Kapgan ICA's First Shooting Test Has Been Successfully Held

Kapgan IKA's First Fire Test Successfully Performed
Kapgan ICA's First Fire Test Has Been Successfully Held

Developed under the leadership of HAVELSAN and with the cooperation of leading companies in its field, Kapgan, an unmanned land vehicle, took to the field shortly after its introduction and conducted a fire test with a heavy machine gun for the first time.

Developed with the cooperation of leading companies in the Turkish defense industry, Kapgan, an unmanned land vehicle, went out to the field and conducted a fire test for the first time shortly after its exhibition.

Kapgan, positioned as a medium class-2 unmanned ground vehicle, was transferred to Samsun Yurt Savunma's shooting range in Samsun after the work on the hull was completed for the displayed tests. With the work of the teams involved in the project, Unirobotics' gun turret and Samsun Yurt Defense's Canik M2 QCB 12,7 millimeter heavy machine gun were integrated into Kapgan and night fires were carried out. Daytime shooting was also carried out in the early hours of the next day. Kapgan, who went to the field after the shooting tests, revealed his driving performance.

With this test, the Canik M2 QCB 12,7 millimeter heavy machine gun, which has recently entered the inventory of the Turkish Armed Forces, was used for the first time with an unmanned ground vehicle.

“Can't wait to go to his brothers”

President of the Presidency of Defense Industry Prof. Dr. İsmail Demir said that they are determined to gain the experience gained in UAVs and the worldwide success in other unmanned systems.

Pointing out that many Turkish defense industry companies have really accomplished successful works in unmanned land vehicles, President Prof. Dr. İsmail Demir made the following assessments:

“While some of our products are used in the service of our security forces, efforts are underway to provide some of them with new capabilities. Our unmanned ground vehicles continue to equip their new weapons. Our Kapgan Unmanned Ground Vehicle, which successfully passed the first firing tests with a 12,7 mm heavy machine gun, is also looking forward to going to its brothers working in the field. I congratulate all of our companies that contributed to the project, and I sincerely believe that they will achieve greater success in this field.”

Günceleme: 30/01/2023 14:59

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