AT-1 Snapper

Notes: The Sovietís first attempt at an ATGM, the Snapper is now considered an antique. Nevertheless, the Snapper can still be found in mobilization-only units and Third World nations like North Korea. The AT-1 can be used from a ground mount or from makeshift vehicle mounts; some of the original mountings include quadruple mounts on BRDM and UAZ-469 vehicles. The AT-1 is a very slow missile; on a smooth road, some vehicles may actually be able to outrun it.

Weapon

Weights

Missile Caliber

Guidance

Missile Speed

Prices

AT-1 Snapper (2K15 Shmel)

(Ground Mount) 22.5 kg; (9K12 Missile) 22.25 kg

140mm

Wire MCLOS

268

(Ground Mount) $2000; (Missile) $302

Weapon

Reload

Round

Min Range

Max Range

Damage

Pen

Difficulty

AT-1 Snapper

3

HEAT

370

2700

C13 B45

69C

FOR

AT-2 Swatter

Notes: This old ATGM currently has the same status as the AT-1. The AT-2 is occasionally found on some very old BRDMs or UAZ-469s on a 4-round mount. The 3M11 missile is radio-guided and thus susceptible to jamming; 9M17M and 9M17P missiles use IR guidance and cannot be jammed, but can be affected by flares or screening smoke.

Weapon

Weights

Missile Caliber

Guidance

Missile Speed

Prices

AT-2 Swatter-A (3K11 Fleyta)

(Launcher) 29.4 kg; (3M11 missile) 26.5 kg

132mm

Radio MCLOS

750

(Launcher) $2064; (3M11 Missile) $398

AT-2 Swatter-B (3K11M Fleyta)

(Launcher) 29.4 kg; (9M17M/9M17P Missiles) 26.5 kg

132mm

IR SACLOS

750

(Launcher) $2840; (9M17M Missile) $477, (9M17P Missile) $482

Weapon

Reload

Round

Min Range

Max Range

Damage

Pen

Difficulty

AT-2 (3M11 Missile)

3

HEAT

600

2500

C11 B35

71C

FOR

AT-2 (9M17M Missile)

3

HEAT

500

3000

C11 B35

71C

FOR

AT-2 (9M17P Missile)

3

HEAT

300

4000

C14 B40

98C

DIF

AT-3 Sagger

Notes: This is the Western designation for the 9K11 Malyutka ATGM. It was first introduced in the early 1960s, and over the years, there were several new versions of the missile to cope with increasing armor threats and to increase flexibility. It is a wire guided missile that is guided from a separate guidance unit that may be physically separated from the launcher by up to 3 meters, connected by wire. The missile is very difficult to guide and requires considerable operator skill and practice, since the operator must keep both the target and missile in his sights for the entire duration of the flight. The AT-3 has long been out of service in most Warsaw Pact armies as well as Russian Category 1 and 2 units, but is still issued to lower category units and the armies of many Third World countries.

Weapon

Weights

Missile Caliber

Guidance

Missile Speed

Prices

AT-3 Sagger (9K11 Malyutka)

(Launcher) 10.9 kg; (9M14 Missile) 11.3 kg, (9M14M Missile) 10.9 kg, (9M14P Missile) 10.9 kg, (9M14MP1 Missile) 12.5 kg, (9M14-2 Missile) 13.5 kg, (9M14G Missile) 12 kg

125mm

(9M14, 9M14M Missiles) Wire MCLOS; (Others) Wire SACLOS

(9M14-2, 9M14G Missiles) 650; (Others) 600

(Launcher) $2074; (9M14 Missile) $190, (9M14M Missile) $186 kg, (9M14P Missile) $262, (9M14MP1 Missile) $278, (9M14-2 Missile) $458, (9M14G Missile) $490

Weapon

Reload

Round

Min Range

Max Range

Damage

Pen

Difficulty

AT-3 (9M14 Missile)

