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Mortars

A mortar is an indirect fire weapon that fires explosive projectiles known as (mortar) bombs at low velocities, short ranges and high-arcing ballistic trajectories.

It is typically muzzle-loading with short barrel, generally less than 15 times its caliber.


A mortar is relatively simple and easy to operate. A modern mortar consists of a tube into which assistant gunners drop a purpose-designed bomb.

The tube is generally set at between 45 and 85 degrees angle to the ground, with the higher angle giving shorter firing distances. The bomb has a small baseline charge and no cartridge case; for extra range propellant rings are attached to the bomb's fins.

When it reaches the base of the tube it hits a fixed firing pin, which detonates the baseline charge and fires the projectile.

Some mortars have a moving firing pin, operated by a lanyard; others may be fired by a trigger.
These attributes contrast with the mortar's larger siblings, howitzers and field guns, that fire shells at higher velocities, longer ranges, flatter arcs, sometimes using direct fire.

These weapons are also breech-loaded, while most mortars are muzzle-loaded.

Most modern mortar systems consist of three main components: a barrel, a base plate, and a bipod.

Modern mortars normally range in calibre from 60mm to 120 mm.

However, mortars both larger and smaller than these specifications have been produced.

Smaller mortars (up to 82 mm) are commonly used and transported by infantry based mortar sections as a substitute for, or in addition to, artillery.
We official supply and full support various types of mortars and mortars shells to our clientele, with a continued emphasis on high quality and innovation. We warranty all our products according manufacturers policy.
MORTAR 60mm (HALR)

DESCRIPTION: HALR - High Accuracy and Long Range
Mortar 60mm is very simple, convenient and efficient accompanying infantry weapon, light for transportation.

APPLICATIONS: - Use as infantry weapon which is rapidly and simply set on firing position
                             - Use for destruction of manpower in open fields and in defilades
                             - Reliable operation in the toughest conditions
                             - Smooth barrel bore
Performance

- Range max, m 6000
- Range min, m 90
- Rate of fire, max, bomb/min 25
- Elevation, degrees 45-85
- Azimuth, degrees 360
- Weight, firing position, kg 26
- Barrel length, mm 1450
  Accuracy, PE 50% at max range, m10 (with HE HALR Mortar Bomb)
- Caliber 60 mm
- Length 820 mm
- Barrel Length 650 mm
- Weight, with sight 9 kg
- Maximum range 2000 m
MORTARS
60mm HE HALR Mortar Bomb

Technical data

- Shell length, with fuze 390 mm
- Shell weight, with fuze 2.1 kg
- Explosive charge weight 0.4 kg
  hexolite (RDX/TNT) or trotyl (TNT)

Ballistic data

- Maximum range (0+7) 6000 m
- Minimum range (0) 90 m
MORTAR 60mm M90

DESCRIPTION:
Mortar 60mm M90 is very simple, convenient and efficient accompanying infantry weapon, light for transportation.

APPLICATIONS: For neutralization and annihilation of manpower
                             For destruction of firing weapons in open field or defilades
                             For destruction of wire obstacles
                             For blinding of observation posts and firing points

Range
- maximum (with HE projectile):
xmax>5208m
- minimum:
xmin<150m
Barrel caliber: 60mm
Field of action in elevation: 42°- 85°
Field of action in azimuth
- with fixed bipod:
±4° (left and right)
- with displacement of bipod: 360°
Masses and lengts
- weapon in fire position (with sighting device):
36.6kg
- barrel with breech ring: 9.5kg
- bipod: 15kg
- base plate: 11,4kg
- sighting device: 0.7kg
- barrel length with breech ring: 1329mm
- barrel length: 1200mm
Rate of fire
- maximum velocity:
15-20 projectiles/min.
Number of crew: 3
MORTARS
MORTAR 81mm (HALR)

DESCRIPTION:
HALR - High Accuracy and Long Range Mortar 60mm is very simple, convenient and efficient accompaning infantry weapon, light for transportation.

APPLICATIONS: - Use as infantry weapon which is rapidly and simply set on firing position
                             - Use for destruction of manpower in open fields and in defilades
                             - Reliable operation in the toughest conditions
                             - Smooth barrel bore
Performance

- Range max, m 7000
- Range min, m 150
- Rate of fire, max, bomb/min 25
- Elevatioon, degrees 45-85
- Azimuth, degrees 360
- Weight, kg 36 (41)
- Barrel length, mm 1500
- Accuracy, PE 50% at max range, m 12
(with HE HALR Mortar Bomb)
81mm HE HALR Mortar Bomb

Technical data
- Shell length, with fuze 520 mm
- Shell weight, with fuze 4.5 kg
- Explosive charge weight 0.9 kg
  hexolite (RDX/TNT) or trotyl (TNT)
Ballistic data
- Maximum range (0+7) 7000 m
- Minimum range (0) 100 m
MORTARS
LAIR C N-4a N Sighting Device

- Magnification 4x
- Field of view 10°
- Outlet pupil distance 14 mm
- Angular division 1/6400 (mils)
- Division of azimuth angles 0-00 to 64-00
- Division of elevationon angles - 2-00 to 12-00
- Values of division 0-01
- Bubble level sensitivity 5' to 7'
- Reticle and bubble illu tritium source
- External scales illu tritium lamps
- Mass of sight 1.50 kg
- Mass of sight set 3.60 kg
LIGHT MORTAR 82mm - M 69A

Light mortar 82 mm M69A is a light-weight infantry supporting weapon.

