TOW BAVS Specs

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TOW BAVS Specs

Post by Corni » 08 Nov 2017, 01:13

Hey Everyone

Can anyone tell me the TOW Laser measurments. There was a PDF with all the info last year but I can't find it anywhere.

Thanks in advance

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Re: TOW BASVS Specs

Post by Berget-events » 08 Nov 2017, 21:56

Hello Sir.

Description:

The TOW unit consists of three different components and all three are include in the package rented by Berget, the missile Unit, control cable and launch unit. The “missile-unit” is pushed into the barrel easy of the player constructed TOW launcher tube. The foam rubber rings are flexible and gives a good tolerance so it can fit both smaller and bigger tubes. The 1-2 m cable is a “one click” connect cable to fit the Missile unit to the launch unit. The launch unit is a module that has a reload led display and fire / target lock buttons, it is used to fire the weapon at other vehicles.

Players needs to construct a Launch tube with the minimum length of 141 cm and a inner diameter of 100-103mm (The best way is to get a plastic waste pipe, rub it with sandpaper on the outside before painting OD-green). It must be open in both ends and the only things that can be inside is the head of the screws / nuts / rivets, required to fit the bipod to the tube. The tube needs a mount or bipod on-top of the car. It is up to the players to solve this as they seem fit to their vehicle, it is favorably if the turret-bipod can be turned. The turret bi-pod must be at least 40 cm height above the car roof. The complete unit must be painted OD-green.

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Re: TOW BAVS Specs

Post by Corni » 10 Nov 2017, 10:30

Thanks for the reply. Will get to work then ^^
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Re: TOW BAVS Specs

Post by Panzergraf » 10 Nov 2017, 16:17

Any weight requirements? I guess the bipod mounted TOW's shouldn't be too light.
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Re: TOW BAVS Specs

Post by Lester » 16 Jul 2018, 16:49

is I possible to get pics or the pdf of the tow instructions?
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Re: TOW BAVS Specs

Post by Lester » 16 Jul 2018, 17:00

and is it ok to be able to rotate left and right the TOW from the inside of the far with a remote or is must we do it by hand?

Should be ok, the rulles say that the turret itself can't be remote controlled. But is it ok to turn it right and left from inside of the car?

What I understand its ok to launch it from inside of the car
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Re: TOW BAVS Specs

Post by Arradin » 16 Jul 2018, 21:11

Lester wrote:
16 Jul 2018, 17:00
and is it ok to be able to rotate left and right the TOW from the inside of the far with a remote or is must we do it by hand?

Should be ok, the rulles say that the turret itself can't be remote controlled. But is it ok to turn it right and left from inside of the car?

What I understand its ok to launch it from inside of the car
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Re: TOW BAVS Specs

Post by Lester » 16 Jul 2018, 21:40

Not even inside from the car? So its ok to fire the tow from inside the car But not rotate the tow itself from inside?
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Re: TOW BAVS Specs

Post by Arradin » 16 Jul 2018, 23:23

Lester wrote:
16 Jul 2018, 21:40
Not even inside from the car? So its ok to fire the tow from inside the car But not rotate the tow itself from inside?
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Re: TOW BAVS Specs

Post by Lester » 16 Jul 2018, 23:57

Got it!

Thanks
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