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Waffen balkanischer Produktion

Erstellt von Taulle, 14.08.2005, 22:00 Uhr · 73 Antworten · 10.090 Aufrufe

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    Waffen balkanischer Produktion

    Hi,Leute

    Wollte euch mal fragen ob ihr Infos und Bilder zu Waffen,Panzern,Flugzeugen,Hubschrauber usw. habt.

    Sollte aus balkanischer Produktion sein(ehem. Jugoslawien,Albanien,Griechenland)

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    zastava waffen

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    RT - 20 Croatian anti-material rifle


    Cartridge 20 x 110 mm
    Overall lenght 1330 mm
    Barrel lenght 920 mm
    Muzzle velocity 850 m/s
    Scope Kahles ZF 6 x 42
    Operation manually-operated bolt
    Mass of rifle without bipod and scope 15.1 kg
    Mass of bipod 1.3 kg
    Mass of scope 0.6 kg
    Mass of rifle with bipod and scope 17 kg
    Mass of backpack 3.2 kg

  5. #5
    Die Gangsterknarre schlecht hin^^


    9 mm Parabellum Master FLG sub-machinegun family
    Master FLG is gas operated submachine gun based on “Kalashnikov” design, multipurpose use: close combat (particularly in urban areas), paratrooper operations, counter terrorist actions (including hostage rescue missions), crew personal defense (for combat and other vehicles, ships, helicopters), site and mass gathering protection as well as personal protection of the individual soldier.
    9x19 mm Master FLG family consists of:
    - Master FLG basic version
    - Master FLG P version with integral silencer
    - Master FLG K short barreled version with finger protection handguards, without stock.
    Special attention has been given to safety and ergonomic details. To
    prevent accidental firing when the gun is dropped or bumped (which often occurs with standard blowback-operated submachine guns) this weapon fires from closed, fully locked rotating bolt; internal lever blocks the triggering mechanism if the bolt isn’t fully closed. All principle operations can be executed without moving the firing finger from the trigger guard. The gun is equipped with upper (ambidextrous) and lower magazine catch.





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    Unser Schmuckstück..eine wahre Lady^^

    5.56 x 45mm M21 assault rifle
    Main technical characteristics:
    Barrel length: 460 mm
    Weight without magazine: 3.6 kg
    Twist: 7“

    The advanced assault weapon of modern infantry soldier, based on highly modernized Kalashnikov -based design, featuring hard chrome plated, cold forged polygonal barrel, integrated NATO standard 22 mm flash-hider rifle grenade launcher, rigid side-folding stock, heavy-duty plastic handgrip with an additional right-hand side fire regulator, which is easily manipulated (by the use of the thumb of firing hand) with the firing finger being in the trigger guard. Owing to its good balance, it is possible to mount a GP-25-based 40 mm under-barrel grenade launcher. Good balance and low impulse of 5.56 x 45 mm round (that generates mild recoil and low muzzle jump) provide high weapon controllability even under continuous automatic fire.



    The advanced weapon design also enables possibility of mounting of day/night optical/electrooptical sights and laser target designator like standard equipment.







    Hier ein Bild der neuesten Version : Zastava M21s



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    Re: Waffen balkanischer Produktion

    Zitat Zitat von Tauli
    Hi,Leute

    Wollte euch mal fragen ob ihr Infos und Bilder zu Waffen,Panzern,Flugzeugen,Hubschrauber usw. habt.

    Sollte aus balkanischer Produktion sein(ehem. Jugoslawien,Albanien,Griechenland)
    Was interressiiert dich den genau?

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    Ne eigentlich war bisher ganz gut, AUSSER Panzer,Flugzeuge usw.

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    Die aerodynamisch gegenüber der Galeb weit ausgefeiltere G- 4 dient wie ihr Vorläufer für die Flugausbildungfortgeschrittener Piloten sowie für die Erdkampfunterstützung.


    Eine Galeb in Superform -

    Die von Soko als Nachfolger der G-2A Galeb und der T-33 bei der jugoslawischen Luftwaffe konzipierte G-4 Super Galeb hat ihren Erstflug als Prototyp am 17. Juli 1978 absolviert. Trotz der Verwandschaft unterscheidet sich aber die Super Galeb in zahlreichen Punkten von der Galeb. Der Tiefdecker weist ein gepfeiltes Leitwerk mit Pendelhöhenruder auf und führt in einem Heckkonus einen Bremsschirm mit.

