Near Odessa tested 122-mm Ukrainian rockets for MLRS

Near Odessa tested 122-mm Ukrainian rockets for MLRS

In Ukraine, the second stage of testing of Ukrainian Typhoon-1 rockets of 122 mm caliber for MLRS systems passed. This was reported by the press service of the General Staff of the Armed Forces.


On April 29, 2020, in the Odessa region at the Alibey firing range, the second stage of testing of Ukrainian-designed 122-mm Typhoon-1 rockets was tested. As stated in the General Staff of the Armed Forces, the shells were tested for a maximum firing range (40 km). The first stage of testing this ammunition took place in 2019, the shell was tested for a short range.

The new Typhoon-1 missiles developed at the Yuzhnoye Design Bureau (Dnepropetrovsk) are intended to replace the 122-mm standard projectiles of the BM-21 Grad MLRS, as well as the Ukrainian Verba and Berest bombs created on its basis. The maximum firing range is declared at 40 km, the munition is equipped with a high-explosive fragmentation warhead weighing 18,4 kg.


It is also reported that in the Yuzhnoye Design Bureau, work is underway on the creation of rockets of the 220 mm Typhoon-2 caliber designed to replace the standard ammunition of the Uragan MLRS and the 300 mm Typhoon-3 ammunition for the Smerch MLRS. In addition, a high-precision version of the 122 mm Typhoon-1 missile is being created.

Note that in Ukraine, the production of 122 mm ammunition for MLRS BM-21 Grad is absent.
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  1. Mavrikiy April 30 2020 12: 15 New
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    Near Odessa tested 122-mm Ukrainian rockets for MLRS
    Well sho, another change? request Shells for MLRS, have been doing for 80 years, even Koreans. And then the masturbation of something on the knee masturbate with digital control! request
    1. Zoldat_A April 30 2020 12: 18 New
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      Quote: Mavrikiy
      Near Odessa tested 122-mm Ukrainian rockets for MLRS
      Well sho, another change? request Shells for MLRS, have been doing for 80 years, even Koreans. And then the masturbation of something on the knee masturbate with digital control! request

      We have rocket launchers here in VO. Now they will comment on "Ukrainian latest developments" - we’ll laugh together ... laughing
      1. Mavrikiy April 30 2020 12: 23 New
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        Quote: Zoldat_A
        We have rocketers here.

        MLRS - this is rocket artillery, and not RK.
        1. Zoldat_A 1 May 2020 00: 18 New
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          Quote: Mavrikiy
          Quote: Zoldat_A
          We have rocketers here.

          MLRS - this is rocket artillery, and not RK.

          You rocketeers know better by abbreviations. We are simpler - arable land. Airborne. Horses of war. drinks
      2. URAL72 April 30 2020 13: 34 New
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        And what to laugh at? CB South and now a similar task - seeds. At the same time, unfortunately, these tests will be conducted on us, the militia. And it’s okay, but Tornado and even Hurricane, these are cities and civilians, this is the rear.
        1. maykl8 April 30 2020 14: 07 New
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          At the same time, unfortunately, these tests will be conducted on us, the militia.
          On "You gangs" weapons are tested only by stupid people. And normal boys of the MLRS are tested at the ranges during scientific shooting, where the deviations of the shells from the target, the depth of the funnel, the number of slaughter fragments, etc. are measured.
          1. URAL72 April 30 2020 14: 12 New
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            Our "boobies" of your "normal" guys "were dropped more than once. And now we’re standing at 1 to 10, and nothing. You shot Yasnoye’s creatures yesterday for 40 minutes, 6 fires left, and we have the order not to shoot. Do you think that will always be the case? Think better what will happen when I come. I will not regret.
            1. neri73-r April 30 2020 15: 19 New
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              Sorry to interrupt, but maykl8 did not mean that he is Ukrainian or Bandera. Read his post again. His post is neutral. All that he said is that the weapon is tested at the training ground, where you can understand its effectiveness. At the same time, he called your (and ours) opponents culturally (site rules laughing ) "stupid people." hi
              1. URAL72 April 30 2020 15: 31 New
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                Initially, he wrote "on you boobies," then he changed it. Perhaps T9 is to blame, but I answered exactly the original edition.
              2. Aviator_ April 30 2020 17: 26 New
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                Naturally, the effectiveness is determined during the field tests. Another question is where do they organize production? For 40 km, 9M521 shells (https://militaryarms.ru/voennaya-texnika/artilleriya/rszo-grad/#h2_3), which are not produced in noisy, have long been flying for XNUMX km. Have you mastered their production? Or did the Poles and the Bulgarians plant samples?
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            3. maykl8 April 30 2020 23: 29 New
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              Stand "Dawn"! laughing I am Russian and live in Russia. I just know how they experience MLRS.
            4. Zementbomber 2 May 2020 07: 16 New
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              what will happen when I come. I will not feel sorry. No one.

