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Body materiel -------------------- Steel Color -------------------------------- Olive Drab w yellow markings and black band Cartridge case--------------------M94B1 Type --------------------------------- M26 Weight------------------------------ 7.86 lb Primer --------------------------------- M57 Fuze Maximum range---------------------7,515 yd Muzzle velocity---------------------- 1,635 fps Lower limit-------------------------40 F Upper limit------------------------+ 125 F Lower...

Apfsdst

Weight ---------------------------- 46.22 lb Length ---------------------------- 38.75 in. Assembly drawing ------------ 12527400 Color ------------------------------ Black w white Lower limit---------------------- -25 F (-32 C) Upper limit ---------------------- +120 F (+49 C) Lower limit ---------------------- -50 F (-46 C) Upper limit ---------------------- +145 F (+63 C)

Ar A

Burning potassium and propellant serves to modify the flashing of gases at the muzzle of the weapon. The result is a reduction in brilliance and of the blast overpressure at the muzzle. Assembly Dwg. No. Temperature Limits Firing Lower limit ------------------------ -40 F Upper limit------------------------ + 125 F Potassium sulphate or potassium nitrate Black powder - M47 (M55), M2, M2A1 (M115), M2A1E1 (Ml 15) Lower limit ------------------------ -80 F (for Upper limit ------------------------...

Ar I

Cartridge, 40mm High Velocity Canister Cartridge (also known as HVCC or the 40mm Canister Cartridge) is used against personnel out to 100 meters from the weapon. It is used with the Mk19 MOD 3 Grenade Machine Gun (GMG). The cartridge is a fixed round of ammunition consisting of a projectile assembly and a cartridge case assembly. The projectile has an aluminum sabot body with 113 steel flechettes, an aluminum nosecap, a pusher cap, valve plate, spring, bore rider retaining disk, rubber pad,...

Ar

This blank cartridge is provided for saluting purposes and simulated firing in 90mm guns. The cartridge consists of a cartridge case, a primer, and a charge of black powder. A polystyrene closing cup is used to seal the charge inside the case. After the primer is initiated by the firing pin of the weapon, the black powder charge is ignited producing a loud report and flash. Type -------------------------------- Blank Weight ----------------------------- 8.23 lb Length...

Arwb

This cartridge is intended for screening and spotting fire from 105mm gun cannons. There is some limited incendiary effect. The thin walled projectile is cylindrical in shape with a relatively short ogive and is fitted with two gilding metal rotating bands. The projectile is loaded with white phosphorous (WP), and has a base-detonating fuze and an extended tracer. The shell contains a centrally oriented burster of Composition B. To increase in flight stability at temperatures above + 110 F the...

Cartridge Millimeter Smoke W M

This cartridge is a smoke round for the 60mm M224 mortar and is used for spotting purposes. The cartridge has a point-detonating fuze, a burster charge, white phosphorus (WP) filler, a thin walled shell, fin assembly, a four increment propelling charge, and an ignition cartridge. Loaded fin-end first into the mortar barrel, the cartridge slides down the barrel and strikes the firing pin. The ignition cartridge functions and ignites the propelling charge. Combustion gases from the ignition...

Cartridge Millimeter Smoke W Xm With Fuze Pointdetonating M

This cartridge is a smoke, white phosphorous (WP) round developed for use in the Ml 20 and M121 120mm mortar system. It is intended for use as an incendiary device and to produce a screen. The complete round consists of a fuze, propellant charge, fin assembly, ignition cartridge, and shell body. The shell body, made of wrought carbon steel, is loaded with WP filler. The ignition cartridge has a percussion primer and is assembled to the end of the fin assembly. The propellant charge is contained...

Cartridge Millimeter Training M

This cartridge is used for training in the loading and firing of the 81mm mortar. Unlike other mortar ammunition, the components of this round are issued separately to facilitate replacement of damaged, worn, or expended parts. The complete round consists of an inert projectile, a fin assembly, and an ignition cartridge. The pear-shaped, cast iron projectile has no provision for a fuze and is internally threaded at the base to accept the fin assembly. When the cartridge is loaded it slides down...