    Anderthalbfacher Triebwerkschub -

    Im Vergleich zur Galeb verfügt die Super Galeb über mehr als den anderthalbfachen Schub. Das druckbelüftete Tandemcockpit ist klimatisiert und mit einem Instrumentenflugsystem ausgerüstet. Außerdem sind Schleudersitze von Martin-Baker (Mk 8J oder Mk 10) eingebaut, die auch am Boden bei einer Mindestgeschwindigkeit von 150 km/h für eine sichere Rettung sorgen.

    Ausgewogene Avionik -

    Die Anfang der achtziger Jahre von den jugoslawischen Luftstreitkräften in Dienst gestellte Super Galeb besitzt eine recht umfangreiche Avionik mit einem DME, einem Funkhöhenmesser und einer VOR/ILS-Anlage. Gegenüber der Galeb hat zwar die Leermasse um nahezu 25 Prozent zugenommen, doch liegt die höchstzulässige Abflugmasse um 50 Prozent höher, was unter anderem der Kampfmittelzuladung zugute kommt.

    Die wichtigsten Versionen G-4 Super Galeb.

    Die wichtigsten Abnehmerländer Jugoslawien.



    ———— TECHNISCHE DATEN ———
    Typ: G-4 Super Galeb
    Art: Schul- und leichtes Erdkampfflugzeug
    Triebwerk: ein Strahltriebwerk Rolls-Royce Viper Mk 632 mit 17,80 kN
    Leistungen: Höchstgeschwindigkeit 910km/h;
    Dienstgipfelhöhe 15 000 m;
    Reichweite 2 630 km;
    Einsatzradius 483 km (ohne Zusatztanks) Masse:
    Leermasse 3 250 kg;
    höchstzulässige Abflugmasse 6 330 kg
    Abmessungen: Flügelspannweite 9,88 m;
    Länge 11,86 m;
    Höhe 4,28 m;
    Flügelfläche 19,5 m2
    Bewaffnung: eine 23-mm-Maschinenkanone; verschiedene Luft-Boden-Waffen; Zusatzkraftstoffbehälter
    Besatzung: 2







    Mittlerweile wird die G4 auf G4M von "Utva" aufgerüstet, hier die technischen Daten!

    This light attack and training aircraft was designed to replace the earlier G2-A Galeb and Lockheed T-33 in basic and advanced training units of the Yugoslav Air Force. The two Super Galeb prototypes (23004 and 23005) flew on 17 July 1978 and 18 December 1979, followed by the first of a small batch of pre-production aircraft (23601) on 17 December 1980. The production Super Galeb, for which the Former Yugoslav Air Force placed a substantial order, differs from the pre-production model in having an all-moving tailplane with considerable anhedral, instead of the original conventional horizontal tail surfaces with elevators and no anhedral. Super Galebs are operated by the Vojna Akademija (Air Force Academy) for first 60 hours of pilot training syllabus up to streaming; an advanced training school providing further 120 hours for interceptor student stream; adanced training school at with 120 hour alternative ground attack course; and (first public display 20 May 1990) the Academy's Letece Zvezde (Flying Stars) aerobatic team. Deliveries totaled at least 136 for local use by 1989, whilst a further six were supplied to Myanmar (Burma) from late 1990. Users include Serbia and Montenegro, Serbian Republic and Mianmar. The aircraft was used with success in ground attack role during war in former Yugoslavia 1990-1995 and in Kosovo conflict 1999.

    Following versions are now available.

    G-4. Basic two seat trainer version. Assembled in Soko - Mostar factory with cabine and fuselage center section produced in Utva, Pancevo.

    G-4M. Modified trainer-attack version. Prototype produced in Utva factory. First test flight on 22nd March of 1999. The airplane was damaged during NATO aggresion on Yugoslavia in 1999. Second test flight after the airplane was overhauled and repaired in Utva was conducted at Aiforce Test Center (Vazduhoplovni Opitni Centar) during April of 2002. Airplane carries homing air-to-air missiles R-60 and air-to-surface TV guided missiles AGM-65 Maverick. Ergonomics are improved to satisfy HOTAS requirements. Total number of weapons points is now seven with maximum load of 1950 kg. New and improved HUD and navigation-aiming system. One prototype built, currently in advanced test phase.


    TYPE: Two-seat basic trainer and light attack aircraft.

    WINGS: Cantilever low-wing monoplane. No dihedral. Sweepback at quarter-chord 22~; leading-edge sweep increased near wingroots. One-piece two-spar all-metal structure, with integrally machined skin panels inboard and chemically milled skin towards wingtips. Shallow boundary layer fence on upper surface of each wing, forward of inboard end of aileron. Wings attached to fuselage at six points. Entire trailing-edge made up of conventional all-metal sealed ailerons and flaps. Ailerons actuated by hydraulic servo jacks, with artificial feel, flaps by electrically controlled hydraulic actuators. No slats or tabs.

