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Defense Intelligence Reference Document

Projectile and Warhead Identification Guide—Foreign
Information Cutoff Date: January 1997 This document is published under the auspices of the Department of Defense Intelligence Production Program (DoDIPP). It is produced by the National Ground Intelligence Center (NGIC) as the designated DoDIPP producer for this subject. Prepared by: Jeffery H. Morgan and Joyce Pittman Close Combat Division Systems Directorate National Ground Intelligence Center U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command This publication supersedes Projectile and Warhead Identification Guide—Foreign, DST-1160Z-029-94, March 1994, which should be destroyed. This responds to ARDEC’s production requirement C513-96-0004. DoDIPP Record Identification # RB97-5710.

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Projectile and Warhead Identification Guide—Foreign
Summary
This guide is organized into two sections to assist in the positive identification of foreign projectiles and fragments. The technical data contained herein, when coupled with the identification methodology, offer a valuable tool for field use and research and development. Section 1, Identification of Projectiles and Projectile Fragments, covers the tools and methodology of fragment identification. Marking systems are explained and analyzed, various rotating bands and seats are described, and several illustrations of typical fragments are depicted. Measuring tools to assist in identification also are described. Section 2, Projectile Data and Drawings, consists primarily of munitions illustrations (figures 8 through 387). The projectile drawings are based on actual exploitation of hardware and provide critical dimensions. Where drawings were not available, munitions are represented by pictures. Illustrations are complemented with technical data, such as model designation, type, weight, fuzing, bursting charge, and using weapon. The scale drawings are extracted from arsenal examination and testing of acquired projectiles and are reliable. Virtually none of the dimensional data in the drawings is derived from other sources. Data on the pictured pages are derived from other sources. All weights are nominal and vary slightly from projectile to projectile. Markings (e.g., model designations, explosive filler compositions, and production data) were obtained from hardware exploitation, whenever possible, or from pictures of the actual munitions. There are information gaps in this guide. In the case of older hardware, minor gaps exist on projectiles that were either lost through destructive testing or were not examined thoroughly enough for the purposes of this product and are no longer available for examination.

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Major information gaps primarily refer to the newer projectiles. Most of these are threatcountry items and cannot be listed herein for security reasons; however, they can be found in DIA products DST-1160Z-126-92, Ammunition Data and Terminal Effects Guides— ECC and DST-1160Z-126-92, Ammunition Data and Terminal Effects Guides—FW, and DST-1120S-309-92, Kinetic-Energy Penetrators Launched From Armored Fighting Vehicles-Foreign.

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Projectile and Warhead Identification Guide—Foreign
Foreword
This guide presents data on current foreign antipersonnel and antitank rockets, grenades, and mortar and artillery projectiles and warheads. This guide aids in the identification of foreign projectiles and projectile fragments. Most projectiles covered in this guide are in the high-explosive category, ranging from 37 to 240 mm. Recovered live and dud projectiles, including components, may vary slightly in weights and dimensions from those reported herein primarily because of variances in manufacture and quality control. The usual manufacturing practice is to mark those projectiles using explosive or chemical fillers that are above or below the nominal weight zone. Russia and some other countries do this by using + or - symbols. These are explained in the section of this guide entitled, The Identification of Projectiles and Projectile Fragments. Russian high-explosive projectiles covered in this guide include those designated by the Russians for specific roles (i.e., fragmentation, fragmentation-high explosive, fragmentation-tracer, and high explosive). These projectiles are basically high-explosive types but possess varying fragmentation effects. This guide is recommended for use by field commanders, technical intelligence analysts, field collectors, ammunition research and development technicians, and explosiveordnance disposal personnel. Data contained herein have been collected and compiled from many sources, including intelligence reports and foreign documents but primarily stem from the results of arsenal examination of foreign hardware. The drawings were prepared by NGIC and the U.S. Army Munitions Command in Dover, NJ. As this guide is intended primarily for field use, it has been produced at the unclassified level. In some cases, information was not available at the unclassified level to produce a drawing, and a picture was used instead, when available. A classified supplement to this document will be produced and disseminated on an as needed basis. The terms Russian, Russia, and former Soviet Union are used to reflect the dissolution of the Soviet Union. The bulk of the munitions in stock were produced before the breakup, and a high percentage of production facilities are in Russian territory. The term Czechoslovakia is still used because that breakup is relatively recent, and it is too early to determine what items will be produced where in Slovakia and the Czech Republic. Requests for information on foreign projectiles not listed in this guide may be forwarded to the Commander, National Ground Intelligence Center. Shipments of classified or

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unclassified items to be examined or identified should be forwarded to the Commander, National Ground Intelligence Center, Foreign Systems Division, ATTN: IANGIC-IF, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland 21001-5001. Constructive criticisms, comments, or suggested changes are encouraged and should be forwarded to the Commander, National Ground Intelligence Center, ATTN: IANG-SCC, 220 Seventh Street, NE., Charlottesville, VA 22902-5396.

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IDENTIFICATION OF PROJECTILES AND PROJECTILE FRAGMENTS
Rotating Bands and Band Seats
The number, type, and dimensions of rotating bands and the pattern and dimension of the keying design on either the band seat or the inner surface of the rotating band give important evidence about the caliber and type of projectile. The key design also generally is indicative of the country of origin.

General Basis of Fragment Analysis
Introduction
The caliber of a projectile, and the model of weapon from which it was fired can be determined in the majority of cases by visual and dimensional analysis of recovered duds or fragments. The accuracy of such an identification, however, is largely dependent on the investigator’s technical experience and the source of production (i.e., whether the item was produced in a country using standard manufacturing procedures). The internal and external dimensions of projectiles and such basic elements as rotating bands and the band seats vary sufficiently among calibers and types to form the basis for an accurate method of identification. The probability of error in this method of identification is negligible. Well-made artillery projectiles of major foreign countries that are within the same caliber and type group are almost invariably uniform in their dimensions. These criteria are not observed in projectiles manufactured by some of the less-developed foreign countries (e.g., projectiles manufactured by China in the early 1950s).

Engraving of Band by Gun Tube Rifling
The width of the imprint of the land plus that of the groove engraved in the rotating band by the gun tube rifling are good indications of projectile caliber. This width (land plus groove) is termed “r” in the following formula for determining the caliber of a projectile where C = caliber of projectile, N = number of lands or rN grooves, and π = 3.1416: C = ------ . π For example, a recovered projectile has 32 grooves; each groove measures 4.418 mm, and each land measures 4.418 mm. The “r” factor, therefore, is equal to 8.836 mm. Thus: C = 8.836x32 = 90 mm . ---------------------π

Markings and Components
On the body of the projectile or on projectile fragments, bits of paint, stenciling, and stampings, provide an indication of identity. In addition, design dimensions of openings, threadings, fuze adapters, and base plugs also provide identification information; these clues are important to the trained investigator.

Fragment Analyses
Undeformed or slightly deformed fragments from loworder bursts are valuable in determining the projectile caliber. High-order detonation tends to distort and stretch fragments; therefore, thick-base sections, particularly those including rotating bands, are most informative and permit the speediest identification. With experience, caliber can be determined accurately from small fragments or high-order bursts.

Fuzes
Fuzes and fuze fragments must be considered with caution, since the same fuze can be used with projectiles of several different calibers. For example, the Russian

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RGM series of fuzes is used with 100-, 122-, and 152-mm, high-explosive (HE) projectiles. Fuzes can be made of different materials (aluminum, copper, brass, plastics, iron, steel, etc.) and may be identified by differences in shapes, details, openings, and stampings.

In general, projectiles manufactured by countries other than former or present communist nations are marked with the same type of information listed in table 1. Most of these countries use abbreviations such as HEAT for high-explosive antitank and HE for high explosive, to indicate projectile type. Most of these countries use symbols such as TNT, RDX, and Comp B to identify the explosive filler of a projectile; Russia and most other former or present Eurasian Communist countries use similar symbols. Russian symbols and their meanings are indicated in table 2. Some foreign countries employ a system for identifying projectiles by color markings, especially on ammunition manufactured during nonwar periods. Bands, portions of ogive, or entire projectiles are painted. This system can be relied on only to a limited degree because of the wide divergence and various methods used among countries and among different categories of ammunition within a country. Frequently, the same color is found on both HE and armor-piercing projectiles. Current data on the color-marking systems to identify foreign projectiles of foreign countries are not available. Russian projectile weight classifications are listed in table 3.

Craters
The size of craters where fragments are recovered is an indicator of the projectile caliber. Crater size alone, however, is an unreliable indication, because it depends on too many variable factors. For example, a 76-mm HE projectile fuzed for short delay will produce a larger and deeper crater in loose earth than an 85-mm HE projectile fuzed for instantaneous action. Crater size also varies with the type of soil encountered, even though identical projectiles and fuze settings are used.

Marking Systems
Each country has a system of marking projectiles for identification. Some systems are uniform; others are not. Projectiles designed, developed, and manufactured by the major foreign countries, with the exceptions of China, North Korea, and Vietnam, are well marked for identification. These latter countries often use coding that hinders identification of the country of origin. Symbols representing the models, calibers, and weight zones of the projectiles of the former Soviet Union and other Eurasian countries were usually stenciled on the projectiles in black paint between the bourrelet and the rotating band. Above the leading bourrelet is the identification number of the factory, lot number, and year of manufacture, also stenciled in black paint. The Russians use a short model designation consisting of Cyrillic letters (prefixes and suffixes) and numbers that identify the projectile type, the series of using weapons, and changes or modifications to the basic projectile. For instance, “A” followed by “412” indicates that the projectile type is propaganda and that the projectile can be used in all 100-mm weapons bearing the 412 series number. A “B” following 412 means the second model of that series. An explanation of some of the letters included in Russian model designations for ammunition are found in table 1.

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Table 1 Russian Model Designation for Ammunition

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Table 2 Russian Symbols and Meanings

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Table 3 Russian Projectile Weight Classifications

effectiveness against personnel and materiel. These designs fall into two broad categories: uncontrolled and controlled fragments. Uncontrolled fragments are produced when the warhead casing or wall is ruptured by detonation of the HE filler. Segments of the casing are propelled outward at high velocity and may vary in size and shape because no attempt was made to control the size and shape. The well-known forged-steel, gray cast iron, high-fragmentation steel, modular iron, and pearlitic malleable iron (PMI) projectiles are being improved metallurgically to increase their fragmentation effectiveness (smaller and more uniform fragments). A normal, gray cast iron, 82-mm, mortar projectile will produce more than 5000 fragments, of which approximately 3600 are very small (less than 0.39 gram). These fragments are formed by detonation of the explosive filler into a variety of shapes; few, if any, are identical (see figures 1 through 4).

Fragment Types, Illustrations, and Testing
General
Foreign countries currently are using a variety of projectile designs to achieve increased fragmentation

Figure 1. Typical Projectile Fragments

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Figure 2. Russian 37-mm Fragments From Model OR-167 Frag-T Projectile

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Figure 3. Russian 73-mm Fragments From Model PG-9 HEAT-FS Projectile

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Figure 4. Russian 115-mm Fragments From Model OF-18 Frag-HE Projectile

Controlled fragments, conversely, are produced when the warhead casing has been designed specifically to break into a predetermined fragment size and shape. The fragment takes its final shape during detonation of the explosive charge. For this reason, the controlled fragment is often referred to as a fire-formed fragment. Some design methods employed include multiple wall casings, ringed casings, helically wrapped wire (notched or unnotched), scored casings, and fluted liners. Preformed fragments are a variation of the controlledfragment technique. They are precut and formed into

their final shapes before detonation of the explosive charge. The fragments are mechanically held in place around the charge. Typical shapes are cubes, rods, spheres, and flechettes. Use of preformed fragments dates back to the Civil War, when pieces of metal were embedded in the explosive fillers of cannonballs. Preformed fragments can be held in place by cementing or embedding in a plastic or frangible substance (see figure 5).

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Figure 5. Preformed Fragments

A newer variant of fragment control the shear-control method was conceived and developed by the Naval Weapons Center. The name is derived from the ability to control both the initiation locations of shear fractures in the warhead casing and the orientation of the planes along which the fractures propagate. This method uses the families of mechanical stress raisers in the form of a grid system, which is machined or formed into the inner surface of the warhead case. The elements of the grid system control the initiation of shear fractures at

the root of each grid element. The shear fractures then propagate along fracture paths established by the stress field existing in the warhead case during the initial phase of case expansion. The control grid is designed to match the geometry of this stress field and use the principal strains in the metal to activate only specific families of fracture paths and thus produce fragments of a desired size and shape. This method can be used with cylindrical, spherical, and ogival warheads (see figures 6 and 7).

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Figure 6. Examples of Typical Russian HE Projectiles

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Figure 7. Measuring Instruments for Projectile Identification

Typical Projectile Fragments and Arena
Testing
Figures 1 through 5 show various types and sizes of fragments produced during testing at the Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, to determine fragment mass, velocity, spray density, and drag factor. These data are used to calculate lethal areas against troops and equipment in a tactical environment. The arena test setup included cellotex panels and instrumentation for checking, gathering, and recording the foregoing data. The fragments were collected from the panels and sorted by size and weight. All data, then,

were reduced to assess lethality. Similar results also can be obtained, theoretically by computer programs using raw data on the projectile design and physical characteristics.

Ready-Reference Projectile Identification System
Basis for Identification
Fragments that contain a part of the rotating band seat provide noteworthy information on the caliber of a

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projectile and the country of origin. Caliber determination is discussed later in this section.
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Tools and Instruments Required
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Metric Tape Measure or Rule. Should be the flexible steel type to measure curved and straight surfaces. Metric Micrometer Set. At least 1 through 150 mm. Dividers, Drawing. At least two sizes of ranges. Compass, Drawing. At least two sizes of ranges. Template. Can be fabricated locally from sheet steel or aluminum stock. The template is issued for quick-field identification of projectile radii. Such

identification is less accurate than diameter measurements. Screw Pitch Gage. Used to measure all threaded and serrated surfaces. Other Miscellaneous Tools and Instruments. Protractors, calipers, and magnifying glasses.

Description of Projectile Drawing Arrangement
General
Projectile drawings, covered in the next section, are arranged by caliber and type. Table 4 contains abbreviations denoting projectile and fuzing types used in these drawings.

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Table 4 Projectile and Fuzing Types Abbreviations Abbreviation Projectile Type
AP APC APC-T APDS APERS APFSDS-T AP-T API API-T cstr CP Frag Frag-T Frag-HE HE HEAT HEAT-FS armor-piercing armor-piercing capped armor-piercing capped tracer armor-piercing discarding sabot antipersonnel armor-piercing, fin-stabilized, discarding sabot armor-piercing tracer armor-piercing incendiary armor-piercing incendiary tracer canister concrete piercing fragmentation fragmentation-tracer fragmentation-high explosive high explosive high-explosive antitank (shaped-charge) high-explosive antitank fin stabilized

Type of Projectile

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Table 4 Projectile and Fuzing Types Abbreviations (Continued)
HE gas HEI HEI-T HEP HESH HVAP HVAP-T HV-TP illum prop RAP SAP SAP-HE SHRAP TM TP WP high-explosive gas high-explosive incendiary high-explosive incendiary tracer high-explosive plastic high-explosive squash head hypervelocity armor-piercing hypervelocity, armor-piercing tracer hypervelocity target practice illuminating propaganda rocket-assisted projectile semiarmor piercing semiarmor-piercing high explosive shrapnel target-marking target-practice white phosphorous

Fuze Types
BD MT MTSQ PD PDSD PIBD SQ T VT base-detonating mechanical time mechanical time superquick point-detonating point-detonating self-destruct point-initiating base-detonating superquick time variable time (proximity)

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Determination of Caliber by Analysis of Rotating Band Seat Fragments
General
Experience has shown that the most readily identified type of fragment includes a portion of the rotating band seat. Frequently, a fragment of this type can be identified by direct comparison with the detailed drawings in the next section. The keying design of the rotating band seat also will be impressed on the inner surface of the rotating bands; however, consideration must be given to the likelihood of distortion of rotating bands that are made of soft metal. Also, projectiles of different calibers often have the same type of keying design on the band seat, although the dimensions of the design and the seat will vary in the different calibers. Additionally, some band seats are undercut, and the soft-metal rotating band fits into the seat to form a dovetail joint. Thus, the width of such a band seat is greater at the base (toward the interior of the projectile body) than at the surface of the projectile body. Finally, there are many projectiles that have no keying. Rotating bands for these projectiles are simply bonded or pressed onto the seat.

The arrangement of the indentation varies from single rows under small-caliber projectile bands to double rows under medium- and large-caliber bands. Russian projectiles with one wide and one narrow rotating band have been examined; the seat of the wide-banded projectile has a double row of indentations.

Rotating Band Seats on High-Velocity Projectiles
Observe closely the design of band seats on Russian 57-, 85-, and 100-mm projectile drawings shown in the next section. These projectiles are used in modern high-velocity antitank, tank, and self-propelled guns, and rotating bands are seated in a manner that enables them to withstand high initial velocities without being stripped from the projectile.