It is used for neutralization and destruction of manpower and firing points in open field and in delilados. It is well suited to engagetargets in qullies and shell craters.

The mortar can be used to breach wiring obstacles and to blind enemy observation posts.
Illuminating ammunition is also available.

Light mortar 82mm is characterized by low mass of 45 kg, simple and reliable construction, considerable range of 6.050 m and other teatures not available in earlier designs.

It can be fired in all kinds of terrain and it uses all types of 82 mm mortar shells.

Azimuth and elevation devices are of screwed type.

Sigting device NSB-3 uses collimator and division of 1/6000 or 1/6400.

For night-time firing, it is provided with illuminated aiming point.

The graduation and bubble levels are coated with tritium and are clearly visible at night.

Barrel caliber: 82.14 mm | Barrel length: 1200 mm
Maximum range: 6050 m
Rate of fire,up to: 20 - 50 shells/min
Vertical field of action: 45°- 85°
Horizontal field of action:  with fixed bipod: ±3°
                                        
with displacement of bipod: 360°
Mortar mass: 45 kg
Barrel with breech ring mass: 14.5 kg
Bipod mass: 14 kg
Base plate mass: 15 kg
Spares, tools & accessories set mass: 5 kg
Barrel man pack carrier mass: 4.4 kg
Bipod man pack carrier mass: 2.25 kg
Base plate carrier frame mass: 2 kg
Ammunition box carrier mass: 2.1 kg
Mortar shell box mass: 2.8 kg
Maximum bore pressure: 630 bars
MORTARS
MORTAR 60mm M06C

60 mm M06C Commando mortar is very efficient mortar weapon system, combining lightweight and compact design with firepower and portability. Because of these features it is primarily destined for special forces units or rapid deployment forces, i.e units tasked with rapid target engagement with swift exit from combat area.

60 mm M06C Commando mortar is capable of effective engagement of close, uncovered or sheltered manpower and weapons, especially on rear slopes and in ditches.

Baring in mind modern battlefield requirements, especially those concerning MOUT (Military Operations in Urban Terrain) 60 mm Commando mortar is highly suitable weapon for engaging enemy manpower hidden behind building or on building roofs.

Because of its low weight and compact design, it can be easily transported using light vehicles as one of weapons to be used in contingencies operations.

On the other side, 60 mm M70 Commando mortar can be effectively used with special forces units, particularly for “first entry” units, where sudden and effective attack is one of main prerequisites.
MORTARS
120mm Mortar M74

Light mortar 120 mm M74 is a light-weight weapon of infantry close support, designed for annihilation of manpower and for destroying of firing points by short fire engagements.
It is particularly effective on intersected and hilly terrains, where the enemy may be hidden by a rear slope. The mortar can effectively open breaches in wire barriers or mine fields, demolish lighter fortifications and remove top soil covers over heavy bunkers.

120 mm M95 Mortar

120 mm M95 long range mortar has been developed in line with modern requirements for infantry fire support. It leverages on great tradition of mortar design, development and production in Serbian defense industry. It is user-oriented weapon, which is corroborated by simplified handling and maintenance at the basic tactical level.

81mm M69B(K) and M69B (D) Light Mortar family

Light mortars 81 mm type  M69B(D) are light-weight infantry supporting weapons. They are designed for destruction of manpower and firing positions in open field and in defilades. Mortars are well suited to engage targets in gullies and shell craters. They can be used to breach wire obstacles and to blind enemy observa¬tion posts. Illuminating ammunition is also available. Light mortar 81 mm is characterized by low mass of 47.1 kg, by simple and reliable construction, considerable range and other features not available on mortars of earlier designs. It can be fired in all kinds of terrain and it uses all types of 81 mm mortar shells. Transporting is on soldiers’ back or by animal pack. The mortar is dismantled in three sections: barrel with breech piece, bipod and ba¬se plate. There are three carriers for man pack and one carrier for ammunition.

M06 60mm light long-range mortar

M06 60mm light long range mortar features high combat versatility and tactical flexibility, due to high firepower, favorable portability, short in-action / out-of-action time, high accuracy.
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