AT-4 Spigot

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Not to be confused with the M136 AT4

AT-4 Spigot is the NATO reporting name of the Russian SACLOS wire-guided anti-tank missile system 9K111 Fagot (Russian: Фагот, "bassoon").

The AT-4 Spigot can be seen in the following films and video games used by the following actors:

AT-4 Spigot (9K111 Fagot) - 120mm

Contents

Film

Film Title Actor Character Note Date
Nightingale the Robber (Solovey-Razboynik) Oksana Fandera Izabella Yur'evna Expended tube with no launcher, incorrectly shown as shoulder-fired weapon 2012

Video Games

Game Title Appears as Mods Notation Release Date
Operation Flashpoint Incorrectly shown as shoulder-fired 2001
Wargame: Red Dragon Tripod and vehicle-mounted 2014


How to tell the AT-4 Spigot from the AT-5 Spandrel

Since the two systems use an identical launcher (except the baseline 9P135, which cannot fire the AT-5), the only useful way to tell the two apart when ground mounted is by differences in the launch tube.

AT-4 Spigot (left) and AT-5 Spandrel (right, mounted) launch tubes. Note the AT-5's rear section is flared like the back end of a recoilless rifle while the AT-4's is not, and that the end covers of the AT-5 are black rather than the same colour as the tube. The AT-4 tube also has distinct bulges along its length while the AT-5 is of fairly uniform thickness, and has a smooth surface texture rather than the rough look of the AT-5.

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