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LADA exports is honoured to present the weapons that we have for export purposes to all Europa's nations! LADA is completely state-owned(as all other companies in Suverina) and focuses to supply the Suverinian amry with weapons and other equipment. Some parts of our sortiment has been developed together with Vickers Suverina, who ofcourse gets part of the profit.


SAC 4a


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Caliber, mm 5.56

Cartridge 5.56x45

Length, overal, mm 834

Length, folded, mm 586

Barrel Length, mm 314

Magazine capacity, rds 34

Sighting range, m 500

Weight w/empty magazine, g 3200


This assault rifle features a 34-round magazine, plastic folding butt, mount on the receiver for night sights, plastic fore grip, handguard and pistol grip. The SAC 4a can be fitted with a tactical light, lasersight, scope, and a suppressor. This modell is the new standard assualt rifle together with the SAC 1b, the export version is almost exactly the same version as the army version. Extremely reliable and cheap.


This weapon was orginally based on the Adapton AR-101, and developed together with Vickers and LADA Wz1a to become the basic assualt rifle of the Suverinian army.


LADA Pioneer


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Crew: 7

Weight: 46 ton

Overall length: 13m

Overall width: 10m

Maingun: 203mm artillery gun

Firerate: 3 rounds/min

Ammunition carriage: 40 rounds

Engine: 800 hp

Maiximum speep on roads: 63 km.


The LADA Pioneer Self-Propelled Gun features turretless design with rear opened placed main gun. Driving compartment is in the front section and engine-transmission compartment is right behind it and crew compartment and combat compartments go further. Artillery unit's crew is 14 men. On march 7 of them are carried by self-propelled artillery gun while others in convoying truck or armored personnel carrier.


Commander and driver have their seats in the driving compartment. Cabin is protrudes forward creating counterweight for the main gun. Cabin features two roof hatches. Forward observation is provided threw the windscreens or periscope observation devices. However windscreens can be covered with an armored shutter. There is also a forward-facing periscope in the forward part of the roof between commander and driver. In the combat position gunner seats at the rear of the hull on the left side. Gunner operates elevation and traverse controls.


At the rear part of the hull there is very powerful 2A44 the 203-mm artillery gun. Gun has no muzzle brake. This design decision was caused of a low pressure dangerous for crew while mounting muzzle brake some additional protection measures had to be taken. Gun's lock is automatically opened and closed by a special mechanical device. However this operation can be done manually in emergency situation. Projectile and load are loaded by load-assisting mechanism. This loading mechanism works in any gun's elevation and traverse inclination levels. Loading operations are made from locker's deck.


Over and under the gun there are mounted hydro-pneumatic recoil absorbers. Recoil step is approximately 1 400 mm.

The LADA Pioneer is completed with rear mounted bulldozer type hydraulic operated spade. It digs in the ground approximately 700 mm and provides good fire stability. Fire stability is also ensured by landing directing sprockets and blocked wheels hydro absorbers. All these features allow to fire in a wide range of elevation and traverse ranges. Elevation range is between 0? and 60? and traverse range is 30? (15? to the each side). In a low elevation levels or using low power loads fire is executed without lowering spade and other recoil absorbing measures.


Ammunition is separately loading type. The main is OF43 High-Explosive Fragmentation Projectile and rocket assisted projectile. High-explosive fragmentation projectile weights 110 kilograms and consists 17.8 kilograms of explosives. Such projectiles maximum range of fire with a normal load is 37.5 kilometers and initial speed - 960 m/s. Rocket assisted projectile weights 103 kilograms and contains 13.8 kilograms of explosives. It's range of fire is a record for a modern field artillery and is 47.5 kilometers.


Without already mentioned ammunition the LADA Pioneer Self-Propelled Artillery Gun fires concrete piercing, chemical and also tactical-nuclear projectiles. Combat load consists from 40 rounds however only 4 of them are carried by self-propelled artillery gun for immediate use and remaining - by convoying vehicle. In fire position ammunition is lowered to the ground and carried to artillery unit using one-axis barrow.


