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Desert Camo SA-22 Greyhound (Updated Photos) . . This is my attempt at the Pantsir S1 Anti-Aircraft gun/missile system on a tracked vehicle, also known as the SA-22 Greyhound. I think i did really well aside from taking a few liberties here and there. It is built entirely from on-the-fly ideas after watching photos of the real ones, but i did take inspiration from several other builders on MOCpages who excel in building tracked vehicles. Oh, and in case you were wondering... No i don't play battlefield :-) Near the bottom of the page updated photos has been added. Front. With both regular and infrared headlights. Or the red lights could be SHTORAs! It might be mentioned what they are in the sales video but i don't speak russian :-( Left Side. Six axles! Missile countermeasures can be seen too. Right side. The radio is the external direct com-system used to contact the crew. Rear. The turret. The system is armed with up to 12 two-stage medium range missiles and 2 dual-barreled (that's four barrels total) 30 mm autocannons. The autocannons can engage ground and air targets. They fire in tandem and have a combined rate of fire of 5000(!) rounds per minute. Rear access hatch, engine exhaust, tools & what not. A mount for external fuel pods can be seen too. Back of the turret. Bottom. How i did the tracks. I don't know if this is how other tank builders make their tracks but it is what i came up with using the trial-and-error method. Our crew entering the vehicle. An overview of the interior. On the left side of the vehicle is the corridor for accessing the driver's section. The driver's section. The driver also has a small simplified control panel for the weapon systems. If needed, all tasks can be handled by one person. To the right is one of the tool storage compartments. Weapons control. The various radar systems have a range of up to 36 km and can also pick up stealth aircrafts. Up to four targets can be engaged simultaneously. To the left is the other tool storage compartment, also containing spare tracks. In operation! Beware! The turret can rotate 360 degrees. You have to be a bit careful with the missile tubes though! Below is a series of photos featuring the latest updates. Work has been done to the turret base, the tracks and the front. In the process of remaking the tracks i have also lowered the chassis some. These 2 photos are of the very first version. It's come a long way since then! And here is a composite shot with a few photos of the real SA-22. Below is also a sales video in Russian from the developers, the Instrument Design Bureau (Interesting name!) in Tula. Unfortunately there are no subtitles but in the end of the video contact information is shown in english. From what i read on wiki, they're about $15 million each if you can figure things out with your local authorities! And finally, a fun photo from the first posting: "Don't you dare touch my desert-camo bin!"

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