Designation:

CT-CV

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Manufacturer: CMI Defence  
Product type: Turrets  
Name: Antitank turret  

The most advanced and innovative weapon system in its class specifically designed for air-transportable light armoured vehicles.

  • CT-CV two-man turret with high pressure 105 mm Cockerill CV gun offering high First Hit Probability

  • Firing all available NATO 105mm ammunition, new high performance M1060CV ammunition, smart ammunition and gun fired missiles

  • Unique capability to fire at 42 elevation, particularly adapted to urban warfare and mountainous environment, allowing engagement of airborne targets and Beyond Line of Sight firing

  • Optimised recoil system ensuring stable vehicle behaviour in the most stringent firing conditions and preserving crew safety and vehicle integrity

  • Fully stabilised turret allowing firing on the move and at moving targets

  • Day and night sight systems of the latest generation with Hunter Killer capability

  • Ammunition rack with autoloader

  • Fully digitized systems ensuring a high level of modularity


Specifications:
Property Value
Main weapon caliber (mm)
105
Elevation (degree)
42
Weight (kg)
4000
Crew
2
Depression (degree)
-10
Traverse arc (degree)
360
Ammunition in the autoloader
12
Panorama
1
Number of smoke grenade launchers
16
Auxiliary gun calibre (mm)
7.62

Included in:
Product Amount
Anders (Light tank)
1
DF90 (Self-propelled gun)
1
PANDUR II 8x8 (Wheeled armoured personnel carrier)
1
Piranha III 8x8 (Wheeled armoured personnel carrier)
1

Has folowing part:
Total Amount
? (Remote controlled weapon station)
1
CV (Gun)
1


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