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Nurol Ejder


Multirole Armored Combat Vehicle (ACV)


Introduced in 2008, the Nurol Eljer armored fighting vehicle continues recent Turkish tradition of indigenous military weapons development and production.
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Specifications


Year: 2008
Manufacturer(s): Nurol Makina - Turkey
Production: 225
Crew: 2
Length: 23.13 ft (7.05 m)
Width: 8.86 ft (2.7 m)
Height: 7.87 ft (2.4 m)
Weight: 20 tons (18,000 kg; 39,683 lb)
Power: 1 x Cummins turbocharged diesel 6-cylinder diesel engine developing between 300 and 400 horsepower.
Speed: 68 mph (110 kph)
Ceiling: 373 miles (600 km)
Operators: Georgia; Tunisia; Turkey






Armament



1 x 25mm automatic cannon
1 x 40mm Automatic Grenade Launcher (AGL)
1 x 7.62mm OR 12.7mm machine gun

Ammunition:
Not Available.

Variants / Models



• Ejder - Base Series Name; 6x6 variant
• Yalcin - 4x4 wheeled variant
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