A piece with it's price-class way below the prices of most artillery pieces.




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Mobile warfare is hampered by immobile artillery support, so a full-scale conventional warfare scenario requires self-propelled artillery pieces such as the Suverinian KL12. This is a self-propelled 203mm howitzer. It has been in service for several months now, and can only be found in the army of Suverina. It can fire an 8-inch diameter, 92.5 kg high explosive projectile to a maximum range of 21.3 km, and a rocket-assisted projectile to a maximum range of 29.1 km. It can also fire a variety of other projectiles if necessary. It can travel at nearly 60 km/h under its own power. It also has a shovel-like attachment which digs into the ground to stabilize the platform against the prodigious force of recoil from its massive gun. It should be noted that this gun provides no protection whatsoever for its crew, and that this sort of self-propelled gun is actually the exception rather than the rule. Most self-propelled guns have an enclosed crew cab for protection as well as greater ammo storage. (Might need to add that it generates a lower profile and more mobility to have ammunition in a seperate carriage.)


Also a good and cheap artillery piece.




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CREW : 3

MAX WEIGHT : About 50t

LENGTH OVERALL : About 9.80m

WIDTH OVERALL : About 3.40m

HEIGHT OVERALL : About 2.30m

MAX SPEED : About 70km/h

ENIGINE : Liquid-cooled two-stroke 10-cylindered diesel engine - 1500 hp

Max power 1,500PS/2,400rpm


: 1 - 120mm smooth bore gun

: 1 - 12.7mm (Cal. 50) heavy machine gun

: 1 - Type 74 7.62mm mounted machine gun


The L-24, equipped with 120mm gun, is a first-class tank that is equal to any tank made by leading nations of the world. The L-24 tank carries a smoothbore barrel rather than a rifled barrel, and ammunition includes armor-piercing projectiles, antitank howitzer shells, and adhesive [high explosive plastic (HEP)] howitzer shells. The L-24 weighs 50 gross tons, is powered by a 1,500-horsepower engine, and has a 30-horsepower-per-ton power-to-weight ratio. The L-24 tank is one of the first tanks to achieve manpower savings by reducing the crew to three through the development of an ammunition autoloader. Innovative technology includes a laser and thermal-guided gun and turret controls. The automatic target tracking system using a thermal image display is controlled through a tank commander's targeting periscope attached to the top of the turret in an independently rotatable mode. Night-vision range finders are integrated into fire control systems (FCS) and night vision thermal imaging systems of a passive type use the infrared rays emitted from the opposing target to provide a substantial improvement in visible range. These features enable the tank to achieve high-precision, mobile firing, and enhanced the tanks capabilities to respond rapidly to multiple targets. Proprietary technology was used on the composite armor, including steel and ceramics with superior projectile-resistant qualities.


This piece does have the same priceclass as most tanks in Europa as it is equal and equipment isn't free.




Not happy with the price? Contact us and we'll work something out!


Production licenses and long-term trade agreements can also be settled ofcourse.


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Pv-19 Bizon 'Izhevsk'


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Caliber: 7,62x25mm/9x18mm PM

Weight: 2.1 kg w/o magazine

Length: 425 / 660 mm (buttstock folded / open)

Rate of fire: 600 - 700 rounds per minute

Magazine capacity: 64 rounds ( 9 mm); 45 rounds (7.62mm)

