Talk:9M17 Fleyta

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As with the AT-1 Snapper - I can't seem to get a straight set of dates from my sources. Does anyone have a copy of Janes' who can verify the dates the various models entered service? Megapixie 4 July 2005 13:36 (UTC)

Could this article's heading be changed to 9M17 Phalanga and have AT-2 Swatter redirect to it? It is best to avoid using only NATO designations (both politically and practically).

AT-2 needs a disambiguity page - I came looking for the german AT-2 anti-vehicle landmine ([[1]]) and came here instead. I'd do it myself, but I'm a noob and don't wanna mess it up.. MMad (talk) 12:30, 15 February 2008 (UTC)


The page header says "9M17 Fleyta". The first paragraph calls out the "3M11 Fleyta" and also mentions the "AT-2 Swatter" in connection with this. It is not clear that they are all referring to the same weapon. Later on, additional models are referred to as "Skorpions" and "Falangas", with similar confusion as in the first paragraphs about whether these are 3M11s or 9M17s. Also, section headings refer to "AT-2 Swatters", the NATO reporting name, which should be deprecated in favour of the Russian names. An experienced or knowledgable editor (I am neither) should sort this out. NelC (talk) 11:56, 28 April 2016 (UTC)