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<div class="ttx-title">Shafrir 1</div>
 
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  <div class="ttx-table-line ttx-table-head">Information</div>
 
  <div class="ttx-table-line"><span class="ttx-value">Infrared Homing Missile</span><span class="ttx-name">Type</span></div>
 
  <div class="ttx-table-line"><span class="ttx-value">Israel [[File:Israel_flag.png]]</span><span class="ttx-name">Country of Origin</span></div>
 
  <div class="ttx-table-line ttx-table-head">General Characteristics</div>
 
  <div class="ttx-table-line"><span class="ttx-value">No</span><span class="ttx-name">All-aspect</span></div>
 
  <div class="ttx-table-line"><span class="ttx-value">800 m/s</span><span class="ttx-name">Maximum Speed</span></div>
 
  <div class="ttx-table-line"><span class="ttx-value">6 G</span><span class="ttx-name">Maximum Overload</span></div>
 
  <div class="ttx-table-line"><span class="ttx-value">2.1 Seconds</span><span class="ttx-name">{{Annotation|Motor Burn time|How long the missile's rocket motor burns for (Note: the visual exhaust effect may last longer)}}</span></div>
 
  <div class="ttx-table-line"><span class="ttx-value">20 Seconds</span><span class="ttx-name">{{Annotation|Max flight time|Maximum time the missile can be in flight before it self-destructs}}</span></div>
 
  <div class="ttx-table-line"><span class="ttx-value">5,000 m</span><span class="ttx-name">{{Annotation|Max flight distance|Maximum distance missile can travel before it self-destructs (Note: this is not equal to the distance between you and the your target)}}</span></div>
 
  <div class="ttx-table-line"><span class="ttx-value"> </span><span class="ttx-name">{{Annotation|Recommended max range|The maximum recommended range between you and your target when you fire the missile}}</span></div>
 
  <div class="ttx-table-line ttx-table-head">IR Seeker</div>
 
  <div class="ttx-table-line"><span class="ttx-value">4,000 m</span><span class="ttx-name">Max lock range in rear-aspect</span></div>
 
  <!--<div class="ttx-table-line"><span class="ttx-value"> N/A </span><span class="ttx-name">Max lock range in all-aspect</span></div>-->
 
  <div class="ttx-table-line"><span class="ttx-value">4 seconds</span><span class="ttx-name">{{Annotation|Power up time|Time taken for seeker to power up after it is turned on}}</span></div>
 
  <div class="ttx-table-line"><span class="ttx-value">15 Seconds</span><span class="ttx-name">{{Annotation|Max acquisition time|Maximum time seeker can be powered on for before it shuts down}}</span></div>
 
  <div class="ttx-table-line"><span class="ttx-value">4°</span><span class="ttx-name">{{Annotation|Seeker FoV|Field of View of the seeker (how big the lock on circle is)}}</span></div>
 
  <div class="ttx-table-line"><span class="ttx-value">No</span><span class="ttx-name">{{Annotation|Uncaged seeker|If the seeker can be uncaged prior to launch}}</span></div>
 
  <div class="ttx-table-line"><span class="ttx-value">No</span><span class="ttx-name">{{Annotation|Can be slaved to radar|If the seeker can be slaved to the aircraft's radar}}</span></div>
 
  <div class="ttx-table-line"><span class="ttx-value">5°</span><span class="ttx-name">{{Annotation|Seeker gimbal limit pre-launch|How far off-boresight a target lock can be maintained using an uncaged seeker or radar slaving, before firing missile}}</span></div>
 
  <div class="ttx-table-line"><span class="ttx-value">25°</span><span class="ttx-name">{{Annotation|Seeker gimbal limit|How far off-boresight a target lock can be maintained in flight}}</span></div>
 
  <div class="ttx-table-line ttx-table-head">Warhead</div>
 
  <div class="ttx-table-line"><span class="ttx-value">4.0 kg</span><span class="ttx-name">Explosive mass</span></div>
 
  <div class="ttx-table-line"><span class="ttx-value">TNT</span><span class="ttx-name">Explosive type</span></div>
 
  <!--<div class="ttx-table-line"><span class="ttx-value">{{TNTequiv|mass=??? |type=??? }} kg</span><span class="ttx-name">TNT Equivalent</span></div>-->
 
  <div class="ttx-table-line"><span class="ttx-value">5 m</span><span class="ttx-name">Proximity fuse range</span></div>
 
  <div class="ttx-table-line ttx-table-head">Specifications</div>
 
  <div class="ttx-table-line"><span class="ttx-value">65 kg</span><span class="ttx-name">Missile mass</span></div>
 
  <div class="ttx-table-line"><span class="ttx-value">2,830 mm</span><span class="ttx-name">Length</span></div>
 
  <div class="ttx-table-line"><span class="ttx-value">140 mm</span><span class="ttx-name">Diameter</span></div>
 
  <div class="ttx-table-line"><span class="ttx-value">Fins</span><span class="ttx-name">Steering system</span></div>
 
  <div class="ttx-table-line ttx-table-head">Production History</div>
 
  <div class="ttx-table-line"><span class="ttx-value">Rafael </span><span class="ttx-name">Designer</span></div>
 
  <div class="ttx-table-line"><span class="ttx-value">Limited Production</span><span class="ttx-name">Production Status</span></div>
 
  <div class="ttx-table-line"><span class="ttx-value">1963 - ???</span><span class="ttx-name">Produced</span></div>
 
