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Russian warships will receive guided artillery shells

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Russian warships will receive guided artillery shells

Warships of the Russian Navy, armed with a 100-mm A-190-1 artillery mount, will receive guided artillery shells in the near future. This was announced in an interview with TASS by the director general of the Central Research Institute "Petrel" Georgy Zakamenykh.


According to Zakamennykh, the 100-mm A-190-1 artillery mount is supplied for ships of the Russian fleet since 2012 and has already proven its effectiveness compared to Soviet-style artillery systems. The development of a new artillery mount was carried out on the instructions of the main command of the Russian Navy to replace the AK-176 artillery mount, which was the most massive in the fleet. Guided missiles are being developed for the new installation.

The practice of using A-190-01 in the course of the exercises confirms its effectiveness, which will increase even more with the introduction of the new generation of created ammunition, including guided ones. This is a matter of the near future

- said the general director of Burevestnik.

According to the Zakamennykh's statement, the new A-190-1 artillery installation is significantly superior in its most important characteristics to the AK-70 developed in the late 176s of the last century, the modernization potential of which has already been exhausted.

The 100-mm naval artillery mount A-190-01 is designed to arm surface ships with a displacement of 500 tons or more in order to hit a wide range of air, sea and coastal targets.

The gun is a rifled gun with two-sided supply of ammunition (to the left and to the right of the barrel) with a pendulum mechanism similar to that used on the gun of the AK-176 installation. The mass of the shot is 15.6 kg. Sighting range: surface target - more than 20 km, air target - up to 15 km. The rate of fire is up to 80 rounds per minute, the length of the continuous burst is 80 rounds.
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  1. Jack O'Neill
    Jack O'Neill 20 July 2020 11: 43 New
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    Warships of the Russian Navy, armed with a 100-mm A-190-1 artillery mount, will receive guided artillery shells in the near future. The general director of the Central Research Institute "Burevestnik" Georgy Zakamennykh said in an interview with TASS.

    And what is the price of guided projectiles then? The Americans didn’t pull, but will they shoot with a "small" (20 inches)?
    Well, if we pull, then no matter what. But even to doubt.
    1. Maz
      Maz 20 July 2020 12: 34 New
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      Quote: Jack O'Neill
      Warships of the Russian Navy, armed with a 100-mm A-190-1 artillery mount, will receive guided artillery shells in the near future. The general director of the Central Research Institute "Burevestnik" Georgy Zakamennykh said in an interview with TASS.

      And what is the price of guided projectiles then? The Americans didn’t pull, but will they shoot with a "small" (20 inches)?
      Well, if we pull, then no matter what. But even to doubt.

      Well, for tanks there are guided shells, why not have them on naval installations?
      1. Jack O'Neill
        Jack O'Neill 20 July 2020 12: 39 New
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        Maybe not as a TOUR, but as a type of "Excalibur"? Yes, and 20 inches for the TOUR ...
      2. Cyril G ...
        Cyril G ... 20 July 2020 12: 44 New
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        It's one thing a guided projectile for firing at sea / land targets is different for air ...
        1. Jack O'Neill
          Jack O'Neill 20 July 2020 12: 54 New
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          Is it you for me or Mazu?
    2. alexmach
      alexmach 20 July 2020 12: 51 New
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      Americans did not pull

      And the Italians took and pulled, and even in a smaller caliber. It's a shame, right?
      1. Jack O'Neill
        Jack O'Neill 20 July 2020 12: 56 New
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        And the Italians took and pulled, and even in a smaller caliber. It's a shame, right?

        Macaroni cheaters, nothing surprising.
    3. Serg65
      Serg65 20 July 2020 13: 47 New
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      Quote: Jack O'Neill
      "small thing" (20 inches)

      belay Do not care yourself a little boy !!!! Yamato had 18 inches ... recourse request
      1. Jack O'Neill
        Jack O'Neill 20 July 2020 13: 52 New
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        Do not care yourself a little boy !!!! Yamato had 18 inches ...

