This screenshot gives you a full view of the weapon
The men in the video seem a bit confused about what dropped this, one claiming a MiG, the other a helicopter, but it's likely they are both right, as what we're seeing here is the remains of two totally different bombs.
The bottom half clearly belongs to a RBK series cluster bomb, used widely in that region, an example of which can be see here. Note the number of tail fins which extend beyond the metal ring at the end of the bomb
The top of the bomb is a less commonly seen weapon an ODAB, which I've written about before here. There's not many examples of the ODAB where the nose cone is with the rest of the bomb, this being one of them, but if you compare the following two pictures of ODAB variants to the nose cone in the Franken-bomb video you get an idea of what they look like
So what are we seeing? Some DIY hybrid dropped by the Syrian Air Force? That seems unlikely, as while this bomb has a nose cone and tail it's missing the all important payload, which makes it only really effective if it lands on top of someone and crushes them to death. What's more likely is the men in the video have mis-identified two pieces from different bombs as belonging to the same weapon, and inadvertently created the Franken-bomb we see above.
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