The ASW missilesystem which the western world calls SS-N-14 Silex is called RPK-3/4 Metel in the Soviet Union/Russia. The orginal system, fitted in Project 1134A (Kresta II) and Project 1134B (Kara) as well as Project 1135 (Krivak). It was solely a ASW missile, similar in concept as the British Ikara. It's guidance radars and launchers varied slightly as the pr.1134A/B used quad launchers KT-106 and the guidance system of the Grom-M (SA-N-3 Goblet SAM) where as pr.1135 used KT-100 launchers and specialised Musson FCR. Later Udaloy class used the KT-106 launchers and the Musson FCR.
The basic Metel was followed by URPK-3/4/5 Rastrub which was an dual role missile with fixed warhead accompanied with smaller torpedo (the Metel only carrier the torpedo). It uses same launchers and same guidance radar's. Most the of the ships originally intended to carry the Metel were later modified to field the Rastrub as well. Udaloy (pr.1155) was fitted to use Rastrub from the start. Externaly these two missiles are identical. Neither of these missiles are based on the P-15 despite beign developted by the same OKB.
Here's my adaption of the missile done while ago.
Well, I found a real photo.
So, I fixed the details.
Very nice work, well done!
The Medvedka seem much different though from that on Pr.1441/1145. Is this a different variant?
My image is based on these photos
As your recomnmend, I found some detail bug. So, this is the improved version.
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