              The motto on the Commander’s Shield - and how did that fun-romantic story end - recall? Or google it? smile
        2. Ratmir_Ryazan April 30 2020 16: 54 New
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          At the same time, unfortunately, these tests will be conducted on us, the militia. And it’s okay, but Tornado and even Hurricane, these are cities and civilians, this is the rear.


          I think this will not be allowed.
          1. URAL72 April 30 2020 17: 13 New
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            Yesterday, I watched in TR-8 how the village of Yasnoe burns. And not only. LNG, mortars, AGS, rifleman. And so every day. And in response to silence ...
        3. TermNachTer April 30 2020 17: 19 New
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          Design Bureau "South" is in a dead state. Disabled heating and hot water, working day a week. But the chief designer has a salary of one million hryvnias.
        4. taiga2018 April 30 2020 17: 24 New
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          Quote: URAL72
          I'm on us, militia.

          Now they can use it against you, then against Russia ... And yet I, like that Roman Senator Caton, will not tire of repeating: it’s not too late, but Russia must destroy the main Ukrainian enterprises for the production of weapons ...
    2. neri73-r April 30 2020 12: 20 New
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      Yes, an attempt to create analogues of the standard weapons of the City, Hurricane and Tornado.
      1. Sky strike fighter April 30 2020 13: 00 New
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        It is also reported that the Yuzhnoye Design Bureau is also working on the creation of rockets of the 220 mm Typhoon-2 caliber designed to replace standard ammunition of the Uragan MLRS and the 300 mm Typhoon-3 ammunition for the Smerch MLRS . In addition, a high-precision version of the 122 mm Typhoon-1 missile is being created.

        This is what Alder-M bothers me with, it seems like the Smerch is replacing the MLRS, then why also make the 300-mm Typhoon-3 caliber for the Smerch MLRS? Or is it just new missiles for the old MLRS? Cheaper and more massive? Then, Tochka-U comes out, they will replace Alder-M with non-mass launch at the MLRS. And for the old MLRS they will launch new Typhoon missiles and leave the old MLRS in service.
        1. NKT
          NKT April 30 2020 13: 14 New
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          So they seem to have alder as high-precision high-range munitions, and Typhoon-3 as a regular
        2. alexmach April 30 2020 14: 43 New
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          Or is it just new missiles for the old MLRS? Cheaper and more massive? Then it turns out Tochka-U will be replaced with the Alder-M non-mass launch missile. And for the old MLRS they will launch new Typhoon missiles and leave the old MLRS in service.

          In my opinion, this is exactly how it is.
      2. The leader of the Redskins April 30 2020 17: 27 New
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        They go the ABSOLUTELY CORRECT way. To buy behind the cordon what their enterprises can produce? I mean consumables.
    3. The leader of the Redskins April 30 2020 17: 31 New
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      Cars also produce the whole world. That's just AvtoVAZ, probably not in the know.
      I mean, if the rocket launchers wouldn’t dare shoot North Korean RS.
    4. Zementbomber 2 May 2020 07: 41 New
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      Shells for MLRS, have been doing for 80 years

      Actually - they are already 200 years how are they doing ... smile
  2. Same lech April 30 2020 12: 19 New
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    They have money or something to produce new shells ... why do they need this hemorrhoid.
    1. Mavrikiy April 30 2020 12: 25 New
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      Quote: The same Lech
      They have money or something to produce new shells ... why do they need this hemorrhoid.

      Peremoga needed, I remember a film about the revolution: "Blood is needed, blood"
    2. Piramidon April 30 2020 13: 11 New
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      Quote: The same Lech
      They have money or something to produce new shells ... why do they need this hemorrhoid.