Country of Origin
The rotating-band seat and the method of keying the rotating band to the seat frequently indicate the country of origin and the weapon firing the projectile. But this should not be interpreted to mean that only the countrydesignated uses that particular band seat and keying method. The same types are often used by more than one country, particularly among the Soviet Bloc countries.

Russian Rotating Band Seats
An examination of Russian artillery projectiles indicates that the vertically indented band seat predominates. This is a simple, reliable, and relatively easy method of seating rotating bands. The number of rotating bands may vary from one or two for light- and medium-caliber projectiles to triple and quadruple bands for heavy-caliber projectiles. The number of vertical indentations per centimeter may vary from 4 to 11.

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PROJECTILE DATA AND DRAWINGS

Projectile Drawings
The drawings in this section show enlarged cutaway views of rotating band seats and side, sectional, and base views of the projectiles. Appropriate critical dimensions are given when possible, with the exception of rotating band seats which are measured in indentations per centimeter. All dimensions are shown in millimeters. Most of the drawings were prepared only after careful examination of the actual projectile. Pictures were used when drawings were not available. Data appearing on the drawings are sufficiently accurate to permit identification of projectiles from their fragments, provided the recommended procedure for analyzing fragments is closely followed.

Projectile Data
With each projectile illustration, additional information is given on the projectile, and the weapon or weapons in which it is known to be used are identified. Weapons are identified only when there is evidence that they fire the illustrated projectile, and the actual model designation of the projectile is shown if available.

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Projectile fuzed mass: 0.8462 kg Fuze: N/A Filler: N/A
Figure 8. Russian 30-mm AP-T Projectile Model BT

Using weapon(s): 2A42, 2A72 Remarks: None

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Projectile fuzed mass: 0.8462 kg Fuze: Unknown Filler: Unknown
Figure 9. Russian 30-mm APHEI Projectile Model BR-30

Using weapon(s): 2A42, 2A72, 2A38 Remarks: 30x165-mm cannons

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Projectile fuzed mass: 0.8310 kg Fuze: Type A670-M, PDSD Filler: RDX/Al 0.0115 kg
Figure 10. Russian 30-mm Frag-T Projectile Model OT

Using weapons(s): 2A42, 2A72, 2A38 Remarks: 30x165-mm cannons

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Projectile fuzed mass: 0.8443 kg Fuze: A630-M, PDSD Filler: RDX/Al 0.0485 kg
Figure 11. Russian 30-mm Frag-HEI Cartridge Model OFZ

Using weapons(s): 2A42, 2A72, 2A38 Remarks: 30x165-mm cannons

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Projectile fuzed mass: 0 kg Fuze: Unknown Filler: Unknown
Figure 12. Russian 30-mm HEI Projectile Model OFZ

Using weapon(s): 2A42, 2A72, 2A38 Remarks: None

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NEG.502814

Projectile fuzed mass: 0.77 kg Fuze: None Filler: None
Figure 13. Russian 37-mm AP-T Projectile Model BR-167

Using weapons(s): AA gun M1939 and SP AA gun SU-37 Remarks: A variation exists with two breakoff grooves and a boat-tail

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NEG. 502815

ALL DIMENSIONS IN MILLIMETERS

Projectile fuzed mass: 0.74 kg Fuze: A-37U PDSD Filler: RDX/Al 0.04 kg
Figure 14. Russian 37-mm HEI-T Projectile Model OZT

Using weapon(s): Aircraft cannon model N Remarks: None

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NEG. 502812

ALL DIMENSIONS IN MILLIMETERS

11 INDENTATIONS PER CM

Projectile fuzed mass: 0.73 kg Fuze: MG-8 PDSD Filler: RDX/Al 0.04 kg
Figure 15. Russian 37-mm Frag-T Projectile Model OR-167

Using weapon(s): AA gun M1939 and SP AA gun SU-37 Remarks: Also uses MG-37 PDSD fuze

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NEG. 502813

Projectile fuzed mass: 0.71 kg Fuze: B-37 PD Filler: RDX/Al 0.04 kg
Figure 16. Russian 37-mm Frag-T Projectile Model OR-167N

Using weapon(s): AA gun M1939 and SP AA gun SU-37 Remarks: Fuze is same as MG-37 except for function of rotor lock pin

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NEG. 502816

Projectile fuzed mass: 0.76 kg Fuze: None Filler: None
Figure 17. Russian 37-mm AP-T Projectile Model BZT

Using weapon(s): Aircraft cannon Model N Remarks: None

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NEG. 502827

Projectile fuzed mass: 3.14 kg Fuze: MD-5 BD Filler: RDX/Al 0.04 kg
Figure 18. Russian 57-mm AP-T Projectile Model BR-271

Using weapon(s): AT gun ZIS-2, APAT gun Ch-26, and ASU-57 guns Ch-51 and Ch-51M Remarks: Red color band on projectile body

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NEG. 502828

Projectile fuzed mass: 3.19 kg Fuze: MD-7 BD F Filler: RDX/Al 0.02 kg
Figure 19. Russian 57-mm AP-T Projectile Model BR-271K

Using weapon(s): AT gun ZIS-2, APAT gun Ch-56, and ASU-57 guns Ch-51 and Ch-51M Remarks: Also uses MD-10 fuze

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NEG. 502829

Projectile fuzed mass: 3.14 kg Fuze: None Filler: None
Figure 20. Russian 57-mm AP-T Projectile Model BR-271SP

Using weapon(s): AT gun ZIS-2, APAT gun Ch-26, and ASU-57 guns Ch-51 and Ch-51M Remarks: None

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NEG. 502830

Projectile mass: 1.76 kg Penetrator: Tungsten carbide, 0.51 kg
Figure 21. Russian 57-mm HVAP-T Projectile Model BR-271P

Using weapon(s): AT gun ZIS-2, APAT gun Ch-26 and ASU-57 guns Ch-51 and Ch-51M

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NEG. 502832

Projectile fuzed mass: 2.82 kg Fuze: MD-10 BD Filler: RDX/Al 0.02 kg
Figure 22. Russian 57-mm APC-T Projectile Model BR-281

Using weapon(s): AA gun S-60 and SP AA gun ZSU-57-2 Remarks: None

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NEG. 502833

Projectile fuzed mass: 2.82 kg Fuze: MD-10 BD Filler: RDX/Al 0.02 kg
Figure 23. Russian 57-mm APC-T Projectile Model BR-281U

Using weapon(s): AA gun S-60 and SP AA gun ZSU-57-2 Remarks: Metallurgical composition differs from BR-281 projectile

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NEG. 502824

Projectile fuzed mass: 3.68 kg Fuze: KTM-1 PD Filler: TNT 0.22 kg
Figure 24. Russian 57-mm Frag Projectile Model 0-271

Using weapon(s): AT gun M1943 ZIS-2, APAT gun Ch-26, and ASU-57 guns Ch-51 and Ch-51M Remarks: Also uses KT-1 PD fuze

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NEG. 502825

Projectile fuzed mass: 3.75 kg Fuze: KTM-1 PD Filler: TNT 0.22 kg
Figure 25. Russian 57-mm Frag Projectile Model 0-271U

Using weapon(s): AT gun M1943 ZIS-2, APAT gun Ch-26, and ASU-57 guns Ch-51 and Ch-51M Remarks: None

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NEG. 502826

Projectile fuzed mass: 3.75 kg Fuze: KTM-1-U PD Filler: TNT 0.22 kg
Figure 26. Russian 57-mm Frag Projectile Model 0-271U (Variant)

Using weapon(s): AT gun M1943 ZIS-2, APAT gun Ch-26, and ASU-57 guns Ch-51 and Ch-51M Remarks: None

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NEG. 502831

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Projectile fuzed mass: 2.81 kg Fuze: MG-57 and MGZ-57 PDSD Filler: RDX/Al 0.17 kg
Figure 27. Russian 57-mm Frag-T Projectile Model OR-281

Using weapon(s): AA gun S-60 and SP AA gun ZSU-57-2 Remarks: Two rows of vertical indentations on rotating band seat not shown

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NEG. 502834

8 INDENTATIONS PER CM ALL DIMENSIONS IN MILLIMETERS

Projectile fuzed mass: 2.85 kg Fuze: MG-57 PDSD Filler: RDX/Al 0.15 kg
Figure 28. Russian 57-mm Frag-T Projectile Model OR-281U

Using weapon(s): AA gun S-60 and SP AA gun ZSU-57-2 Remarks: Also uses MGZ-57 fuze

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NEG. 535465

Projectile fuzed mass: 1.67 kg Fuze: VP-9 PIBD Filler: HMX 0.28 kg
Figure 29. Russian 58.3-mm HEAT-FS Projectile Model PG-16

Using weapon(s): RPG-16 AT grenade launcher Remarks: Fuze is piezo-electric

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NEG. 533324

Projectile fuzed mass: 1.40 kg Fuze: VP-18 PIBD Filler: HMX 0.30 kg
Figure 30. Russian 64-mm HEAT-FS Projectile Model PG-18

Using weapon(s): RPG-18 single shot disposable rocket launchers Remarks: Mass does not include launch tube

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Fuze: PIBD Filler: HMX
Figure 31. Russian 72-mm HEAT Projectile Model RPG-26

Using weapon(s): RPG-26 antitank rocket launcher Remarks: LAW-type weapon

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NEG. 520352

Projectile fuzed mass: 2.53 kg Fuze: VP-9 PIBD Filler: RDX 0.32 kg
Figure 32. Russian 73-mm HEAT-FS Projectile Model PG-9

Using weapon(s): BMP and BMD AAICV and SPG-9 recoilless gun Remarks: SPG-9 and BMP/BMD use different cartridge cases

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NEG. 533087

Projectile fuzed mass: 2.59 kg Fuze: VP-9 PIBD Filler: HMX 0.33 kg
Figure 33. Russian 73-mm HEAT-FS Projectile Model PG-9S

Using weapon(s): BMP and BMD AAICV and SPG-9 recoilless gun Remarks: See figure 25 remarks

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NEG. 000072

Projectile fuzed mass: 3.66 kg Fuze: GO-2 PD Filler: TNT 0.7 kg
Figure 34. Russian 73-mm HE Projectile Model OG-9

Using weapon(s): BMP and BMD AAICV and SPG-9 recoilless gun Remarks: See figure 25 remarks

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NEG. 000073

Projectile fuzed mass: 3.3 kg Fuze: GO-2 PD Filler: 50/50 TNT/Dinitronapthalene 0.7 kg
Figure 35. Russian 73-mm HE Projectile Model OG-9M

Using weapon(s): BMP and BMD AAICV, SPG-9 recoilless gun Remarks: See figure 25 remarks

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NEG. 502845

Projectile fuzed mass: 6.51 kg Fuze: MD-5 BD Filler: TNT 0.15 kg
Figure 36. Russian 76-mm AP-T Projectile Model BR-350

Using weapon(s): Field gun ZIS-3 and tank gun D-56T Remarks: None

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NEG. 502846

Projectile fuzed mass: 6.31 kg Fuze: MD-5 BD Filler: TNT 0.15 kg
Figure 37. Russian 76-mm AP-T Projectile Model BR-350A

Using weapon(s): Field gun ZIS-3 and tank gun D-56T Remarks: Also uses MD-6 and MD-8 fuzes

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NEG. 502847

Projectile fuzed mass: 6.51 kg Fuze: MD-6 BD Filler: RDX/Al 0.06 kg
Figure 38. Russian 76-mm AP-T Projectile Model BR-350B

Using weapon(s): Field gun ZIS-3 and tank gun D-56T Remarks: Uses most MD series fuzes

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NEG. 502848

Projectile fuzed mass: 6.50 kg Fuze: MD-7 BD Filler: RDX/Al 0.06 kg
Figure 39. Russian 76-mm AP-T Projectile Model BR-350B (Variant)

Using weapon(s): Field gun ZIS-3 and tank gun D-56T Remarks: Uses most MD series fuzes

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NEG. 502849

Projectile fuzed mass: 6.49 kg Fuze: MD-5 BD Filler: TNT with incendiary pellet 0.12 kg
Figure 40. Russian 76-mm API-T Projectile Model BZR-350B

Using weapon(s): Field gun ZIS-3 and tank gun D-56T Remarks: None

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NEG. 502850

ALL DIMENSIONS IN MILLIMETERS

7 INDENTATIONS PER CM

Projectile mass: 2.99 kg Penetrator: Tungsten carbide, 0.60 kg
Figure 41. Russian 76-mm HVAP-T Projectile Model BR-354P

Using weapon(s): Field gun ZIS-3 and tank gun D-56T Remarks: Steel follow-through slug

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NEG. 502851

Projectile mass: 3.06 kg Penetrator: Tungsten carbide, 0.48 kg
Figure 42. Russian 76-mm HVAP-T Projectile Model BR-354P (Variant)

Using weapon(s): Field gun ZIS-3 and tank gun D-56T Remarks: None

50

NEG. 533375

Projectile fuzed mass: 6.87 kg Fuze: GPV-2 PIBD Filler: RDX 0.75 kg
Figure 43. Russian 76-mm HEAT-FS Projectile Model BK-354M

Using weapon(s): Field gun ZIS-3 and tank gun D-56T Remarks: None

51

NEG. 502838

Projectile fuzed mass: 6.22 kg Fuze: KTM-1 PD Filler: TNT and amatol 0.49 kg
Figure 44. Russian 76-mm Frag Projectile Model 0-350A

Using weapon(s): Field gun ZIS-3 and tank gun D-56T Remarks: Also uses KT-1 and KTMZ-1 fuzes

52

NEG. 502839

Projectile fuzed mass: 6.21 kg Fuze: KTM-1 PD Filler: TNT 0.71 kg
Figure 45. Russian 76-mm Frag-HE Projectile Model OF-350

Using weapon(s): All 76-mm Soviet guns except AA Remarks: Also uses KT-1, KTM-1-U, and KTMZ-1 fuzes

53

NEG. 502840

Projectile fuzed mass: 6.22 kg Fuze: KT-1 PD Filler: TNT 0.71 kg
Figure 46. Russian 76-mm Frag-HE Projectile Model OF-350A

Using weapon(s): All 76-mm Soviet guns except AA Remarks: Also uses KTM-1 and KTMZ-1 fuzes

54

NEG. 502852

Projectile fuzed mass: 1.62 kg Fuze: DK-2 BD Filler: RDX/TNT 0.57 kg
Figure 47. Russian 40/80-mm HEAT Projectile Model PG-2

Using weapon(s): RPG-2 grenade launcher Remarks: Launcher has 40-mm bore, warhead is 80-mm. DK-4 fuze also used

55

NEG. 502858

Projectile fuzed mass: 3.87 kg Fuze: GK-2 PIBD Filler: RDX 0.46 kg
Figure 48. Russian 82-mm HEAT Projectile Model BK-881

Using weapon(s): B-10 Recoilless gun Remarks: None

56

NEG. 502859

Projectile fuzed mass: 4.11 kg Fuze: GK-2M PIBD Filler: RDX 0.55 kg
Figure 49. Russian 82-mm HEAT Projectile Model BK-881M

Using weapon(s): B-10 recoilless gun Remarks: None

57

NEG. 502857

Projectile fuzed mass: 3.90 kg Fuze: GK-2 PD Filler: TNT and dinitronapthalene 0.47 kg
Figure 50. Russian 82-mm Frag Projectile Model 0-881A

Using weapon(s): B-10 recoilless gun Remarks: None

58

NEG. 502854

Projectile fuzed mass: 3.41 kg Fuze: M-1 PD Filler: Schneiderite 0.40 kg
Figure 51. Russian 82-mm Frag Projectile Model 0-832

Using weapon(s): Mortar M1937 (M1942-M1943 version) Remarks: Also uses M-2, M-3, M-4, MP, and MP-82 PD fuzes

59

NEG. 502855

ALL DIMENSIONS IN MILLIMETERS

Projectile fuzed mass: 3.07 kg Fuze: M-5 PD Filler: TNT and amatol 0.41 kg
Figure 52. Russian 82-mm Frag Projectile Model 0-832D

Using weapon(s): Mortar M1937 (M1942-M1943 version) Remarks: Also uses MP-1, MP-2, MP-3, MP-4, MP-82, and M-6 PD fuzes

60

NEG. 502856

Projectile fuzed mass: 3.23 kg Fuze: M-6 PD Filler: TNT and dinitronapthalene 0.44 kg
Figure 53. Russian 82-mm Frag Projectile Model 0-832DU

Using weapon(s): Mortar M1937 (M1942-M1943 version) Remarks: Also uses M-1, M-2, M-3, M-4, M-5, and MP-82 fuzes

61

ALL DIMENSIONS IN MILLIMETERS

Projectile fuzed mass: 1.75 kg Fuze: VP-7 PIBD Filler: RDX 0.38 kg
Figure 54. Russian 40/85-mm HEAT Projectile Model PG-7