1

HEAT

500

3000

C13 B35

70C

FOR

AT-3 (9M14M Missile)

1

HEAT

500

3000

C13 B35

70C

DIF

AT-3 (9M14P Missile)

1

HEAT

500

3000

C15 B40

89C

DIF

AT-3 (9M14MP1 Missile)

1

HEAT

500

3000

C18 B40

108C

DIF

AT-3 (9M14-2 Missile)

2

HEAT-T

500

3000

C21 B45

121C/152C

DIF

AT-3 (9M14G Missile)

1

Thermobaric

500

3000

C62 B40

48C

DIF

AT-4 Spigot

Notes: This man-portable replaced the AT-3 Sagger in most Russian units as well as those of most First World and Second World Soviet and Russian client states. It is a large improvement in terms of guidance over the Sagger, and many comparisons have been made between the AT-4 and the Milan with regards to form factor and method of guidance. Though the AT-4ís tripod/sight unit are less bulky, they are heavier than that of the Milan; the AT-4 also lacks the toughness of the Milanís electronics and is quite easy to put out of commission by a stray bump or being dropped in the wrong way. Most AT-4ís are sold with a clip-on night vision system; this is IR in the case of export systems, but usually thermal vision for Russian systems. A handicap of both of these night vision systems is that neither has the range of the 9M111-2 or 9M111M missiles that can be fired from it (2000 meters of range for the NOD, 2500 meters of range for the missiles mentioned). A later thermal imaging unit increases the observation range of the viewer to 3600 meters. Despite these shortcomings, the AT-4 has proliferated widely throughout the world. Note that the updated 9P135M-series firing units may also fire AT-5 Spandrel missiles.

Croatia has a variant with an alternate Wire MCLOS guidance system. This is for use in high-countermeasures environments.

Weapon

Weights

Missile Caliber

Guidance

Missile Speed

Prices

AT-4 Spigot (9P135 Fagot)

(9P135 Launcher) 22.5 kg, (9P135M/M3 Launchers) 35.5 kg, (9S451M2 Launcher) 31.5 kg; (9M111 Missile) 13 kg, (9M111-2 Missile) 13.4 kg, (9M111M Missile) 13.4 kg

120mm

Wire SACLOS

(9M111 Missile) 930, (Others) 900

(9P135 Launcher) $1900, (9P135M Launcher) $2900, (9P135M3 Launcher) $3900, (9S451M2 Launcher) $4125; (9M111 Missile) $417, (9M111-2 Missile) $391 kg, (9M111M Missile) $

Weapon

Reload

Round

Min Range

Max Range

Damage

Pen

Difficulty

AT-4 (9M111 Missile)

4

HEAT

70

2000

C14 B40

79C

AVG

AT-4 (9M111-2 Missile)

4

HEAT

70

2500

C17 B40

113C

AVG

AT-4 (9M111M Missile)

4

HEAT

70

2500

C19 B45

137C

AVG

AT-5 Spandrel

Notes: The Spandrel was designed to replace older AT-1, 2, and 3 missiles on vehicular launchers. It was supposed to replace all vehicular AT-1, AT-2, and AT-3 missiles, there are still a lot of AT-3 and even in some smaller countries, AT-2 missiles in circulation. In some cases, the older missiles were in fact replaced by AT-4 ATGM. Also, in some cases, the deployment of the AT-5 has been leapfrogged by the newer AT-14 system. In addition, provisions were made to allow the AT-5 to be fired from newer iterations of the AT-4 Spigot launcher.

Twilight 2000 Notes: Though the AT-5 was massively deployed, generations of missiles as early as AT-1 continued to be used by Mobilization-Only units and by Third World countries such as North Korea and Afghanistan.

