Norway Tests Record-Range Artillery Shell

Norwegian company Nammo has started developing an artillery shell capable of hitting targets at a range exceeding 140 kilometres.

Nammo, in cooperation with the American company Boeing, is testing this shell.

Nammo’s program manager for shell development said the shell’s motor has undergone 450 different tests.

He added that the main challenge in development is ensuring the shell components can withstand the pressure that appears at the moment of launch.

Russian company Rostec announced that the Russian forces have started using the ultra-precise guided “Krasnopol” shell in the area of special military operations.

This shell features extremely high accuracy and the ability to carry out all assigned combat missions under battle conditions.

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