Using weapon(s): RPG-7 grenade launcher Remarks: Launcher has 40-mm bore, warhead is 85-mm. Four fins not shown

62

NEG. 502864

Projectile fuzed mass: 9.20 kg Fuze: MD-5 BD Filler: RDX/Al 0.07 kg
Figure 55. Russian 85-mm AP-T Projectile Model BR-365

Using weapon(s): AA guns KS-12 and 12A, tank gun ZIS- S53, assault gun ASU-85, field gun D-44, APAT gun SD-44, and AT gun D-48 Remarks: Also used MD-8 fuze

63

NEG. 502865

ALL DIMENSIONS IN MILLIMETERS

7 INDENTATIONS PER CM

Projectile fuzed mass: 9.37 kg Fuze: MD-8 BD Filler: RDX/Al 0.05 kg
Figure 56. Russian 85-mm AP-T Projectile Model BR-365K

Using weapon(s): AA guns KS-12 and 12A, tank gun ZIS-S53, assault gun ASU-85, field gun D-44, APAT gun D-44, and AT gun D-48 Remarks: None

64

NEG. 502866

Projectile mass: 4.96 kg Penetrator: Tungsten carbide 0.64 kg

Using weapon(s): AA guns KS-12 and 12A, tank gun ZIS-S53, assault gun ASU-85, field gun D-44, APAT gun SD-44, and AT gun D-48 Remarks: None

Figure 57. Russian 85-mm HVAP-T Projectile Model BR-365P

65

NEG. 502867

Projectile mass: 5.07 kg Penetrator: Tungsten carbide 0.65 kg

Using weapon(s): AA guns KS-12 and 12A, tank gun ZIS-S53, assault gun ASU-85, field gun D-44, APAT gun SD-44, and AT gun D-48 Remarks: None

Figure 58. Russian 85-mm HVAP-T Projectile Model BR-365PK

66

NEG. 502505

Projectile fuzed mass: 7.36 kg Fuze: GPV-2 PIBD Filler: RDX and wax 0.92 kg

Using weapon(s): AA guns KS-12 and 12A, tank gun ZIS-S53, assault gun ASU-85, field gun D-44, APAT gun SD-44, and AT gun D-48 Remarks: Slip type, sintered iron rotating band

Figure 59. Russian 85-mm HEAT-FS Projectile Model BK-2M

67

NEG. 502861

Projectile fuzed mass: 9.58 kg Fuze: KTMZ-1 PD Filler: TNT 0.78 kg
Figure 60. Russian 85-mm Frag Projectile Model 0-365 (Two-Piece)

Using weapon(s): AA guns KS-12 and 12A, tank gun ZIS-S53, assault gun ASU-85, field gun D-44, APAT gun SD-44, and AT gun D-48 Remarks: None

68

NEG. 502862

Projectile fuzed mass: 9.22 kg Fuze: T-5 time Filler: TNT 0.65 kg
Figure 61. Russian 85-mm Frag Projectile Model 0-365

Using weapon(s): AA guns KS-12 and 12A, tank gun ZIS-S53, assault gun ASU-85, field gun D-44, APAT gun SD-44, and AT gun D-48 Remarks: Fuze cover not shown. Also uses T-11 time fuze

69

NEG. 502863

Projectile fuzed mass: 9.62 kg Fuze: KTM-1 PD Filler: TNT 0.78 kg

Using weapon(s): AA guns KS-12 and 12A, tank gun ZIS-S53, assault gun ASU-85, field gun D-44, APAT gun SD-44, and AT gun D-48 Remarks: Also uses KTM-1U fuze; a two-piece design also exists

Figure 62. Russian 85-mm Frag Projectile Model 0-365K

70

NEG. 502869

Projectile fuzed mass: 15.70 kg Fuze: MD-8 BD Filler: RDX/Al 0.06 kg

Using weapon(s): Field (AT) gun BS-3, tank guns D-10T, D-10TG, and D-10TS; AA gun KS-19 series and SU-100 assault gun Remarks: None

Figure 63. Russian 100-mm AP-T Projectile Model BR-412

71

NEG. 502870

Projectile fuzed mass: 15.89 kg Fuze: MD-8 BD Filler: RDX/Al 0.06 kg

Using weapon(s): Field (AT) gun BS-3, tank guns D-10T, D-10TG, and D-10TS; AA gun KS-19 series and SU-100 assault gun Remarks: Also uses DBR-2 fuze

Figure 64. Russian 100-mm AP-T Projectile Model BR-412B

72

NEG. 502871

Projectile fuzed mass: 16 kg Fuze: DBR-2 BD Filler: RDX/Al 0.06 kg

Using weapon(s): Field (AT) gun BS-3, tank guns D-10T, D-10TG, and D-10TS; AA gun KS- 19 series and SU-100 assault gun Remarks: Also uses MD-8 fuze

Figure 65. Russian 100-mm APC-T Projectile Model BR-412D

73

NEG. 502872

ALL DIMENSIONS IN MILLIMETERS

Projectile fuzed mass: 15.81 kg Fuze: DBR-2 BD Filler: RDX/Al 0.06 kg

Using weapon(s): Field (AT) gun BS-3, tank guns D-10T, D-10TG, and D-10TS; AA gun KS- 19 series and SU-100 assault gun Remarks: Also uses MD-8 fuze

Figure 66. Russian 100-mm APC-T Projectile Model BR-412D (Variant)

74

NEG. 520660

Projectile mass: 5.69 kg with sabot, 4.13 kg without sabot Penetrator: Tungsten carbide 2.82 kg

Using weapon(s): D-10T, D-10TG, and D-10TS tank cannons; SU-100 assault gun and field (AT) gun BS-3 Remarks: Cartridge designated UBM-6

Figure 67. Russian 100-mm APDS-T Projectile Model BM-8

75

Projectile mass: 4.3 kg with sabot, 3.4 kg without sabot Penetrator: Monobloc steel
Figure 68. Russian 100-mm APFSDS-T Projectile Model BM-2

Using weapon(s): T-12, MT-12 ATG Remarks: Cartridge designated UBM-2

76

Projectile mass: 4.6 kg with sabot, 3.0 kg without sabot Penetrator: Steel with a tungsten carbide core

Using weapon(s): D-10T, D-10TG, and D-10TS tank cannons; SU-100 assault gun and field (AT) gun BS-3 Remarks: Cartridge designated UBM-8

Figure 69. Russian 100-mm APFSDS-T Projectile Model BM-20

77

Projectile mass: 5.0 kg with sabot Penetrator: Steel with a core

Using weapon(s): D-10T, D-10TG, and D-10TS tank cannons; SU-100 assault gun and field (AT) gun BS-3 Remarks: None

Figure 70. Russian 100-mm APFSDS-T Munition Model UBM-11, Projectile Model BM-25

78

NEG. 520445

Projectile fuzed mass: 12.37 kg Fuze: VP-9 PIBD Filler: RDX 1.04 kg

Using weapon(s): Field (AT) gun BS-3, all rifled 100-mm tank guns, and SU-100 assault gun Remarks: Uses steel slip band seat. May be seen with Bulgarian markings

Figure 71. Russian 100-mm HEAT-FS Projectile Model BK-5M

79

NEG. 527411

Projectile fuzed mass: 15.44 kg Fuze: VM-30 and VM-30L MT Filler: TNT/Al 1.58 kg
Figure 72. Russian 100-mm Frag Projectile Model 0-415

Using weapon(s): AA gun KS-19 series Remarks: None

80

NEG. 502868

Projectile fuzed mass: 15.91 kg Fuze: RGM PD Filler: TNT 2.16 kg

Using weapon(s): Field (AT) gun BS-3, tank guns D-10T, D-10TG, and D-10TS; AA gun KS-19 series and SU-100 assault gun Remarks: None

Figure 73. Russian 100-mm HE Projectile Model F-412

81

NEG. 502873

Projectile fuzed mass: 15.61 kg Fuze: V-429 PD Filler: TNT 1.46 kg

Using weapon(s): Field (AT) gun BS-3, tank guns D-10T, D-10TG, and D-10TS; AA gun KS-19 series and SU-100 assault gun Remarks: Also uses RGM series fuzes. Projectile may have Bulgarian markings

Figure 74. Russian 100-mm Frag-HE Projectile Model OF-412

82

Projectile fuzed mass: 16.7 kg Fuze: V-429 PD Filler: RDX/Al 2.2 kg
Figure 75. Russian 100-mm Frag-HE Projectile Model OF-15

Using weapon(s): T-12, MT-12 ATG Remarks: None

83

Projectile fuzed mass: 10.1 kg Fuze: NA Filler: Inert

Using weapon(s): T-12, MT-12 ATG Remarks: Target practice munition

Figure 76. Russian 100-mm Frag-HE TP Projectile Model UP-4 With Projectile Model P-7

84

Using weapon(s): T-12, MT-12 ATG Remarks: Used to simulate firing. Does not launch a projectile
Figure 77. Russian 100-mm Blank Charge Model ?

85

Projectile fuzed mass: 4.5 kg Fuze: Unknown Filler: HMX
Figure 78. Russian 40/105-mm HEAT Projectile Model PG-7VR

Using weapon(s): RPG-7 and variants Remarks: Tandem warhead. Shown with launcher

86

NEG. U-INT.003320

Projectile fuzed mass: 4.5 kg Fuze: Unknown Filler: HMX
Figure 79. Russian 105-mm HEAT Projectile Model RPG-27

Using weapon(s): RPG-27 Remarks: Tandem warhead. Shown with launcher

87

Projectile fuzed mass: 6.1 kg Fuze: Unknown Filler: HMX
Figure 80. Russian 105-mm HEAT Projectile Model RPG-29

Using weapon(s): RPG-29 Remarks: Tandem warhead. Shown with launcher

88

Projectile fuzed mass: 7.51 kg Fuze: GK-2 PIBD Filler: RDX/Al 1.06 kg
Figure 81. Russian 107-mm HEAT Projectile Model BK-883

Using weapon(s): Recoilless gun B-11 Remarks: None

89

NEG. 520876

Projectile fuzed mass: 8.50 kg Fuze: GK-2 PD Filler: Amatol 80/20 2.09 kg
Figure 82. Russian 107-mm Frag-HE Projectile Model OF-883A

Using weapon(s): Recoilless gun B-11 Remarks: None

90

NEG. 000059

Projectile mass: 5.55 kg with sabot, 4.0 kg without sabot Penetrator: Steel body with a tungsten carbide cap
Figure 83. Russian 115-mm APFSDS-T Projectile Model BM-3

Using weapon(s): U-5TS gun on T-62 tank Remarks: Cartridge designated UBM-3

91

NEG. 520495

Projectile mass: 5.40 kg with sabot, 3.9 kg without sabot Penetrator: Monobloc steel
Figure 84. Russian 115-mm APFSDS-T Projectile Model BM-6

Using weapon(s): U-5TS gun on T-62 tank Remarks: Cartridge designated UBM-5

92

NEG. 000060

Projectile mass: 5.40 kg with sabot, 3.9 kg without sabot Penetrator: Monobloc steel with a steel cap
Figure 85. Russian 115-mm APFSDS-T Projectile Model BM-6 (Variant)

Using weapon(s): U-5TS gun on T-62 tank Remarks: Cartridge designated UBM-5V

93

Projectile mass: 6.1 kg with sabot, 4.5 kg without sabot Penetrator: Steel body with a tungsten carbide core

Using weapon(s): U-5TS gun on T-62 tank Remarks: Cartridge designated UBM-9

Figure 86. Russian 115-mm APFSDS-T Munition Model UBM-9, Projectile Model BM-21

94

Projectile mass: 6.7 kg with sabot, 3.9 kg without sabot Penetrator: Monobloc depleted uranium

Using weapon(s): U-5TS gun on T-62 tank Remarks: None

Figure 87. Russian 115-mm APFSDS-T Munition Model UBM-13, Projectile Model BM-28

95

NEG. 520496

Projectile fuzed mass: 13.15 kg Fuze: GPV-2 PIBD Filler: RDX 1.45 kg
Figure 88. Russian 115-mm HEAT-FS Projectile Model BK-4M

Using weapon(s): U-5TS gun on T-62 tank Remarks: Cartridge designated UBK-3M

96

Projectile fuzed mass: 14.9 kg Fuze: V-429E PD Filler: TNT 2.6 kg

Using weapon(s): U-5TS gun on T-62 tank Remarks: Cartridge designated UOF-1

Figure 89. Russian 115-mm Frag-HE Munition Model UOF-1, Projectile Model OF-11

97

NEG. 520494

Projectile fuzed mass: 17.74 kg Fuze: V-429E PD Filler: TNT 2.72 kg
Figure 90. Russian 115-mm Frag-HE Projectile Model OF-18

Using weapon(s): U-5TS gun on T-62 tank Remarks: Cartridge designated UOF-6. Designated “Extended Range” by former Soviets

98

NEG. 000058

Projectile fuzed mass: 17.70 kg Fuze: V-429E PD Filler: 75/22 RDX/Al 3.062 kg
Figure 91. Russian 115-mm Frag-HE Projectile Model OF-27

Using weapon(s): U-5TS gun on T-62 tank Remarks: Cartridge designated UOF-37

99

NEG. 502880

Projectile fuzed mass: 16.45 kg Fuze: GVMZ PD Filler: TNT 3.90 kg
Figure 92. Russian 120-mm HE Projectile Model F-843

Using weapon(s): Mortars M1938 and M1943 Remarks: Also uses M-1 PD fuze

100

NEG. 502881

Projectile fuzed mass: 16.02 kg Fuze: GVMZ-7 PD Filler: TNT 2.68 kg
Figure 93. Russian 120-mm Frag-HE Projectile Model OF-843

Using weapon(s): Mortars M1938 and M1943 Remarks: Also uses M-12 PD fuze

101

NEG. 502882

Projectile fuzed mass: 15.98 kg Fuze: GVMZ-7 PD Filler: Amatol 80/20 1.58 kg
Figure 94. Russian 120-mm Frag-HE Projectile Model OF-843A

Using weapon(s): Mortars M1938 and M1943 Remarks: Also uses M-12 PD fuze. Shown with nose plug

102

NEG. 001548

Projectile fuzed mass: 16.0 kg Fuze: GVMZ-7 PD Filler: 50/50 TNT/dinitronapthalene 1.4 kg
Figure 95. Russian 120-mm Frag-HE Projectile Model OF-843B

Using weapon(s): Mortars M1938 and M1943 Remarks: Also uses M12 PD fuze

103

NEG. 532977

Projectile fuzed mass: 16.86 kg Fuze: T-1 TSQ Filler: Illuminating assembly 2.0 kg
Figure 96. Russian 120-mm Illuminating Projectile S-843

Using weapon(s): Mortars M1938 and M1943 Remarks: Uses 0.027 kg black powder expelling charge

104

NEG. 502894

Projectile fuzed mass: 25.26 kg Fuze: MD-8 BD Filler: RDX/Al 0.16 kg
Figure 97. Russian 122-mm AP-T Projectile Model BR-471

Using weapon(s): Field gun A-19, tank gun D-25, and SP assault guns D-25S and A-19S Remarks: None

105

NEG. 502895

Projectile fuzed mass: 25.02 kg Fuze: MD-8 BD Filler: RDX/Al 0.16 kg
Figure 98. Russian 122-mm AP-T Projectile Model BR-471B

Using weapon(s): Field gun A-19, tank gun D-25, and SP assault guns D-25S and A-19S Remarks: Also uses DBR BD fuze

106

NEG. 502897

Projectile fuzed mass: 25.10 kg Fuze: DBR BD Filler: RDX/Al 0.34 kg
Figure 99. Russian 122-mm APC-T Projectile Model BR-472

Using weapon(s): Field gun D-74, and possibly T-10M tank gun Remarks: None

107

Projectile mass: 9.8 kg with sabot, 6.5 kg without sabot Penetrator: Tungsten carbide

Using weapon(s): T-10M tank gun Remarks: None

Figure 100. Russian 122-mm APDS-T Munition Model UBM-4, Projectile Model BM-11

108

NEG. 532860

Projectile fuzed mass: 14.80 kg Fuze: GKV PIBD Filler: RDX 2.18 kg
Figure 101. Russian 122-mm HEAT Projectile Model BP-463

Using weapon(s): Howitzer M-30 (M1938) Remarks: None

109

NEG. 532859

Projectile fuzed mass: 21.26 kg Fuze: GPV PIDB Filler: RDX 2.15 kg
Figure 102. Russian 122-mm HEAT Projectile Model BK-463UM

Using weapon(s): Howitzer M-30 (M1938) Remarks: None

110

NEG. 502898

Projectile fuzed mass: 21.58 kg Fuze: GPV-2 PIBD Filler: RDX 2.15 kg
Figure 103. Russian 122-mm HEAT-FS Projectile Model BK-6M

