Lithuanian Army operating a 2B11
|Place of origin||Soviet Union|
|In service||1981 – present|
|Manufacturer||Motovilikhinskiye Zavody Special Engineering and Metallurgy JSC|
|Weight||210 kg (460 lb)|
|Shell||HE, smoke, illuminating and incendiary|
|Caliber||120 mm (4.7 in)|
|Carriage||2F510 2x1 wheeled transport chassis, GAZ-66 4×4 truck (prime mover)|
|Traverse||±5° (without bipod repositioning)|
|Rate of fire||15 rounds per minute|
|Effective firing range||
Minimum: 0.46 km (0.29 mi)|
Maximum: 7.18 km (4.46 mi)
The 2B11 is a 120 mm mortar developed by the Soviet Union in 1981 and subsequently fielded in the Soviet Army. The basic design for the 2B11 was taken from the classic Model 1943 120 mm mortar, and incorporated changes to make the mortar less heavy. Is a part of the 2S12 Sani.
The 2B11 has proliferated to other countries primarily as result of the collapse of the Soviet Union.
- Egypt[better source needed]
- Estonia - 14 in holding as of 2010
- Ivory Coast
- Kazakhstan - 45 in holding
- Lithuania - 20 in holding as of 2016
- Uzbekistan - 5 in holding
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