flock of ravens. And with modern MSA systems, this is definitely not a single turntable that will pass over the battlefield. The question is the range of these MLRS ...
  7. KBaHT_BpeMeHu
    KBaHT_BpeMeHu 3 October 2018 13: 08
    +4
    Techmash is already considering which enterprises and organizations can be involved in the development of a promising MLRS
    Attract DNR, experience is

  8. Morglenn
    Morglenn 3 October 2018 13: 11
    +4
    Then Kochkin explained that we are talking about a robotized small-caliber salvo fire system, designed to fight helicopters, drones and ground targets.
    I did not understand, since when should the MLRS be used for air targets? I read that even before the Second World War, they tried to use RS from ground-based installations for aviation, it turned out to put it mildly not very.
    1. yehat
      yehat 4 October 2018 17: 40
      0
      mainly the effect of the application was to upset the system in the air
      sometimes hit. a typical example of a grenade launcher in ne-2, RS for a moment-3.
  9. ser56
    ser56 3 October 2018 13: 53
    0
    Quote: Alex2048
    (such as a large ship, an over-the-horizon radar, or something like that

    read mine governor / sarmatian ... shadow cast soldier
  10. JD1979
    JD1979 3 October 2018 15: 39
    0
    Something according to the description looks like a lightweight version of the Israeli system "Iron Dome" with enhanced capabilities, but a smaller caliber and interception range
  11. dgonni
    dgonni 3 October 2018 16: 30
    0
    Not bad idea! Even VERY good. In terms of electronics, it’s rather complicated, but it’s quite possible!