Chapter Ammunition For Howitzers

Cartridge, 75 Millimeter Dummy, M19 or Cartridge, 75 Millimeter HE, Cartridge, 75 Millimeter Blank, M337A2 (M337A1E1) M337A1, and Cartridge, 105 Millimeter Dummy, Cartridge, 105 Millimeter Smoke, WP, M60 Cartridge, 105 Millimeter Agent, H or HD, Cartridge, 105 Millimeter TP-T, M67 Cartridge, 105 Millimeter Smoke H. C., BE, M84 Cartridge, 105 Millimeter HEAT-T, M662 Cartridge, 105 Millimeter Leaflet, Cartridge, 105 Millimeter Illuminating, M314, M314A2,

Con Msr

Mechanical Time and Superquick Fuze M548 is a dual purpose type used with projectiles when a choice between timed and superquick action is desired. The fuze housing is a steel ogive composed of the head, lower cap, fuze body, and safety adapter. A point detonator assembly contained in the head consists of firing pin with support cup, a detent safety mechanism with adapter assembly, and a (SQ) detonator. The rotatable lower cap has a scale graduated from 0 to 100 seconds and contains a hammer...

Cont

This projectile is used for illuminating a desired point or area. The complete round consists of a body tube and tail cone assembly, an illuminant candie, and parachute assembly a time fuze with a built in expelling charge, a fin assembly with propellant charge, and an ignition cartridge with percussion primer. The nose of the thin-walled steel tubing body is fitted with a steel adapter and internally threaded to accept the fuze. The tail cone is internally threaded to accept the tin assembly,...

Description

The 155mm Smoke WP, Ml 10, and M110E1 projectiles consist essentially of a steel shell (casing) containing an M6 burster loaded with tetrytol running through the center of the shell, and an explosive filler of 15. 6 lb WP (white phosphorous). An adapter in the nose of the projectile is threaded to receive the fuze. For shipping and handling, a lifting plug is installed in the nose fuze cavity. A rotating band encircles the projectile case near the base and is protected by a grommet for shipment...

Description TypeDummy

Weight ----------------------------- 4.75 lb The cartridge consists of a modified serv- Length ----------------------------- 17.6 in. ice projectile and a modified cartridge case. Cannon used with -------------M1 series, M2 The projectile is inert and is fitted with a series, MK1 dummy nose fuze. The cartridge case has a (Navy) base plug in place of a primer, and a copper Projectile rivet is centered in the base plug to avoid dam- Body material-------------------Steel age to the firing pin of...

Difference Between Models

The projectile body of the M362 is of forged steel. Cube ---------------------------------l.4 cu ft Weight, w fuze ------------------- 9.42 lb Length, w fuze------------------- 20.838 in. Cannon used with --------------- M1,M29, Body material -------------------- M3621, cast Color -------------------------------- Olive drab Filler and weight ---------------- Comp B, Ignition cartridge --------------- M66 Propellant charge --------------- M5 Percussion primer -------------- M71, M71A1 Fin...

Dodac

UNO serial number UNO proper shipping name feet, depending upon the weapon and charge being fired. Upon firing, centrifugal force is utilized to arm the fuze. Centrifugal force retracts the detents holding the rotor in the unarmed position allowing it to turn against the gear train mechanism which controls the turning speed of the rotor until the rotor is in the armed position. Once in the armed position the rotor is locked in position by a spring loaded pin and the Rotor M17 detonator is...

