Streak SRM-2

This article covers the canonical tabletop version of the weapon. For the various apocryphal video game versions, see the video game section at the bottom of the page.

Streak SRM-2 Launcher.jpg
Streak SRM-2
Production information
Type Missile
Tech Base Clan / Inner Sphere (IS)
Year Availability Clan = 2822

IS = 3035

Year Introduced Clan = 2822 CSA

IS = 2647 TH

Year Extinction IS = 2845
Year Reintroduced IS = 3035 FWL
Technology Rating E
Availability Ratings E/F/D
Technical specifications
Heat 2
Damage 2/missile (2)
Minimum Range 0
Short Range Clan = 1-4

IS = 1-3

Medium Range Clan = 5-8

IS = 4-6

Long Range Clan = 9-12

IS = 7-9

Tons Clan = 1

IS = 1.5

Critical Slots 1
Ammo Per Ton 50
Cost (unloaded) 15,000
Ammo Cost (per ton) 54,000
BV (1.0) Clan = 40

IS = 30

BV (2.0) Clan = 40

IS = 30



Description[edit]

Streak Missile Launcher technology was developed and applied to the SRM-2 by the Terran Hegemony in 2647. It ensures that all missile tubes acquire a target lock before its missiles fire. This improvement upon standard Short-Range Missiles conserves ammunition and eliminates unnecessary heat buildup.

The Streak SRM-2 is the lightest and smallest of the Streak missile launchers.

Models[edit]

Streak SRM-2 is manufactured on the following planets:

Brand Planet Company
Coventry T4H Coventry Coventry Metal Works
Defiance Sting Hesperus II Defiance Industries
Federated SuperStreak New Avalon Achernar BattleMechs
Generation Proserpina Guided Technologies
Holly New Avalon Lycomb-Davion IntroTech
Holly Marik Imstar Aerospace
Holly Dunianshire Majesty Metals and Manufacturing
Holly Terra Blankenburg Technologies
Hovertec Menke Menke Armor and Armament
Hovertec Oriente Oriente Weapon Works
Hovertec Skye Cyclops Incorporated
Pattern J2 Irece Barcella Beta
Pinard Reaper Perdition Pinard Protectorates Limited
Valiant Javelin Robinson Valiant Systems
Zone-Tone Terra Matabushi Incorporated

See Also[edit]

The Streak SRM-2 has been used in various video games, each with their own stats for the weapon; below is a list of the games that use it along with a link to each version's stats:

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