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It is possible yes. Truth to be told there was no unification of armor in Soviet tanks and armor package could differ even during the same production year batches.

 

Of course there are more variants, we have T-80U, T-80U (45M), T-80UE, T-80UK, T-80UE-1, T-80UD, then we have T-84 series.

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https://ria.ru/arms/20180730/1525561724.html

 

Well it seems first they say they won't purchase Su-57's because they are "too good", now it seems the same fate faces the "Armata", "Boomerang" and most likely "Kurganets".

 

What is funny however is how their idiotic propaganda try to camouflage a fact that Russian economy is in bad condition and they simply have no money to afford these new vehicles.

 

Let's face it, officialy production and purchases will be postponed, in reality it will be cancellation as production will never restart.

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is the Armata and B.rang and other vechs getting flushed down the crapper?

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Very probable that only small series will be made, for example what was builded till today, and used only for propaganda and parades, and nothing more will be produced.

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1 hour ago, Damian90 said:

Very probable that only small series will be made, for example what was builded till today, and used only for propaganda and parades, and nothing more will be produced.

so  are they relying on updates T72s or is the T90 more prolific?

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From what i have read the T-90/ T-72B3/4 will be the primary tanks of the Russian army

For the foreseeable future. 

I do think the Russian arms industry will try to export some of there newer designs.

So they can maintain low rate production.

they mite even sell /licence some designs to china as a way of generating revenue

They have done so in the past.  

 

 

The videos is a couple of years old but it gives a insight in to Russia's deployment strategies

 

 

 

 

Edited by Marko

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http://gurkhan.blogspot.com/2018/08/15-564.html

 

So it seems that Russians more and more talk about "Armata", "Kurganets" and "Boomerang" ceased production, this time, heavy IFV T-15 based on "Armata" chassis, will be replaced by... T-72B based BMO-T APC that will be upgraded.

 

Also on Gur Khan blog we can read, that there are informations leaking about some unspecified problems with "Armata" and other new vehicles detected during tests.

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On 8/11/2018 at 11:12 AM, Damian90 said:

http://gurkhan.blogspot.com/2018/08/15-564.html

 

So it seems that Russians more and more talk about "Armata", "Kurganets" and "Boomerang" ceased production, this time, heavy IFV T-15 based on "Armata" chassis, will be replaced by... T-72B based BMO-T APC that will be upgraded.

 

Also on Gur Khan blog we can read, that there are informations leaking about some unspecified problems with "Armata" and other new vehicles detected during tests.

Watched this video a couple of days ago.

It states the Indian army has purchased T-14/15 platforms for evaluation.

 

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