9M119 Svir

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The 9M119 Svir and 9M119M Refleks are laser beam riding, guided anti-tank missiles developed in the former Soviet Union. The two missiles are similar, but vary in range and launch platform. Both are designed to be fired from smooth bore 125 mm tank and anti-tank gun (2A45, 2A46 and 2A46M). Their NATO reporting name is AT-11 Sniper. The name Svir comes from the River Svir, while Refleks means reflex.


The Refleks is used in the T-90 and Serbian M-84AS and some versions of the T-80 and T-84 tanks.It has also been produced by the People's Republic of China for use with its Type 98 tank. It can also be fired from the 2A45 Sprut-B anti-tank gun.


The Svir is used with the T-72 series of tanks.

Similar weapons

  • United States MGM-51 Shillelagh used with the M551 Sheridan light tank, and the short lived M60A2 MBT.
  • Russian 9K112 Kobra (AT-8 Songster) is also fired through 125-mm smoothbore gun tubes.
  • Israeli LAHAT, used with their 105 and 120-mm gun tubes.
  • Ukrainian Kombat tandem-warhead ATGM with a 5,000-m effective range, fired from 125-mm smoothbore guns. 950mm penetration.Jane's Armour and Artillery 2005–2006, p 133.


  • Range:
    • Refleks: 100 to 6000 m
    • Svir: 100 to 4000 m
  • Weight (complete round):
    • Refleks: 28 kg
    • Svir: 24.3 kg
  • Missile weight:
  • Warhead: Tandem HEAT
  • Penetration: 750–950 mm of RHA
  • Time of flight to 4000 m :......
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