Effective range: 200/100 meters, depending on ammunition used

This interesting submachine gun had been developed in Izhevsk 1990 and first appeared on public circa 1993. Obviously influenced by the somewhat unsuccessful Calico submachine guns, Bizon SMG combined high capacity "helical" magazine with more conventional appearance and layout. Latter models introduced somewhat improved shape of pistol grip, with better ergonomics. Large capacity magazine is located under the barrel, and serves as a forearm, resulting in comfortable hold and trim profile. This firearm said to be comfortable to carry and fire, and provides a lot of firepower. Also, thanks to its closed bolt fire mode, combined with hammer fire control module, provides accurate semiautomatic fire. Controls are similar to those on all Suverinian assault rifles, thus being familiar for all Suverinian troops. Initially produced for 9x18 mm Makarov ammunition (in both standard and Modified and hotter forms), Bizon latter appeared chambered for 9x19mm and 7.62x25mm ammo. Latter version appeared in two flavors - with cylindrical magazine holding 45 rounds, or with curved box magazine, holding 35 rounds. Bizon submachine guns are in limited use with Suverinian security, law enforcements and special forces.



Lada Zv. 11


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General characteristics

Crew: One

Length: 15.34 m

Wingspan: 9.42 m

Height: 3.89 m

Wing area: 49.22 m?

Empty weight: 7,865 kg

Loaded weight: 11,400 kg

Max takeoff weight: 16,000 kg

Powerplant: 1? Lada WzRv RM6C afterburning turbojet

Dry thrust: 56.5 kN

Thrust with afterburner: 78.4 kN


Maximum speed: Mach 1.98, 2,420 km/h at 11,000 m

Range: 3,250 km with external drop tanks

Service ceiling: 20,000 m

Rate of climb: 195 m/s

Wing loading: 231.6 kg/m?

Thrust/weight: 0.70

Takeoff roll: 600 m


1x 30 mm LADA cannon, 180 rounds

Six hardpoints for either fuel tanks or air-to-air missiles

Rb 24, Rb 27 and Rb 28 air-to-air missiles

Maximum ordnance 2,900 kg


A very cheap multirole fighter, not built as a dogfighter but has proven to be a very capable one.




Not happy with the price? Contact us and we'll work something out!


Production licenses and long-term trade agreements can also be settled ofcourse.

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We thank you for you purchase, the airplanes will be send to you as soon as possible. We hope that these will find a great place in the mighty airforce of Italgria. And for you we have also worked out a special price, we hope you are satisfied with it.




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LADA Vw. 2


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Today we announce the Vw. 2 UCAV (Unmanned Combat Air Vehicle)


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This is only on the design table as we lack money and scientists to develop it, therefore we seek a nation that is willing to develop this great airplane.


The technology challenge:


Vw. 2 must demonstrate the capability to perform the most stringent missions, under the harshest conditions, fully integrated within a network-centric environment.


The Vw. 2 demonstrator will be capable of fully automatic take off and landing. It will have to demonstrate the feasibility of an air-to-ground mission within a tactical network. It will have to reach its target under optimal stealth conditions, with minimal radar and IR signatures. It will approach a target designated by an external source of information at subsonic speed, and launch one or several offensive payloads from an internal bay within a very short timeframe. Other payloads, such as recce devices, will be validated at a later stage.


Vw. 2, as a technology demonstrator, will allow application, integration and validation of the most advanced technological agenda existing today within the Europa's aerospace industry.


For the first time in a military project, it will be designed and developed within the frame of a completely integrated PLM (Product Life Management) environment, through a virtual development platform allowing LADA Aviation and its partners to simultaneously work together on the same design.


The main technological challenges to be addressed during the design are the forms of the vehicle (aerodynamic, composite structure, internal weapon bay, higher reliance on electrical systems and advanced conditioning system). Of course this technological demonstrator will use all the C4i technologies for Unmanned Air Vehicle, integrated in tomorrow's Network Centric Warfare. It is also the intention to perform demonstration with a modular and reliable avionics system, using COTS-based modular on-board computers, and high-productivity and High quality critical real-time softwares.

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Suverina?s new generation nuclear submarine programme can be dated back to the early 1980s, when the RSN issued the requirement for a new nuclear attack submarine (SSN) as the successor to its first-generation Type 12 attack submarine. The submarine development programme, codenamed Type Wi. 23, was officially approved by the RSN leaders in July 1983. However, the development programme only made very limited progress in its early stage due to enormous technical difficulties, especially the nuclear reactor and onboard weapon systems.

