“Proven and reliable system”: AK-630M anti-aircraft guns protect Indian borders


AK-630M as part of the Duet complex



The missile-cannon missile defense system of ships in the near zone of the AK-630M is ready for ground tests, being the main component of the new Indian defense industry product. As sources told idrw.org, factory testing of a system adapted to the land service has already taken place. Now her trials in the army are coming.

The new product, labeled AD MGS, uses the Tatra High Mobility 6 × 6, specially designed for the Indian Army, as the chassis. Mounted on it is the AK-630, which is manufactured in India with a high degree of localization, reaching, as claimed, 95,6%. This 30-mm automatic artillery installation, according to the publication, “is proven, reliable and tested armory system. "

A six-barrel cannon of Russian origin produces almost 5 thousand rounds per minute, allowing ships to effectively defend anti-aircraft fire from air targets that have burst into the internal defense circuit. However, on earth it will be used to protect against heavy mines, anti-tank missiles and artillery shells. Apparently, the AK-630M on board the Tatra will be placed on posts along the border.

Fully automated fire control radar allows you to hit air targets at a distance of 4-5 km. Perhaps remote control of the weapon system.


C-RAM "Centurion" - a possible option ...


“Proven and reliable system”: AK-630M anti-aircraft guns protect Indian borders

... and Indian realities: AD MGS system
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  1. Cottodraton 21 February 2020 03: 30 New
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    Will the car chassis withstand vibration from recoil?
    No matter how the car turns over from the first turn ...
    1. Hammer 21 February 2020 04: 13 New
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      As in that song - I blinded him from what was ...))))))
    2. vadimtt 21 February 2020 09: 59 New
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      Do not flip. Take a closer look, there are retractable hydraulic supports, like a truck crane.
      In general, the components themselves are good, but how well is all this linked (especially the radar on a separate chassis not shown) is a question.
      1. Starover_Z 21 February 2020 20: 18 New
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        Quote: vadimtt
        Do not flip. Take a closer look, there are retractable hydraulic supports, like a truck crane.

        But in my opinion - a bit high after all. Although they probably experienced. And yet, such a rate of fire ...
  2. Mountain shooter 21 February 2020 04: 02 New
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    The car platform must be "exposed" on the supports, otherwise monstrous returns and vibrations will swing the system on shock absorbers ... well, the supports are visible there. Will there be enough of them?
  3. maidan.izrailovich 21 February 2020 04: 05 New
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    The new product, labeled AD MGS, uses the Tatra High Mobility 6 × 6, specially designed for the Indian Army, as the chassis. The AK-630 is mounted on it ...

    Here it is .... "tachanka-dream" of all the barmaley. lol
    Isn’t it easier to buy “shells” or “tunguska”? The rate of fire (total of two trunks) is comparable to that of the AK-630, and there are also missiles.
    1. Paranoid50 21 February 2020 09: 37 New
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      Quote: maidan.izrailovich
      Isn’t it easier to buy “shells” or “tunguska”?

      So, you are aware of what the definition of "Indian procurement" means in relation to time. fellow And they need "here and now." Moreover, the 630th is now practically their own:
      AK-630, which is manufactured in India with a high degree of localization, which is said to reach 95,6%.
      Something like that.
  4. bessmertniy 21 February 2020 04: 07 New
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    How many such complexes will it take to cover the Indian borders !? what
  5. Vladimir_2U 21 February 2020 04: 40 New
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    Indians have no imagination, why a car, you can knock the system on one side and roll it over! ))) If only they would stick to the trailer, the landing would be lower, because they were not going to drive the gullies.
  6. tlauicol 21 February 2020 04: 53 New
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    well, good luck to the Indians in their hopeless endeavor!
  7. Nikolaevich I 21 February 2020 05: 05 New
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    Well, and sho? "Normal" (in Indian realities ...) a clone of the "centurion"! I just can’t do without advice ... (I come from the USSR-country of advice!): 1. Make this gun “modular”! That is, create the ability to change the 6-barrel 30-mm “core” to the 6-barrel 23 -mm on the "base" GSH-6-23 and vice versa! Try to "sloppily" (well, this, of course, later!) "Anti-aircraft nails" from the "Shell" or "small MLRS" from "Techmash" (50-80 mm) ... And then everyone dances!
  8. Amateur 21 February 2020 07: 05 New
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    Yama mobile.
  9. alekc75 21 February 2020 07: 29 New
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    heavy mines is how ??? is there such ?? author!!!
  10. Zaurbek 21 February 2020 07: 34 New
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    The Chinas made such an apparatus, it is strange that neither the USSR nor the Russian Federation created a similar one having both the 23 and 30mm guns and avionics
    1. Pike 21 February 2020 08: 05 New
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      It has long been created in the USSR - Tunguska, and in Russia - the Shell. In the aggregate, the performance characteristics are much better than this shushpanzer.
      1. Zaurbek 21 February 2020 08: 08 New
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        I'm talking about Gatling systems ....
  11. K-50 21 February 2020 08: 09 New
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    ... and Indian realities: AD MGS system

    Will not flip? The gun is too high.
    I understand that there is ammunition there, but can then be placed on some lowered platform? I’m not sure that they will be dragging her off-road to and fro, therefore there probably is no point in bullying so high, and the tractor can handle it.
  12. Glory1974 21 February 2020 09: 34 New
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    Reminds in appearance vimana. I saw this type in ancient manuscripts. wassat
  13. Grigory_45 21 February 2020 18: 26 New
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    AK-630M anti-aircraft guns protect Indian borders
    - In the Indian obscene execution, hardly.
    First, the system is critical to the separation of the AU itself and the radar. All have any kind of efficient systems radar combined with gun mount on one chassis. On the ship, the distance from the radar to the installation itself can also be assumed constant. The Indian system can not vouch for accuracy

    The second - the Ak-630 barrel block needs to be cooled (forcibly, by pumping water), which is a huge minus for the mobile system.
    And the rate of fire is such that the entire BC AU can spit out for a couple of bursts.

    Even the Indians suffered ....
  14. Petrol cutter 21 February 2020 19: 51 New
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    Chet ... Some kind of insanity. Judging by the last photo especially ...
  15. Givi_49 21 February 2020 21: 48 New
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    AD MGS - resembles a technical curiosity, if not insanity. Radar - separately, the deployment-folding time raises the question.
    For such "systems" the most difficult tests are transportation. God forbid, continuous restrictions on speeds and angles!
    There is a "Shell" in the world, we must take it and not make the enemies laugh.