Shafrir

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Shafrir 1
Information
Infrared Homing MissileType
Israel Israel flag.pngCountry of Origin
General Characteristics
NoAll-aspect
800 m/sMaximum Speed
10 GMaximum Overload
17.6 kNMotor Thrust
2.1 SecondsMotor Burn time
20 SecondsMax flight time
5,000 mMax flight distance
Recommended max range
IR Seeker
4,000 mMax lock range in rear-aspect
4 secondsPower up time
15 SecondsMax acquisition time
Seeker FoV
NoUncaged seeker
NoCan be slaved to radar
Seeker gimbal limit pre-launch
25°Seeker gimbal limit
11°/sTracking rate
Warhead
4.0 kgExplosive mass
TNTExplosive type
5 mProximity fuse range
Specifications
65 kgMissile mass
2,830 mmLength
140 mmDiameter
FinsSteering system
Production History
Rafael Designer
Limited ProductionProduction Status
1963 - ???Produced

Description

The Shafrir is an Israeli Infrared homing air-to-air missile, it was introduced in Update 1.87 "Locked On", along with the Vautour IIA IDF/AF (the only aircraft currently equipped with it). The design of the missile was based upon that of the AIM-9B and it performs similarly to it in game.

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General info

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Effective damage

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Missiles
USA 
AAM  AIM-9B · AIM-9D · AIM-9E · AIM-9L · AIM-92 Stinger
AGM  AGM-12B Bullpup · AGM-12C Bullpup · AGM-22 · AGM-114B Hellfire · BGM-71 TOW · BGM-71 TOW-2
ATGM  BGM-71B TOW · BGM-71C I-TOW
SAM  MIM146
Germany 
AGM  HOT-1 · HOT-2
ATGM  HOT-K3S · PARS 3 LR
  Foreign:
ATGM  BGM-71B TOW (USA) · BGM-71C I-TOW (USA)
USSR 
AAM  R-3S · R-13M · R-60 · R-60M
AGM  9M14-2 Malyutka · 9M17M Falanga · 9М17P Falanga-PV · 9M114 Shturm · 9M120 Ataka · 9M120M Ataka · 9K127 Vikhr
ATGM  3M7 · 9M113 Konkurs · 9M14
SAM  9M311
Britain 
AAM  Fireflash · Firestreak · SRAAM
ATGM  BAe Swingfire
Japan 
ATGM  Type 64 MAT · Type 79
Italy 
ATGM  MILAN · MILAN 2
  Foreign:
ATGM  BGM-71B TOW (USA) · BGM-71C I-TOW (USA)
AAM  AA-20 (France)
AGM  AS-20 (France)
France 
AAM  AA-20 · Mistral · Shafrir
AGM  AS-20 · SS.11
ATGM  HOT · HOT-3
Sweden 
AAM  Rb24
  AAM = Air-to-Air Missile   AGM = Air-to-Ground Missile   ATGM = Anti-Tank Guided Missile (Ground mounts)   SAM = Surface-to-Air Missile