Dodac D

UNO serial number----------------- 0168 UNO proper shipping name ------- Projectiles Assembly drawing number-------- 9280132 (Pallet) TM 9-1300-251-20& P TM 9-1300-251-34& P AMC-P 700-3-3 EM 0007 M201 Cannon (M110A1 SP Weapon)' Muzzle Chargel Charge 2 Charge 3 Charge 4 Charge 5 Charge 5 Charge 6 Charge 7 M188, White bag M201E1 Cannon (M110A2 SP Howitzer) Maximum Range '

Dodac N

UNO serial number ---------------- 0408 UNO proper shipping name ----- Fuzes, detonating Drawing number -------------------11707173 The fuze may not be fired at Charge 7 in 105mm howitzers, except under combat emergency conditions. Proximity of other masses to the target area, such as crests or ridges, air observation posts, nearby bursts or fragments experienced when firing volley, salvo, or rapid fire from adjacent weapons, may cause early fuze initiation. The M514A3 fuze is limited in...

Dodacc

Drawing number ------------------ 8858640 Since the burster in this ammunition is loaded with tetrytol, it is not to be stored or fired at temperatures exceeding + 125 F. Store and transport WP rounds at temperatures below 111.4 F (melting point of WP). If impractical, store rounds on bases so that if WP melts it will resolidify with void space in normal position in nose of projectile. Erratic performance may occur if voids exist inside the WP filler.

Eric K Shinseki General United States Army Chief of Staff

DISTRIBUTION To be distributed in accordance with the initial distribution number (IDN) 340848 requirements for TM 430001-28. DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY NO. 7 Washington, DC, 15 September 2000 ARMY AMMUNITION DATA SHEETS FOR ARTILLERY AMMUNITION GUNS, HOWITZERS, MORTARS, RECOILLESS RIFLES, GRENADE LAUNCHERS AND ARTILLERY FUZES (Federal Supply Class, 1310, 1315, 1320, 1390) DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A Approved for public release distribution is unlimited. TM 43-0001-28, dated 28 April 1994, is changed...

Functioning

When the cartridge is released, it slides down the mortar tube until the percussion primer strikes the firing pin. The flash from the primer ignites the ignition cartridge which, in turn, ignites the propelling charge. The gases from the propelling charge exert pressure on the pressure plate at the base of the projectile which expands the rotating disc, engaging it in the rifling of the tube. The spin, imparted to the projectile as it leaves the weapon, stabilizes it in flight. The functioning...

Dfu

This projectile is part of the new family of ballistically similar 155mm Howitzer ammunition. It will eventually replace the 155mm HE M107 projectile. The M795 projectile will be utilized to provide conventional support fires for division corps elements The configuration of the M795 projectile will be similar to the M483A1 externally, except that it is two inches shorter. The M795 projectile consists of 23.8 pounds of TNT explosive loaded into a 78.1 pound body assembly. A gilding metal...

Svh

explosive Approx weight 103.4 lb - 46.90 kg in. (84.33 cm) Cannons used M185, M199, Body material Steel, HF-1 drab w yel- Filler and weight TNT 23.8 lb Propelling charge M3A1, M4A2, *Trilateral cartridges 1, 2, 3 M185, M199, Fuze (PD) M557, M739 M582 Maximum 22 to 24 kilometers Minimum (indirect fire) (M198 Howitzer) 1800 to 2800 meters at 200 mils quadrant 2600 to 3600 meters at high angle Propellant Muzzle Velocity (M185 M199 Cannon)

Info

**Charge 0 is the ignition cartridge only **Charge 0 is the ignition cartridge only Charge 1 is the ignition cartridge and one increment charge Charge 4 is the ignition cartridge and 4 increment charges. Excessive short rounds may occur when this round is fired at temperatures below 0 F. Maximum allowable rate of fire 30 rounds-per minute for periods not exceeding 1 minute 18 rounds-per-minute for periods not exceeding 4 minutes 8 rounds-per-minute indefinitely. Store and transport WP rounds at...

Insert Latest Changed Pages Destroy Superseded Pages

NOTE The portion of the text affected by the changes is indicated by a vertical line in the outer margins of the page. Changes to illustrations are indicated by a vertical line adjacent to the identification number. Dates of issue for original and changed pages are Original 0 28 April 1994 Change 1 30 May 1995 Change 2 30 August 1996 Change 3 31 July 1996 Change 4 1 March 1999 Change 5 4 January 2000 Change 6 15 March 2000 Change 7 15 September 2000 Change 8 30 August 2001 Change 9 10 December...