        0.20 inches *
        1. Serg65
          Serg65 20 July 2020 13: 54 New
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          Quote: Jack O'Neill
          0.20 inches *

          To be really accurate, it's 4 inches !!!
          1. Jack O'Neill
            Jack O'Neill 20 July 2020 13: 55 New
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            To be really accurate, it's 4 inches !!!

            Oh, and I counted 76.2mm. Ahaha.))
            1. Serg65
              Serg65 20 July 2020 13: 59 New
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              Quote: Jack O'Neill
              Oh, and I counted 76.2mm. Ahaha.))

              Ahaha ... well, who pulls your tongue? 1 inch is 2,54 cm, respectively 7,62 cm is 3. THREE inches !!!!
              1. Sentinel-vs
                Sentinel-vs 20 July 2020 14: 09 New
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                We don’t know how many millimeters an inch, but here we are reasoning for guided ammunition. :)
              2. Jack O'Neill
                Jack O'Neill 20 July 2020 16: 30 New
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                This is all Soviet education. What can I do here.
    4. Sentinel-vs
      Sentinel-vs 20 July 2020 13: 48 New
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      20 inches is roughly 500 mm. Chet you messed up.
      1. Jack O'Neill
        Jack O'Neill 20 July 2020 13: 52 New
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        20 inches is roughly 500 mm. Chet you messed up.

        Yes, I didn't draw a zero.
  2. Cyril G ...
    Cyril G ... 20 July 2020 11: 46 New
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    Shot weight - 15.6 kg.

    This is the weight shell, and not a shot, the difference is clear I hope?

    Artillery shot - a set of elements of artillery ammunition for the production of one shot. Main elements - shell, fuse, powder charge, charge igniter (capsule sleeve), sleeve.
    The UOF-58 round includes an OF-58 projectile weighing 15,6 kg.
  3. senima56
    senima56 20 July 2020 11: 52 New
    +3
    This wording “in the short term” can mean anything! And "in a few days" and "in a few years"! fool You either say when specifically - or keep quiet about it! hi
  4. military_cat
    military_cat 20 July 2020 11: 52 New
    -1
    Another talk about the base on the moon in 2015.
  5. Pavel57
    Pavel57 20 July 2020 12: 13 New
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    I wonder what is invested in the concept - guided missile?
    1. Maz
      Maz 20 July 2020 12: 53 New
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      Quote: Pavel57
      I wonder what is invested in the concept - guided missile?

      Cobra (complex index - 9K112 (-1), missiles - 9М112 (M), according to the classification of the US and NATO Defense Ministry - AT-8 Songster, literally "pevun") combat tanks, armored vehicles, small targets such as DOT, DZOT and low-flying helicopters. Shooting can be carried out from the standard 125-mm smoothbore 2A46 cannon of T-64 and T-80 tanks.
    2. Kurare
      Kurare 20 July 2020 15: 56 New
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      Quote: Pavel57
      I wonder what is invested in the concept - guided missile?

      Good question good, and this had to start. I think that this is not about managed shell, and shell with controlled blasting.
      1. vVvAD
        vVvAD 20 July 2020 22: 55 New
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        Hardly - they would have written about controlled detonation. In such a caliber, you can do both controlled blasting and correction / flight control. So, most likely, depending on the type of projectile, both the first (if necessary) and the second.
        It is possible to implement an analogue of KUVT, only to what extent is it expedient and economically justified? On ships, even small ones, there are UVP cells: in them both medium-range missiles, anti-ship missiles, and PLRK can be loaded.
        The main purpose of the installation will be work on the ground and air - here it is more expedient with the so-called. cost will use just guided projectiles.
        1. Kurare
          Kurare 21 July 2020 09: 44 New
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          Quote: vVvAD
          Hardly - they would have written about controlled detonation.

          Too often there are bloopers among journalists. Therefore, I assume that we are talking about a projectile with a controlled detonation. In my opinion, a guided projectile is not a topic for 100 mm. Whether it's 130 or even 152 mm
          1. vVvAD
            vVvAD 22 July 2020 15: 48 New
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            No, technologically everything will fit perfectly. And what they had in mind - it will finally be clear only in fact.
            And about bloopers, even in specialized publications, I completely agree. yes
            1. Kurare
              Kurare 22 July 2020 16: 40 New
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              Quote: vVvAD
              ... technologically, everything will fit.

