Initial Operational Capability (IOC):
Also Known As: CADS-N-1, Kashtan-M, Kortik and SA-N-11 Grison
JSC RATEP and KBP
Parent System: Kashtan
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1992
Total Production: ?
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Description: The Kashtan is a ship-based gun/missile weapon system designed to engage Mach 2 anti-ship and anti-radiation missiles, bombs, aircraft and surface targets such as fast attack boats. The fully system modular consists of a command module and up to 6 combat modules comprising radar and optical sensors, two guns and 8 missiles. The Command module takes care of IFF operations, target acquisition and designation, and data generation for the combat modules.
A Kashtan combat module accommodates two 6K30GSh/GSh-30K 30mm 6-barrel automatic guns providing a rate of fire of 12,000 rounds per minute, and two SAM clusters with 4 9M311 missiles each. The 9M311 missiles employ a semi-active radar guidance system and can engage up to 6 targets simultaneously within the Kashtan weapon system. The GSh-30K guns can engage targets from 500 to 1,500 meters away.
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