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MNO Poland has signed a contract for the purchase of 108 units. 60 mm mortar LM-60D "Pluto"

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MNO Poland has signed a contract for the purchase of 108 units. 60 mm mortar LM-60D "Pluto"

The Inspectorate of Weapons of the Ministry of Defense and Defense of Poland signed a contract with the Tarnow Mechanical Plant (Zaklady Mechaniczne Tarnow - ZMT) for the supply of 108 new 60-mm mortar LM-60D "Pluton" to the Armed Forces of the country.


According to Altair, the cost of the signed agreement was 6,935 million zlotys (8,028 million zlotys with VAT - 1,92 million dollars). The cost of one complete set of LM-60D mortars in accordance with the current long-term contract is 64,2 thousand PLN (74,3 thousand PLN including VAT).

The contract was signed within the framework of the provisions of the “Draft plan for the technical modernization of the Polish Armed Forces for 2014-2015” and “The Plan for the technical modernization of the Polish Armed Forces for 2013-2022.”

As noted in the RPA MNO, the purchase of other mortars would not allow their compatibility with the 60 mm caliber ammunition used in the Polish army.

ZMT is expected to supply LM-27D mortars annually on 60 during 2014-2017.

From 2002, the Land Forces of Poland received 268 mortars LM-60D, incl. 133 units over the last 6 years: 25 units in 2008 year, 14 units in 2009 year, 27 units in 2010 year, 13 units in 2011 year, 27 units in 2012 year and 27 units in 2013 year.

Ammunition for mortars supplied by the company "Dezamet" (Zaklady Mechaniczne Dezamet). The list of proposals includes fragmentation mines O-LM60, smoke D-LM60, lighting S-LM60 and S-LM60-IR.

Production for the Polish Armed Forces of the mortar LM-60 began in the first half of the 1990-ies. according to the results of the tender, in which Polish companies “Khut Staleva Volya” and OBRSM Tarnov also participated (today it is included in ZMT).

The mortar was developed in three versions: LM-60D (amphibious), LM-60K (for MTR) and LM-60KC (for MTR with a composite barrel). The latest version was performed with just a few prototypes and was not mass-produced. A small amount of mortar version LM-60K entered service with the SSO units.

It is planned that in the near future negotiations will also be completed with ZMT and a contract will be signed for the supply of the next batch of Bor sniper rifles.
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  1. rugor
    rugor April 9 2014 11: 29
    +13
    The arms makers for NATO will simply get rich in the wake of today's hysteria. The West yearned for the enormous military budgets of the Cold War.
    1. W1950
      W1950 April 9 2014 12: 20
      +10
      Expensive drainpipe.
      1. maks-101
        maks-101 April 9 2014 12: 33
        +5
        ZMT is expected to supply LM-27D mortars annually on 60 during 2014-2017.
        purely manual assembly like a Swiss watch is therefore expensive.
        1. krechet-1978
          krechet-1978 April 9 2014 14: 43
          +2
          He probably cuts out a file from a whole bar.
      2. Horst78
        Horst78 April 9 2014 12: 58
        +4
        So the priceist puzzled me belay what
        1. W1950
          W1950 April 9 2014 13: 08
          +1
          There are kickbacks all around.
        2. krechet-1978
          krechet-1978 April 9 2014 14: 42
          0
          Yeah. I would like for the money I would like to see the moon in sight and still get there. Maybe there’s a lot more cucumbers in the kit?
      3. Walk
        Walk April 9 2014 13: 07
        +5
        And expensive and very slow. They need to rivet 100 pieces per month, and they are 27 pieces per year. Apparently, somewhere in the basement, a guest worker from Moldova or Ukraine sits and collects them manually. Moreover, from tools he only has a hammer, a hacksaw and a hand drill.
        1. Not angry
          Not angry April 9 2014 13: 25
          +2
          Quote: Walk
          Moreover, from tools he only has a hammer, a hacksaw and a hand drill.



          And without a file nor how
          1. starhina01
            starhina01 April 9 2014 13: 44
            +3
            what is their quick rearmament lol at such a pace as the Baltic states it will drag on for half a century hi
        2. johnsnz
          johnsnz April 9 2014 14: 37
          0
          and after all, a VAT nickname) laughing
      4. Mishut37rf
        Mishut37rf April 9 2014 23: 43
        0
        Maybe the whole point is in banal corruption? Well, a "drainpipe" with a steel cake cannot cost almost 800000 rubles.
    2. APASUS
      APASUS April 9 2014 18: 23
      0
      Quote: rugor
      The arms makers for NATO will simply get rich in the wake of today's hysteria.

      Now, as in the days of the social camps, they will report and compete who bought the most !!
      For first place - Obama's kiss ...... laughing
  2. bvi1965
    bvi1965 April 9 2014 11: 31
    +12
    Polish version of the missile defense system.
    1. Barsik
      Barsik April 9 2014 12: 09
      +5
      Polish version of the missile defense system.

