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Bpm-97

BPM-97
KAMAZ-43269 "Vystrel" (BPM-97) on Russian Expo Arms 2009 in Nizhny Tagil
Type Wheeled armored personnel carrier
Place of origin Russia
Service history
In service 1999 - present
Used by Russian Border Guard
Production history
Designer Andrei Nikolaev
Designed 1997
Manufacturer Kamskiy avtomobilny zavod
Produced 1999 - present
Number built 50± [1]
Specifications
Weight 10.5 metric tonnes
Length 5.3 m[2]
Width 1.9 m[2]
Height 2.3 m (1.83 m without armament)
Crew 2 + 8 -12 passengers [2]
2 + 6 passengers (BTR-40B)

Armor 12.7-25 mm
Main
armament
(optional)
Engine KAMAZ 740.10-20 240 hp V8 diesel[2]
240 hp [2]
Suspension 4x4 wheel, leaf spring
Ground clearance 400 mm[2]
Fuel capacity 270 l[2]
Operational
range
1100 km on roads
Speed 90 km/h[2]

The BPM-97 (Boyevaya Pogranichnaya Mashina - "Battle Vehicle of the Border Guard") or Выстрел (Vystrel) is the Russian military designation for the KAMAZ 43269 Vystrel 4x4 wheeled mine-resistant, ambush protected (MRAP) vehicle. It is still in the prototype phase and only two being produced were fitted with several different turrets like the one of the BTR-80A. The vehicle is based on the KAMAZ-43269 and as the name suggests was designed for the Russian Border Guards. The latest model has bulletproof side windows and no gun turret. It has been ordered by Kazakhstan and by the MVD Internal Troops, Federal Prison Service and EMERCOM.

History

Development began in 1997 at the initiative of the head of the Russian Border Guard Service Andrei Nikolaev. Armored vehicle meant to replace the border guards' main transport the GAZ-66. But after a government funding default in 1998 and the much delayed public funding of the project finally stopped. In order to offset the cost of the development in the absence of government orders, machines were allowed to be sold to civilian companies. The armored vehicle was used for the transportation of explosives, money and valuable goods. After receiving permission in 2005, some cars were sold to the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan. Production of the "Vystrel" is ongoing at the JSC "Remdizel" plant in Naberezhnye Chelny. Where the armoured body and KAMAZ 4326 truck chassis are integrated.[3]

Description

The hull is made of welded Aluminium alloy - The upper part of the shell withstands hits from a 12.7x108mm - NSV machine gun at a distance of 300 metres, the lower part from 7.62x54mmR SVD rifles at a distance of 30 m.

The vehicle is divided into the engine compartment and separate crew areas. The body has both side and rear doors, and roof hatches for exiting.

The base vehicle is the KAMAZ 4326 4x4 truck.

Armament

Armament varies, the BPM-97 is available with pintle mounted or turret mounted 7.62 mm, 12.7 mm machine guns such as the Kord 12.7mm, 14.5 mm KPV heavy machine guns in a BTR-80 type turret, and a combination turret fitted with a sighting device with 30 mm cannon and 30 mm AGS-30 automatic grenade launchers.

Variants

  • BPM-97 - Modification to the border troops.
  • KAMAZ-43269 "Watch" - modification BRM for the Army.[4]
  • Upgraded KAMAZ-43269 "Vistrel" (The Shot) - upgraded with a modified armored windshield wipers, transferred air intake and installed an air purification system introduced during 2011 Exhibition of military vehicles at Bronnitsy test range.
BPМ-97 at Russian Expo Arms 2009 in Nizhny Tagil

Versions

n 2008 KamAZ planned addition to the existing two-axle armored car "The Shot" to create a similar three-and four-axle vehicle designed for 13 and 18 men, respectively.[5]]

In 2009, vif2ne.ru published 3 and 4-axle armored vehicles similar to "shot" design,[6] and later appeared and photographs triaxial armored car,[7][8] presumably called "Item 69501" .

In 2010 JSC "Krasnodar instrument factory" Cascade "," exhibition MVSV 2010 was announced 15M107 machine based on KAMAZ-43269 "The Shot" [9] intended for remote search and clearance of minefields, having in its composition electronic circuits administration

Users

Gallery

BPM-97 BPM-97 at Innovation Day 2013 Upgraded KAMAZ-43269 Vistrel
Upgraded KAMAZ-43269 Vistrel Upgraded KAMAZ-43269 Vistrel Russian BPM-97 in 2010

Notes

  1. ^ Jane's Armour and Artillery 2005–2006. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h "Pancerni 2"
  3. ^ Nikolai Mordovtsev "Vystrel" gryanet ... Driving № 2 2006 g.
  4. ^ http://twower.livejournal.com/614112.html
  5. ^ http://trucks.autoreview.ru/_archive/section/detail.php?ELEMENT_ID=106012&SECTION_ID=4734
  6. ^ http://otvaga2004.narod.ru/xlopotov_8/2009_05v/draw_03.jpg
  7. ^ http://vif2ne.ru/nvk/forum/archive/1937/1937089.htm
  8. ^ http://vif2ne.ru/nvk/forum/files/Cromeshnic/%28120126175418%29_z_c93c68cd.jpg
  9. ^ http://blog.t30p.ru/post/novii-BTR-ot-KAMAZa.aspx

See also

  • BTR
  • BTR-40 - a similar 4x4 Russian wheeled armored vehicle

External links

  • Official Kurganmash website (Russian)
  • Official Remidzel Factory site (Russian)
  • Protection СБА-60К2 «БУЛАТ» (SBA-60K2 Bulat), a larger version based on the KAMAZ 5350 6x6
  • Article at Legion
  • Pics at Military Photos
  • the Vystrel in service.
  • Video of BPM-97
  • KAMAZ-43269 Vistrel walkaround
  • Upgraded KAMAZ-43269 Vistrel walkaround
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