    FUSELAGE: All-metal semi-monocoque structure, with air \page intake trunk blended into each side. Rear portion, complete with tail surfaces, detachable for access to engine. Door type airbrake under rear fuselage. Landing light in nose, forward of large equipment bay. Some composite materials in secondary structure of G-4M.

    TAIL UNIT: Conventional cantilever all-metal structure, with all surfaces sweptback. All-moving horizontal surfaces have 10~ anhedral, and are actuated by hydraulic servo jacks, with artificial feel. Mechanically actuated rudder. Dorsal fin. Ground adjustable tab on rudder. Two ventral strakes under jetpipe.

    LANDING GEAR: Prva Petaletka hydraulically retractable tricycle type, with single wheel on each unit. Nosewheel retracts forward, main units inward into wings. Oleo-pneumatic shock absorber in each leg. Hydraulically steerable nose unit optional (not on current aircraft). Trailing link main units. Mainwheels fitted with Dunlop tyres size 615 x 225-10, pressure 4.4 bars (64 lb/sq in), and hydraulic brakes. Nosewheel has Dunlop tyre size 6.50-5.5 TC, pressure 3.0 bars (43.5 lb/sq in). Brake parachute container at base of rudder. Provision for attaching two assisted take-off rockets under centre-fuselage.

    POWER PLANT: One Rolls-Royce Viper Mk 632 turbojet, rated at 17.8 kN (4000 lb st). Fuel in three flexible bag tanks in centre-fuselage and an integral tank between the spars of each inner wing. Total internal fuel capacity 1720 litres (454.4 US gallons; 378.5 Imp gallons). Provision for two underwing auxiliary tanks, on inboard pylons, total capacity 625 litres (165.1 US gallons; 137.5 Imp gallons). Max fuel capacity 2345 litres (619.5 US gallons; 516 Imp gallons). Gravity refuelling system standard.

    CCOMMODATION: Crew of two in tandem on Martin-Baker zero/zero Mk J10 ejection seats (zero height/90 knot Mk J8 optional, but not on current aircraft), with ejection through the individual sideways hinged (to starboard) canopy over each seat. Rear seat raised by 25 cm (10 in) to give occupant forward view over front seat occupant. Cockpit pressurised and air-conditioned.

    SYSTEMS: Engine compressor bleed air used for pressurisation, air-conditioning, anti-g suit and windscreen anti-icing systems, and to pressurise fuel tanks. Dual hydraulic systems, pressure 210 bars (3045 lb/sq in), for flying control servos, flap and airbrake actuators, landing gear retraction and extension, and wheel brakes. Hydraulic system flow rate 45 litres (12 US gallons; 10 Imp gallons)/min for main system, 16 litres (4.2 US gallons; 3.5 Imp gallons)/min for flight control system. Electrical system supplied by 9kW 28V DC generator, with nickel-cadmium battery for ground/emergency power and self contained engine starting. Two static inverters, total output 600VA, provide 115V 400Hz AC power. Gaseous oxygen system adequate for two crew for 2 h 30 min.

    AVIONICS: Dual controls and full blind-flying instrumentation in each cockpit. Standard nav/com equipment comprises EAS type ER4.671D or RC E163 Kondor VHF com radio, GEC Avionics AD 370B or Iskra VARK-01 ADF, Collins VIR-30 VOR/ILS, Iskra 75R4 VOR marker beacon receiver, Collins DME 40 and TRT AHV-6 radio altimeter. Optional UHF or V/UHF com, gyro platform and other equipment to customer's specification. INS optional in G-4M. GEC Ferranti D282 gyro gunsight standard. Other types of fire control system optional. Development of a photo reconnaissance/infra-red linescan pod and night illumination system, and selection of an alternative off-the-shelf reconnaissance pod, have been deferred pending identification of customer requirement.

    ARMAMENT: Removable ventral gun pod containing 23 mm \page GSh-23L twin-barrel rapid fire cannon with 200 rds. Two attachments under each wing, with capacity of 500 kg (1102 lb) inboard and 350 kg (772 lb) outboard. Total weapon load capability, with centreline gun pod, 1280 kg (2822 lb), or 1800 kg (3968 lb) for G-4M. In addition to standard high explosive bombs and napalm pods, typical Yugoslav stores include S-8-16 cluster bombs, each with eight 16 kg fragmentation munitions; KPT-150 expendable containers, each with up to 40 anti-personnel or 54 anti-tank bomblets; L-57-16MD pods, each with sixteen 57 mm rockets; L-128-04 pods, each with four 128 mm rockets; adaptors for twin 5 in HVAR rockets, single 57 mm VRZ-57 training rockets; SN-3-050 triple carriers for 50 kg bombs; SN-3-100 triple carriers for 100 kg bombs; KM-3 pods each containing a single 12.7 mm (0.50 in) gun; SAM Z-80 towed target system; and auxiliary fuel tanks on the inboard attachments. Provision to be added for air-to-air and air-to-surface missiles.