Weapon

Weights

Missile Caliber

Guidance

Missile Speed

Prices

AT-5 Spandrel (9K113 Konkurs)

(Launcher) Vehicular Launcher or AT-4 Launchers; (9M113 Missile) 25.2 kg, (9M113M Missile) 26.5 kg

135mm

Wire SACLOS

1000

(Launcher) Vehicular Launcher or AT-4 Launcher; (9M113 Missile) $568, (9M113M Missile) $914

Weapon

Reload

Round

Min Range

Max Range

Damage

Pen

Difficulty

AT-5 (9M113 Missile)

6

HEAT

70

4000

C17 B40

129C

AVG

AT-5 (9M113M Missile)

6

HEAT

70

4000

C22 B45

119C/149C

AVG

AT-6 Spiral

Notes: This missile is designed for use as a helicopter and aircraft armament. It is designed as an antitank weapon, but has limited use as an air-to-air missile. The 9M114, 9M114M1, and 9M114G1 missiles use frequency-hopping radio guidance and must be guided throughout their entire flight; the 9M114M2 and 9M114G2 use IR Fire-and-Forget guidance, but can be decoyed by flares or screening smoke.

Weapon

Weights

Missile Caliber

Guidance

Missile Speed

Prices

AT-6 Spiral-A (9K114 Shturm)

(Launcher) Vehicle Mount; (9M114, 9M114M1, 9M114G1 Missiles) 35 kg

140mm

Radio SACLOS

1900

(Launcher) Vehicle Mount; (9M114 Missile) $606, (9M114M1 Missile) $999, (9M114G1 Missile) $1092

AT-6 Spiral-B (9K114 Shturm)

(Launcher) Vehicle Mount; (9M114M2, 9M114G2 Missiles) 35 kg

140mm

IR Fire and Forget

1900

(Launcher) Vehicle Mount; (9M114M2 Missile) $6912, (9M114G2 Missile) $8961

Weapon

Reload

Round

Min Range

Max Range

Damage

Pen

Difficulty

AT-6 (9M114 Missile)

5

HEAT

400

5000

C19 B45

118C

DIF

AT-6 (9M114M1 Missile)

5

HEAT-T

400

5000

C19 B45

106C/133C

AVG

AT-6 (9M114M2 Missile)

5

HEAT-T

400

5000

C23 B50

122C/153C

AVG

AT-6 (9M114G1 Missile)

5

Thermobaric

400

5000

C58 B40

53C

AVG

AT-6 (9M114G2 Missile)

5

Thermobaric

400

5000

C68 B45

67C

AVG

AT-7 Saxhorn

Notes: Originally believed to be in form and function similar to the US Dragon ATGM, that missile was subsequently revealed to in fact be a captured Dragon that the Soviets were testing with the intent to reverse-engineer. They found the Dragonís performance as lacking as US troops did, and came up with their own missile instead. The actual AT-7 is a tube-launched missile mounted on a lightweight tripod launcher. It is small and light and can even be used against slow-moving helicopters or aircraft. It is normally issued with the 1PN86V/Mulat-115 thermal imaging sight, and I have included this as part of the AT-7ís cost. The AT-7 can be fired from enclosed spaces, though Russian doctrine recommends at least 2 meters of space between the back of the weapon and the wall. If fired at a target less than 500 meters away, the AT-7 may be shoulder-fired.

Weapon

Weights

Missile Caliber

Guidance

Missile Speed

Prices

AT-7 Saxhorn (9K115 Metis)

(Launcher) 10.2 kg; (Missile) 6.3 kg

94mm

Wire SACLOS

800

(Launcher) $3600; (Missile) $284

Weapon

Reload

Round

Min Range

Max Range

Damage

Pen

Difficulty

AT-7 (9M115 Missile)

2

HEAT

40

1000

C10 B30

90C

AVG

AT-8 Songster

Notes: Called Kobra in Russian service, this ATGM is fired through the gun tube of the T-64, T-72, T-80, T-86, T-90, and T-94 tanks, addressing their poor long-range gun accuracy. The Songster is carried in two stages, which click together in the gun tube. The autoloader cannot handle the Songster, so the gunner must leave his station and load the missile by hand, and this causes a long loading time. The Songster is guided by the tankís laser rangefinder. It can also be used to engage helicopters.

