SA-N-12

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The SA-N-12 (NATO code name Grizzly) is also used with the Buk M-1/2 (known by NATO as SA-11 Gadfly).

The 9M317E missile uses a dual-mode solid propellant motor and aerodynamic guidance. It is capable of sustaining dynamic loading up to 24 Gs.

The missile can engage targets at ranges between 3.5 and 32 km, and altitudes of 15 to 45,000 feet. It utilizes semi-active radar guidance to allow close-proximity intercepts of targets flying at speeds of up to 1,200 m/sec, and employs two methods (active impulse and semi-active proximity) to activate the fragmentation warhead when in close proximity to the target. Each missile weighs 715 kg, and has a warhead of 70kg. The missile's length is 5.55 meters and the diameter is 40 cm.
 


 


 

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