    DIMENSIONS:

    EXTERNAL:

    Wing span.....................................9.88 m (32 ft 5 in)
    Wing aspect ratio............................................4 .73
    Length overall..............................11.86 m (38 ft 11 in)
    Height overall...........................4.28 m (14 ft 0\{1/2\} in)
    Tailplane span...........................3.97 m (13 ft 0\{1/4\} in)
    Wheel track..............................3.49 m (11 ft 5\{1/2\} in)
    Wheelbase................................4.15 m (13 ft 7\{1/2\} in)

    AREAS:

    Wings, gross..............................19.5 m sq (209.9 sq ft)
    Ailerons (total).........................1.358 m sq (14.62 sq ft)
    Trailing-edge flaps (total)..............3.340 m sq (35.95 sq ft)
    Airbrake..................................0.438 m sq (4.71 sq ft)
    Fin......................................3.130 m sq (33.69 sq ft)
    Rudder....................................0.689 m sq (7.42 sq ft)
    Horizontal tail surfaces (total).........4.669 m sq (50.26 sq ft)

    WEIGHTS AND LOADINGS:

    Weight empty, equipped..........................3134 kg (6909 lb)
    Max fuel weight: internal.......................1305 kg (2877 lb)
    external.......................................500 kg (1102 lb)
    T-O weight: training mission...................4600 kg (10141 lb)
    normal combat mission, with 1350 kg (2975 lb)
    of weapons..... .....6110 kg (13470 lb)
    Max T-O weight, combat overload................6300 kg (13889 lb)
    Max wing loading...................323.1 kg/m sq (66.17 lb/sq ft)
    Max power loading....................353.93 kg/kN (3.47 lb/lb st)

    PERFORMANCE: (at AUW of 4760 kg; 10495 lb, except where indicated):

    Max limiting Mach number....................................0.866
    Max level speed at 6000 m (19680 ft)..... .....491 knots (910 km/h; 565 mph)
    Landing speed........................89 knots (165 km/h; 103 mph)
    Max rate of climb at S/L: AUW as above...............................1800 m (5905 ft)/min
    with 50% internal fuel (AUW of 3890 kg; 8575 lb)..... .....2330 m (7645 ft)/min
    Time to 8000 m (26240 ft)...................................6 min
    Absolute ceiling...............................15000 m (49200 ft)
    T-O run...........................................532 m (1745 ft)
    T-O to 15 m (50 ft)...............................850 m (2790 ft)
    Landing from 15 m (50 ft) at landing weight of 3800 kg (8375 lb). .....750 m (2460 ft)
    Landing run at above landing weight...............550 m (1805 ft)
    Combat radius, with gun pack and full internal fuel, 10% reserves: with four BL755 cluster bombs:
    lo-lo-lo...........................208 nm (386 km; 240 miles)
    hi-lo-hi...........................260 nm (483 km; 300 miles)
    with two BL755 and two aux fuel tanks:
    lo-lo-lo...........................321 nm (595 km; 370 miles)
    hi-lo-hi...........................438 nm (812 km; 504 miles)
    Range at 11000 m (36000 ft), with two aux fuel tanks, 10% reserves..........................1420 nm (2630 km; 1635 miles)
    Endurance at 11000 m (36000 ft), with two aux fuel tanks..... .....4 h 20 min
    g limits............................................ ......+8/-4.2

    Prime points of the G-4M's specification, where different to the G-4, include:

    EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS:

    Wing span, over missiles.....................10.05 m (33 ft 0 in)
    Length overall..........................11.35 m (37 ft 2{3/4} in)

    WEIGHTS AND LOADINGS:

    Weight empty, equipped..........................3284 kg (7240 lb)
    Max fuel weight, internal.......................1370 kg (3020 lb)
    T-O weight, training mission...................4814 kg (10613 lb)
    Max T-O weight, combat overload................6400 kg (14109 lb)
    Max wing loading....................328.2 kg/m{2} (67.2 lb/sq ft)
    Max power loading.....................359.6 kg/kN (5.53 lb/lb st)

    PERFORMANCE:

    Never-exceed speed (VNE).................................Mach 0.9
    Max level speed.....................486 knots (901 km/h; 560 mph)
    Max rate of climb at S/L, training mission weight.......1800 m (5906 ft)/min
    Max sustained turn rate, training mission weight............16~/s


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    hey metni sliku od onog prototyp

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