Using weapon(s): Howitzers D-30 and SP 2S1 Remarks: None

111

Projectile fuzed mass: 18.2 kg Fuze: V-15 PIBD Filler: RDX 1.8 kg
Figure 104. Russian 122-mm HEAT-FS-T Projectile BK-13

Using weapon(s): Howitzers D-30 and SP 2S1 Remarks: None

112

NEG. 502887

Projectile fuzed mass: 21.76 kg Fuze: RGM-2 PD Filler: TNT and amatol 3.46 kg
Figure 105. Russian 122-mm Frag-HE Projectile Model OF-462 (Variant)

Using weapon(s): Howitzers M-30 and D-30, SP howitzer 2S1, and field gun A-19 Remarks: Also uses D-1, D-1U TSQ, and V-90 MTSQ fuzes

113

NEG. 502889

Projectile fuzed mass: 24.97 kg Fuze: RGM-2 PD Filler: TNT 3.36 kg
Figure 106. Russian 122-mm Frag-HE Projectile Model OF-471N

Using weapon(s): Field gun A-19, tank gun D-25, and SP assault guns D-25S and A-19S Remarks: Also uses RGM-6 and V-429 PD fuzes and D-1 TSQ fuze

114

NEG. 502890

Projectile fuzed mass: 25 kg Fuze: RGM PD Filler: TNT/amatol 4.48 kg

Using weapon(s): Field gun A-19, tank gun D-25, and SP assault guns D-25S and A-19S Remarks: Also uses RGM-2 and RGM-6 PD fuzes and D-1 TSQ fuze

Figure 107. Russian 122-mm Frag-HE Projectile Model OF-471N (Variant)

115

NEG. 502896

Projectile fuzed mass: 27.30 kg Fuze: V-429 PD Filler: TNT 3 kg
Figure 108. Russian 122-mm Frag-HE Projectile Model OF-472

Using weapon(s): Field gun D-74 and possibly T-10M tank gun Remarks: Also uses RGM-6 PD fuze

116

Projectile fuzed mass: 21.76 kg Fuze: RGM-2 Filler: RDX/A1 4.31 kg
Figure 109. Russian 122-mm Projectile OF-56

Using weapon(s): Howitzer D-30 and 2S1 Remarks: Alternate filler TNT illustrated without fuze

117

Projectile fuzed mass: 21.76 kg Fuze: RGM-2 PD Filler: RDX/A1 4.31 kg
Figure 110. Russian 122-mm Projectile OF-56-1

Using weapon(s): Howitzer D-30 and 2S1 Remarks: Has sintered iron rotating band. Illustrated without fuze

118

NEG. 502888

Projectile fuzed mass: 22.30 kg Fuze: KTM-2 PD Filler: TNT 0.16 kg
Figure 111. Russian 122-mm Smoke Projectile Model D-462

Using weapon(s): Howitzer M-30 Remarks: Main filler is 3.60-kg white phosphorous

119

NEG. 533384

Projectile fuzed mass: 21.70 kg Fuze: RGM-2 PD Filler: WP 3.60 kg

Using weapon(s): Howitzers M-30 (M1938), D-30, and SP 2S1 Remarks: Uses a bursting charge of 0.16 kg tetryl and TNT

Figure 112. Russian 122-mm Smoke Projectile Model D-4

120

NEG. 533383

Projectile fuzed mass: 21.96 kg Fuze: T-7 time Filler: Black powder 0.02 kg and illuminating composition 1 kg
Figure 113. Russian 122-mm Illuminating Projectile Model S-463

Using weapon(s): Howitzers M-30 (M1938), D-30, and SP 2S1 Remarks: Shown with fuze cover

121

NEG. 502892

Projectile fuzed mass: 22.70 kg Fuze: Fuze: T-7 TSQ Filler: Black powder ejection charge mass ?
Figure 114. Russian 122-mm Propaganda Projectile Model A-462

Using weapon(s): Howitzers M-30, SP 2S1, and D-30 Remarks: Contains leaflets, mass ?

122

NEG. 000076

Projectile mass: 5.62 kg with sabot, 3.6 kg without sabot Penetrator: Monobloc steel

Using weapon(s): D81 tank gun, 2A45M ATG Remarks: Cartridge designated VBM-3, projectile and auxillary charge designated BM-10

Figure 115. Russian 125-mm APFSDS-T Projectile Model BM-9

123

Projectile mass: 5.7 kg with sabot, 3.5 kg without sabot Penetrator: Steel body with a tungsten carbide core

Using weapon(s): D81 tank gun, 2A45M ATG Remarks: Cartridge designated VBM-3, projectile and auxillary charge designated BM-13

Figure 116. Russian 125-mm APFSDS-T Munition Model VBM-6, Projectile Model BM-12

124

NEG. 000096

Projectile mass: 5.93 kg with sabot, 3.8 kg without sabot Penetrator: Steel body with a tungsten carbide core

Using weapon(s): D81 tank gun, 2A45M ATG Remarks: Cartridge designated VBM-7, projectile and auxillary charge designated BM-18

Figure 117. Russian 125-mm APFSDS-T Projectile Model BM-15

125

NEG. U-INT.003482

Projectile/charge assembly length: 585 mm Projectile/charge assembly mass: 10.95 kg Projectile length: 486 mm Projectile mass: 7.1 kg with sabot, 5.0 kg without sabot Penetrator: Monobloc depleted uranium
Figure 118. Russian 125-mm APFSDS-T Projectile Model BM-32

Using weapon(s): D81 tank gun 2A45M ATG Remarks: Projectile/aux charge assembly designated BM-38; complete cartridge designated VBM-13

126

NEG. U-INT.003480

Projectile/charge assembly length: 621 mm Projectile/charge assembly mass: 10.8 kg Projectile length: 571 mm Projectile mass: 7.1 kg with sabot, 4.9 kg without sabot Penetrator: Steel-sheathed tungsten alloy core
Figure 119. Russian 125-mm APFSDS-T Projectile Model BM-42

Using weapon(s): D81 tank gun, 2A45M ATG Remarks: Projectile/aux charge assembly designated BM-44; complete cartridge designated VBM-17

127

NEG. U-INT.003479

Projectile/charge assembly length: 582 mm Projectile/charge assembly mass: 9.5 kg Projectile length: 535 mm Projectile mass: 5.2 kg Projectile material: Steel
Figure 120. Russian 125-mm TPFSDS-T Projectile Model P-31

Using weapon(s): D81 tank gun, 2A45M ATG Remarks: Complete cartridge designated VP-6

128

NEG. 000075

Projectile fuzed mass: 19.02 kg Fuze: VG-15 PD PIBD Filler: HMX 1.85 kg
Figure 121. Russian 125-mm HEAT-FS Projectile Model BK-14M

Using weapon(s): D81 tank gun, 2A45M ATG Remarks: Cartridge designated VBK-7. Supersedes BK-12M projectile

129

NEG. U-INT.003473

Projectile length: 680 mm Projectile fuzed mass: 19.0 kg Fuze: B-15 Filler: HMX/wax 1.76 kg
Figure 122. Russian 125-mm HEAT Munition Model BK-18M

Using weapon(s): D81 tank gun, 2A45M ATG Remarks: Cartridge designated VBK-16

130

NEG. U-INT.003488

Projectile length: 680 mm Projectile fuzed mass: 19.0 kg Filler: Inert
Figure 123. Russian 125-mm HEAT-TP Munition Model P-11

Using weapon(s): D81 tank gun, 2A45M ATG Remarks: Cartridge designated VP-5

131

NEG. 000074

Projectile fuzed mass: 23 kg Fuze: V-429E PD Filler: TNT 3.15 kg
Figure 124. Russian 125-mm Frag-HE Projectile Model OF-19

Using weapon(s): D81 tank gun, 2A45M ATG Remarks: Cartridge designated VOF-22

132

NEG. U-INT.000129

Projectile fuzed mass: 23.20 kg Fuze: V-429E PD Filler: RDX/Al 3.34 kg
Figure 125. Russian 125-mm Frag-HE Projectile Model OF-26

Using weapon(s): D81 tank gun, 2A45M ATG Remarks: Cartridge designated VOF-36

133

NEG. 502902

Projectile fuzed mass: 33.49 kg Fuze: DBR BD Filler: RDX/Al 0.13 kg
Figure 126. Russian 130-mm APC-T Projectile Model BR-482B

Using weapon(s): Field gun M-46 Remarks: None

134

NEG. U-INT.00008

Projectile fuzed mass: 33.40 kg Fuze: V-350 BD Filler: RDX/Al
Figure 127. Russian 130-mm SAP-HE Projectile Model PB-42

Using weapon(s): Coastal gun M-58 Remarks: Projectile painted grey

135

NEG. 502901

Projectile fuzed mass: 33.40 kg Fuze: RGM-2 PD Filler: TNT with spotting charge 3.60 kg
Figure 128. Russian 130-mm Frag-HE Projectile Model OF-482M

Using weapon(s): Field gun M-46 Remarks: Also uses RGM-6 and V-429 PD fuzes

136

Projectile fuzed mass: 33.1 kg Fuze: None shown, PD & MT available Filler: RDX/Al 4.02 kg
Figure 129. Russian 130-mm Frag-HE Projectile Model OF-33

Using weapon(s): Field gun M-46 Remarks: None

137

NEG. 502903

Projectile fuzed mass: 33.46 kg Fuze: VGU-1 PD or VM-60 MT Filler: TNT 2.76 kg
Figure 130. Russian 130-mm SAP-HE Projectile Model OF-3S-42

Using weapon(s): Coastal gun M-58 Remarks: A Model PS-42 practice round exists. It has two white bands or ogive and white cross on base

138

NEG. 533386

Projectile fuzed mass: 32.80 kg Fuze: V-429 PD Filler: WP 3.23 kg

Using weapon(s): Field gun M-46 Remarks: Uses tetryl and RDX bursting charge

Figure 131. Russian 130-mm Target Marker Smoke Projectile Model DTS-1

139

NEG. 533385

Projectile fuzed mass: 25.80 kg Fuze: TM-16L MT and VM-60 MT Filler: Black powder 0.78 kg; illuminating composition 2.38 kg
Figure 132. Russian 130-mm Illuminating Projectile Model SP-46

Using weapon(s): Field gun M-46 Remarks: White body with red star

140

NEG. 001323

Projectile fuzed mass: 43 kg Fuze: GVMZ PD Filler: TNT/tetryl 4.78 kg
Figure 133. Russian 132-mm Frag-HE Rocket Model M-13-UK

Using weapon(s): M-13 16-round MRL Remarks: Still used in Third World countries

141

NEG. 502904

Projectile fuzed mass: 39.66 kg Fuze: V-25 PD Filler: TNT 3.68 kg
Figure 134. Russian 140-mm Frag-HE Rocket Model M-14-OF

Using weapon(s): Truck-mounted BM-14-16 and BM-14 -17 launchers and 16-rd towed launcher Remarks: Shown without fuze

142

Projectile fuzed mass: 27 kg Fuze: None shown, GPV-3 PD Filler: RDX 3.9 kg
Figure 135. Russian 152-mm HEAT Projectile Model BP-540

Using weapon(s): D-20, 2S3, 2S19, 2A65 Remarks: None

143

NEG. 502907

Projectile fuzed mass: 40 kg Fuze: KTD BD Filler: TNT 5.10 kg
Figure 136. Russian 152-mm CP Projectile Model G-530

Using weapon(s): Howitzers ML-20, D-1 and D-20, SP gun-howitzer 2S3, and assault gun ML-20S Remarks: Also uses DBT BD fuze

144

NEG. 502905

Projectile fuzed mass: 43.56 kg Fuze: RGM PD Filler: TNT 6.24 kg

Using weapon(s): Howitzers ML-20 and D-20, SP gun-howitzer 2S3, and assault gun ML-20S Remarks: A two-piece OF-540B projectile also exists

Figure 137. Russian 152-mm Frag-HE Projectile Model OF-540 (Two-Piece)

145

NEG. 502906

Projectile fuzed mass: 43.51 kg Fuze: RGM-2 PD Filler: TNT 6.24 kg
Figure 138. Russian 152-mm Frag-HE Projectile Model OF-540

Using weapon(s): Howitzers ML-20 and D-20, SP gun-howitzer 2S3, and assault gun ML-20S Remarks: Also uses TSQ fuze D-1U

146

Projectile fuzed mass: 43.1 kg Fuze: RGM-2 PD Filler: RDX/Al 7.7 kg
Figure 139. Russian 152-mm Frag-HE Projectile Model OF-45

Using weapon(s): 2A65, 2S19 Remarks: None

147

Projectile fuzed mass: 42.5 kg Fuze: RGM-2 PD Filler: RDX/Al 7.8 kg
Figure 140. Russian 152-mm Frag-HE Projectile Model OF-61

Using weapon(s): 2A65, 2S19 Remarks: None

148

Projectile fuzed mass: 32.46 kg Fuze: None shown, MT Filler: Black powder 0.1 kg, illuminating composition 2.27 kg
Figure 141. Russian 152-mm Illuminating Projectile Model S-2

Using weapon(s): Field gun M-46 Remarks: None

149

NEG. 502908

Projectile fuzed mass: 39.95 kg Fuze: GVMZ-7 PD Filler: TNT 7.39 kg
Figure 142. Russian 160-mm HE Projectile Model F-852

Using weapon(s): Mortar M1943 Remarks: None

150

NEG. 502910

Projectile fuzed mass: 41.18 kg Fuze: GVMZ-7 PD Filler: Amatol 7.73 kg
Figure 143. Russian 160-mm HE Projectile Model F-853A

Using weapon(s): Mortar M-160 Remarks: Shown with fuze cover

151

NEG. 502909

Projectile fuzed mass: 41.18 kg Fuze: GVMZ-7 PD Filler: TNT 8.99 kg
Figure 144. Russian 160-mm HE Projectile Model F-853U

Using weapon(s): Mortar M-160 Remarks: Shown with fuze cover

152

NEG. 527607

Projectile fuzed mass: 97.50 kg Fuze: DBT BD Filler: TNT 7.35 kg
Figure 145. Russian 180-mm CP Projectile Model G-572

Using weapon(s): Gun S-23 Remarks: None

153

NEG. 533387

Projectile fuzed mass: 88 kg Fuze: RGM-2 PD Filler: TNT 10.70 kg
Figure 146. Russian 180-mm HE Projectile Model F-572

Using weapon(s): Gun S-23 Remarks: None

154

NEG. 520521

Projectile fuzed mass: 84 kg Fuze: V-429 PD Filler: RDX/Al 5.62 kg
Figure 147. Russian 180-mm Frag-HE-RA Projectile Model OF-23

Using weapon(s): Gun S-23 Remarks: None

155

NEG. 502911

Projectile fuzed mass: 100 kg Fuze: KTD BD Filler: TNT 15.36 kg
Figure 148. Russian 203-mm CP Projectile Model G-620

Using weapon(s): Howitzers B-4 and B-4M Remarks: Also uses KTD BD fuze

156

NEG. 520522

Projectile fuzed mass: 130.84 kg Fuze: GVMZ-7 PD Filler: TNT 31.93 kg
Figure 149. Russian 240-mm HE Projectile Model F-864

Using weapon(s): Mortar M-240, 2S4 Remarks: Shown with nose plug. Also uses M-16 PD fuze

157

NEG. 520912

Projectile fuzed mass: 112.53 kg Fuze: V-24 PD Filler: TNT 27.15 kg
Figure 150. Russian 240-mm HE Rocket Model F-961

Using weapon(s): 12-tube launcher on AT-S artillery tractor and BM-24 launcher on ZIL-151 truck Remarks: Two other versions exist

158

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Round/missile mass: 5.5/4.8 kg Warhead mass: Unknown Designator(s): METIS, NATO: AT-7 SAXHORN
Figure 151. Russian 94-mm ATGM Model 9M115

Platforms: Man-portable tripod (tube launched) Remarks: The METIS has been superseded by the METIS-M

159

1098

1098 1106

1084

100 DIA

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Wing span: 255 mm Round/missile mass: 24.5/18.4 kg Explosive type: HMX Designator(s): BASTION, SHEKS’NA, BASNYA, KASTET, NATO: AT-10A STABBER
Figure 152. Russian 100-mm ATGM Model 9M117

Platforms: MT-12(3UBK10/KASTET), T-55 (3UBK10-1/ BASTION), T-62 (3UBK10-2/SHEKS’NA), BMP-3 (3UBK10-3/BASYNA) Remarks: There is a tandem version, 9M117M

160

1106

100 DIA

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Wing span: 255 mm Round/missile mass: Unknown Explosive type: Unknown Designator(s): KAN, NATO: AT-10B STABBER
Figure 153. Russian 100-mm ATGM Model 9M117M

Platforms: MT-12(3UBK10M/KASTET), T-55 (3UBK10M1/BASTION), T-62 (3UBK10M-2/SHEKS’NA), BMP-3 (3UBK10M-3/BASYNA) Remarks: Tandem version of AT-10A

