Ukraine tests 82mm mortar
Ukroboronprom’s artillery design bureau has completed final testing of the 82mm KBA-48M1 mortar ahead of delivery to the Ukraine armed forces.
According to the company, during testing the mortar fired proof rounds with a range of charges, showing that it meets requirements for reliability and accuracy. The Ministry of Defence has noted full compliance of the armament and declared technical characteristics.
Colonel Serhiy Markov, representative of the armed forces of Ukraine, said: ‘Every mine released during trial is a well-aimed shot at those who do not believe in the power of Ukrainian armament.’
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