Key To Abbreviations And Symbols

APC -------------- Armor piercing capped APDS ------------ Armor piercing, discarding CS----------------- A tactical riot control agent DS ----------------- Discarding sabot GB Nonpersistent toxic (casualty) HC ----------------- Hexachloroethane-zinc HD ---------------- Distilled mustard gas HT---------------- Mixture of HD& T HEAT ------------ High explosive antitank HEAT-T-MP ---- High explosive antitank with HEDP ------------ High explosive dual purpose HEI --------------- High explosive...

M

Fin assembly ---------------------- M24 Packing -------------------------------- 1 round per wax treated fiber container 3 containers in wirebound box Weight ------------------------------ 42 lb Dimensions ----------------------- 23-11 16 x Cube --------------------------------- cu ft Quantity-distance class ---------- (08) 1.2 DOT shipping class ----------------A DOT designation ------------------- AMMUNITION FOR CANNON WITH

M K

MK11 Bursting charge ----------------Pressed TNT Faze --------------------------------PD-MK27 (M3 or M3A1) M27, M71 (MK11, MK11 Mod 2) Maximum range ----------------SD, MK2 (2870 fps) 4300 yd (tracer burnout) SD, MK2 (2700 fps) 5700 yd (tracer burnout) Lower limit ---------------------40 F Upper limit--------------------+125 F Lower limit-------------------- -80 F (for period Upper limit -------------------- + 160 F (for *Packing (Navy )------------------- 4 cartridges per charger clip 4 clips...

M Mb Ma

Expelling BP in BP plastic BP in charge cloth bag cup encased plastic Nose Thd 1.7 x 14 1.7x 14 2 x 12 TPI TPI TPI Spacers Chipboard Chipboard Aluminum Filler Chipboard Chipboard Felt Colors HC, red, HC, red, HC, red, available yellow, yellow, yellow, green green green Complete round Type -------------------------------- Smoke, HC Weight ----------------------------- 41.96 lb Length ----------------------------- 30.49 in. Cannon used with -------------- M2A2, M103 or

Ma

Body material --------------------- Cast iron Color --------------------------------- Black w white markings Later manufacture - no paint or bronze body) Filler and weight ---------------- Inert Ignition cartridge--------------- M6 or M3 Propellant charge--------------- None Fin assembly --------------------- M6 Fuze --------------------------------- None Lower limit-------------------------40 F Upper limit ------------------------ +125 F Lower limit-------------------------80 F (for Upper...

Mab

Propelling charge --------------- M10 Primer ------------------------------ M60A1 Maximum range ----------------- 160 m Muzzle velocity------------------ l,200 fps Lower limit-------------------------40 F Upper limit ------------------------ +125 F Lower limit-------------------------80 F (for not Upper limit ------------------------ +160 F (for *Packing ----------------------------- 1 round in fiber container 6 containers in wooden box Weight ------------------------------49.0 lb Dimensions...

Mae

Lower limit -------------------------40 F Upper limit ------------------------ + 125 F Lower limit ------------------------ -80 F (for not Upper limit ------------------------ + 160 F (for *Packing--------------------------- 8 fuzes in metal container 2 containers in wire-bound box Weight ------------------------------66 lb Dimensions------------------------ 14-5 8 x 1213 16 1.04 cu ft *NOTE See DOD Consolidated Ammunition Catalog for complete packing data including NSN's. Fuzes may be supplied...

Mk

Maximum range ----------------10,058 m Muzzle velocity----------------- 872 mps (2870 Lower limit -------------------- -40 F Upper limit --------------------+125 F Lower limit -------------------- -80 F (for period Upper limit--------------------+160 F (for *Packing (Navy)------------------- 4 cartridge per Weight ---------------------------- 111 lb Dimensions ---------------------- 22 x 11.75 x *Packing (Army) ------------------ 1 round per fiber container 2 containers per wooden box Weight...