161

Wing span: 393 mm Missile mass: 11.3 kg Explosive type: RDX Designator(s): MALYUTKA, NATO: AT-3A SAGGER

Platforms: Man-portable suitcase, BMP-1, BMD-1, BRDM-2, Mi-2 HOPLITE, Chinese WZ-501, Yugoslav SA-341/342 GAZELLE, Yugoslav BVP-M80AK, Yugoslav M-980, North Korean M-1985 Remarks: None

Figure 154. Russian 120-mm ATGM Model 9M14M

162

Wing span: 393 mm Missile mass: 11.3 kg Explosive type: HMX Designator(s): MALYUTKA-P, NATO: AT-3C SAGGER
Figure 155. Russian 120-mm ATGM Model 9M14P

Platforms: Man-portable suitcase, BRDM-2, Chinese WZ-504, Yugoslav BOV-1, North Korean M-1985 Remarks: A SACLOS version of the original 9M14

163

Round/missile mass: 13/7.3 kg Warhead mass: 2.5 kg Designator(s): FAGOT, NATO: AT-4A SPIGOT A
Figure 156. Russian 120-mm ATGM Model 9M111 & 9M111-2

Platforms: Crew-portable tripod, BMP-1, BMD-1 Remarks: A follow-on exists called the FAGOT-M

164

Round/missile mass: 13.4/7.3 kg Warhead mass: 2.5 kg Designator(s): FAGOT-M, FACTORIA, NATO: AT-4B SPIGOT B
Figure 157. Russian 120-mm ATGM Model 9M111M

Platforms: Crew-portable tripod, BMP-1, BMD-1 Remarks: A follow-on the FAGOT ATGM

165

Unknown 125 DIA

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Round/missile mass: 24.3/17.2 kg Platforms: T-72B/T-72S, T-80 Warhead mass: 4.2 kg Remarks: Gun launched Designator(s): SVIR, REFLEXS, NATO: AT-11A SNIPER
Figure 158. Russian 125-mm ATGM Model 9M119

166

Unknown

125 DIA

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Round/missile mass: Unknown Warhead mass: Unknown Designator(s): Unknown
Figure 159. Russian 125-mm ATGM Model 9M119M

Platforms: T-72B/T-72S Remarks: Tandem version of AT-11A

167

1630 130 DIA

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Wing span: 250 mm Round/missile length: 1830/1630 mm Warhead mass: 7-8 kg Designator(s): SHTURM, NATO: AT-6 SPIRAL
Figure 160. Russian 130-mm ATGM Model 9M114

Platforms: MTLB, Mi-24 (HIND), Mi-28 (HAVOC), Ka-29 (HELIX B) Remarks: SHTURM has an optional blast warhead

168

ATAKA launch tube
Round/missile length: Unknown Warhead mass: Unknown Designator(s): ATAKA, NATO: AT-9
Figure 161. Russian 130-mm ATGM Model 9M120, 9M120F, and 9A220

Platforms: MTLB, Mi-24 (HIND), Mi-28 (HAVOC), Ka-29 (HELIX B) Remarks: ATAKA has three warhead options

169

Missile length: 910 mm Missile diameter: 130 mm Round/missile length: 13/11.5 kg Warhead mass: 4.6 kg Designator(s): METIS-M, METIS-2, NATO: AT-13
Figure 162. Russian 130-mm ATGM Model 9M131

Platforms: Crew-portable tripod (tube launched) Remarks: METIS-M has an optional blast warhead

170

Round/missile mass diameter: 130 mm Missile length: Unknown Round missile mass: 59/45 kg Warhead mass: Unknown Designator(s): ViKhR, NATO: AT-16
Figure 163. Russian 130-mm ATGM Model 9-A-4172

Platforms: Ka-50, SU-25 Remarks: ViKhR has a shaped-charge/fragmentation warhead

171

Round/missile mass: 25.9/14.6 kg Warhead mass: 2.7 kg Designator(s): KONKURS, NATO: AT-5A SPANDREL
Figure 164. Russian 135-mm ATGM Model 9M113

Platforms: Crew-portable tripod Remarks: KONKURS is comparable to FAGOTS’ launch platforms

172

Round/missile mass: 28.8/17.5 Warhead mass: Unknown Designator(s): KONKURS, NATO: AT-5A SPANDREL
Figure 165. Russian 135-mm ATGM Model 9M113M

Platforms: Crew-portable tripod Remarks: This is the tandem version of the KONKURS

173

150 DIA

ALL MEASUREMENTS IN MILLIMETERS

Missile length: Unknown Missile diameter: 150 mm Missile mass: Unknown Warhead mass: Unknown Designator(s): KhRIZANTEMA, NATO: AT-15
Figure 166. Russian 150-mm ATGM Model 9M123

Platforms: BMP-3 Remarks: KhRIZANTEMA has an optional blast warhead

174

152 DIA

1100

ALL MEASUREMENTS IN MILLIMETERS

Round/missile length: 27/22 kg Warhead mass: Unknown Designator(s): KORNET, NATO: AT-14
Figure 167. Russian 152-mm ATGM Model Unknown

Platforms: Crew-portable tripod, BMP-3 Remarks: KORNET has an optional blast warhead

175

Missile length: 1020 mm Wing span: 420 mm Missile mass: 12.5 kg Filler: 2.8 kg
Figure 168. Argentinian 104-mm ATGM Model MATHOGO

Using weapon(s): Crew Portable Remarks: None

176

Using weapon(s): Mortar Remarks: None
Figure 169. Austrian 60-mm HE Projectile Model HE-80

177

Using weapon(s): Mortar Remarks: None
Figure 170. Austrian 81-mm HE Projectile Model HE-70LD

178

NEG. U-INT.003553

Projectile length: 313 mm Projectile mass: 1.3 kg without sabot Penetrator: Monobloc tungsten alloy
Figure 171. Belgian 60-mm APFSDS Projectile Model M300

Using weapon(s): Oto Melara Remarks: None

179

Projectile mass: 1.39 kg Filler: TNT 0.181 kg
Figure 172. Belgian 60-mm HE Projectile Model NR431A1

Using weapon(s): None Remarks: None

180

NEG. U-INT.003555

Complete cartridge length: 647 mm Complete cartridge mass: 7.2 kg Projectile length: 426 mm Projectile mass: 2.5 kg with sabot, 1.5 kg without sabot Penetrator: Monobloc tungsten alloy
Figure 173. Belgian 90-mm APFSDS-T Munition Model M652

Using weapon(s): Cockerill MK II and Mk III guns Remarks: None

181

NEG. U-INT.003554

Complete cartridge length: 865 mm Complete cartridge mass: 13.8 kg Projectile length: 480 mm Projectile mass: 3.5 kg with sabot, 2.1 kg without sabot Penetrator: Monobloc tungsten alloy
Figure 174. Belgian 90-mm APFSDS Munition Model M670

Using weapon(s): M36 gun Remarks: None

182

Complete cartridge length: 656 mm Complete cartridge mass: 7.9 kg Projectile mass: 4.9 kg Fuze: PIBD Filler: Comp B 0.47 kg
Figure 175. Belgian 90-mm HEAT Munition Model M517

Using weapon(s): Cockerill Mk II & Mk III Remarks: None

183

NEG. U-INT.003570

Complete cartridge length: 702 mm Complete cartridge mass: 7.35 kg Projectile mass: 5.07 kg Fuze: GIPD 9009 Filler: Comp A3 0.77 kg
Figure 176. Belgian 90-mm HEAT Munition Model M617

Using weapon(s): Cockerill Mk I, Mk II, Mk III guns Remarks: None

184

NEG. U-INT.003571

Complete cartridge length: 680 mm Complete cartridge mass: 6.55 kg Projectile mass: 4.1 kg Fuze: GIPD 9010 Filler: Comp A3 0.51 kg
Figure 177. Belgian 90-mm HEAT Munition Model M620

Using weapon(s): Cockerill Mk I, Mk II, and Mk III guns Remarks: None

185

NEG. U-INT.003585

Complete cartridge length: 645 mm Complete cartridge mass: 8.2 kg Projectile mass: 5.1 kg Fuze: PIBD Filler: Comp B 0.5 kg
Figure 178. Belgian 90-mm HEAT Munition Model NR 220

Using weapon(s): Cockerill Mk III gun Remarks: None

186

NEG. U-INT.003583

Complete cartridge length: 645 mm Complete cartridge mass: 7.3 kg Projectile mass: 4.1 kg Fuze: PIBD Filler: Comp B 0.5 kg
Figure 179. Belgian 90-mm HEAT Munition Model NR 478

Using weapon(s): Cockerill Mk III gun Remarks: None

187

NEG. U-INT.003574

Complete cartridge length: 600 mm Complete cartridge mass: 6.8 kg Projectile mass: 4.4 kg Fuze: Base Filler: Comp A3 1.1 kg
Figure 180. Belgian 90-mm HESH Munition Model M625

Using weapon(s): Cockerill Mk I, Mk II, & Mk III guns Remarks: None

188

NEG. U-INT.003586

Complete cartridge length: 591 mm Complete cartridge mass: 7.7 kg Projectile mass: 4.4 kg Fuze: BD Filler: Comp A3 1.1 kg
Figure 181. Belgian 90-mm HESH Munition Model NR 503

Using weapon(s): Cockerill Mk III gun Remarks: None

189

NEG. U-INT.003588

Complete cartridge mass: 11.0 kg Projectile mass: 8.5 kg Fuze: ? Filler: TNT 1.0 kg
Figure 182. Belgian 90-mm HE-Frag Munition Model NR 219

Using weapon(s): Cockerill Mk III gun Remarks: None

190

NEG. U-INT.003572

Complete cartridge length: 638 mm Complete cartridge mass: 7.4 kg Projectile mass: 5.1 kg Fuze: GIPD 9004 Filler: Comp B 1.02 kg
Figure 183. Belgian 90-mm HE Munition Model M616

Using weapon(s): Cockerill Mk I, Mk II, & Mk III guns Remarks: None

191

NEG. U-INT.003587

Complete cartridge length: 635 mm Complete cartridge mass: 8.3 kg Projectile mass: 5.1 kg Fuze: PD Filler: TNT 1.05 kg
Figure 184. Belgian 90-mm HE Munition Model NR 501

Using weapon(s): Cockerill Mk III gun Remarks: None

192

NEG. U-INT.003575

Complete cartridge length: 526 mm Complete cartridge mass: 7.4 kg Filler: 1100 8.5-mm steel spheres
Figure 185. Belgian 90-mm Canister Munition Model M621

Using weapon(s): Cockerill Mk I, Mk II and Mk III guns Remarks: None

193

NEG. U-INT.003589

Complete cartridge mass: 6.15 kg Complete cartriudge length: 520 mm
Figure 186. Belgian 90-mm Canister Munition Model NR 125

Using weapon(s): Cockerill Mk I, Mk II and Mk III guns Remarks: Fires 1400 7.4 mm steel balls

194

NEG. U-INT.003573

Complete cartridge length: 640 mm Complete cartridge mass: 7.7 kg Projectile mass: 5.4 kg Filler: WP 1.1 kg
Figure 187. Belgian 90-mm Smoke Munition Model M618

Using weapon(s): CMI Mk I, Mk II and Mk III guns Remarks: None

195

NEG. U-INT.003590

Complete cartridge length: 635 mm Complete cartridge mass: 8.7 kg Filler: WP 0.8 kg
Figure 188. Belgian 90-mm SMK/WP Munition Model NR 502

Using weapon(s): Cockerill Mk I, Mk II Remarks: None

196

NEG. U-INT.003558

Complete cartridge length: 1064 mm Complete cartridge mass: 21.8 kg Projectile mass: 5.0 kg with sabot, 3.8 kg without sabot Penetrator: Monobloc tungsten alloy
Figure 189. Belgian 100-mm APFSDS-T Munition Model M1000

Using weapon(s): D10 gun series Remarks: None

197

NEG. U-INT.003561

Complete cartridge length: 838 mm Complete cartridge mass: 14.5 kg Projectile mass: 3.9 kg without sabot Core: Steel
Figure 190. Belgian 105-mm TPDS Munition Model M724

Using weapon(s): L7 gun Remarks: Copy of U.S. M724

198

NEG. U-INT.003560

Complete cartridge length: 985 mm Complete cartridge mass: 19.1 kg Projectile mass: 5.8 kg with sabot, 3.8 kg without sabot Penetrator: Monobloc tungsten alloy
Figure 191. Belgian 105-mm APFSDS Munition Model M1001

Using weapon(s): M68 gun Remarks: None

199

NEG. U-INT.003556

Complete cartridge length: 927 mm Complete cartridge mass: 17.7 kg Projectile mass: 5.8 kg with sabot Penetrator: Monobloc Tungsten Alloy
Figure 192. Belgian 105-mm APFSDS-T Munition Model M1050

Using weapon(s): L7 guns Remarks: None

200

NEG. U-INT.003557

Complete cartridge length: 980 mm Complete cartridge mass: 18.0 kg Projectile mass: 5.8 kg with sabot
Figure 193. Belgian 105-mm APFSDS-T Munition Model M1060

Penetrator: Monobloc tungsten alloy Using weapon(s): L7 guns Remarks: None

201

NEG. U-INT.003565

Complete cartridge length: 1006 mm Complete cartridge mass: 22.2 kg Projectile mass: 10.5 kg Fuze: PIBD
Figure 194. Belgian 105-mm HEAT Munition Model M456A2

Filler: Comp B 0.97 kg Using weapon(s): L7 guns Remarks: Copy of U.S. M456A2

202

NEG. U-INT.003569

Complete cartridge length: 991 mm Complete cartridge mass: 20.45 kg Filler: Inert
Figure 195. Belgian 105-mm HEAT-TP Munition Model M490

Using weapon(s): L7 guns Remarks: Ballistically matched to M456

203

NEG. U-INT.003562

Complete cartridge length: 940 mm Complete cartridge mass: 20.4 kg Projectile mass: 11.25 kg Fuze: BD
Figure 196. Belgian 105-mm HESH Munition Model M393A2

Filler: Comp A3 3.0 kg Using weapon(s): L7 gun Remarks: Copy of U.S. M393A2

204

NEG. U-INT.003563

Complete cartridge length: 940 mm Complete cartridge mass: 20.42 kg Filler: Inert
Figure 197. Belgian 105-mm HESH-TP Munition Model M467

Using weapon(s): L7 gun Remarks: Ballistically matched to M393 HESH

205

NEG. U-INT.003566

Complete cartridge length: 990 mm Complete cartridge mass: 20.8 kg Projectile mass: 12.1 kg
Figure 198. Belgian 105-mm HE-T Munition Model M1010

Filler: Comp B 2.0 kg Using weapon(s): L7 guns Remarks: None

206

NEG. U-INT.003564

Complete cartridge length: 940 mm Complete cartridge mass: 20.6 kg Filler: WP 2.72 kg
Figure 199. Belgian 105-mm Smoke Munition Model M416

Using weapon(s): L7 guns Remarks: Copy of U.S. M416

207

NEG. U-INT.003567

Complete cartridge length: 990 mm Complete cartridge mass: 20.8 kg Projectile mass: 12.8 kg Fuze: PD impact
Figure 200. Belgian 105-mm Smoke Munition Model M1009

Filler: WP 1.77 kg Using weapon(s): F1 gun Remarks: None

208

NEG. U-INT.003568

Complete cartridge length: 960 mm Complete cartridge mass: 11.7 kg Projectile mass: 11.7 kg Fuze: MT
Figure 201. Belgian 105-mm Illumination Munition Model M1008

Filler: 0.46 kg Using weapon(s): F1 gun, L7 gun Remarks: None

209

NEG. U-INT.003559

Complete cartridge length: 995 mm Complete cartridge mass: 25 kg Projectile mass: 7.2 kg with sabot
Figure 202. Belgian 120-mm APFSDS-T Munition Model M1080

Penetrator: Monobloc tungsten alloy Using weapon(s): GSB Remarks: None

210

NEG. U-INT.000095

Projectile fuzed mass: 1.39 kg Fuze: 0-4M Filler: RDX 0.21 kg
Figure 203. Bulgarian 40-mm HE Projectile Model OG-7V

Using weapon(s): RPG-7 AT grenade launcher Remarks: Illustrated with plastic shipping cap. Uses same propellant charge as PG-7G

211

NEG. U-INT.003145

Using weapon(s): BMP, BMD, and SPG-9 recoilless gun Remarks: None
Figure 204. Bulgarian 73-mm HE Projectile Model OG-9B

212

Projectile mass: 4.0 kg Fuze: GO-2 PD Filler: TNT
Figure 205. Bulgarian 73-mm HE Projectile Model OG-15VB

Using weapon(s): BMP, BMD, and SPG-9 recoilless gun Remarks: Prefragmented body 990 fragments

213

NEG. 520504

Projectile fuzed mass: 15.69 kg Fuze: V-429 PD Filler: 1.5 kg TNT
Figure 206. Bulgarian 100-mm Frag-HE Projectile Model OF-412

Using weapon(s): Former Soviet field, tank, assault, and AT guns Remarks: Copy of former Soviet OF-412 projectile

214

NEG. U-INT.003696

Complete cartridge length: 927 mm Complete cartridge mass: 18.0 kg Projectile mass: 5.8 kg with sabot, 3.6 kg without sabot
Figure 207. Canadian 105-mm APFSDS-T Projectile Model C76

Penetrator: Monobloc tungsten alloy Using weapon(s): L7 gun Remarks: Copy of FP105

215

NEG. 520128

Projectile fuzed mass: 0.62 kg Fuze: Type 1 PDSD Filler: RDX/Al 0.04 kg
Figure 208. Chinese 37-mm Frag-T Projectile Type ?