      They have a lot of things developed and even built in a single copy. On the Soviet engineering backlog, they still crawl, but the production is ruined.
      1. bayard April 30 2020 17: 30 New
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        I don’t know how they tested it with these ammunition, but I know that some time ago, at the Pavlograd Chemical Plant (PCP), the engines of old MLRS shells were re-equipped with new fuel, more caloric than increased range. In Soviet times, artillery gunpowder, explosives and solid rocket fuel were produced at the PCP, ammunition was equipped there ... including Molodets solid-propellant rocket solid fuel for the BZHRK and Typhoon missiles for the Akula submarine. Later, the plant arranged the disposal of all types of obsolete ammunition (shells, mines, cartridges, grenades, missiles, including missiles) and the disposal of solid fuel from the engines of the aforementioned missiles (Molodets and Typhoon). PCP was the flagship of the Soviet special chemistry and not all competencies were lost (thanks to disposal orders). So this is not picking on my knee.
        Alas.
        And the colleague is right - we in Donetsk, if it comes down to business again, everyone will come across this, and heavy calibers will go through the cities. As it was in 2014 - 2015 they remember us very well, and to this day they remind us regularly.
        The fact that they did not crush the reptile of fascism in 2014 more than once hiccups, they do not lose time in vain.
    3. Avior April 30 2020 13: 48 New
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      there are no old ones, they are not eternal, and there was no production
    4. Maas April 30 2020 15: 27 New
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      The same Lech ... before you write something, at least think about how it looks from the outside.
      Indeed, that is why Ukrainians produce rockets ??? After all, you can not release and save money. And you can not produce tanks and armored personnel carriers ... nothing at all. In principle, if there is no army, how much can be saved. Won Russia spends almost 50% of its budget on the army. What for? Are you fools? After all, you can save.
      By the way, I really liked the top post about "stupid" people. Wow, right?)
      1. Reserve buildbat April 30 2020 16: 01 New
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        50% of the budget for the army is strong!))) Do not smoke that rubbish anymore, after which this nonsense was written
        1. Maas April 30 2020 18: 34 New
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          I wrote figuratively, from the word a lot. In 2019, defense spending is $ 65 billion; Russia's budget is $ 230 billion. Not 50 percent of course, but 29 for sure. This year the budget will sag drastically, it will be about $ 170 billion. The defense is likely to be very much reduced, most likely to 35-38 billion.
          It is not clear why in the world it is customary to consider defense spending from GDP.
          Somehow wrong. Costs are taken from the budget, not from the mythical GDP)
          1. businessv 1 May 2020 13: 49 New
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            Quote: Maas
            It is not clear why in the world it is customary to consider defense spending from GDP.

            Probably because the country's GDP characterizes its potential. And how the budget is spent is a personal matter of each prime minister and his cabinet. wink
    5. Ratmir_Ryazan April 30 2020 16: 56 New
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      They are given money for the war.
  3. novel66 April 30 2020 12: 29 New
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    and here it is, in relation to the warhead "invisible" is that?
    1. vvvjak April 30 2020 12: 34 New
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      Quote: novel xnumx
      "invisible" is what?

      Inseparable
      1. novel66 April 30 2020 12: 39 New
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        Thank you! hi so difficult...
        1. Mayak-SH-7 April 30 2020 16: 07 New
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          difficult, this is because one people according to the Kremlin. Strange, Belarusians understand Ukrainians, Ukrainians understand Belarusians, but Russians neither Belarusian nor Ukrainian do not. Is it strange really? Here are the months of the year in Slavic how they sound! For verification, you can use the online translator if in doubt.

          1. Kot_Kuzya April 30 2020 16: 20 New
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            The Ukrainian language is much closer to Polish than to Russian. In fact, the Ukrainian language is a dialect of the Polish language.
            1. Mayak-SH-7 April 30 2020 16: 27 New
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              So the Poles are much more Slavs than Russians, is there any doubt about this? I even set an example, look how they sound in the Old Russian month, the conclusion is that Ukrainians and Belarusians are 99% closer to Russia than Russians, all the months of the Slavic countries of Eastern Europe are almost the same.
              1. Kot_Kuzya April 30 2020 20: 16 New
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                Poles and Ukrainians are one people. Ukraine and Poland need to unite into one state, as it was before 1654. The capital must be moved to Krakow.
            2. Zementbomber 2 May 2020 07: 22 New
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              The Ukrainian language is much closer to Polish than to Russian. In fact, the Ukrainian language is a dialect of the Polish language.