      Mattresses told pshek that it was a strategic suitcase capable of throwing promising nuclear suitcases manufactured by a mattress wassat
      alternative warhead - large caliber dildos bully
    2. alex-s
      alex-s April 9 2014 14: 29
      0
      contract for the supply to the Armed Forces of the country of 108 new 60-mm mortars LM-60D "Pluto".

      Why did they come up with a new one? Ours invented them in the Great Patriotic War!
  3. Coffee_time
    Coffee_time April 9 2014 11: 33
    +4
    Buy more trophies and empty the treasury as data purchases are unnecessary
  4. Riperbahn
    Riperbahn April 9 2014 11: 35
    +3
    Cheap weapons for mass armament of an unprepared army of psheks. Everywhere they arm themselves with high-precision, and these apparently are going to fight with the cavalry. Psheks - were morons, remained morons.
    1. jjj
      jjj April 9 2014 11: 43
      +3
      Everywhere your gesheft
  5. cerbuk6155
    cerbuk6155 April 9 2014 11: 42
    +5
    This will not help them. And we will no longer shed blood and help them. Selling they are very. negative
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  8. tolyasik0577
    tolyasik0577 April 9 2014 11: 45
    +2
    It seems that the Polish army is preparing to fight with Bandera in the forests of western Ukraine. I have no other use.
    1. Riperbahn
      Riperbahn April 9 2014 11: 49
      +4
      Just in the woods is inefficient. In open spaces only.
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    3. siberalt
      siberalt April 9 2014 14: 42
      0
      Yes, what are the Poles warriors. They would profit from what remains of the big brawl of others. A mortar to protect their barns with good. From zapadentsev, of course laughing
  9. Roman 1977
    Roman 1977 April 9 2014 11: 48
    +7
    By the way, do not laugh at 60-mm mortars, for example, our commandos in Afghanistan, without their own artillery, willingly used American 60-mm M-19 mortars, Chinese type 63 and Pakistani M-6 created on its basis (a copy Yugoslav mortar M57).
    There were no similar systems in service with the Soviet Army - after 1945, the 82-mm mortar was considered the "lightest", weighing almost 42 kg in combat position. Despite the high power of 3,14 kg of the mine, the total weight of the 82-mm mortar with ammunition made it unsuitable for warfare in difficult terrain, while the weight of the Type 63 mortar and 10 mines did not exceed 25 kg. The Americans faced the same problem in Vietnam, but they managed to solve the problem thanks to the M-19 and M-2 mortars preserved in the warehouses.
    The Soviet troops had to make do with trophies, which the enemy did not regularly "supply" them with. An example is the temporary use of a 60-mm mortar by a reconnaissance group of the 3rd company of the "Jalalabad" special forces detachment. This mortar and about 40 mines were captured in December 1985 during a special forces raid on the transshipment base of caravans in the province of Nangarhar. But due to the limited amount of ammunition, by the spring of next year, he ended up in the detachment's armament depot, and later in the captured arsenal. Mortars, mostly made in China, were sometimes used to reinforce the armored groups of special forces and were transported on the BTR-70.

    http://kvadar2010.narod.ru/index/0-17


    The American mortar M19 captured from Dushmans. At the muzzle end there is a fixed goniometer designed to determine the elevation of the barrel when the mortar is used without a bipod. For rough guidance in azimuth, there is a white line on the trunk. Exhibit of the Central Museum of the Federal Border Service of the Russian Federation.

    Trophies captured from Dushmans are anti-aircraft mounts ZGU-1 and mortars Type 63. In the lower left corner is the Pakistani M-6 mortar
    During the "888" war, our troops also had to face Yugoslavian 60-mm M-57 mortars, 50 units of which were delivered to Georgia from Bosnia-Herzegovina in the 2000s, some of which were captured by the Russian army during the hostilities in South Ossetia in August 2008.

    M57 mortar manufactured in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
    It was captured by the Russian army during the hostilities in South Ossetia in August 2008. Top left - 60-mm mine with capping; upper right - M57 mortar; below - a plate with markings mounted on the M57 mortar.
    However, the unique Silent 60-mm mortar 2Б25, developed by the Central Research Institute "Burevestnik" from Nizhny Novgorod, first demonstrated at the international exhibition of military equipment and weapons MILEX-2011 in Minsk, also comes into service with SPN units.
    1. Russ69
      Russ69 April 9 2014 11: 58
      +4
      Quote: Novel 1977
      By the way, do not laugh at 60 mm mortars

      I agree that in the West such mortars have been produced for a long time and have proved their effectiveness.
    2. Afinogen
      Afinogen April 9 2014 13: 10
      +2
      Quote: Novel 1977
      by the way, you should not laugh at 60-mm mortars, for example, our commandos in Afghanistan, without their own artillery, willingly used American 60-mm mortars M-19, Chinese type 63 and Pakistani M-6 created on its basis (taken from Yugoslav mortar M57).