Muzzle Action

This fixed cartridge is fired from 90mm guns and is for antipersonnel use at both close and long ranges. The cartridge is particularly effective against personnel in dense foliage. The projectile consists of an aluminum forward body, a steel connector, and a hollow steel base. Threaded to the forward body is an aluminum fuze adapter containing four radially oriented detonators and an axially oriented flash tube, relay and detonator. The central steel flash tube connects the projectile base to...

Note

Classified tabulated data has not been included in this manual. Type -------------------------------- APFSDS-T Weight ---------------------------- 38.2 lb (17.3 kg) Length ----------------------------- 39.32 in Sabot ------------------------------- Aluminum Body material ------------------- Depleted Color-- ----------------------------- Black w white Cartridge case ------------------ M148A1B1 Propellant ------------------------ M30 Primer ---------------------------- M120 Tracer...

Obs

This cartridge is used against personnel and light materiel, providing both fragmentation and blast effect. The complete round consists of a projectile body, a point-detonating fuze, a tin assembly a propellant charge, and an ignition charge with a percussion primer. The projectile body is of forged steel, and is threaded internally at the nose to accept the fuze and at the base to accept the fin assembly. The projectile body is filled with Composition B high explosive. When the cartridge is...

Obs Msr

This fixed ammunition is intended for use in 76mm gun cannons against armor. The projectile consists of a dense core of tungsten carbide steel, covered with a steel sheath, and a base and sleeve assembly called a sabot. The core is held in place inside the sabot by a sheet steel release spider. The projectile is inert, except for a tracer contained in the base. It is assembled to a steel cartridge case, which is loaded with a triple-base propellant and has a percussion primer. A distinguishing...

Packing Metal Container

Drawing --------------------------- 12912370 Dimensions ------------------------ 44.5 in. x 7.75 Cube --------------------------------- 1.5 cu ft Total weight (with cartridge) - 72.1 lb Total explosive weight ----------- 18.69 lb *Packing ----------------------------- 1 round per metal container, 30 metal containers per pallet *NOTE See DOD Consolidated Ammunition Catalog for complete packing data including NSN's.

Pd

Assembly Dwg. No 8880696 Lower limit 65 F Upper limit +160 F Lower limit 80 F (for not Upper limit +160 F (for metal container 2 containers in wooden box Weight 55.8 lb Dimensions 14-5 8 x 1213 16 x 9-1 8 in. 1.04 cu ft NOTE See DOD Consolidated Ammunition Catalog for complete packing data including NSN's. Quantity-distance class 1.1 DOT shipping class A DOT designation DETONATING FUZES CLASS A EXPLOSIVES, HANDLE CAREFULLY, DO NOT STORE OR LOAD WITH HIGH

Performance

Chamber pressure --------------- 55,000 psi Velocity (nominal) --------------- 1140 m sec Cube ------------------------------- 7.75 in. 1.5 cu ft 73 lb 15.5 lb 1 round per metal container 30 metal containers per pallet *NOTE See DOD Consolidated Ammunition Catalog for complete packing data including NSN's. UNO serial number DODAC --------------

Primer Percussion M

This primer is used to initiate burning of propellant charges in separate loading weapon systems, The primer consists of a cylindrical brass case with an extraction flange which contains a plunger in the base, an ignition element, and a container loaded with 22 grains of black powder. The plunger has an integral striker and is activated by the breech mechanism firing pin, The ignition element is threaded into the primer case forward of the striker and contains a percussion primer, The primer...

Projectile Inch He Ma

This projectile is used to deliver a concentration of antipersonnel antimaterial grenades. This Improved Conventional Munition (ICM) projectile is of the separate loading type. The fuze propelling charge, andprimer are handled and loaded separately. The projectile is provided with a universal lifting plug in place of a fuze for handling. This plug must be replaced by a fuze before the projectile is loaded. The projectile contains 12 layers of grenades with 15 grenades in each layer. The...