              At the time of my student youth, Onegdot went, that Ukrainian is Old Russian, corrupted by Old Poland, Belarusian is Old Russian, corrupted by Old Lithuanian, and Russian is again Old Russian, but corrupted by Old Mongol. laughing -
              1. Kot_Kuzya 2 May 2020 08: 42 New
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                You write nonsense again. The Mongolian language does not belong to the Turkic languages. And in the Russian language, in fact, as in the Ukrainian dialect of the Polish language, there are a lot of Turkic borrowings. The Russian language has a lot of borrowings from the language of the Kazan Tatars, in the Ukrainian dialect of the Polish language there are many borrowings from the languages ​​of the Crimean Tatars and Turks. And in general, are you aware that Genghis Khan was a Turk, and not a Mongol?
                1. Zementbomber 2 May 2020 08: 48 New
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                  A person who writes in serious Schschah about the "Ukrainian dialect of the Polish language" and does not know the genesis of the "Tatars" - reproaches someone for "nonsense"? Oh, Maiden Wayzner Way, how wildly funny! ... laughing laughing
                  1. Kot_Kuzya 2 May 2020 09: 22 New
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                    Actually, I know Ukrainian and Russian, and I more or less understand Polish. So, the Ukrainian language is a dialect of the Polish language, since the modern language was created by the Galician Grushevsky on the basis of the Galician dialect of the Polish language, which for 700 years was under the strongest Polish influence, to say nothing! In the 13th century, when Russians and future Ukrainians began to live in different states, there was almost no difference between the Polish and Russian languages, even back in the days of the Troubles, the Polish invaders and Russians understood each other perfectly without any translators. The real Malorossky language spoken by the inhabitants of Central Ukraine is a surrogate despised by all - this surzhik is just a dialect of the Russian language. By the way, are you aware that English belongs to the Germanic group of languages, and that the ancestors of modern English are Germanic tribes living in the territory of modern north-west Germany? If you know even a little German and English, you should know that English and German are related.
                    1. Zementbomber 2 May 2020 09: 36 New
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                      I actually know Ukrainian and Russian languages, and more or less versed in Polish

                      Well, I am an ethnic Pole born in the Ukrainian SSR with a higher historical education (old-school Soviet if that). AND what next?
                      Ukrainian is a dialect of the Polish language, as the modern language was created by the Galician Grushevsky on the basis of the Galician dialect of the Polish language, which for 700 years has been under the strongest Polish influence, to say nothing! In the 13th century, when Russian and future Ukrainians began to live in different states, there was almost no difference between the Polish and Russian languages

                      - just Reasonable Galimatia - for all points of AM.
                      Do you know that English belongs to the Germanic group of languages, and that the ancestors of modern English are Germanic tribes living in the territory of modern northwest Germany? If you know even a little German and English, you should know that English and German are related.

                      The English language (self-name - English, the English language) is the language of the Anglo-Frisian subgroup of the western group of the Germanic branch of the Indo-European language family.