      Well, now our special forces have a super mortar silent and compact, the main thing is to quickly become steel.

    3. cosmos111
      cosmos111 April 9 2014 14: 39
      0
      more on the topic (((
      Czech- 60-mm SANTOS- on the handle, mounted mechanical sight ...

      South Africa - 60-mm M4 L3, and M4 Mk1 ...

      Peru- 60-mm DC-M37C1 ...

      Switzerland-60-mm from Swiss Ordnance ..

      Israel-60-mm Soltan Commando ..

  10. ZU-23
    ZU-23 April 9 2014 11: 57
    +1
    Something some kind of news and a neighbor bought a gun smile
  11. chunga-changa
    chunga-changa April 9 2014 12: 00
    +2
    The company’s mortar is a necessary thing, of course, the 82-mm is more effective, but it’s a battalion. We had a 50-mm company mortar, despite the unsuccessful design, it was popular among the troops. AGS company mortar will not replace.
  12. Grenz
    Grenz April 9 2014 12: 03
    +2
    Yes, for serious people and serious affairs, of course, the device is good. No doubt about it.
    Only sometimes you read that the Poles are buying and you understand that, in essence, they still have remained simply flea marketers.
    Something got stuck, others got cheap. They remade something themselves.
    Well, not to be like the Ukrainian army.
    1. Riperbahn
      Riperbahn April 9 2014 12: 04
      +1
      That's it. Flea marketers, damn it.
  13. shasherin_pavel
    shasherin_pavel April 9 2014 12: 06
    +1
    There was a 50 mm mortar in our army, but due to complete inefficiency, a blade was removed from the armament, just like a 25 mm mortar. Just imagine that at such a mortar you need to use professional people who could use a mortar with 3 kg. mine, which has proved its effectiveness in all wars and in all armies of the world, we have a caliber of 82 mm, 81 mm in the West.
  14. kelevra
    kelevra April 9 2014 12: 09
    0
    What is the use of such mortars now! There are much more effective and more advanced types of weapons of this type! Only these trophies are enough for the Polish military budget!
    1. Walk
      Walk April 9 2014 13: 11
      +2
      You're not right. This is an effective weapon of mobile terrorist, or vice versa, anti-terrorist groups.
  15. pts-m
    pts-m April 9 2014 12: 13
    +1
    it seems these guys want to protect their country from: the right sector: .P, Sy is not limited to the southeast. so. as the people say, "who is armed in advance and laughs last" ...
  16. Orc-xnumx
    Orc-xnumx April 9 2014 12: 21
    0
    A mortar company ... about nothing.
  17. Riperbahn
    Riperbahn April 9 2014 12: 35
    +1
    My opinion. Psheks, due to the limited mind (relatives of the Ukram), do not buy what is more effective and necessary, but because the number is larger and cheaper.
  18. chastener
    chastener April 9 2014 12: 42
    0
    It looks more like a telescope)))
  19. vomag
    vomag April 9 2014 12: 42
    +1
    Yes, in the mountains it is very even "GUT", and on the plains it is rather weak, why is it to the Poles, perhaps someone's interest has worn out ...
  20. Klim2011
    Klim2011 April 9 2014 12: 46
    +1
    The "speed" of the Polish military-industrial complex is striking:
    ZMT is expected to supply LM-27D mortars annually on 60 during 2014-2017.

    108 mortars in three years? recourse
  21. qwert
    qwert April 9 2014 13: 05
    +2
    Poles are by no means stupider than Russians or Ukrainians. You shouldn't be like that. It's just one thing to be one of the advanced countries of the Eastern Bloc, and another thing to be the backyard of Europe. Once they could develop from scratch and produce helicopters and airplanes, but now only American ones are assembled with a screwdriver. For the time being, the old personnel on the basis of the T-72 were able to create the PT-91 "Twardi", but they are gradually switching over to what is "supposed" to the backyards. The Tats, Germans, French and English will never recognize them as equal, and will continue to try to degrade them. But in general, the Poles as a people are quite worthy, only they were not very lucky for rulers and politicians ...
    1. Riperbahn
      Riperbahn April 9 2014 14: 22
      0
      I just do not agree - Pshek are stupider than the named nations. Well, except for the great ukrov.
    2. inkass_98
      inkass_98 April 9 2014 14: 32
      0
      Quote: qwert
      Once they could design from scratch and produce helicopters and planes

      C'mon, they designed helicopters from scratch. Mi-2 and Ka-26 were produced in different versions, our tanks were produced under license, aircraft too. All that they could design to produce themselves - small arms, cars, and those were licensed.
      1. dmikras
        dmikras April 9 2014 17: 41
        0
        in vain you built good ships like this some of us are still standing
        but power was in the unity of peoples
  22. Vasily Sosenko
    Vasily Sosenko April 9 2014 13: 07
    +1
    And why are they only arming themselves? If anything, NATO will cover. Although, from whom to cover? We do not need them, except perhaps from our partners in the block ...
  23. PureGUN
    PureGUN April 9 2014 13: 13
    +1
    Quote: shasherin_pavel
    we have a 82 mm caliber, 81 mm in the West.

