Some zastava snipers from http://www.mycity-military.com/Ostal...er-2011_8.html
Thanx for the info, really neat vehicle.
Guided missiles, air to land missiles, anti tank systems, UAV's, artilery, electronics, etc... I'll never cease to be impressed by the serbian defense industries capacities. For a small nation that was under all sanctions and bombed 12 years ago, it is not just good, it is excellent!
Keep up the good way!
The Orkan CER multiple launch rocket system was developed by the Yugoimport-SDPR, a Serbian state-owned company, founded in 1949. It is a recent version of the M87 Orkan. Currently it is being proposed for possible customers. This artillery rocket system is intended for rapid and unexpected strikes against enemy troops and non-armored vehicles. It features high firepower, long range, high operational and tactical mobility.
The Orkan CER has a newly designed artillery section with eight 262-mm launching tubes. It is capable of firing 262-mm rockets of the older M87 Orkan. A standard rocket is 4.85 m long and weights 390 kg. Warhead weights about 90 kg. A HE, HE-FRAG, thermobaric and cluster warheads with 288 dual-purpose bomblets, or 24 magnetic sensor-fused anti-tank mines are available. A standard rocket has a range of 50 km. An extended range rocket is 4.88 m long and weights 404 kg. Warhead of this rocket also weights about 90 kg. It has a maximum range of 65 km.
A standard version of the Orkan CER is fitted with manual aiming controls. Automatic controls are optional. Launching vehicle is equipped with a GPS unit for automatic positioning. Rockets can be launched directly from the cab or up to 80 m remotely from the vehicle. The Orkan CER is capable of launching single rockets or full salvo.
This artillery rocket system is based on the Russian KamAZ-63501 8x8 cross-country truck. Vehicle is fitted with a central tyre inflation system, which is controlled from the cab. This artillery rocket system has operational temperature range from -30°C to +50°C
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