Volunteers raise funds for 4 Viktor anti-aircraft systems
Czech activists have raised funds for four Viktor anti-aircraft systems for the Ukrainian military.
The system includes an anti-aircraft gun, which is mounted on a pickup truck.
These air defense systems are assembled at the plant of the Czech Excalibur Army company.
The engineers suppose that they can be especially useful in the fight against Iranian drones applied by Russia in the war.
In total, Czech activists set a goal to raise funds for 15 such systems or $3.85 million.
The Viktor mobile anti-aircraft system is based on the Toyota pickup with a crew cab at the front and a cargo compartment at the rear.
A twin 14.5mm anti-aircraft machine gun is mounted on the vehicle. The ammunition of the module is 300 loaded cartridges and 300 additional ones in stock.
With this new vehicle, the Excalibur Army offers a cheap anti-aircraft artillery system that can be used to destroy aerial threats such as drones.
Using Toyota pickup chassis, the Viktor system offers a high level of mobility on the road and in off-road conditions.
It is stated that the effective range is more than 2 kilometers.
The weapon is equipped with a day and night reflector sight, as well as a sight for direct targeting of ground targets.
It should be reminded that the Czech Excalibur Army company also restores and modernizes Т-72 tanks for Ukraine.
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