Malyutka 9M14 ATGM

The 9M14 Malyutka (Russian: Малютка; “Little one”, NATO reporting name: AT-3 Sagger) is a manual command to line of sight (MCLOS) wire-guided anti-tank guided missile (ATGM) system developed in the Soviet Union. It was the first man-portable anti-tank guided missile of the Soviet Union and is probably the most widely produced ATGM of all time—with Soviet production peaking at 25,000 missiles a year during the 1960s and 1970s. In addition, copies of the missile have been manufactured under various names by at least five countries.
Since supplemented by more advanced anti-tank guided missiles, the Sagger and its variants have seen widespread use in nearly every regional conflict since the 1960s.

Rocket Kit

The standard kit is a 3″/76mm diameter body with a 29mm motor mount tube.
If you want the kit at a different scale or with a different size motor mount please get in touch.
It flies brilliantly on a Cesaroni F56-WT motor with a 3s ejection delay.

Included in the kit are:

  • Assembly Instructions
  • 3D printed ABS nose-cone
  • Cardboard nose-cone shoulder/coupler
  • 3mm ply nose-cone bulkplate
  • Cardboard body tube (3″ diameter)
  • 29mm motor mount tube
  • 3x 3mm ply centering rings
  • 4x 3mm ply fins
  • 3x 3D printed ABS decorative thrusters (rail guide takes the place of the 4th)
  • 2x 3D printed ABS Rail guides (for 6mm rail)
  • 3D printed ABS tail piece
  • 3D printed ABS screw-on motor retainer
  • Stencils

Not included in the kit are:

  • Recovery hardware – although we provide recommendations for shock cord length and parachute dimensions
  • Motors
  • Launch hardware
  • Glue
  • Paint

Source Reference Material

Our Malyutka kit was designed from the below reference material. We’ve reproduced the details as accurately as possible whilst maintaining a stable and lightweight model rocket airframe. You may wish to use the below for alternative paint schemes

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