Weapon

Weights

Missile Caliber

Guidance

Missile Speed

Prices

AT-8 (9K112 Kobra)

(Launcher) NA; (9M112 Missile) 30 kg, (9M112M Missile) 32 kg

125mm

Laser Designation

2000

(Launcher) NA; (9M112 Missile) $558, (9M112M Missile) $837

Weapon

Reload

Round

Min Range

Max Range

Damage

Pen

Difficulty

AT-8 (9M112 Missile)

5

HEAT

1000*

4000

C15 B40

113C

AVG

AT-8 (9M112M Missile)

5

HEAT-T

1000*

4000

C15 B40

90C/113C

AVG

*The Songster may be fired at shorter ranges, but the guidance system may not acquire the missile in time to properly guide it. If fired at a target between 750-999 meters away, hitting the target is one level more difficult; if fired at a range of 500-749 meters, hitting is two levels more difficult; and if fired at a range of 100-499 meters, hitting is three levels more difficult.

AT-9 Spiral-2

Notes: This is known to the Russians as the 9M120 Ataka. The AT-9 is an upgraded AT-6, with a better guidance system that is more resistant to jamming, a somewhat faster speed of 2000 meters per phase, and a longer range and more effective warhead. Most use of the AT-9 is from helicopters, particularly the Mi-24, Mi-28, Mi-38, and Mi-40 series, the Helix series, and the Ka-50s. The AT-9 has sufficient speed and guidance capability that it can be used against helicopters and slower aircraft. The AT-9 is one of the rarer Russian ATGM, despite having not been introduced until 1990; the Russians developed a heavier and more advanced version of the AT-6/AT-9 series, the AT-16, soon thereafter.

Twilight 2000 Notes: Special operations variants of the Ka-60 and Ka-115 are also capable of using the AT-9. About 10% of the MT-LB AT-6 ATGM vehicles were also able to use the AT-9.

Merc 2000 Notes: Production of this missile was dropped within 4 months of its introduction in favor of the AT-16.

Weapon

Weights

Missile Caliber

Guidance

Missile Speed

Prices

AT-9 (9K120 Ataka)

(Launcher) Vehicle Launcher); (Missiles) 48.5 kg

140mm

Radio SACLOS

2000

(Launcher) NA; (9M120 Missile) $670, (9M120F Missile) $1095, (9M220 Missile) $1004, (9A220 Missile) $512

Weapon

Reload

Round

Min Range

Max Range

Damage

Pen

Difficulty

AT-9 (9M120 Missile)

6

HEAT

400

6000

C23 B50

153C

AVG

AT-9 (9M120F Missile)

6

Thermobaric

400

6000

C68 B45

67C

AVG

AT-9 (9M220 Missile)

6

HEAT-T

400

7000

C23 B50

122C/153C

AVG

AT-9 (9A2220 Missile)

6

FRAG-HE

400

7000

C26 B75

14C

AVG

AT-10/12 Stabber

Notes: This is a laser-guided ATGM fired from the gun barrel of a tank or IFV using a 100mm or 115mm gun and equipped with certain special equipment. There are seven versions of the Stabber, consisting four basic versions and three improved versions. The basic versions are the 9M117 Bastion (fired by a specially-equipped version of the T-55 tank known as the T-55 AM2), the 9M117 Kastet (fired by versions of the MT-12 field gun equipped with a laser guidance module), the 9M117 Basnya (fired by BMP-3 IFVís), and the 9M116 Sheksna (fired by a specially-modified T-62 tank known as the T-62M). The improved versions are the 9M117M1 Kan (fired by the MT-12 field gun, as above), the 9M117M1 Arkan (fired by the BMP-3), and the 9M116M1 Sheksna (fired by the T-62M). The difference between the basic and improved versions is the tandem warhead used by the improved models to allow a better result against ERA. The basic rounds are all virtually identical (except for the caliber difference between the 9M117 and 9M116), but are different enough that they cannot be interchanged; a Kastet cannot be fired from a BMP-3, an MT-12 cannot fire a Bastion, etc. The same is true for the improved missiles. The speed of the 9M116 and 9M117 missiles is 1850 meters per phase, while the heavier 9M116M and 9M117M fly at 1500 meters per phase.