              Technologically - yes, but for practical reasons - I don't see the point. Too "small" projectile at 100 mm, with regard to explosives.
  6. Strashila
    Strashila 20 July 2020 12: 31 New
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    Or the ATGM system, which are placed on tanks or corrected projectiles.
    1. Pavel57
      Pavel57 20 July 2020 15: 27 New
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      Is it an ATGM for 20 km. shoot?
  7. andrey-ivanov
    andrey-ivanov 20 July 2020 12: 44 New
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    And what is the price of guided projectiles then? The Americans didn’t pull, but will they shoot with a "small" (20 inches)?
    "
    20 inches ???? 100mm is about 4 actually ...
  8. barin
    barin 20 July 2020 12: 45 New
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    the A-190-1 artillery mount is significantly superior in its most important characteristics to the AK-70 developed in the late 176s of the last century

    So they have a different caliber.
  9. rocket757
    rocket757 20 July 2020 12: 56 New
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    Okay, time will tell what ours will do.
    Many people are talking about smart ammunition. Not many can afford it in significant quantities.
  10. yfast
    yfast 20 July 2020 14: 03 New
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    "in the near future will receive guided artillery shells"
    Why tryndet about the prospect? Would do and report who received.
  11. Andrei from Chelyabinsk
    Andrei from Chelyabinsk 20 July 2020 14: 05 New
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    In fact, guided missiles are produced and put into service in almost all technically advanced countries, including the USA and the USSR / RF. But there was not enough money in the USA for shells for Zamvolt, but this is as stupid as Zamvolt himself. The Americans came up with an ammunition more than 2 meters long and weighing 102 kg (for a 155-mm cannon, yeah), which is essentially a rocket launched by a cannon shot and flying 150 km. And this technobred (a conventional missile with such performance characteristics would have been cheaper) was indeed recognized as too expensive, and there are quite a few conventional guided shells in the USA ...
    1. Cyril G ...
      Cyril G ... 20 July 2020 14: 24 New
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      No matter how it turned out now that the projectile for firing at the NLC is more expensive than the cheap missiles with an RKTU like the Pantsyrevsky ones.
      1. huntsman650
        huntsman650 20 July 2020 14: 49 New
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        For shooting at the VTS there have been shells with a radar fuse for a long time.
        1. Cyril G ...
          Cyril G ... 20 July 2020 15: 06 New
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          You will not believe! I am aware that we have had a 57 mm projectile with a radar fuse since the 60s. 20th century. Then the fleet began to receive twin and quad AU ZiF-31/71/75 ...
      2. Andrei from Chelyabinsk
        Andrei from Chelyabinsk 20 July 2020 14: 50 New
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        Did it say somewhere that they brought us guided shells for firing at the NLC? :))))) I think they will put completely ordinary shells to support the landing
        1. Cyril G ...
          Cyril G ... 20 July 2020 15: 06 New
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          Quote: Andrey from Chelyabinsk
          I think they will put completely ordinary ones, to support the landing


          I don’t see the point, however, and no sense either ...
  12. huntsman650
    huntsman650 20 July 2020 14: 47 New
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    Rather correctable. The target will need to be highlighted.
  13. Pavel57
    Pavel57 20 July 2020 15: 29 New
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    Quote: huntsman650
    Rather correctable. The target will need to be highlighted.


    Is it real to highlight the target at 20 km?
    1. huntsman650
      huntsman650 20 July 2020 17: 52 New
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      Yes, from a drone or a scout, behind enemy lines)))
  14. Ros 56
    Ros 56 20 July 2020 15: 43 New
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    An interesting machine gun with a caliber of 100 mm. and even with guided missiles. Just for the Banderlog fleet. One turn and the fleet is over.
  15. Pavel57
    Pavel57 20 July 2020 18: 33 New
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    Quote: huntsman650
    Yes, from a drone or a scout, behind enemy lines)))


    So the UAV must also be placed on the ship.
    And where is the rear of the enemy squadron?