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Lokmas PARS STUPOR


Counter-Unmanned Aircraft System (C-UAS) Weapon


Russia | 2022



"The PARS STUPOR Counter-UAS solution has been employed by Russian ground forces in its war with Ukraine."

Performance
Performance specifications presented assume optimal operating conditions for the Lokmas PARS STUPOR. Information presented is strictly for general reference and should not be misconstrued as useful for hardware restoration or operation.
6,560 ft
1,999.5 m | 2,186.7 yds
Max.Eff.Range
Physical
The physical qualities of the Lokmas PARS STUPOR. Information presented is strictly for general reference and should not be misconstrued as useful for hardware restoration or operation.
Trigger-Actuated Function.
Action
Not Applicable.
Caliber(s)
Dependent upon battery charge.
Feed
Over-Receiver Sighting Device Supported.
Sights
Variants
Notable series variants as part of the Lokmas PARS STUPOR Counter-Unmanned Aircraft System (C-UAS) Weapon family line.
STUPOR - Base Series Name.
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The Russo-Ukrainian War of 2022 has seen an expansion of over-battlefield Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) in use at various levels. Types range from run-of-the-mill, off-the-shelf commercial products and similar ISR models to 'kamikaze' style loitering munitions and dedicated direct-combat forms. To counter the active threat being posed by Ukrainian drones to Russian ground forces, elements of the Army are deploying "counter-UAS" systems in turn - to date this includes the "LPD-801", the "REX-2" (both detailed elsewhere on this site), and - more recently - the PARS "STUPOR" C-UAS solution.

According to Russian reports, the STUPOR was first used operationally in early July 2022. Design of the weapon was through the Main Robotics Research and Test Center of the Russian Ministry of Defense. The prototype form was seen at the Army-2017 exposition.

Like other products of this type, the general arrangement of the weapon is "rifle-like" and, as such, it incorporates a pistol-grip / trigger unit slung under the body, a pseudo-shoulder stock outcropping at rear, and an oversized forend which houses the pertinent internals and acts as a forward support with the offhand. A sighting device is seated over the frame for some accuracy at-range. A shoulder strap allows for relatively easy transport of the weapon when "on-the-march". Power is supplied from an onboard battery pack. Recharging can be handled through a conventional outlet or even an automobile battery if needed.

A conventional trigger unit is used to actuate the weapon, which is pointed via Line-of-Sight (LoS) at the airborne target in question. The subsequent action disrupts (or attempts to) the communications / navigation channels being sent-from / delivered to the drone by way of electromagnetic pulses, resulting in the unit losing control and crashing to the ground.

Range of the gun is out to 1.25 miles, making it ideal only against low-flying threats.

As more and more UASs re deployed by various fighting forces across the globe, more and more services will be employing infantry-level / tactical-level counter-UAS solutions in some shape and form.

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August 2017 - The prototype form was unveiled at Army-2017.

September 2017 - The STUPOR C-UAS solution was undergoing Russian Army trials.

Operators
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Contractor(s): Lokmas / PARS - Russia
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