Weapon

Weights

Missile Caliber

Guidance

Missile Speed

Prices

AT-10/12

(Launcher) NA; (9M116 Sheksna/9M117 Kastet/9M117 Basnya/9M117 Bastion Missiles) 24.5 kg; (9M116M1Sheksna/9M117M1 Kan/9M117M1 Arkan Missiles) 26.3 kg

(AT-10) 115mm, (AT-12) 100mm

Laser Designation

(9M116/9M117 Missiles) 1850; (9M116M1/9M117M1 Missiles) 1500

(Launcher) NA; (9M116/9M117 Missiles) $1432; (9M116M1/9M117M1 Missiles) $2148

Weapon

Reload

Round

Min Range

Max Range

Damage

Pen

Guidance

AT-10/12 (9M116/117 Missile)

3

HEAT

100

4000

C12 B35

98C

AVG

AT-10/12 (9M116M1/117M1 Missile)

3

HEAT-T

100

5500

C13 B45

90C/113C

AVG

AT-11 Sniper

Notes: This is an improved gun-fired ATGM designed for later Russian tanks. There are three types of Sniper missiles: the 9M119 Svir, fired by the T-72B, T-72S, and 2A45M antitank gun; and the 9M119 Reflecks and 9M119M Reflecks-M, fired by the T-80B, T-80U, T-84, T-90, and T-94 tanks. The difference between the Reflecks and Reflecks-M is largely in the warhead, which is tandem for Reflecks-M, and a more powerful motor in the Reflecks-M. While a vehicle that is capable of firing the Reflecks may fire the Svir, a vehicle designed for the Svir cannot fire the Reflecks.

Weapon

Weights

Missile Caliber

Guidance

Missile Speed

Prices

AT-11 Sniper

(Launcher) NA; (9M119 Svir/Reflecks Missiles) 28 kg; (9M119M1 Reflecks-M Missile) 24.5 kg

125mm

Laser Designation

1700

(Launcher) NA; (9M119 Svir/Reflecks Missiles) $1464; (9M119M1 Reflecks-M Missile) $2166

Weapon

Reload

Round

Min Range

Max Range

Damage

Pen

Guidance

AT-11 (9M119 Missile)

3

HEAT

100

4000

C18 B40

126C

AVG

AT-11 (9M119M1 Missile)

3

HEAT-T

100

5000

C21 B45

110C/138C

AVG

AT-13 (9M131 Metis-M)

Notes: This ATGM is an improved version of the AT-7 Saxhorn ATGM. The AT-13 can use an add-on thermal sight, and the missile has a larger warhead with a choice of two warheads. The AT-13 can be fired from a confined space, though a minimum distance of 2 meters is recommended between the rear of the missile and any wall that may be present.

Weapon

Weights

Missile Caliber

Guidance

Missile Speed

Prices

AT-13 (9K131 Metis-M)

(Launcher) 15 kg; (9M131 Missile) 13.8 kg, (9M131G Missile) 14.15 kg

130mm

Wire SACLOS

1000

(Launcher) $3696, (9M131 Missile) $474, (9M131G Missile) $539

Weapon

Reload

Round

Min Range

Max Range

Damage

Pen

Difficulty

AT-13 (9M131 Missile)

2

HEAT-T

80

1500

C22 B45

132C/165C

AVG

AT-13 (9M131G Missile)

2

Thermobaric

80

1500

C68 B45

75C

AVG

AT-14 Kornet

Notes: This weapon was intended to replace the AT-5 Spandrel ATGM, but as it was not introduced until 1994, it has not yet fully supplanted that system. It is a laser-guided system, and all the operator must do is to keep the crosshairs on target to ensure a hit. A thermal sight is added for night use.