Projectiles

DODAC ----------------------------- 1315-C523 The possession of the source material (De- Drawing number ----------------- 9329513 pleted Uranium) is licensed to HQ, AMCCOM, in accordance with Federal Law, Title 10, Code of Federal Regulations. The AMCCOM Com-Limitations mander (RPO) is responsible for the license conl- pliance and personally accountable for the Projectile is not to be disposed of by burn- source material. Violations of this law may ing or detonation. result in a personal fine...

Quantitydistance Classes And Storage Compatibility Groups

Quantity-Distance (QD) classes and Storage Compatibility Groups (SCG) listed in this manual are changed. For conversion to new system see table 1-2. Table 1-2. Quantity-Distance Classes and Storage Compatibility Groups Table 1-2. Quantity-Distance Classes and Storage Compatibility Groups

Reporting Errors And Recommending Improvements

If you find any mistakes or if you know of a way to improve the procedures, please let us know. You may mail, e-mail, or FAX your response. Mail your letter, DA Form 2028 (Recommended Changes to Publications and Blank Forms) or DA Form 2028-2 located in the back of this manual direct to Commander, U.S. Army TACOM, Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center, ATTN AMSTA-AR-WEL-S, Picatinny Arsenal, NJ 07806-5000. E-mail address is LSB PICA.ARMY.MIL....

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L New QD and SCG'S are compatible with classes used by NATO nations. 2 Numbers in parentheses are minimum distances x 100 feet to protect against specific fragment hazards and vary with items and types of ammunition. (Refer to TM 9-1300 -206.) 3 There is no simple conversion from old SCG's to new system. The SCG groups listed in this column are typical for the majority of items in the corresponding listed QD class but do not apply to every individual item in the class. For SCG of individual...

Sb Amcp Tm

This cartridge is fired from 75mm recoilless rifles and is used for blast, fragmentation, and mining effects. The cartridge consists of a perforated metal cartridge case crimped to a hollow steel projectile. The cartridge case contains a plastic liner which is filled loosely with propellant. An igniter charge is positioned on top of the propel-lant. A percussion primer is fitted in the base, with an igniter tube extending through the propelling charge. The projectile is fitted with either a...

Shipping and Storage Data

UNO serial number --------------0339 DOT hazard class-----------------(08) 1.4C DOT designation ------------------AMMUNITION FOR CANNON W SOLID PROJECTILE, CLASS C EXPLOSIVE DODAC ------------------------------ 1310-B591 DOT hazard class-----------------(04) 1.2 C group ------------------------------ G DOT designation ------------------CANNON

Sp

Lower limit 40 F (-40 C) Upper limit + 125 F (+52 C) Lower limit 80 F (-63 C) Upper limit +160 F (+71.1 C) for not more than 4 hr day Packing 6 projectiles on Weight 12531b Dimensions 39-1 2 x 28-1 2 x Cube 12.4 cu ft NOTE See DOD Consolidated Ammunition Catalog for complete packing data including Quantity-distance class 1.1 DOT designation EXPLOSIVE

T

Body material-------------------Steel forging Color ------------------------------- Olive drab Filler and weight---------------Comp B, 1.56 lb Cartridge case ------------------- T27E2 Propelling charge--------------M6 (80 OZ) M1 Primer -----------------------------T69 Igniter, fin assembly----------T33E2 Faze -------------------------------- PIBD, M509A1 Maximum range---------------- 11,650 m Muzzle velocity -----------------832 mps (2800 Lower limit-------------------- -40 F -40 C) Upper...

Tabulated Data

Type classification ----------------LPU, 30 May 88 Type -------------------------------- Fixed, TP-T Length ----------------------------- 15.24 in. Weight -----------------------------3.46 lb Cannon used with -------------35mm TPGID Assembly drawing -------------12910291 Color------------------------------- Blue w white Lower limit -------------------- -25 F (31.7 C) Lower limit-------------------- -25 F (-31.7 C) Upper limit-------------------- +125 F drawing ------------------------ 12910292...