The Type Wi. 23 was outperformed by the existing Western and eastern nuclear submarines even before its blueprint could be finished. As a result, the submarine design team had to given up the original design to meet the revised requirements from the RSN. The development was suspended until the mid-1990s, when Adapton-based Vickers Central Design Bureau for Marine Engineering began to assist the Suverinian design team in the Type Wi. 23 development. The Adapton involvement in the programme has played an important role in reviving the Type Wi. 23 project, which finally made to the construction stage in the late 1990s.

Exactly how much help the Suverinian design team had received from Adapton Vickers is unknown, but it could potentially include a range of critical assistance, such as overall hull design, engine and machinery quieting, combat system design, and weapon system and countermeasures outfit. The revised Type Wi. 23 design is said to be of heavy Adapton influence.




The Type Wi. 23 has 7,000t displacement when dived. It represents a significant advance in the RSN?s SSN technology over its first-generation Type 12 class., the Wi. 23 uses sophisticated sonar system, to include bow, flank-mounted and towed sonar arrays. Type submarine has max dive depth of 650m.




The Type Wi. 23 is armed with 533mm and 650mm torpedo tubes which can launch indigenous wire-, acoustic, and wave-homing torpedoes as well as anti-ship and land attack cruise missiles. The capability to launch the land-attack cruise missile (LACM) would enable the RSN to have limited global naval power projection for either nuclear or non-nuclear weapons.

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Vestna- Multirole Combat Fighter


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Vestna is a twin-jet combat aircraft capable of carrying out a wide range of short- and long-range missions, including ground and sea attack, air defence and air superiority, reconnaissance, and high-accuracy strike or nuclear strike deterrence.

The Vestna A entered service in 2003 and the Suverinian aircraft carriers main aircraft is the Vetsna. Vestna B and C entered service with the Suverinian Royal Air Force in June 2005, when 10 squadrons were established. More Air Force squadron will be set up in 2008.

Navy Vestna A1 standard fighters have air-to-air capability. Deliveries to the Navy of the A2 standard, with air-to-ground missiles, began in May 2005.



The cockpit has Hands-On Throttle And Stick control (HOTAS). The cockpit is equipped with a head-up, wide-angle holographic display, which provides aircraft control data, mission data and firing cues.

A collimated, multi-image head-level display presents tactical situation and sensor data, and two touch-screen lateral displays show the aircraft system parameters and mission data. The pilot also has a helmet-mounted sight and display. A CCD camera and on-board recorder records the image of the head-up display throughout the mission.



The Vestna can carry payloads of over 10t on 14 hardpoints for the Air Force version, and 13 for the naval version. The range of weapons includes: Mica, Magic, Sidewinder, ASRAAM and AMRAAM air-to-air missiles; Apache, AS30L, ALARM, HARM, Maverick and PGM100 air-to-ground missiles; and Exocet/AM39, Penguin 3 and Harpoon anti-ship missiles. For a strategic mission the Vestna can deliver the a standoff nuclear missile. All newly equipped Vetsnas will be armed with the Sagem AASM precision-guided bomb.The Vestna is equipped with laser designation pods for laser guidance of air-to-ground missiles.



The Vestnas electronic warfare system is the Spectra. Spectra incorporates solid state transmitter technology, radar warner, DAL laser warning receiver, missile warning, detection systems and jammers.



The Vestna is equipped with an RBE2 radar, which has look-down and shoot-down capability. The radar can track up to eight targets simultaneously and provides threat identification and prioritisation.

The optronic systems include the OSF infrared search and track system, installed in the nose of the aircraft. The optronic suite carries out search, target identification, telemetry and automatic target discrimination and tracking.



The Vestna is powered by two M88-2 engines, each providing a thrust of 75kN. The aircraft is equipped for buddy-buddy refuelling with a flight refuelling hose reel and drogue pack.


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