BUMBAR at display
|Place of origin||Serbia|
|Used by||Serbia, Iraq|
|Number built|| Serbia: 100+ (300 on order)|
|Weight|| Missile: 10kg|
Launch tube: 2kg
Firing post: 4kg
|Length||0.9 m (35 in)|
|Diameter||136 mm (5.4 in)|
|Warhead||tandem, shaped charge|
(1000 m under development)
|Speed||18m/s at launch - 245m/s at maximum|
Bumbar (English: Bumble Bee) is an anti-armor (tank) weapon from Serbia. It was developed based on the French/Canadian ERYX missile. Like the ERYX, the Bumbar is a wire guided, man-portable, short-ranged missile system for use against ground targets. It is protected against electronic countermeasures through: "...use of SSD matrix sensors, fast image processing computer and robust missile tracer recognition algorithm."
- Time of flight to target at 600 m: 4.6 s
- Warhead penetration: over 1000mm
- RHA penetration: 800mm
- Range: 600 to 1000m
- Weapon length in traveling position: 1164mm
- Low disclosing signature at firing position
- Capable of firing in closed spaces
- Night firing capability
- Mass of missile in transporting/launching tube: 14 kg
- Secondary warhead caliber: 55mm
- LC axis superelevation angle: 10|O
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- Aleksandar, Kis. "Bumbar (Bumble Bee)". FAS Military Analysis Network. Retrieved 2008-12-20.
- "BUMBAR (Bumble Bee) short-range anti-tank missile (Serbia), Anti-tank weapons". Jane's Information Group. 2008-12-29. Retrieved 2009-10-04.