>it's literally that fucking simple
Lancet stopped early by a metal mesh put up around a UA howitzer. Are nets going to become standard for front line artillery?
Bonus pictures of disassembled Lancet wreck.
Huh, I thought lancets had an Exocet like multi-shaped charge warhead
Any ERA stops them for a reason lmao
I meant I thought the lancet was designed like this, and with sharped charges projecting in a roughly spherical arrangement rather than a stacked tandem warhead
Ahh yeah, that makes sense. Well; not really since it’s a tiny fucking warhead, but hey
That's the Shasneed drone.
What a joke of a warhead, i mean its not hard tech and simple stuff works but no wonder the performance is so shit.
Its a demolition charge with the standoff cup and delay fuse removed? Specifically ISTR its a gun-spiking charge and kept on artillery for that purpose. Ironic.
It looks like a re-used cluster bomblet.
So what does this thing do that a T2B or whatever lightweight drone can't so again? Because all I've seen on both sides with these loitering missiles is them failing to do enough
I suspect this photo is PrepHoleope and they simply used the pieces of one of these, manually placed them on the tank, and now they can tell the poor fags sent to the front that “yes comrade, the new Zelinsky mesh will save you.”
Anon, the warhead is literally right there.
Yes when you stage a photo you generally place props.
How would they get a warhead like that wihtout one failing you retard.
Is projection all you third world morons can do?
I don't understand why standardized, easily deploying net screens integrated with camouflage aren't being factory produced already. What are they waiting for?
It’s almost like this war is designed to depopulate Khazaria of Slavs…
what do twitter trannies have to do with physical evidence?
>NAFO simply lied too many times
Point a few of hose lies
>In numerous tabletop war games played over several months between 2014-2015, Russian forces were knocking on the doors of the Estonian capital of Tallinn or the Latvian capital of Riga within 36 to 60 hours. U.S. and Baltic troops — and American airpower — proved unable to halt the advance of mechanized Russian units and suffered heavy casualties, the report said.
So the lie was that they gave gigabuffs to ruskies?
It's a hastily concocted cover story for the the horrifying secret: In every stimulation Poland breaks away from NATO and ethnically cleanses every square meter of land from St Petersburg to Sakhalin.
They forgot to switch difficulty from hardcore to story mode. Understandable mistake.
It's actually fucking astounding how much better NATO thought Russia was than they ended up being. It's like if China set out to invade Taiwan but couldn't even get a kilometer from their own coast and spent a year throwing wave after wave into the sea.
There is outrage in the CIA whenever anyone presents evidence of Russian and Chinese military ineptitude.
China is even worse, they’ve sold every military leadership role to CCP donors.
you mean chainlink fence? lolol
chainlink fence is metal net
>chainlink fence is metal net
trying to hide your reliance on literal junk
Chain link is plentiful and cheap. What's problem with that?
i don't think anything is wrong with it, use what works, so why call it "metal nets"?
you seem insecure
correct, relying on lancets to have any sort of counter battery capability is pathetic indeed.
>counter battery capability
lel you should probably worry about ammo bud
>ESLing this hard
even the frogs know the the difference
>NAFO simply lied too many times, at this point it’s easy and accurate to assume everything we hear from NAFO is the opposite of the truth.
it really is that easy
Ghost of Kiev and Snek Island have taught us
ANYTHING that's promoted as being good for NATO is probably a lie
fool me once...
>Russia uses cope cages, they fail miserably and it becomes a global laughing stock.
>Ukraine uses cope nets, they save numerous tanks, trenches and artillery pieces and are considered a legitimate protective measure
Proof that Ukrainians do literally everything better and smarter than Vatnoids.
Nets don't stop Western or Turkish technology like laser proximity sensors. Switchblade uses this.
>Are nets going to become standard for front line artillery?
Yes. Proof at 0:34 to 1:10