Weapon

Weights

Missile Caliber

Guidance

Missile Speed

Prices

AT-14 Spriggan (9P163 Kornet)

(Launcher) 29 kg; (9M163/9M163G Missile) 29 kg

152mm

Laser SACLOS

1250

(Launcher) $7290; (9M163 Missile) $957, (9M163G Missile) $1056

Weapon

Reload

Round

Min Range

Max Range

Damage

Pen

Difficulty

AT-14 (9M163 Missile)

6

HEAT-T

100

5500

C30 B55

165C/206C

ESY

AT-14 (9M163G Missile)

6

Thermobaric

100

5500

C92 B54

88C

ESY

AT-15 Springer

Notes: This is a new ATGM fired from the KBM tank destroyer. The AT-15 may be guided using millimeter-wave radar or laser guidance. The AT-15 comes in two warheads, a HEAT warhead and a thermobaric warhead for engaging troops and bunkers. The fate of the AT-15 is in doubt; the Russians donít have a lot of money for the program, and they havenít managed to attract any foreign buyers.

Twilight 2000 Notes: The first use of the AT-15 was in August of 1997 in the Ukraine, but it was not often seen during the Twilight War.

Weapon

Weights

Missile Caliber

Guidance

Missile Speed

Prices

AT-15 Springer (9P123 Khrizantema)

(Launcher) Vehicle Launcher; (9M123-2/9M123F-2 Missiles) 31 kg

150mm

Laser SACLOS or Radar SACLOS

2000

(Launcher) NA; (9M123-2 Missile) $3948, (9M123F-2 Missile) $5064

Weapon

Reload

Round

Min Range

Max Range

Damage

Pen

Difficulty

AT-15 (9M123-2 Missile)

5

HEAT-T

100

6000

C30 B55

149C/187C

ESY

AT-15 (9M123F-2 Missile)

5

Thermobaric

100

6000

C90 B50

87C

ESY

AT-16 Scallion

Notes: Known as the 9M127 Vikhr to the Russians, the Scallion was introduced shortly after the AT-9 Spiral-2, and is a greatly-improved version of that missile and the AT-6 Spiral. It is a fast, powerful missile that is used not only from the latest Russian attack helicopters, but also from aircraft such as the SU-25 and SU-39 Frogfoot, and the various versions of the Flanker. Several versions of the Scallion are available for the Twilight War, including a few experimental models that are rather rare. The Scallion has the speed and maneuverability to take down helicopters and slow-flying aircraft; the 9M227F is particularly useful for this, as it can be used as a conventional heat-seeking air-to-air missile in addition to being able to attack ground targets. Speed of the 9M127 series is 2000 meters per phase, while the speed of the 9M227 series is 2175 meters per phase.

Twilight 2000 Notes: The MiG-35, MiG-37, and Su-40 are also able to use the AT-16. Though it was not designed for firing from ground vehicles, some of the MT-LB AT-6 ATGM carriers were reportedly modified late in the war to use the Scallion.

Weapon

Weights

Missile Caliber

Guidance

Missile Speed

Prices

AT-16 Scallion (9P127 Vikhr)

(Launcher) Vehicle Launcher; (Missiles) 60 kg

135mm

(9M127, 9M227, 9M127F, 9M127G, 9M227G1 Missiles) Laser SACLOS; (9M227M1, 9M227F, 9M227G2 Missiles) IR Fire and Forget; (9M227M2 Missile) Antiradiation

