On the other hand, not all of the warheads need to be intercepted. Only those that are on dangerous trajectory, hence the accuracy is extremely important factor when estimating what Iran could do with x pieces of missiles. I would guess that the Israeli Arrow missile stock is relatively limited considering the price of those, low three digit number, but thatīs just my guess. They just cannot afford to have "hundreds" of them. In any case, ballistic missiles are pretty overrated for the real war starts, they are relatively inefficient when comparing to other conventional weapons. Single F15 sortie delievers more bang than one disposable ballistic missile although BMs are much better against certain hardened targets (while have much worse accuracy than aircraft carried weapons). Some people say that the alleged C.E.P. of 250 claimed by Iranīs best missiles is an overstatement, but if it is true, it still means that 50 % of the warheads wonīt hit a circle that is 500 m wide. Against many essential targets it means that you need a lucky shot or multiple missiles to engage it effectively.