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[Gallery] Iranian Armed Forces

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    Hello guys.

    I found this video on youtube and wanted to know the name of the weapons that appear in the end of the video. Does anyone know?

     
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    The name of this weapon is khaybar 2002.
     
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    Very awesome
     
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    these guns are khaybar bullpopsthe first family of iranian rifles
    it has some models that the best one is khaybar 2002
    its so old in iranian defensive industry i think iran produced it in high numbers
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    the picture of its first three models
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    picture of most powerfull member of khaybar family [​IMG]
    and the last design in hands of iranian defence minister of ahmadi nejad [​IMG]
     
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    Has this already been posted?

    Iranian P-3F escorted by VF-213 Tomcat.


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    The Khaybar was never adopted by any branch of Iran's armed forces. It was sent to Syria for evaluation but the Syrians were not impressed by it and decided to adopt the AK-74 instead
     
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    Must not have been a good design, but an important stepping stone. Have there been any improved variants?
     
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    It was an ambitious design for Iran considering they never had any experience with a Bullpup rifle! I have not seen any new versions aside from the 3 existing models that you can find in Sobhan's post above. Iran also came up with a G-3 Bullpup design around the same time as the Khaybar but that too was not adopted either.
     
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    ASH-3D Sea King / Sea Killer (Fajr-e-Darya)
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    Type: Light, short-range, air-launched, anti-ship missile
    Range: Approximately 20km
    Guidance: Electro-optical
    Speed: Mach 0.8

    The Italian-designed, Sea Killer anti-ship missile, was supplied to Iran with the Vosper Mk5 corvettes, but was withdrawn from service in the early 1990s (replaced by the C-802). However, the type resurfaced in the late 1990s as the indigenous Fajr-e Darya programme, reborn as a helicopter-launched missile. The programme is thought to have benefited from Chinese assistance, sometimes described by the Chinese designation FL-6. Although the missile has been paraded publicly in recent years, and seen mounted on Islamic Republic of Iran Navy Aviation ASH-3D Sea King helicopters, it seems to have been eclipsed by the Chinese C-701 and TL-10 missile types (see Kosar).

    The missile closely resembles the Italian, Marte Mk2 missile, because they are both derived from the Sea Killer. The European missile uses an active radar seeker and is generally more capable.

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    Bluffer's Guide: Iranian Naval Power 2007

    Mil Mi-17 ‘Hip’ / Noor
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    Quantity in service: ?
    Missile: C-802 (Noor)

    At least one test launch has been publicised, but its operational status is unclear. The Noor missile (indigenously-produced C-802) fitted to the Mi-17 is a modification of the land-based variant, normally fired from a box launcher. This means that the launch booster and the pop-out folding fins, are retained. An advantage of retaining the launch booster, is slightly longer range and the ability to fire the missile while at a very slow speed or hover; but the down side is a rather heavy missile that must exit the helicopter very calmly, to ensure that the fins do not hit the fuselage or pylons when they pop-out split seconds after launch.

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    Bluffer's Guide: Iranian Naval Power 2007
     
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    Sea%20King.jpg

    Stationed in the south of Iran at Bushehr Heliport and Bandar Abbas Navy Field are the ASH-3Ds of the IRINA (Islamic Republic of Iran Navy Aviation). Before the 1979 Iranian revolution, it was simply called the IIN (Imperial Iranian Navy).

    Photo: MAP

    http://www.scramble.nl/orbats/iran/summary