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Barer  
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Also Known As: Bar'er
Origin: Ukraine
Corporations: Luch Design Bureau
Parent System: Barer
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Family Members: Barer-V
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Description: The Barer, also called Bar'er, is a subsonic anti-tank missile system developed by the Luch Design Bureau of Ukraine to destroy moving and stationary armored targets equipped with advanced ceramic armor and explosive reactive armor (ERA). The warhead is a tandem hollow charge. The Barer missile is also capable of taking out other targets such as weapon emplacements, a tank in a trench, light armored vehicles and helicopters. The missile design is very similar to the Skif missile also produced by Luch. Both Barer and Skif missiles look like advanced derivatives of the Soviet-era Konkurs anti-tank missile.

This weapon was designed to provide credible anti-armor capability against heavy armored tanks for infantry fighting vehicles (IFVs) and armored personnel carriers (APCs). It has been displayed integrated on top of the BTR-3U 8x8 fighting vehicle. The Barer missile can engage targets at ranges between 100 meters to 5,000 meters and penetrating reinforced armor with a thickness of 800 mm. The guidance system consists of semi-active laser beam.

Barer Applications


Armored Vehicles BTR-3U

Barer Specifications

Dimensions
Diameter: 130 millimeter (5.12 inch)
Launch Unit Length: 1,360 millimeter
Performance
Max Range: 5,000 meter (2.70 nautical mile)
Min Range: 100 meter (0.05 nautical mile)
Piercing in Armor: 800 millimeter
Speed
Top Speed: 217 mps (781 kph)
Temperature
Max Operating Temperature: +60 � Celsius
Min Operating Temperature: -40 � Celsius
Time
Flight Time: 23 second (0.01 hour)
Weight
Cartridge Weight: 29.5 kilogram
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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