~ Anti-tank Wire Guided Slovak Missile type 9M14M Malyutka ~
This is a Slovak missile is an improved variant of the soviet 9K11 Malyutka anti-tank missile.
It can be integrated onto armored vehicles, helicopters or can serve as in a man-transportable anti-tank weapons system.
The AT-3 Sagger (Russian name 9K11 Malyutka), is a Russian made wire-guided anti-tank missile equipped with a shaped-charge high explosive anti-tank (HEAT) warhead. It was first seen in a Moscow parade in May 1965, but actually entered in service in 1963.
On the missile are stamped with black different serials. From top to lower end reads:
'9E 212- 3/76 3/76 gts
2171 76 fut
It is also stamped with serial no. 'V 4160-50 02B'. There is also a different serial no on each of the wings.
Between two of the four wings is a stamp that reads 'sklapeni kridel' (translated 'folding wings') and two 'open/closed' stamps on the missile's head.
~ Dimensions ~
The missile is 34 inches (86 cm) long with a diameter of 5 inches (12.5 cm). The wing span is 11 inches (28 cm).
~ Condition ~
The missile is in good condition. Has almost no scratches and no bumps.
The rubber covering of the engine has a small rupture due to aging process.
~ Postage ~
UK postage is £35 or it can be collected from our shop in Portsmouth Historic Dockyard.
~ Technical Details ~
Over 200,000 systems have been built and the simplicity of its design and overall effectiveness has triggered its unlicensed reverse engineering in more than 33 countries.
The 9M14M missile weighs 10.9 kg when is active. Its maximum range is 3000 m and its minimum firing distance is 500 m. With an average speed being 120 m/s, the missile is slow, taking 25 seconds to reach its maximum range of 3000 meters. The missile is accelerated by a boost motor just behind the warhead with four oblique nozzles, and files on solid sustainers with jetevator TVC for steering. There are no aerodynamic controls, but the small wings can fold for infantry packaging.