Using weapon(s): AA gun Type 55 Remarks: Patterned after former Soviet OR-167 projectile

216

Projectile fuzed mass: 1.23 kg Fuze: PIBD Filler: TNT 0.16 kg
Figure 209. Chinese 57-mm HEAT Projectile Type ?

Using weapon(s): Recoilless rifle Type 36 Remarks: Rotating band is integral part of projectile body. Projectile is copy of U.S. M307

217

Projectile fuzed mass: 1.29 kg Fuze: PD Filler: TNT 0.23 kg
Figure 210. Chinese 57-mm HE Projectile Type ?

Using weapon(s): Recoilless rifle Type 36 Remarks: Rotating band is integral part of projectile body. Projectile is copy of U.S. M306

218

Projectile fuzed mass: 1.3 kg Filler: TNT
Figure 211. Chinese 60-mm HE Projectile Type 83A

Using weapon(s): Mortar Remarks: None

219

Projectile fuzed mass: 5.39 kg Fuze: PIBD Filler: RDX/TNT 0.62 kg
Figure 212. Chinese 75-mm HEAT Projectile Type ?

Using weapon(s): Recoilless rifles Types 52 and 56 Remarks: Projectile is copy of US M310A

220

Projectile fuzed mass: 2.81 kg Fuze: Type 1 PIBD Filler: RDX/TNT 0.34 kg
Figure 213. Chinese 75-mm HEAT Projectile Type ?

Using weapon(s): Recoilless rifles Types 52 and 53 Remarks: Also uses TS-1 and TS-2 PIBD fuzes

221

NEG. 502922

Projectile fuzed mass: 6.16 kg Fuze: Type 1 PD Filler: TNT 0.71 kg
Figure 214. Chinese 75-mm HE Projectile Type 26.8

Using weapon(s): Recoilless rifles Types 52 and 56 Remarks: Also uses Types 3 and 53 PD fuzes. Projectile is a copy of U.S. M309

222

NEG. 502923

Projectile fuzed mass: 6.16 kg Fuze: Type 1 PD Filler: TNT 0.71 kg
Figure 215. Chinese 75-mm HE Projectile Type 26.12 (Variant I)

Using weapon(s): Recoilless rifles Types 52 and 56 Remarks: Also uses Types 3 and 53 PD fuzes. Projectile is a copy of U.S. M309

223

NEG. 503007

Projectile fuzed mass: 5.94 kg Fuze: Type 6 PD Filler: TNT 0.71 kg
Figure 216. Chinese 75-mm HE Projectile Type ? (Variant II)

Using weapon(s): Recoilless rifles Types 52 and 56 Remarks: Fuze is same as former Soviet M-6 mortar fuze. Projectile is copy of US M309

224

Projectile fuzed mass: 6.51 kg Fuze: Type 8 PD Filler: RDX/Al 0.06 kg Penetrator: Steel
Figure 217. Chinese 76-mm AP-T Projectile Type 350

Using weapon(s): Field gun Type 54, former Soviet field gun ZIS-3, and tank gun D-56T for PT-76 tank Remarks: Can be found with other PD fuzes. Projectile is copy of former Soviet BR-350B

225

NEG. 502926

Projectile fuzed mass: 1.62 kg Fuze: Type 2 BD Filler: TNT 0.48 kg

Using weapon(s): AT grenade launcher Type 56 Remarks: Launcher has 40-mm bore. Projectile has 80-mm warhead. Projectile is copy of former Soviet PG-2

Figure 218. Chinese 40/80-mm HEAT Projectile Type 56

226

NEG. 502930

Projectile fuzed mass: 3.15 kg Fuze: Type 6 PD Filler: TNT/DNN 0.42 kg
Figure 219. Chinese 82-mm Frag Projectile Type M30

Using weapon(s): Mortar Type 53 Remarks: Fuze is copy former Soviet M-6. Projectile is copy of former Soviet 0-832 series

227

Projectile fuzed mass: 3.1 kg Filler: TNT/DNN 0.39 kg
Figure 220. Chinese 82-mm HE Projectile Type 53

Using weapon(s): Mortar Type 53 Remarks: None

228

NEG. 502934

Projectile fuzed mass: 2.95 kg Fuze: Type 4 BD Filler: RDX 0.42 kg
Figure 221. Chinese 82-mm HEAT Projectile Type 65

Using weapon(s): Recoilless gun Type 65 Remarks: None

229

Projectile fuzed mass: 3.54 kg Fuze: Type 3 PIBD Filler: RDX/TNT 0.45 kg
Figure 222. Chinese 82-mm HEAT-FS Projectile Type ?

Using weapon(s): Recoilless gun Type 65 Remarks: None

230

NEG. 521074

Projectile fuzed mass: 2.94 kg Fuze: Type 4 BD Filler: RDX/PETN 0.45 kg
Figure 223. Chinese 82-mm HEAT-FS Projectile Type 65 (Variant)

Using weapon(s): Recoilless gun Type 65 Remarks: PETN comprises lower part of main charge

231

Projectile fuzed mass: 3.5 kg Fuze: PD Filler: WP
Figure 224. Chinese 82-mm Smoke Projectile Type 53

Using weapon(s): Mortar Type 53 Remarks: None

232

NEG. 502935

Projectile fuzed mass: 9.23 kg Fuze: Type 2 BD Filler: RDX/Al 0.13 kg

Penetrator: Steel with a steel cap Using weapon(s): Field AT gun Type 56, tank guns Types 62 and 60/63 Remarks: Fuze is copy of former Soviet DBR-2

Figure 225. Chinese 85-mm APC-T Projectile Type 367

233

NEG. 520045

Projectile fuzed mass: 16.22 kg Fuze: Type 1 (artillery) BD Filler: TNT 0.75 kg

Using weapon(s): Field AT gun Type 56, tank guns Types 62 and 60/63, and AA gun Type 39 Remarks: Fuze is copy of former Soviet KTM-1. Projectile is copy of former Soviet 0-365K

Figure 226. Chinese 85-mm Frag Projectile Type 365K

234

NEG. U-INT.003679

Complete cartridge length: 945 mm Complete cartridge mass: 19.0 kg Projectile mass: 4.7 kg Projectile length: 532 mm
Figure 227. Chinese 100-mm APFSDS Munition Model Type 73

Penetrator: Steel Body Using weapon(s): D10 series tank guns Remarks: None

235

NEG. 520483

Projectile fuzed mass: 15.07 kg Fuze: Type 429 PD Filler: TNT 1.5 kg
Figure 228. Chinese 100-mm Frag-HE Projectile Type 412

Using weapon(s): D10 series tank guns Remarks: Shown without fuze. Projectile is copy of former Soviet OF-412

236

Projectile fuzed mass: 6.92 kg Fuze: MP-4 Filler: TNT/DNN 0.94 kg
Figure 229. Chinese 100-mm HE Projectile Type 71

Using weapon(s): Type 71 and Type 80 Remarks: None

237

Projectile fuzed mass: 8.3 kg Filler: TNT 1.3 kg
Figure 230. Chinese 107-mm HE Rocket Type 63-1

Using weapon(s): 12-tube launcher Types 63 and 63-1 Remarks: None

238

Projectile fuzed mass: 18.84 kg Fuze: Type 1 PD, MJ-1 Filler: TNT 1.3 kg
Figure 231. Chinese 107-mm HE Rocket Type 63-2

Using weapon(s): 12-tube launcher Types 63 and 63-1 Remarks: Fuze is modified copy of former Soviet V-25

239

NEG. U-INT.003492

Complete cartridge mass: 23.0 kg Projectile mass: 7.1 kg with sabot Penetrator: Monobloc tungsten alloy
Figure 232. Chinese 120-mm APFSDS-T Munition Model Unknown

Using weapon(s): 120-mm L44 German gun Remarks: None

240

Projectile mass: 16.0 kg Filler: TNT
Figure 233. Chinese 120-mm HE Munition Type 55

Using weapon(s): Chinese 120-mm Mortars Remarks: None

241

Projectile fuzed mass: 15.72 kg Fuze: Not shown, MT Filler: 46 g black powder, 2.04 kg illumination charge
Figure 234. Chinese 120-mm Illumination Projectile Type 55

Using weapon(s): Type 85, Type 90 Remarks: None

242

Using weapon(s): Type 54-1, Type 83, D-30 Remarks: None
Figure 235. Chinese 122-mm HE Projectile Type 54

243

Projectile fuzed mass: 20.63 kg Fuze: Not shown, MT Filler: 60 g black powder, 1.53 kg illumination charge
Figure 236. Chinese 122-mm Illumination Projectile Type 54

Using weapon(s): Type 54-1, Type 83, D-30 Remarks: None

244

NEG. U-INT.003493

Projectile charge assy length: 672 mm Projectile length: 546 mm Projectile mass: 7.3 kg with sabot, 4.0 kg without sabot
Figure 237. Chinese 125-mm APFSDS-T Projectile Model Unknown

Penetrator: Monobloc tungsten alloy Using weapon(s): D81 tank gun, 2A45M ATG Remarks: None

245

Projectile fuzed mass: 32.21 kg Fuze: Not shown, PD or Prox Filler: TNT 3.64 kg
Figure 238. Chinese 130-mm Frag-HE Projectile Type 59

Using weapon(s): Type 59-1 Remarks: None

246

Projectile fuzed mass: 27.9 kg Fuze: Not shown, MT Filler: 90 g black powder, 2.05 kg illumination charge
Figure 239. Chinese 130-mm Illumination Projectile Type 59

Using weapon(s): Type 59-1 Remarks: None

247

Projectile fuzed mass: 43.6 kg Fuze: Not shown, PD & Prox Filler: TNT 5.3 kg
Figure 240. Chinese 152-mm HE-Frag Projectile Type 66

Using weapon(s): Type 66, Type 83 Remarks: None

248

Projectile fuzed mass: 46.95 kg Fuze: Not shown, PD & Prox Filler: TNT 6.5 kg
Figure 241. Chinese 152-mm HE-Frag Projectile Type 83

Using weapon(s): Type 66, Type 83 Remarks: None

249

Fuze: Not shown, MT Filler: 100 g black powder, 2.38 kg illumination charge
Figure 242. Chinese 152-mm Illumination Projectile Type 66

Using weapon(s): Type 66, Type 83 Remarks: None

250

Using weapon(s): Man-portable, vehicle mounted Remarks: A, B, & C variants exists. Copy of Russian 9M14
Figure 243. Chinese ATGM Model Red Arrow 73

251

Tube length: 1566 mm Tube dia (max): 255 mm Missile length: 875 mm Wing span: 320 mm
Figure 244. Chinese 120-mm ATGM Model Red Arrow 8

Missile mass: 11.2 kg Using weapon(s): Crew portable, vehicle mounted Remarks: A, B, & C variants exists. Copy of Russian 9M14

252

Tube length: 1566 mm Tube dia (max): 255 mm Missile length: 1100 mm Wing span: 320 mm
Figure 245. Chinese 120-mm ATGM Model Red Arrow 8C

Missile mass: 11.2 kg Using weapon(s): Crew portable, vehicle mounted Remarks: None

253

Projectile fuzed mass: 0.75 kg Fuze: None Filler: None
Figure 246. Czechoslovak 37-mm AP-T Projectile Model BZT

Penetrator: Steel Using weapon(s): Former Soviet aircraft cannon Model N Remarks: Copy of former Soviet BZT projectile

254

NEG. 502945

Projectile fuzed mass: 0.73 kg Fuze: A-37 PDSD Filler: RDX/Al 0.04 kg
Figure 247. Czechoslovak 37-mm HEI-T Projectile Model OZT

Using weapon(s): Former Soviet aircraft cannon Model N Remarks: Copy of former Soviet OZT projectile

255

NEG. 502947

Projectile fuzed mass: 3.16 kg Fuze: MD-10 BD Filler: RDX 0.01 kg
Figure 248. Czechoslovak 57-mm AP-T Projectile

Using weapon(s): Former Soviet AT, APAT, AA, and assault guns Remarks: Copy of former Soviet BR-271 projectile

256

Using weapon(s): Mortar M1937, 1941, and M1943 Remarks: Mass is without fuze
Figure 249. Czechoslovak 82-mm HEAT Projectile Model T21

257

NEG. 502948

Projectile fuzed mass: 3.18 kg Fuze: Model ? PD Filler: TNT 0.57 kg
Figure 250. Czechoslovak 82-mm Frag Projectile

Using weapon(s): Mortar M1937, 1941, and M1943 Remarks: Mass is without fuze

258

NEG. 502950

Projectile fuzed mass: 8.36 kg Fuze: KTM-1U PD Filler: TNT 0.78 kg
Figure 251. Czechoslovak 85-mm Frag Projectile Model OF

Using weapon(s): Field gun K-52/K-55 and AA gun PLK-39 Remarks: Copy of former Soviet 0-365K projectile

259

NEG. 502952

Projectile fuzed mass: 16 kg Fuze: DZ-30 BD Filler: RDX 0.06 kg Penetrator: Steel with a steel cap
Figure 252. Czechoslovak 100-mm APC-T Projectile Model PSv

Using weapon(s): Field gun K-53, assault gun ShK-44, and tank guns T-54/T-55 Remarks: Similar to former Soviet BR-412D projectile

260

NEG. 520150

Projectile fuzed mass: 9.52 kg Fuze: NZ-42 PIBD Filler: RDX/TNT 0.95 kg
Figure 253. Czechoslovak 100-mm HEAT-FS Projectile Model PrSv

Using weapon(s): Field gun K-53, assault gun ShK-44, and tank guns T-54/T-55 Remarks: None

261

NEG. 502951

Projectile fuzed mass: 15.96 kg Fuze: NZ-10av PD Filler: TNT 1.59 kg
Figure 254. Czechoslovak 100-mm HE Projectile Model OF

Using weapon(s): Field gun K-53, assault gun ShK-44, and tank guns T-54/T-55 Remarks: Shown without fuze. Also uses NZ-10bv and NZ-11 fuzes

262

NEG. 502953

Projectile fuzed mass: 15.33 kg Fuze: MZ-30av PD Filler: TNT 2.04 kg
Figure 255. Czechoslovak 120-mm HE Projectile Model OF-A

Using weapon(s): Former Soviet mortars M1938 and M1943 Remarks: None

263

Projectile fuzed mass: 14.85 kg Fuze: ET Filler: RDX 1.45 kg
Figure 256. Slovak 122-mm DPICM Warhead TRNOVNIK

Using weapon(s): RM-70 Remarks: None

264

NEG. 502954

Projectile fuzed mass: 24.22 kg Fuze: NZ-60V PD Filler: TNT 2.33 kg
Figure 257. Czechoslovak 130-mm HE Rocket RP-2

Using weapon(s): Launcher M-51 Remarks: None

265

NEG. 000078

Projectile fuzed mass: 43.5 kg Fuze: NZ-11M PD Filler: TNT 6.45 kg
Figure 258. Czechoslovak 152-mm HE Projectile Model OF

Using weapon(s): Gun/how KH-37, how H18-47, SP gun/ how 1978 Remarks: Rotating band and seat are not dovetailed

266

Projectile fuzed mass: 38.10 kg Fuze: SP-52 PD Filler: TNT 4.21 kg
Figure 259. Finnish 160-mm HE Projectile Model M1955

Using weapon(s): Mortar M1953 Remarks: None

267

NEG. U-INT.003612

Complete cartridge length: 958 mm Complete cartridge mass: 9.9 kg Projectile mass: 3.3 kg vith sabot, 2.3 kg without sabot
Figure 260. French 90-mm APFSDS-T Munition Model OFL-90-F1

Penetrator: Monobloc tungsten alloy Using weapon(s): CN-90-F3 and CN-90-F4 guns Remarks: None

268

NEG. 502973

Projectile fuzed mass: 3.65 kg Fuze: G3E-A PIBD Filler: RDX/TNT 0.67 kg
Figure 261. French 90-mm HEAT Projectile Model 62