    Those. Will our mortar be able to use the captured ammunition?
    1. JoylyRoger
      JoylyRoger April 9 2014 13: 26
      0
      So it was during the Second World War. Our used German 81 mm mines.
  24. Sochi
    Sochi April 9 2014 13: 25
    +2
    I'm certainly not a mortar man, but it seems that according to the results of the second world, the sonometers with a caliber of less than 80 mm were considered ineffective. So it looks more like drank dibs on the background of hysteria.
  25. konvalval
    konvalval April 9 2014 13: 31
    0
    Quote: rugor
    The arms makers for NATO will simply get rich in the wake of today's hysteria. The West yearned for the enormous military budgets of the Cold War.

    One of the reasons for the destabilization of Ukraine is the desire to get rich.
  26. KAPITANUS
    KAPITANUS April 9 2014 13: 50
    +2
    Let the psheks shoot him.
  27. Chaplain52
    Chaplain52 April 9 2014 14: 06
    +1
    The 21st century is in the yard .. you won’t be able to fight with mobile telescopes with these telescopes, but throw mines at the seized terrorist groups. And the price of the mortar and ridiculous volumes of production steadily suggest the kickbacks.
    1. krechet-1978
      krechet-1978 April 9 2014 15: 01
      0
      Yeah! And they said that mortars are recoilless guns!
  28. sazhka4
    sazhka4 April 9 2014 14: 15
    0
    3 against, 8 for .. For what or what are these numbers? Type approve the purchase or not?
    1. inkass_98
      inkass_98 April 9 2014 14: 33
      +1
      Quote: sazhka4
      ..For what or why are these numbers?

      And this is to confuse the Poles, let them worry laughing .
  29. A1L9E4K9S
    A1L9E4K9S April 9 2014 14: 20
    +1
    Quote: qwert
    But in general, the Poles as a people are quite worthy, but the rulers and politicians were not very lucky ....


    Lyakhi, they are Poles, not when they were anything but a noble pride and beyond ambition. The desire to have Poland from Mozh to Mozh was an eternal dream of the Poles. They, too, were in all troubles, as Ukraine was to blame for Russia ,two of a Kind.
  30. individual
    individual April 9 2014 14: 32
    +1
    Poles, just in case, are armed with recoilless mobile barrels to repel the campaign of the "right sector" performing the imperfections of S. Bandera. am
  31. SILAnov
    SILAnov April 9 2014 14: 39
    0
    what is the news ???? Yes, for .... r, what did they buy there !!! Better tell about armored personnel carriers in Lugansk !!!
    "In connection with the actions of the protesters, who occupied the building of the regional administration of the Security Service of Ukraine, armored personnel carriers were brought into Lugansk, Ukrainian TV channels reported on Wednesday. "
  32. Yarik
    Yarik April 9 2014 14: 53
    0
    MNO Poland has signed a contract for the purchase of 108 units. 60 mm mortar LM-60D "Pluto"


    60-mm. Serious caliber. The only thing that is not thought out is a narrow range of ammunition. But it would be better to establish the production of concrete slaughter mines. Again, an occasion for kickbacks ... laughing
  33. bigELDAK
    bigELDAK April 9 2014 15: 04
    0
    range max 1300m just for such a large country Schaub neighbors do not hurt wassat soldier
  34. razved
    razved April 9 2014 16: 43
    0
    They also imagine themselves to be great Europeans ...
  35. sv68
    sv68 April 9 2014 17: 38
    0
    Do you plan to stomp cruise missiles in the open field on entrenched infantry? For this, mortars are used where there is no gun. Someone will not produce weapons that are already ineffective. And mortars are a cheap and simple means of close combat against enemy infantry
  36. Oml
    Oml April 9 2014 17: 51
    +1

    Good purchase. It’s even enviable.
  37. 52
    52 April 9 2014 18: 30
    0
    Quote: Sochi
    I'm certainly not a mortar man, but it seems that according to the results of the second world, the sonometers with a caliber of less than 80 mm were considered ineffective. So it looks more like drank dibs on the background of hysteria.

    Moreover, they will buy environmentally friendly "kakapults" in an unforgettable one! EURO-7 type
  38. 52
    52 April 9 2014 18: 59
    0
    Quote: OML

    Good purchase. It’s even enviable.

    Upper class!!