Raybolt anti-tank missile system Weapon Systems // Missiles/Rockets/Bombs // Anti-Tank

Country of Origin: South Korea

The Raybolt medium-range infantry missile (MRIM) is a third-generation man-portable anti-tank guided missile developed by LIGNex1 for the South Korean army and marine corps. The weapon is issued to infantry units and can be fitted on a variety of vehicles. It was designed to replace 90-mm and 106-mm M40 recoilless rifles and TOW anti-tank missiles in South Korean service. The complete system, consisting of the missile and observation and launch unit (OLU), weighs approximately 44 lb...


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