Armaments Samson Dual Remote Weapon Station


Samson Dual


Samson Dual

Samson Dual Remote Weapon Station

Multi-threat capability in highly mobile situations
The Samson Dual remote weapon station is a robust system that can be mounted on a variety of wheeled ground platforms and tracked armored vehicles. The Samson Dual provides the simultaneous use of a wide range of main and secondary armaments as well as an optional anti-tank missile launcher, giving the Samson Dual significant capabilities for a multimission response. The Mk II is lighter than manned turrets and does not require penetration into the vehicle hull, saving significant interior space. The in-hull reloading system provides reliable protection while enabling the crew to continue combat under armor for maximum lethality and survivability on the open battlefield and in close urban situations.

Maximum lethality and survivability
for crew and vehicle.

Samson Dual Key Characteristics
  • Provides simultaneous use of main and secondary armaments for 4 x 4, 6 x 6, or 8 x 8 wheeled ground platforms and tracked armored vehicles.
  • Incorporates an anti-tank guided missile (ATGM) launcher as a force multiplier.
  • Gimballed, multi-sensor sight pod for high performance day or night.
  • Under-armor ammunition reloading
  • Super elevation and lead angle compensation
  • Supports urban and open country scenarios
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