Ukrainian volunteers equipped a buggy with a domestic guided anti-tank missile system.
The Serhiy Prytula Volunteer Center has announced that it is developing a new version of the Petliura buggy that adds LUCH’s Corsar anti-tank missiles to detonate Russian armor.
Corsar is a mobile anti-tank missile (ATGM) produced by Ukraine intended for use against main battle tanks. It is designed to destroy stationary and moving modern armored targets as well as other objects with combined armor, gills or monolithic armor, including ERA (explosive reactive armor), as well as precision targets such as weapons emplacements, tanks in trenches, light armored objects and helicopters.
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This laser-guided missile has a range of 100 to 2 500 m. The missile is equipped with a HEAT and a thermobaric warhead in parallel. A parallel HEAT warhead penetrates up to 550 m behind explosive reactive armor.