Insane Russian Super Burst Gun Firing Off 10,000 Rounds Per Minute – Sounds Like A Damn A-10 Warthog

Mar 5, 2020

The Kashtan-M, Close-in weapon system, is a modern naval air defence weapon deployed by the Russian Navy.

It is found on the aircraft carrier Admiral Kuznetsov, Kirov class battlecruisers, Neustrashimy class frigates and other many other Russian vessles. It is deployed as a combined gun and missile system, it provides defence against anti-ship missiles, anti-radar missiles, guided bombs, fixed or rotary wing aircraft or even surface vessels such as fast attack boats or targets on shore.

The weapon is a modular system comprising a command module and typically 2 combat modules, although the number can be as many as 8 in the case of Admiral Kuznetsov

The command module detects and tracks threats, distributes targeting data to the combat modules, and interrogates IFF of approaching threats. The command module has a 3-D target detection radar, and an all weather multi-band integrated control system. Depending on the number of installed combat modules, the system can engage multiple targets simultaneously.

 

The combat modules automatically track using either radar or optronic control system, and then engages targets with missiles and/or guns. The combat modules are made up of two GSh-30k

six-barrelled 30mm gatling guns, fed by a link-less feeding mechanism, and two SA-N-11 launchers equipped with 4 ready-to-fire missiles each and fed by a reloading system storing 24 missiles in ready-to-launch containers.

The SA-N-11 missiles are capable of engadging targets from 1,500 to 10,000 meters, and altitudes up to 6,000 meters.

The Kashtan-M, Close-in weapon system, is a modern naval air defence weapon deployed by the Russian Navy.

It is found on the aircraft carrier Admiral Kuznetsov, Kirov class battlecruisers, Neustrashimy class frigates and other many other Russian vessles. It is deployed as a combined gun and missile system, it provides defence against anti-ship missiles, anti-radar missiles, guided bombs, fixed or rotary wing aircraft or even surface vessels such as fast attack boats or targets on shore.

The weapon is a modular system comprising a command module and typically 2 combat modules, although the number can be as many as 8 in the case of Admiral Kuznetsov

The command module detects and tracks threats, distributes targeting data to the combat modules, and interrogates IFF of approaching threats. The command module has a 3-D target detection radar, and an all weather multi-band integrated control system. Depending on the number of installed combat modules, the system can engage multiple targets simultaneously.

 

The combat modules automatically track using either radar or optronic control system, and then engages targets with missiles and/or guns. The combat modules are made up of two GSh-30k

six-barrelled 30mm gatling guns, fed by a link-less feeding mechanism, and two SA-N-11 launchers equipped with 4 ready-to-fire missiles each and fed by a reloading system storing 24 missiles in ready-to-launch containers.

The SA-N-11 missiles are capable of engadging targets from 1,500 to 10,000 meters, and altitudes up to 6,000 meters.

 

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