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The AK-630, Russian fully automatic naval close-in weapon system based on a six-barreled 30 mm rotary cannon. In "630", "6" means 6 barrels and "30" means 30 mm. It is mounted in an enclosed automatic turret and directed by radar and television detection and tracking. The system's primary purpose is defense against anti-ship missiles and other precision guided weapons

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Indian Navy F 47 - INS Shivalik, lead ship of it's named class. 12-15 expected to be built. Armament: • OTO Melera 76mm SRGM • 2 x AK-630 30mm guns • 32 x Barak SAM [5] • 9M317 (SA-N-12) SAM, total of 24 missiles • 8 x Klub/Brahmos cruise Missiles [6] • 90R missiles (ASW) • DTA-53-956 torpedoes • Klub ASW Missile • 2x RBU-6000 (RPK-8)

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For self-protection the Indian Frigate INS Trikand has two AK 630 multi barreled guns. Pictured in Istanbul, Turkey October 4 2015.

The Pakistani Navy Azmat’s defensive armament includes a 30-mm., radar-guided AK-630 close-in weapon system for defense against hostile ASCMs.

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PROJECT 2038 This is corvette was chosen by the Russian Navy and will be laid down in the end of 2015 or in the early 2016. Also, the weapons more likely will be changed from Ak-630 to Pantsir-M and "Uran" missiles to "UKSK".

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Indian Navy F 47 - INS Shivalik, lead ship of it's named class. 12-15 expected to be built. Armament: • OTO Melera 76mm SRGM • 2 x AK-630 30mm guns • 32 x Barak SAM [5] • 9M317 (SA-N-12) SAM, total of 24 missiles • 8 x Klub/Brahmos cruise Missiles [6] • 90R missiles (ASW) • DTA-53-956 torpedoes • Klub ASW Missile • 2x RBU-6000 (RPK-8)

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