Its a shame the British Army is incompetent, or they would have equipped Ajax with a laser warning receiver which would be very handy.Conceded, the AT-10 GLATGM is a concern, and is where the overwatch variant of Ajax would’ve been handy. Still not an insurmountable problem though.
I'm not sure why you're blaming the Russians for Photex doing what Photex does best. They aren't the ones claiming that Sprut, a mobile anti-tank gun, is in any way relevant to Ajax, a reconnaissance vehicle.If Listy had said that CTA40 outranged the 125mm gun, you'd look, y'know, clever and amazing and everyone would be smitten with admiration for your brilliance.
But since that's got the square root of fµck-all to do with what he said, it leaves me wondering whether you're too dull-witted to understand what's said, or so dishonest you're just making stuff up to try - and fail - to look as if you've got a clue (when in fact, you couldn't get a clue even if you were standing in a field of randy clues, during clue breeding season, generously smeared with clue musk, and making the clue mating call...)
Since the Sprut is so totes amazeballs, what's the immunity range where its mighty armoured hull will keep 40mm CTA APFSDS out?
Oh, "it gets hit, it dies". But that's okay because the Sprut's got much better sensors and fire control.... oh, wait.
Yep, maybe this isn't working out quite as well as Russia Today would like you to believe.
Still, there's always missiles if the gun's not going to win the day...
Was it me or does that finish by saying “The turret eis fitted with anti-mine teats?” I’m off to watch again
Italy has ordered, or might order, 74. It’s predecessor saw some use as a convoy escort and once fired at a building with a sniper in Iraq. It has some utility in a low intensity peacekeeping role. Much of the rest is marketing bollocks produced by the OEM and should be read with caution.
This is a fire support vehicle, not one I’d want to go up against a peer adversary inside.