Using weapon(s): CN-90-F1, CN-90-F2, CN-90-F3, CN-90F4 Remarks: None

269

NEG. U-INT.003595

Using weapon(s): CN-90-F1, F2, F3, & F4 Remarks: Ballistically matched to the Model 62
Figure 262. French 90-mm HEAT-TP Munition Model BSCC

270

NEG. U-INT.003593

Complete cartridge length: 638 mm Complete cartridge mass: 8.95 kg Projectile mass: 5.3 kg Fuze: FUI-F1 or FUI-F2
Figure 263. French 90-mm HE Munition Model OE-90-F1

Filler: Hexolite 0.945kg Using weapon(s): CN-90-F1 gun Remarks: None

271

NEG. U-INT.003594

Complete cartridge length: 886 mm Complete cartridge mass: 10.4 kg Projectile mass: 5.4 kg Filler: 0.8 kg
Figure 264. French 90-mm Smoke Munition Model OFUM-90

Using weapon(s): CN-90-F1 & CN-90-F3 and CN-90-F4 gun Remarks: Same projectile is used in the F1 & F2 cartridge

272

Complete launcher mass: 7 kg Projectile mass: 1.8 kg Using weapon(s): AB-92 antitank rocket launcher
Figure 265. French 92-mm HEAT Projectile Model AB-92

Remarks: Tandem heat and terminal homing projectile under development

273

NEG. 532857

Complete cartridge length: 985 mm Complete cartridge mass: 17.1 kg Projectile mass: 5.8 kg with sabot, 3.8 kg without sabot
Figure 266. French 105-mm APFSDS-T Munition Model OFL-105-F1

Penetrator: Monobloc tungsten alloy Using weapon(s): CN-105-FL Remarks: Usable in L7

274

NEG. U-INT.003548

Complete cartridge mass: 12.8 kg Projectile mass: 3.8 kg without sabot Penetrator: Monobloc tungsten alloy
Figure 267. French 105-mm APFSDS-T Munition Model OFL-105-F3

Using weapon(s): CN-105-F2 Remarks: None

275

NEG. 502977

Projectile fuzed mass: 10.90 kg Fuze: G4A PIBD Filler: RDX/TNT 0.73 kg
Figure 268. French 105-mm HEAT Projectile Model 61 OCC

Using weapon(s): Howitzers 14/56 and AU50 SP; AMX-13 and AMX-30 tanks Remarks: Projectile is same as OCC-90-F1

276

NEG. 502978

Projectile fuzed mass: 13.44 kg Fuze: V-19 PD Filler: TNT 2.33 kg
Figure 269. French 120-mm HE-RA Projectile Model PEPA-ED (Type 1)

Using weapon(s): Mortar M1950 and M1960 Remarks: Also uses V-18-1 fuze. Shown with nose plug

277

NEG. 502979

Projectile fuzed mass: 16.99 kg Fuze: M557 Filler: RDX/TNT 2.7 kg
Figure 270. French 120-mm HE-RA Projectile Model PRPA

Using weapon(s): Mortar M61R Remarks: None

278

NEG. 502980

Projectile fuzed mass: 13 kg Fuze: V-18-1 PD Filler: TNT 2.68 kg
Figure 271. French 120-mm HE (Light) Projectile Model 44

Using weapon(s): Mortar M1951 and LT mortar M1960 Remarks: None

279

Projectile fuzed mass: 42.2 kg Filler: RDX/TNT 8.9 kg
Figure 272. French 155-mm HE Projectile Model OE-155-56/69

Using weapon(s): AU-F1 Remarks: None

280

Tube length: 1300 mm Tube dia (max): 175 mm Tube mass: 6.2 kg Missile length: 1275 mm Wing span: 310 mm
Figure 273. French 136-mm ATGM Model HOT

Missile mass: 21.8 kg Using weapon(s): Vehicle mounted, helicopter mounted Remarks: Codeveloped and also in service with the Germans

281

Tube length: 1300 mm Tube dia: 175 mm Tube mass: 6.2 kg Missile length: 1275 mm
Figure 274. French 150-mm ATGM Model HOT2

Wing span: 310 mm Missile mass: 23.0 kg Using weapon(s): Vehicle mounted, helicopter mounted Remarks: Codeveloped and also in service with the Germans

282

Tube length: 1300 mm Tube dia: 175 mm Tube mass: 6.2 kg Missile length: 1275 mm Wing span: 310 mm Missile mass: 23.0 kg
Figure 275. French 150-mm ATGM Model HOT3

Using weapon(s): Vehicle mounted, helicopter mounted Remarks: Codeveloped and also in service with the Germans. The HOT3 has a proximity fuse which ejects a small precursor warhead a meter from the target.

283

Tube length: 1200 mm Tube dia: 140 mm Tube mass: 4.6 kg Missile length: 770 mm
Figure 276. French 103-mm ATGM Model MILAN

Wing span: 265 mm Missile mass: 6.7 kg Using weapon(s): Crew portable, vehicle mounted Remarks: Codeveloped and also in service with the Germans

284

Tube length: 1200 mm Tube dia: 140 mm Tube mass: 4.6 kg Missile length: 893 mm
Figure 277. French 115-mm ATGM Model MILAN 2

Wing span: 265 mm Missile mass: 6.7 kg Using weapon(s): Crew portable, vehicle mounted Remarks: Codeveloped and also in service with Germany

285

Main warhead diameter: 117 mm Tube mass: 4.7 kg Missile length: 1200 mm Wing span: 265 mm Missile mass: 7.1 kg
Figure 278. French 115-mm ATGM Model MILAN 3

Using weapon(s): Crew portable tripod, vehicle mounted Remarks: Codeveloped and also in service with Germany. The Milan 3 has a small precursor warhead in the nose probe

286

Tube length: 926 mm Tube dia (max): 160 mm Missile length: 885 mm
Figure 279. French 136-mm ATGM Model ERYX

Missile mass: 9.8 kg Using weapon(s): Man portable Remarks: None

287

NEG. U-INT.000564

Complete cartridge mass: 7 kg Projectile mass: 3.8 kg Filler:

Using weapon(s): Panzerfaust-3 antitank weapon Remarks: Projectile shown in Panzerfaust-3 launcher

Figure 280. German 60/110-mm HEAT Projectile, Model PANZERFAUST 3

288

Projectile mass: 1.0 kg Filler: RDX, 0.16 kg
Figure 281. German 67-mm HEAT Projectile Model ARMBRUST

Using weapon(s): ARMBRUST antitank weapon Remarks: None

289

NEG. U-INT.003152

Penetrator: Monobloc tungsten alloy

Using weapon(s): D81 tank gun, 2A45M Remarks: UK L64 modified for 125 mm

Figure 282. Indian 125-mm APFSDS-T Projectile Model MK II

290

Projectile fuzed mass: 1.35 kg Fuze: PD Filler: TNT
Figure 283. Iraqi 60-mm HE Projectile Model M73

Using weapon(s): Mortar Remarks: None

291

Projectile fuzed mass: 43.0 kg Fuze: Not shown, PD & Prox Filler: TNT 7.86 kg
Figure 284. Iraqi 155-mm HE-Frag Projectile Model M1A1

Using weapon(s): G-5, GHN-45 Remarks: None

292

Projectile fuzed mass: 1.02 kg Fuze: Model ? PD Filler: TNG 0.16 kg
Figure 285. Israeli 52-mm HE Projectile Model MK 2/1

Using weapon(s): Soltam mortar Remarks: None

293

Projectile fuzed mass: 1.02 kg Fuze: Model ? PD Filler: TNT 0.17 kg
Figure 286. Israeli 52-mm HE Projectile Model ? (Variant)

Using weapon(s): Soltam mortar Remarks: Appears to be a variant of MK 2/1 projectile

294

Projectile fuzed mass: 0.91 kg Fuze: None Filler: WP 0.54 kg
Figure 287. Israeli 52-mm Smoke Projectile Model MK 1/2

Using weapon(s): Soltam mortar Remarks: None

295

Projectile fuzed mass: 0.83 kg Fuze: None Filler: Parachute and expelling charge 0.02 kg
Figure 288. Israeli 52-mm Illuminating Projectile Model ?

Using weapon(s): Soltam mortar Remarks: Filler mass is for expelling charge only

296

Projectile mass: 6.30 kg with sabot 4.2 kg without sabot Penetrator: Monobloc tungsten alloy with tungsten alloy slugs in the windscreen
Figure 289. Israeli 105-mm APFSDS-T Projectile Model M111

Using weapon(s): L7 series Remarks: Adopted by Germany as DM-23

297

Using weapon(s): Vehicle mounted, helicopter mounted Remarks: None
Figure 290. Israeli ATGM Model NIMROD

298

Missile length: 1560 mm Missile mass: 18.5 kg
Figure 291. Israeli 149-mm ATGM Model MAPATS

Using weapon(s): Crew portable, vehicle mounted Remarks: None

299

Using weapon(s): Crew portable, vehicle mounted Remarks: Also designated ATM-1
Figure 292. Japanese ATGM Model KAM-3D

300

Using weapon(s): Crew portable, vehicle mounted Remarks: Also designated ATM-2
Figure 293. Japanese ATGM Model JuMAT

301

Projectile fuzed mass: 1.77 kg Fuze: M-1 PD Filler: TNT/DNN 0.10 kg
Figure 294. North Korean 40/45-mm HE Projectile Model LCC-32

Using weapon(s): AT grenade launcher RPG-2 Remarks: Fuze is copy of former Soviet M-1

302

Projectile fuzed mass: 4.05 kg Fuze: GK-2 PD Filler: TNT/DNN 0.47 kg
Figure 295. North Korean 82-mm Frag Projectile Model 0-881

Using weapon(s): Recoilless gun B-10 Remarks: Copy of former Soviet 0-881 projectile

303

Projectile fuzed mass: 3.89 kg Fuze: GK-2 PIBD Filler: RDX 0.54 kg
Figure 296. North Korean 82-mm HEAT Projectile Model BK-881

Using weapon(s): Recoilless gun B-10 Remarks: Copy of former Soviet BK-881 projectile

304

Projectile fuzed mass: kg
Figure 297. North Korean 40/85-mm HE Projectile Model F-7

305

Complete cartridge mass: 20.0 kg Projectile mass: 4.9 kg without sabot Penetrator: Monobloc tungsten alloy
Figure 298. Pakistani 100-mm APDS Munition Model “100-mm APDS”

Using weapon(s): D10 series Remarks: Modified version of the UK 105-mm L28

306

Complete cartridge length: 1021 mm Complete cartridge mass: 20.2 kg Projectile mass: 5.0 kg with sabot, 3.6 kg without sabot

Using weapon(s): D10 series Remarks: Modified version of the UK 105mm L64

Figure 299. Pakistani 100-mm APFSDS-T Munition Model “100-mm APFSDS-T”

307

Using weapon(s): D10 series Remarks: None
Figure 300. Pakistani 100-mm HEAT Munition Model Unknown

308

Complete cartridge length: 948 mm Complete cartridge mass: 18.9 kg Projectile mass: 6.1 kg with sabot
Figure 301. Pakistani 105-mm APFSDS-T Munition Model L64A4

Penetrator: Monobloc tungsten alloy Using weapon(s): L7 gun series Remarks: Copy of UK 105-mm L64A4

309

Complete cartridge length: 940 mm Complete cartridge mass: 21.26 kg Projectile mass: 11.28 kg
Figure 302. Pakistani 105-mm HESH Munition Model L35

Filler: RDX 4.0 kg Using weapon(s): L7 gun series Remarks: Copy of UK L35

310

Projectile fuzed mass: 1.57 kg Fuze: DK-2 BD Filler: RDX/TNT 0.47 kg
Figure 303. Polish 40/80-mm HEAT Projectile Model PG-2

Using weapon(s): AT grenade launcher RPG-2 Remarks: Copy of former Soviet PG-2 projectile

311

Projectile fuzed mass: 3.87 kg Fuze: GK-2 PIBD Filler: RDX 0.46 kg
Figure 304. Polish 82-mm HEAT Projectile Model BK-881

Using weapon(s): Recoilless gun B-10 Remarks: Copy of former Soviet BK-881 projectile

312

Projectile fuzed mass: 21.76 kg Fuze: RGM-2 Pd (1938) and D-30 SP howitzer Filler: TNT 3.46 kg
Figure 305. Polish 122-mm Frag-HE Projectile Model OF-462

Using Weapon(s): Howitzer M-30, 2S1 and field gun A-19 Remarks: Copy of former Soviet OF-462 projectile

313

Projectile fuzed mass: 2.02 kg Fuze: VP-7 PIBD Filler: RDX 0.31 kg Using weapon(s): RPG-7 AT grenade launcher
Figure 306. Romanian 40/70-mm HEAT Projectile Model PG-7M

Remarks: Launcher is 40mm. Projectile has 70-mm warhead, otherwise is similar to former Soviet PG-7 grenade

314

Complete cartridge length: 776 mm Complete cartridge mass: 4.63 kg Projectile mass: 3.0 kg Fuze: PD
Figure 307. Romanian 73-mm HE Projectile Model 346-E

Filler: TNT .535 kg Using weapon(s): AG-9 Remarks: None

315

Projectile mass: 3.2 kg Fuze: PD Filler: TNT 0.71 kg
Figure 308. Romanian 82-mm HE Projectile Model O-832

Using weapon(s): M1937 Remarks: None

316

Using weapon(s): D10 series Remarks: None
Figure 309. Romanian 100-mm HEAT Munition Model Unknown

317

Penetrator: Monobloc tungsten alloy

Using weapon(s): CN-75-50 gun Remarks: None

Figure 310. Singapore 75-mm APFSDS Munition Model Unknown

318

Complete cartridge length: 876 mm Complete cartridge mass: 12.7 kg Projectile mass: 4.6 kg Fuze: PD Model M572
Figure 311. Singapore 75-mm HE Munition Model Unknown

Filler: TNT 0.6 kg Using weapon(s): CN-75-50 gun Remarks: None

319

Complete cartridge length: 873 mm Complete cartridge mass: 9.07 kg Penetrator: Monobloc tungsten alloy
Figure 312. South African 76-mm APFSDS-T Munition

Using weapon(s): Oto Melara 76-mm gun Remarks: None

320

Complete cartridge length: 908 mm Complete cartridge mass: 12.5 kg Projectile fuzed mass: 6.6 kg Fuze: PD
Figure 313. South African 76-mm HE Munition Model Unknown

Filler: TNT 0.6 kg Using weapon(s): Oto Melara 76 mm Remarks: None

321

Using weapon(s): FT-5 antitank rocket launcher Remarks: Standard heat rocket for FT-5 shown in canister
Figure 314. South African 92-mm HEAT Projectile Model ?

322

Using weapon(s): FT-5 antitank rocket launcher Remarks: Tandem heat warhead
Figure 315. South African 92-mm Tandem HEAT Projectile Model ?

323

Using weapon(s): FT-5 antitank rocket launcher Remarks: Multipurpose warhead
Figure 316. South African 92-mm HE Multipurpose Projectile Model ?

