FIM-92 Stinger Weapon Systems // Missiles/Rockets/Bombs // Anti-Air


Country of Origin: USA

The U.S. FIM-92 Stinger is a lightweight, short-range, heat-seeking, surface-to-air missile (SAM) that was initially deployed as a shoulder-fired weapon by the U.S. Army as the successor to the FIM-43 Redeye. The Stinger system consists of the launcher assembly, missile and grip-stock. The launcher assembly consists of a fiberglass launch tube, optical sight, end covers, desiccant, coolant line, gyro-activator coil and a carrying sling. The grip-stock contains the battery coolant unit...

 

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