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== Description ==
 
== Description ==
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The '''Shafrir''' is an Israeli [[Air-to-air_missiles#Infrared_homing_.28heat-seeking.29_missiles|Infrared homing air-to-air missile]], it was introduced in [[Update 1.87 "Locked On"]], along with the {{Specs-Link|so_4050_vautour_2a_iaf}} (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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Found in-game on the premium [[Vautour IIA IDF/AF (France)|Vautour IIA IDF/AF]], they can be used to turn the bomber into a pseudo heavy fighter/interceptor, while mounted no other secondary armament can be loaded (i.e. bombs and rockets). They are best used at the start of the game when you have more energy than the enemy who has just taken off, best used when the enemy does not know you are behind them. If you have used [[AIM-9B Sidewinder|AIM-9Bs]] you will get used to these lovely missiles quickly.
  
 
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* Reliable at close to medium range
  
 
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* Loses tracking easily
  
 
== History ==
 
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The Shafrir-1 is the oldest of the Rafael Python family. Designed to fulfil the IAF's want for a domestic air-to-air missile to reduce the reliance they had to foreign countries, the Shafrir-1 was originally intended to be mounted on French-built Mirages, but due to their performance being lacklustre for what they were expecting, development on the Shafrir-2 was started immediately. The Shafrir-2 would be the final missile in the family to be dubbed Shafrir and all further developments would be called Python. All subsequent missiles had all-aspect capabilities.
  
 
== Media ==
 
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Revision as of 11:48, 1 December 2020

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.

Vehicles equipped with this weapon

General info

Tell us about the tactical and technical characteristics of the missile.

Effective damage

Describe the type of damage produced by this type of missile (high explosive, splash damage, etc)

Comparison with analogues

Give a comparative description of missiles that have firepower equal to this weapon.

Usage in battles

Found in-game on the premium Vautour IIA IDF/AF, they can be used to turn the bomber into a pseudo heavy fighter/interceptor, while mounted no other secondary armament can be loaded (i.e. bombs and rockets). They are best used at the start of the game when you have more energy than the enemy who has just taken off, best used when the enemy does not know you are behind them. If you have used AIM-9Bs you will get used to these lovely missiles quickly.

Pros and cons

Pros:

  • Reliable at close to medium range

Cons:

  • Loses tracking easily

History

The Shafrir-1 is the oldest of the Rafael Python family. Designed to fulfil the IAF's want for a domestic air-to-air missile to reduce the reliance they had to foreign countries, the Shafrir-1 was originally intended to be mounted on French-built Mirages, but due to their performance being lacklustre for what they were expecting, development on the Shafrir-2 was started immediately. The Shafrir-2 would be the final missile in the family to be dubbed Shafrir and all further developments would be called Python. All subsequent missiles had all-aspect capabilities.

Media

Excellent additions to the article would be video guides, screenshots from the game, and photos.

See also

External links

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  • topic on the official game forum;
  • encyclopedia page on the weapon;
  • other literature.


Missiles
USA 
AAM  AIM-7D Sparrow · AIM-7E Sparrow
  AIM-9B Sidewinder · AIM-9D Sidewinder · AIM-9E Sidewinder · AIM-9G Sidewinder · AIM-9J Sidewinder · AIM-9L Sidewinder · AIM-9P Sidewinder
  AIM-92 Stinger
AGM  AGM-12B Bullpup · AGM-12C Bullpup · AGM-22 · AGM-114B Hellfire · AGM-114K Hellfire II · BGM-71 TOW · BGM-71 TOW-2
ATGM  BGM-71A TOW · BGM-71B TOW · BGM-71C I-TOW
SAM  MIM146
Germany 
AAM  AIM-9B FGW.2 Sidewinder
AGM  HOT-1 · HOT-2 TOW · HOT-3 · PARS 3 LR
ATGM  HOT-K3S
SAM  Roland
USSR 
AAM  9M39 Igla · R-3R · R-3S · R-13M · R-60 · R-60M
AGM  9K127 Vikhr · 9M17M Falanga · 9M17P Falanga-PV · 9M120 Ataka · 9M120M Ataka · Kh-23M · Kh-66
ATGM  3M7 · 9M14 · 9M113 Konkurs · 9M114 Shturm · 9M123 · 9M133
SAM  9M311 · 9M311-1M
Britain 
AAM  Fireflash · Firestreak · Red Top · SRAAM
ATGM  BAe Swingfire · MILAN · MILAN 2
SAM  Starstreak
Japan 
ATGM  Type 64 MAT · Type 79
SAM  Type 91
China 
AAM  PL-2
ATGM  HJ-73 · HJ-73E
Italy 
SAM  Mistral SATCP
France 
AAM  AA-20 Nord · Matra R530 · Matra R530E · Matra R550 Magic 1 · Mistral · Shafrir
AGM  9M14-2 Malyutka-2 · AS-20 Nord · AS-30 Nord · HOT-1 · HOT-2 TOW · HOT-3
ATGM  HOT · SS.11
SAM  Roland
Sweden 
AAM  RB24 · RB24J
AGM  Rb05A
ATGM  Rbs 55 · Rbs 56
SAM  Rbs 70
  AAM = Air-to-Air Missile   AGM = Air-to-Ground Missile   ATGM = Anti-Tank Guided Missile (Ground mounts)   SAM = Surface-to-Air Missile