I made further web search and seems that Skif fires the same missile of Barrier ATGM, which equips new APCs BTR-3E1 and BTR-4, and the upgraded BMP-1M because Konkurs is Russian-made!
From Jane’s International Defence Review April 2005:
"Both the Bar'Er vehicle-mounted anti-tank missile system and the Skif man-portable system use the new R-2 semi-automatic laser-beam guided missile. It weighs 61 kg, including its 9 kg tracking sight and two missile canisters. Skif, with its single-round remotely controlled tripod launcher, has a system weight of 56 kg, including its 8 kg operator's control station.
The R-2 missile is 1.27 m long and has a diameter of 130 mm. It weighs 16 kg and is packed into a 160 mm-diameter RK-2 canister to create a complete round weighing 26 kg. The missile has cruciform wings and small cruciform tail surfaces. The wings have a curved profile that allows them to the stored folded against the missile body while the round is in its canister.
The tandem-charge warhead is credited with a minimum penetration of 800 mm of rolled homogenous armour (RHA) when the latter is protected by explosive-reactive armour (ERA). Effective range is 100-5,000 m and time of flight to maximum range is 23 seconds."
And from Jane’s Missiles & Rockets June 2007:
"Skif is intended for use against stationary and moving armoured targets, and fixed targets such as small bunkers and weapon stores, or even against helicopters.
The remotely controlled version consists of a tripod; an azimuth and elevation training mechanism; an electro-optical module consisting of a sight and automatic target tracker; a missile housed in a transporting launching container; and a remote-control unit.
The launcher weighs 27 kg, while the combined sight and automatic-tracking device add a further 15 kg, and the remote-control unit and a 50 m connecting cable weigh 12 kg. The remote-control unit allows the operator to be positioned well away from the launcher, which improves survivability. When Skif was first shown in its original form two years ago, the remote-control unit could be located only 5 m from the launcher.
The system uses Luch Design Bureau's R-2 anti-tank missile. Folding wings and control surfaces allow the missile to be mounted in an RK-2 transporting-launching container. RK-2 is 129 cm long and 140 mm in diameter.
Two versions of Skif are being promoted a simpler and cheaper variant without a laser rangefinder or thermal imager and a more expensive system fitted with both."
Here some GOLD INTEL about Ukrainian MIC and Army