Israeli SMART SHOOTER to Supply Rifle-mounted Fire Control System to Indian Navy

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Israeli SMART SHOOTER to Supply Rifle-mounted Fire Control System to Indian Navy

Israeli SMART SHOOTER, a fire control systems that significantly increase the accuracy of small arms, was awarded a contract by the Indian Ministry of Defence for the supply of its SMASH Fire Control Systems to the Indian Navy.

The contract calls for the supply of Smart Shooters SMASH 2000 Plus fire control systems, which will be installed mainly on AK-47/103 rifles. The SMASH 2000 Plus shall significantly improve soldiers’ accuracy and speed of hitting targets and shooting down threats, hence dramatically increasing each soldier’s confidence.

SMASH 2000 Plus includes the SMASH fire control solution’s full feature set, with an additional advanced Counter-UAS mode which provides accurate Hard Kill capability against drones or any static or moving ground targets.

SMASH is a combat-proven Fire Control solution that ensures each round finds its target. With a unique One Shot – One Hit; capability, SMASH allows the operator to quickly and effectively neutralize any ground or airborne target, manned or unmanned.

SMASH 2000 Plus is ideal for border security, bases and strategic facilities protection. Smart Shooter technology allows each soldier to be smarter, effective, and professional and ultimately revolutionizes the world of small arms.

Michal Mor, SMART SHOOTER CEO: “We are honored that the Indian Navy has chosen Smart Shooter technology, and see this as a sign of proof for the unique value SMASH offers. We will be happy to keep offering the Indian Military diverse cutting-edge solutions for protection against ground and aerial threats.”

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