(9M127 Series Missiles) 2000; (9M227 Series Missiles) 2175

(Launcher) NA; (9M127 Missile) $2703, (9M227 Missile) $2716, (9M227M1 Missile) $14580, (9M227M2 Missile) $4983, (9M127F Missile) $1652, (9M127G Missile) $3304, (9M227F Missile) $17570, (9M227G1 Missile) $35140, (9M227G2 Missile) $19139

Weapon

Reload

Round

Min Range

Max Range

Damage

Pen

Guidance

AT-16 (9M127 Missile)

8

HEAT-T

400

10000

C24 B50

139C/174C

Laser

AT-16 (9M227 Missile)

8

HEAT-T

400

15000

C24 B50

139C/174C

Laser

AT-16 (9M227M1 Missile)

8

HEAT-T

300

15000

C24 B50

139C/174C

IRFF

AT-16 (9M227M2 Missile)

8

HEDP-FRAG

300

15000

C23 B70

63C

ARM

AT-16 (9M127F Missile)

8

HE-FRAG

400

10000

C27 B75

13C

Laser

AT-16 (9M127G Missile)

8

Thermobaric

400

10000

C72 B45

78C

Laser

AT-16 (9M227F Missile)

8

HE-FRAG

300

15000

C27 B75

13C

IRFF

AT-16 (9M227G1 Missile)

8

Thermobaric

400

15000

C72 B45

78C

Laser

AT-16 (9M227G2 Missile)

8

Thermobaric

300

15000

C72 B45

78C

IRFF

AT-17 Satchel

Notes: This weapon does not exist in real life.

Twilight/Merc 2000 Notes: When the Russians decided to use a 135mm main gun on the T-95 and Black Eagle tanks, most of the gunís designers felt the gun-fired ATGM was not necessary anymore, considering the variety of ammunition they developed for the gun, the gunís range advantage over the 125mm gun, and the superior fire control system on those tanks. However, the Army felt that new technology would also allow for a more effective missile that could be fired through the main gun, and also allow the T-95 and Black Eagle to do some things that other tanks could not. To this end, the 9M133 Rosomaha (Wolverine) was developed, known to the West by the NATO reporting name AT-17 Satchel. Like other gun-fired Russian ATGMs, the Satchel comes in a variety of warheads, including some normally found only in the West, to allow it to accomplish antivehicle, antipersonnel, antibunker, and antihelicopter attacks at extended range. With a speed of 2400 meters per phase, the missile is swift and deadly.

Weapon

Weights

Missile Caliber

Guidance

Missile Speed

Prices

AT-17 Satchel (9P133 Rosomha)

(Launcher) NA; (Missiles) 32 kg

135mm

(9M133F2, 9M233M2) IR Fire and Forget; (Others) Laser SACLOS

2400

(Launcher) NA; (9M133 Missile) $2539, (9M133F1 Missile) $2596, (9M133F2 Missile) $2368, (9M133G Missile) $3157, (9M133M1 Missile) $3613, (9M233 Missile) $2708, (9M233M1 Missile) $2891, (9M233M2 Missile) $3554

Weapon

Reload

Round

Min Range

Max Range

Damage

Pen

Guidance

AT-17 (9M133 Missile)

6

HEAT-T

100

9800

C24 B50

150C/188C

Laser

AT-17 (9M133F1 Missile)

6

EFP-FRAG

100

9800

C14 B75

84C

Laser

AT-17 (9M133F2 Missile)

6

HE-FRAG

100

9800

C27 B75

15C

IRFF

AT-17 (9M133G Missile)

6

Thermobaric

100

9800

C72 B45

78C

Laser

AT-17 (9M133M1 Missile)

6

EFP-T

100

9800

C18 B60

150C/188C

Laser

AT-17 (9M233 Missile)

6

HEAT-T-TA

100

9800

C24 B50

150C/188C

Laser

AT-17 (9M233M1 Missile)

6

EFP-T-TA

100

9800

C18 B60

150C/188C

Laser

AT-17 (9M233M2 Missile)

6

TERM-KE

100

9800

C11 B38

97C

IRFF