324

Complete cartridge length: 1004 mm Complete cartridge mass: 23 kg Projectile mass: 14.2 kg
Figure 317. South African 105-mm HE Munition Model Unknown

Filler: TNT 2.0 kg Using weapon(s): L7 gun series Remarks: None

325

Projectile fuzed mass: 47.8 kg (max) Fuze: M841 PD Filler: TNT/RDX 0.7 kg
Figure 318. South African 155-mm M1A1 ERFB-BB Projectile

Using weapon(s): Gun howitzers G-5 and G-6 (SP) Remarks: Illustrated without fuze. Also uses M8513A1 radio proximity fuze

326

Tube length: 1600 mm Tube diameter: 200 mm Tube mass: 7.2 kg Missile length: 1220 mm
Figure 319. South African 127-mm ATGM Model ZT-3

Missile mass: 17.6 kg Charge mass: 2.5 kg Using weapon(s): Crew portable, vehicle mounted Remarks: None

327

Tube length: 1600 mm Tube diameter: 200 mm Tube mass: 7.2 kg
Figure 320. South African 127-mm ATGM Model ZT-3.5

Missile length: 1450 mm Using weapon(s): Crew portable, vehicle mounted Remarks: Tandem version of the ZT-3

328

Tube length: 1600 mm Tube diameter: 200 mm Tube mass: 7.2 kg Missile length: 1220 mm Missile mass: 17.6 kg
Figure 321. South African 127-mm ATGM Model SWIFT

Charge mass: 2.5 kg Using weapon(s): Crew portable, vehicle mounted, helicopter mounted Remarks: None

329

Complete cartridge length: 996 mm Complete cartridge mass: 18.0 kg Penetrator: Monobloc tungsten alloy
Figure 322. Spanish 105-mm APFSDS Munition Model Unknown

Using weapon(s): L7 series guns Remarks: Copy of Israeli M111

330

Complete cartridge length: 1015 mm Complete cartridge mass: 22.0 kg Projectile mass: 10.7 kg
Figure 323. Spanish 105-mm HEAT Munition Model Unknown

Filler: 1.5 kg Using weapon(s): L7 gun series Remarks: None

331

Filler: TNT 3.1 kg

Using weapon(s): Mortar Remarks: None

Figure 324. Spanish 120-mm HE Projectile Model M-75N

332

Projectile fuzed mass: 2.02 kg Fuze: M-48 PIBD Filler: 0.59 kg RDX/TNT
Figure 325. Swedish 84-mm HEAT Projectile Model 48

Using weapon(s): Recoilless rifle M-48 (M2) Remarks: None

333

Projectile fuzed mass: 1.75 kg Fuze: PIBD Filler: RDX/TNT 0.59 kg
Figure 326. Swedish 84-mm HEAT Projectile Model 59

Using weapon(s): Recoilless rifle M-48 (M2) Remarks: None

334

Complete cartridge mass: 4.0 kg Projectile mass: 3.2 kg
Figure 327. Swedish 84-mm HEAT Projectile, Model FFV-751

Using weapon(s): Carl Gustaf recoilless rifle Remarks: Tandem heat warhead

335

Complete cartridge mass: 3.3 kg Projectile mass: 2.5 kg
Figure 328. Swedish 84-mm HEDP Projectile Model FFV-502

Using weapon(s): Carl Gustaf recoilless rifle Remarks: Projectile has dual mode fuze

336

Projectile mass: 6.31 kg with sabot Penetrator: Tungsten carbide
Figure 329. Swedish 105-mm APDS-T Projectile Model M62

Using weapon(s): STRV-103S tank gun L-62 Remarks: None

337

Tube length: 1600 mm Tube diameter: 225 mm Tube mass: 9.3 kg Missile length: 900 mm Wing span: 410 mm
Figure 330. Swedish 150-mm ATGM Model BILL

Missile mass: 10.7 kg Charge mass: 1.5 kg Using weapon(s): Crew portable, vehicle mounted Remarks: Also designated RB556

338

Projectile fuzed mass: 0.55 kg Fuze: BZD 342 BDSD Filler: 0.022 kg
Figure 331. Swiss 35-mm SAPHEI-T Projectile Model PLD 044

Using weapon(s): Oerlikon KDA, KDB, KDC, KDE, and KDF cannon Remarks: Cartridge designated PMD 044

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Projectile mass: 0.380 kg Penetrator: Tungsten carbide

Using weapon(s): Oerlikon KDA, KDB, KDC, KDE, and KDF cannon Remarks: Cartridge designated PMD 038

Figure 332. Swiss 35-mm APDS-T Projectile Model TLD 038

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Projectile mass: 0.38 kg Penetrator:

Using weapon(s): Oerlikon KDA, KDB, KDC, KDE, and KDF cannon Remarks: Cartridge designated PMD 049

Figure 333. Swiss 35-mm APDS-T Projectile Model TLD 049

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Projectile mass: 0.38 kg Penetrator: Monobloc tungsten alloy

Using weapon(s): Oerlikon KDA, KDB, KDC, KDE, and KDF cannon Remarks: Cartridge designated PMD 060. Black Plastic sabot

Figure 334. Swiss 35-mm APFSDS Projectile Model TLD 060

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Projectile mass: 0.375 kg Penetrator:

Using weapon(s): Oerlikon KDA, KDB, KDC, KDE, and KDF cannon Remarks: Cartridge designated PMD 055. Black plastic sabot

Figure 335. Swiss 35-mm FAPDS Projectile Model TLD 055

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Projectile fuzed mass: 0.535 kg Fuze: KZD 338 PDSD Filler: 0.098 kg
Figure 336. Swiss 35-mm HEI-T Projectile Model MLD 040

Using weapon(s): Oerlikon KDA, KDB, KDC, KDE, and KDF cannon Remarks: Cartridge designated PMD 040

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Projectile fuzed mass: 0.55 kg Fuze: KZD 338 PDSD Filler: 0.112 kg
Figure 337. Swiss 35-mm HEI Projectile Model MSD 042

Using weapon(s): Oerlikon KDA, KDB, KDC, KDE, and KDF cannon Remarks: Cartridge designated PMD 042

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Projectile fuzed mass: 0.55 kg Fuze: KZD 366 Prox/PDSD Filler: 0.112 kg

Using weapon(s): Oerlikon KDA, KDB, KDC, KDE, and KDF cannon Remarks: Cartridge designated PMD 054. “IP” refers to the Impact/Proximaty fuze function

Figure 338. Swiss 35-mm HEI-IP Projectile Model MSD 054

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Projectile fuzed mass: 0.55 kg Fuze: BZD 357 BDSD Filler: 0.1 kg
Figure 339. Swiss 35-mm HEI Projectile Model SSD 048

Using weapon(s): Oerlikon KDA, KDB, KDC, KDE, and KDF cannon Remarks: Cartridge designated PMD 048

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Projectile fuzed mass: 0.55 kg Fuze: BZD 363 BDSD Filler: 0.1 kg
Figure 340. Swiss 35-mm HEI Projectile Model SSD 052

Using weapon(s): Oerlikon KDA, KDB, KDC, KDE, and KDF cannon Remarks: Cartridge designated PMD 052

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Complete cartridge length: 927 mm Complete cartridge mass: 18.0 kg Projectile mass: 5.8 kg with sabot, 3.6 kg without sabot
Figure 341. Turkish 105-mm APFSDS Munition Model FP105

Penetrator: Monobloc tungsten alloy Using weapon(s): L7 series guns Remarks: Copy of FP105

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Fuze: PD M51A5, M557 Filler: TNT
Figure 342. Turkish 105-mm HE Munition Model 233

Using weapon(s): L7 gun series Remarks: None

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Fuze: M51A5 Filler: Inert
Figure 343. Turkish 105-mm HE-TP Munition Model 234

Using weapon(s): L7 gun series Remarks: Ballistically matched to Model 233

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Complete cartridge length: 527 mm Complete cartridge mass: 7.34 kg Filler: RDX 1.08 kg
Figure 344. British 76-mm HE-T Munition Model L24

Using weapon(s): L5 and L23 guns Remarks: None

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Complete cartridge length: 533 mm

Using weapon(s): L5 and L23 guns Remarks: Ballistically matched to the L29 HE

Figure 345. British TP-HE Munition Model L25

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Complete cartridge length: 539 mm Complete cartridge mass: 7.42 kg Filler: RDX 0.93 kg
Figure 346. British 76-mm HESH Munition Model L29

Using weapon(s): L5 and L23 guns Remarks: None

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Complete cartridge length: 399 mm Complete cartridge mass: 6.69 kg Filler: 816 steel pellets
Figure 347. British 76-mm CANISTER Munition Model L33

Using weapon(s): L5 and L23 guns Remarks: None

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Complete cartridge length: 588 mm Complete cartridge mass: 10.2 kg
Figure 348. British 76-mm SMOKE Munition Model L32

Using weapon(s): L5 and L23 guns Remarks: None

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Penetrator: Monobloc tungsten alloy

Using weapon(s): CKL Mk III Remarks: None

Figure 349. British 90-mm APFSDS Munition Model RO964

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Complete cartridge length: 245 mm Complete cartridge mass: 7.3 kg Projectile fuzed mass: 4.1 kg Fuse: PIBD
Figure 350. British 90-mm HEAT Munition Model RO907

Filler: Comp B 0.5 kg Using weapon(s): CKL Mk III Remarks: Copy of Belgian NR 478

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Filler: Inert

Using weapon(s): Cockerill Mk III gun Remarks: Ballistically matched to the RO907

Figure 351. British 90-mm HEAT-TP Munition Model RO940

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Complete cartridge length: 591 mm Complete cartridge mass: 7.4 kg Fuse: BD
Figure 352. British 90-mm HESH-T Munition Model RO929

Filler: Comp A3 1.23 kg Using weapon(s): CKL Mk III Remarks: Copy of Belgian NR 445 munition

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Complete cartridge length: 635 mm Complete cartridge mass: 8.3 kg Projectile fuzed mass: 5.1 kg Fuse: PD
Figure 353. British 90-mm HE-T Munition Model RO924

Filler: TNT 1.05 kg Using weapon(s): CKL Mk III Remarks: Copy of Belgian NR 501 munition

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Complete cartridge mass: 11.0 kg Projectile fuzed mass: 8.5 kg Fuse: PD
Figure 354. British 90-mm HE-APERS-T Munition Model RO925

Using weapon(s): CKL Mk III Remarks: Copy of Belgian NR 219 munition

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Using weapon(s): CKL Mk III Remarks: Copy of Belgian NR 125 munition
Figure 355. British 90-mm Canister Munition Model RO933

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Complete cartridge length: 635 mm Complete cartridge mass: 8.7 kg Filler: WP
Figure 356. British 90-mm SMOKE Munition Model RO932

Using weapon(s): CKL Mk III Remarks: Copy of Belgian NR 502 munition

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Complete cartridge length: 838 mm Complete cartridge mass: 19.1 kg Projectile mass: 6.5 kg with sabot
Figure 357. British 105-mm APDS-T Munition Model L52

Penetrator: Monobloc tungsten alloy Using weapon(s): L7 series guns Remarks: None

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Using weapon(s): L7 gun Remarks: Ballistically matched to the L52
Figure 358. British 105-mm TPDS-T Munition Model L63

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Complete cartridge length: 948 mm Complete cartridge mass: 18.5 kg Projectile mass: 6.1 kg with sabot, 3.6 kg without sabot
Figure 359. British 105-mm APFSDS Munition Model L64

Penetrator: Monobloc tungsten alloy Using weapon(s): L7 series guns Remarks: None

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Complete cartridge length: 990 mm Complete cartridge mass: 18.5 kg Projectile mass: 6.1 kg with sabot, 3.6 kg without sabot
Figure 360. British 105-mm APFSDS Munition Model H6/62

Penetrator: Monobloc tungsten alloy Using weapon(s): L7 series guns Remarks: None

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Complete cartridge length: 939 mm Complete cartridge mass: 21.2 kg Projectile mass: 11.3 kg Fuse: BD L19 or L56
Figure 361. British 105-mm HESH Munition Model L35

Filler: RDX 2.1 kg Using weapon(s): L7 series guns Remarks: None

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Complete cartridge length: 925 mm Complete cartridge mass: 21.2 kg Fuse: BD L19 or L56
Figure 362. British 105-mm HESH-TP Munition Model L38

Filler: Inert Using weapon(s): L7 series guns Remarks: Ballistically matched to the L35 HESH

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Complete cartridge length: 927 mm Complete cartridge mass: 26.4 kg Projectile mass: 19.6 kg
Figure 363. British 105-mm Smoke Munition Model L39

Fuse: Time Using weapon(s): L7 series guns Remarks: None

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Projectile mass: 10.4 kg with sabot, 7.5 kg without sabot Penetrator: Monobloc tungsten alloy
Figure 364. British 120-mm APDS Munition Model L15

Using weapon(s): L11 gun Remarks: None

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Projectile mass: 5.8 kg without sabot Core material: Steel
Figure 365. British 120-mm TPDS-T Projectile Model L20

Using weapon(s): L11 gun Remarks: Ballistically matched to the L15

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Projectile mass: 7.9 kg with sabot Penetrator: Monobloc tungsten alloy
Figure 366. British 120-mm APFSDS Munition Model L23

Using weapon(s): L11 gun Remarks: None

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Projectile length: 503 mm Projectile mass: 17.1 kg Filler: RDX 4.1 kg
Figure 367. British 120-mm HESH Projectile Model L31

Using weapon(s): L11 gun Remarks: None

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Projectile length: 500 mm Projectile mass: 17.1 kg Filler type and mass: Either inert or with live fuze and flush pellet
Figure 368. British 120-mm S.H. PRAC Projectile Model L32

Using weapon(s): L11 gun Remarks: Ballistically matched to L31

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Using weapon(s): Vehicle mounted Remarks: None
Figure 369. British ATGM Model Swingfire

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Projectile fuzed mass: 3.23 kg Fuze: Type II base/time Filler: TNT 0.6 kg
Figure 370. Vietnamese 82-mm HE Projectile Model B1

Using weapon(s): Chinese mortars Types 20 and 53 and former Soviet M1937 Remarks: Projectile has payload of 240 steel fragments

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Projectile fuzed mass: 1.35 kg Fuze: M55 PP Filler: TNT 0.1 kg
Figure 371. Yugoslav 60-mm HE Projectile Model M57

Using weapon(s): M57 mortar Remarks: None

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Projectile fuzed mass: 6.20 kg Fuze: KTM-1 PD Filler: TNT 0.63 kg
Figure 372. Yugoslav 76-mm HE Projectile Model OF-350

Using weapon(s): Mountain gun M-48 Remarks: Shown with nose plug

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Projectile fuzed mass: 3.35 kg Fuze: PSM No. 4, MK-1 PD Filler: TNT 0.71 kg
Figure 373. Yugoslav 81-mm HE Projectile Model M66

Using weapon(s): Mortar M-5 Remarks: Charge mass includes a 46-gram supplementary TNT charge

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Projectile fuzed mass: 2.94 kg Fuze: M70P1 PD Filler: TNT 0.66 kg
Figure 374. Yugoslav 81-mm HE-Frag Projectile Model M72

Using weapon(s): Mortar M-5 Remarks: None

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Projectile fuzed mass: 3.31 kg Fuze: UT M45P1 PD Filler: TNT 0.46 kg
Figure 375. Yugoslav 82-mm HE Projectile Model M31

Using weapon(s): Mortar M-31, M-68, and Type 52 Remarks: None

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Projectile fuzed mass: 3.3 kg Fuze: Not shown, PD Filler: TNT 0.54 kg
Figure 376. Yugoslav 82-mm HE Projectile Model M48P1

Using weapon(s): M-69A Remarks: None

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Projectile fuzed mass: 3.05 kg Fuze: M68P1 Filler: WP
Figure 377. Yugoslav 82-mm Smoke Projectile Model M74

Using weapon(s): Mortar M-31, M-68, and Type 52 Remarks: None

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Projectile fuzed mass: 15.73 kg Fuze: M557 PD Filler: TNT 2.2 kg
Figure 378. Yugoslav 105-mm HE Projectile Model M1

Using weapon(s): M56, M101 Remarks: None

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Projectile fuzed mass: 15.91 kg Fuze: B-45TU PD Filler: TNT 3.10 kg
Figure 379. Yugoslav 120-mm HE Projectile Model 49

Using weapon(s): Mortar UB M-52 Remarks: Fuze is modified Brandt 1945 design

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Projectile fuzed mass: 12.21 kg Fuze: UTU-M45 PD Filler type and mass: TNT 2.5 kg
Figure 380. Yugoslav 120-mm HE Projectile Model 56

Using weapon(s): Mortar UB M-52 Remarks: Fuze is copy of 1945 Brandt

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Projectile fuzed mass: 14.72 kg Fuze: M78 PD Filler: TNT 2.92 kg
Figure 381. Yugoslav 120-mm HE-Frag RAP Mortar Projectile

Using weapon(s): Mortar M-74, M-75 Remarks: None

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Projectile fuzed mass: 21.09 kg Fuze: Not Shown, PD and Prox Filler: TNT 3.63 kg
Figure 382. Yugoslav 122-mm HE Projectile Model HE-462J

Using weapon(s): D-30J Remarks: None

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Projectile length: 550 mm Projectile mass: 5.86 kg with sabot, 3.82 kg without sabot Penetrator: Steel body with a tungsten carbide core
Figure 383. Yugoslav 125-mm APFSDS Projectile Model M88

Using weapon(s): D81 gun, 2A45M ATG Remarks: Copy of Russian BM-15

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Projectile length: 680 mm Projectile mass: 19.1 kg Filler: 1.75 kg of Octogen
Figure 384. Yugoslav 125-mm HEAT Projectile Model M88

Using weapon(s): D81 tank gun, 2A45M ATG Remarks: Copy of Russian Bk-14M

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Projectile length: 615 mm unfuzed, 670 mm fuzed Projectile mass: 21.19 kg Filler: TNT 3.3 kg
Figure 385. Yugoslav 125-mm Frag-HE Projectile Model M86

Using weapon(s): D81 tank gun, 2A45M ATG Remarks: Copy of Russian OF-19

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Projectile fuzed mass: 8.43 kg Fuze: Not shown, PD and Prox Filler: TNT 2.43 kg
Figure 386. Yugoslav 128-mm HE-Frag Rocket Warhead Model M63

Using weapon(s): M-63 Remarks: None

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Projectile fuzed mass: 33.45 kg Fuze: Not shown, PD and Prox Filler: TNT 3.6 kg
Figure 387. Yugoslav 130-mm HE-Frag Projectile Model M79

Using weapon(s): M-46 Remarks: None

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Appendix A Transliteration of Russian Alphabet

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Appendix B Glossaries of Foreign Projectile Terms
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