                      Now it is google for 30 seconds. - and in my time - it was studied in a course of ethnography. Next what? By the way - the Russian language in the language family is a "relative" of both German and English. smile AND??
                      1. Kot_Kuzya 2 May 2020 17: 36 New
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                        If you are a Pole, then all the more you should know that Ukrainian supposedly "language" is a Galician dialect of the Polish language.
                      2. Zementbomber 5 May 2020 06: 58 New
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                        The fact of the matter is that I'm still a Pole. Fluent in Russian and Ukrainian languages, moreover. And what is your statement "Ukrainian supposedly" language "is a Galician dialect of the Polish language" - The pornographic contemporary Russian propaganda fantasy - I am more than well aware. As you know, this is in the linguistics of the NDP / Poland, the Ukrainian SSR / Ukraine, the USSR, and even about horror! laughing - RF. NOW. Practice the task more thoroughly! wink laughing
                      3. Kot_Kuzya 5 May 2020 07: 04 New
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                        How do you know Russian so well? After all, there were no Poles in the Ukrainian SSR, after the war and cutting a new border, the USSR and Poland carried out an exchange of population - Ukrainians moved from Poland to the Ukrainian SSR, and Poles moved from the Ukrainian SSR to Poland. At the same time, Germans were also evicted from Poland, as a result, Poland became a country with a very high mono-ethnicity, 97% of the population of Poland are Poles.
                      4. Zementbomber 5 May 2020 07: 22 New
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                        I was born in the Glorious City of Kiev. 1970 release. My Rod - lives in the territory of modern. Ukraine from 1596 (until 1932 - in Volyn, then changed its name to Ukrainian and moved to Kiev - collectivization however; but now the late great-grandmother of Jadwig was a smart woman good ) Russian is one of my native languages. Although the grade at school on it was "3 - we write, 2 - in the mind." laughing And the Poles, family members of the Poles and descendants of the Poles - in the Ukrainian SSR by 1991 - there were ~ 2 million. notfew.
    2. Ratmir_Ryazan April 30 2020 17: 03 New
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      Strange, Belarusians understand Ukrainians, Ukrainians understand Belarusians, but Russians neither Belarusian nor Ukrainian do not. Is it strange really?


      Nothing strange, since Ukraine and Belarus have been under the occupation of Poland for hundreds of years !!!

      This is where your mov is from - this is the Polish dialect in which the Polish landowners ordered the Ukrainian and Belarusian peasants to speak. Over several hundred years of occupation, the population was assimilated, the closer to Poland - the more, and so the Russian people in Russia and Belarus began to consider the Polish language mixed with the Russian language as their native language.

      And the calendar and the Uniate Church in Ukraine and Belarus also remained after the occupation of Poland.

      I like to speak the language of the Polish invaders, those who for centuries robbed and mocked your Russian people? Like to be polished? So be it ...
      1. Fishery April 30 2020 21: 17 New
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        Well, you don’t consider the influence of the horde ... you can say the same thing)) I liked to pay Yasak apparently)))
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          Quote: Tonya
          liked to pay Yasak apparently

          Yasak is not a proper name, spelled yasak wink
    3. Aviator_ April 30 2020 17: 34 New
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      We have many Turkisms in the language - raisins (dried grapes) - usum (grapes in general in Uzbek), apricots - dried apricot - apricots (apricot in Uzbek in general), balyk - dried back of fish - balyk (fish in Uzbek in general), etc. e. The Western Slavs have less Turkism, there are European borrowings. In Sumeria, they consider themselves to be Euroopeans, the flag in their hands from lace panties.
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      May in the Belarusian language is also May, not grass.
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      Quote: Mayak-SH-7
      Here are the months of the year in Slavic how they sound!

      They try to shut up the whole history of Russia, either to change it, or to deny it at all! As for Old Russian, you did not write anything - can you explain why it was Slavic and suddenly did not? At the same time, explain why the Alphabet was changed to a primer (alphabet)? In the ABC, the first letter Az was replaced in the alphabet by I, so that even self-address was in last place. This is the topic of a separate article. hi
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  • Mavrikiy April 30 2020 12: 32 New
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    Interesting warhead invisible - invisible from the Kremlin? request repeatif so then it should be invisible repeat .
  • VicktorVR April 30 2020 13: 22 New
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    How much is a standard warhead? How many explosives are in the old PC and in the new? Due to what a double increase in range? And what about the dispersion?
    1. Avior April 30 2020 13: 52 New
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      20, 40 km, warhead mass is almost the same
      https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Град_(РСЗО)#Реактивные_снаряды
    2. bayard April 30 2020 17: 40 New
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      Quote: VicktorVR
      Due to what a double increase in range?

      New t \ fuel in checkers, more high-calorie. PCP made the whole transfer to Ukrainians. TV did, and there is a factory site. The old fuel was not only obsolete, but was also developed in the 60s. In Russia, even earlier they switched to similar ones and also up to 40 km. raised. They (the Sumerians) replaced the old shells of the MLRS, the old hulls, the fuel checkers were replaced (they even showed how on the video report of the PCP), everything else is unchanged ... most likely the fuses also updated.
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      Due to what a double increase in range?

