A few more fixes for Swedish stuff today:
First, the "RB 15M" Mk1, Mk2, and Mk3 weapons should more accurately be called "RBS15" Mk1, Mk2, and Mk3, respectively. Source is SAAB's website.
Second, the RBS15 Mk3 has a 4.35 m length, 660 kg weight, ~200 kg warhead, J-band, and Mach 0.9 speed. Source is SAAB's website.
Third, the Swedish Armed Forces website says the Visby uses the RBS15 Mk2 and NOT Mk3, though it has not been updated since 2013. However, the IDG article confirms it is NOT in use unless it entered use after 2014.
Regarding range, I believe the ranges to be 40 M, 60 M, and 135 M, respectively. A Swedish Armed Forces website says the minimum range is 40 M, a (in my opinion trustworthy) Swedish military blog says the Mk3 range is 135 M, and if we assume an image on SAAB's website that compares the range of the Mk1, Mk2, Mk3 (and Mk4, coming around 2025) is to scale, it would suggest the ranges are 40 M, 60 M, and 135 M, which accurately corroborates the other information.
A Defense Industry Daily article apparently further corroborates this by estimating ranges of 60 M and 135 M for the Mk2 and Mk3, respectively.
Oh, and the Visby's height of 19.3 meters is not in the database yet (Source: SAF)?
EDIT 30/5: I have an official source for the 135 M range and trustworthy sources for the 40 M range and the Visby not using the Mk3 as of 2017. Links pending...
< Message edited by Aaabcwea -- 5/30/2020 4:32:06 PM >