Soltam M-66 in Beyt ha-Totchan Museum, Zikhron Ya'akov.
|Place of origin||Israel|
|Used by||See operators|
|Weight||225–341 kg (496–752 lb)|
|Caliber||160 mm (6.29 in)|
|Effective firing range||9,600 m (10,498 yd)|
The M-66 is a 160 mm mortar manufactured by Soltam of Israel. The weapon was based on an earlier 160 mm design, the M-58 mortar by Vammas of Finland. It can fire a 38 kg (84 lb) HE bomb out to a maximum range of 9,600 m and requires a crew of 6-8 to operate.
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