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Pakistan Armys man portable single round launcher

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  1. Inception-06

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    @HRK @PanzerKiel @Quwa..and all other resptected Members are welcome to disucss:

    I guess its something like that:

    Man-portable single round launchers have been developed. These systems are tripod-mounted and provide a capability similar to mortars. Variants are produced in China (Type 85), Egypt (PRL-81), Iran (Fadjr-1, single and twin round) and South Africa (Inflict).
     
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    khush gawar mahol me test sar-anjam kia hai.
     
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    unguided projectile cannot be jammed.
     
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    Launcher like that, and rocket like this will be hell of a match.
     
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    Possibly the Spanish antitank systems bought not long ago. A guided variant (IR sensors on the fins as in the APFWS rockets) could be a decently affordable option. Also the system seen in the video will probably be large enough to house tandem shaped charges to handle modern main battle tanks from certain angles, as well as APCs and other vehicles.
     
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    BTW which ATGM is this, its neither Tow or Baktar Shikan or Kornet ....

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    This is good technology but but in in higher altitude areas where oxygen level is low, Ramjet technology failed
     
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    At first I thought it could be The Spanish Alcotan recently (a few years ago) purchased at a decent price, but the sound a wire unwinding makes me think it’s a Baktar Shikran.

    The Alcotan comes with a imager unit to help guide the rocket. I figure we could develop it further; adding laser guidance or some kind of image based guidance unit similar to mistral manpads Or the apkws, it could improve the accuracy while delivering a heavy punch at an affordable price.

    https://www.sinodefenceforum.com/t/pakistan-military-news-reports-data-etc.5723/post-455527



     
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    Seems more like a guided rocket than an ATGM. Even shape dictates nothing like any AGTM in our inventory. Such high burn and speed only come from artillery rockets.
     
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    The missile in the video is not Baktar Shikan.
     
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    Type-85/65?

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    POF/HIT cant even make Alcotan at home.
    Plz change my mind.
    :angry:
     
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    Yes something like that, till now only Iran and Turkey were known to make the clones of these Chinese pieces. Portable 107mm rocket launchers. Not too accurate or expensive but can wreck havoc and can be fired from a concealed location. Perfect for LOC forward positions and not as expensive as ATGMs.
    https://21stcenturyasianarmsrace.com/2016/10/14/the-amazing-career-of-the-type-63-rocket-launcher/
     
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  14. PanzerKiel

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    They may not be suitable for LOC. LOC requires pin point targeting capability. If we fire unguided projectiles, they have the potential to miss their target, which can result into civilian casualties and damages. This can have negative impact. Otherwise, we are already having MBRLs etc which are also not fired for the same very reasons.
     
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    Accuracy should be greater than regular artillery. At LOC they can be used against visible bunkers, instead of spending ATGMs and you can fire them concealed whereas easier to transport to front than artillery. Its a harassment weapon.
     
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