RUAG COBRA Mortar System 120mm
RUAG Defence has developed a new 120mm Mortar System named COBRA. The COBRA is a high-tech product that sets new standards for indirect fire systems. A key factor is the use of an electric drive to ensure both the accuracy and the speed of the system. The COBRA can be easily integrated into any tracked or wheeled vehicle and is designed so users can be quickly trained to a high standard of operation.
- Intuitive, simple handling
- Complete reliability
- Effective training
- Compact design
- Fully integrated
- Shoot & Scoot
- Safe loading
- Range 7000 to 9000 meters
- Caliber 120 mm
- Barrel length 160 cm / 200 cm
- Ammunition 120 mm
- Weight 1200 kg (without loading machine) 1350 kg (with loading machine)
- Recoil Force 30 tonnes / 30 milliseconds
- Shoot of first round < 60 seconds
- Scoot from firing immediate
Optimal fire performance
You control the RUAG COBRA Mortar System quickly and accurately. Automatic set-up and loading guarantees consistence with its 120 mm ammunition. Electrical drives make the system highly accurate, while ballistic computing enables MRSI firing (Multiple RoundsSimultaneous Impact).
Focus on the essentials
The RUAG COBRA Mortar System becomes an extension of the user. With intuitive and simple handling and automated loading crews can focus on what matters: rapid and secure mission success. COBRA protects users against incorrect operation or double loading when operating at night or in extreme weather.
The compact design keeps things simple for users and allows easy integration into a wide variety of vehicle types. Making the RUAG COBRA Mortar System a highly flexible artillery system that meets the strategic needs of modern forces. Future ready, the COBRA has interfaces for a wide variety of Battle management and communication systems.
The RUAG COBRA Mortar System offers optimal training: operational knowledge is effectively gained without long training times. Efficient and directly on site crews become intuitive operators of the COBRA and the full range of accompanying subsystems.