      What surprises you? In the second half of the 90s, Belarusians sawed down the NUR for their BelGrad MLRS in dimensions and with the mass of warheads of the standard Gradovsky missiles, but with a range of already 35 km. Missile propellant technology - however, does not stand still ...
  • ZaDedov April 30 2020 14: 55 New
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    Note that in Ukraine, the production of 122 mm ammunition for MLRS BM-21 Grad is absent

    So there’s no way out, you have to rebuild the entire production cycle
    1. bayard April 30 2020 17: 43 New
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      Basically, the old shells of MLRS shells from warehouses reload. There were so many of them in the warehouses ... and even at the PCP itself, they were taken away from the entire former Union for disposal before the war.
  • Reserve buildbat April 30 2020 15: 59 New
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    The Skakuas "Typhoon-1, -2, -3". In Russia - "Tornado - G, - C, - U" ... Any strange similarities? ...
    1. NKT
      NKT April 30 2020 17: 27 New
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      We have: Tornado-G, Hurricane-1M and Tornado-S.
  • Chaldon48 April 30 2020 17: 40 New
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    It would be better for Ukraine itself that they did not experience anything, and even more so in Odessa, and even in the case of a flight, they might
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    ..and call them Satan 2.
  • businessv April 30 2020 20: 27 New
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    In addition, a high-precision version of the 122 mm Typhoon-1 missile is being created.
    I don’t even want to know from which installation they will run this version! How can we talk about the high accuracy of MLRS shells?
    1. Avior April 30 2020 22: 59 New
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      Something like that


      And this is the management of Alder
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        Quote: Avior
        And this is the management of Alder

        laughing Thanks for the May Day joke! good Colleagues, all with a holiday of peace, spring and labor! drinks
  • Old26 April 30 2020 21: 11 New
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    Quote: Sky Strike fighter
    It is also reported that the Yuzhnoye Design Bureau is also working on the creation of rockets of the 220 mm Typhoon-2 caliber designed to replace standard ammunition of the Uragan MLRS and the 300 mm Typhoon-3 ammunition for the Smerch MLRS . In addition, a high-precision version of the 122 mm Typhoon-1 missile is being created.

    This is what Alder-M bothers me with, it seems like the Smerch is replacing the MLRS, then why also make the 300-mm Typhoon-3 caliber for the Smerch MLRS? Or is it just new missiles for the old MLRS? Cheaper and more massive? Then, Tochka-U comes out, they will replace Alder-M with non-mass launch at the MLRS. And for the old MLRS they will launch new Typhoon missiles and leave the old MLRS in service.

    Maxim! The names "Typhoon-1" / "Typhoon-2" / Typhoon-3 "is the name of the SNARDS, not the MLRS. The MLRS they respectively have:" Grad "(and its variants" Grad-K "," Bastion-01 ", "Bastion-02", "Willow", "Berest"), "Hurricane" (option "Bastion-03"), "Tornado" (option "Alder")
  • Poor April 30 2020 21: 34 New
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    Well, what are the Slovenes? big booleans
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  • DDT
    DDT April 30 2020 22: 10 New
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    I remember, I complained that they hurried with the "complete collapse" of the ukroboronka. A lot of minuses flew in response to me, instructions that Grad supposedly remake that simple thing. And here they say shells to them ... Here you have shells ... yours. Now, the rocketers are called, laugh, laugh. It is only a pity to the people of the people's republics that it will be no laughing matter when these "ridiculous" shells begin to destroy their homes and kill their children. Apparently the “new round of confrontation” will begin again and the bad Minsk agreements will be sent to ZhO, as the couch warriors in the military wanted?
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    Quote: DDT
    I remember, I complained that they hurried with the "complete collapse" of the ukroboronka. A lot of minuses flew back to me

    Ignore the cons. The VO is now full of fools who consider it true that in Russia everything is “unparalleled in the world,” while in others it’s fake and drank.
    The enemy (and now for Russia the Armed Forces is an adversary, not an ally) should never be underestimated. Otherwise, it ends badly. And primarily for ordinary people. You can laugh at Ukraine’s military-industrial complex as much as you like, but the fact that he didn’t “glue the fins” is understandable to a biased reader. Let him have shipbuilding and aviation in the pen, but the rocket segment in Ukraine has always been very powerful. And underestimating the capabilities of the CBJ is simply stupid