Saturday, September 24, 2022

EXCALIBUR ARMY to Showcase RM-70 Vampire 4D Multiple Rocket Launcher at IDEX 2017

The EXCALIBUR ARMY announced that it will be demonstrating its new RM-70 Vampire 4D multiple rocket launcher at IDEX 2017 defence and security exhibitions.

The multiple rocket launcher RM-70 Vampire 4D is an upgraded variant of the original Czechoslovak Army’s version RM-70 and the heavier variant of the BM-21 Grad multiple rocket launcher, providing enhanced performance over its parent artillery system that was introduced in 1972.

It is designed to be used against manpower, firing devices, motorized infantry arrangements, tanks and other combat vehicles. The rocket launcher with loading device is based on a TATRA FORCE 8×8 chassis with right hand steering, electronic shift control in semiautomatic or manual mode and sprung by air springs.


Sighting by dependent PG-1M aiming rule sight, motor powered or manual guidance to target. Electrical switch-on. Firing in batches and/or individually

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