Temperature Limit

Lower limit 65 F Upper limit +165 F Lower limit 65 F Upper limit +165 F * Packing 8 fuzes in metal box, 2 boxes in wire-bound box Weight 42.1 lb Dimensions 14-7 8 x 13x 91 4 in. 1.04 cu ft Quantity-distance class - 7 DOT shipping class---------------- A DOT designation DETONATING FUZES CLASS A EXPLOSIVES

Temperature Limits

Lower limit-----------------------40 F (-40 C) Upper limit---------------------- +125 F Lower limit-----------------------80 F (-62.2 C) Upper limit----------------------+ 125 F (+52 C) *Packing ---------------------------- Projectile and propelling charge assembly in separate fiber containers 2 fiber containers (1 round) per wooden box Weight ---------------------------- 142.65 lb Dimensions ---------------------41 x 10-27 32 x 15-9 16 in. Cube -------------------------------3.9 cu ft NOTE See...

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This charge is a component of Smoke Cartridge M328, High Explosive Cartridge M329, and Illuminating Cartridge M335. A full charge consists of 41 increments of M8 sheet propellant arranged in the following order one 1 2 increment, four 5 increment bundles, five single increments, one 1 2 increment, and three 5 increment bundles. This full charge is assembled on the cartridge as issued, Individual increments or bundles may be removed as required for fire adjustment as indicated in the appropriate...

Total weight wSoon As Possible

Cartridge) ---------------------- 66.1 lb (29.98 Total explosive weight -------- 16-20 lb (7-9 kg) *Packing -------------------------- One round per 30 metal con- NOTE tainers per pallet *NOTE See DOD Consolidated Ammunition the M829A2 must be reported Catalog for complete packing data including to the HQ, AMCCOM RPO NSN's. within 24 hours of the discovery. Report to UNO serial number -------------- 0328 AMSMC-SF, Radiological Pro- DOD hazard class ----------------- (08) 1.2 tection officer...

US Marine Corps Pack

*Packing ------------------------------48 rounds in Weight ------------------------------59.5 lb Dimensions ----------------------- 18-19 32 x Cube ---------------------------------1.3 cu ft M548 metal container ----------7258943 *NOTE See DOD Consolidated Ammunition Catalog for complete packing data including

Use

Base Detonating Fuze M534A1 is used with HEP-T and W-T ammunition in 105mm guns. The fuze has an aluminum body with a threaded base flange. A steel impact ball is housed in a sleeve near the rear of the fuze body. A spring-loaded striker assembly containing the firing pin is located just forward of the impact ball and is locked when in the unarmed position by setback ins and a spin- activated locking segment. The detonator and escapement mechanism is carried in a spin activated delayed arming...

Coi

M185 (for M109A2, M109A2, M109A4 SP Howitzer) M284 (for M109A5, M109A6 SP Howitzer) See Projectile Propelling Charge Charts for correct combinations, Section VIII thru Section XI. B THE M549 SERIES RA PROJECTILES ARE ONLY COMPATIBLE WITH THE M732A2 FUZE C COMBAT EMERGENCY USE ONLY M USMC TRAINING USE ONLY FIRING LIMITS 0 F TO 120 F (-18 C TO +49 C) P SUPPLEMENTARY CHARGE MUST BE REMOVED TO MAKE ROOM FOR LONG INTRUSION FUZE S PROJECTILE MAY BE USED FOR SELF-REGISTRATION (AS SPOTTING ROUND) BY...

Cartridge Millimeter Smoke Wp M

This smoke cartridge is fired in 60mm mortars M2 or M19 and is used for screening and spotting. The complete round consists of a projectile with a PD fuze, a fin assembly four propel-lant increments, an ignition cartridge, and a percussion primer. The projectile body is of relatively thin-walled steel construction with cylindrical side walls, a conical base, and is filled with a charge of white phosphorous. The projectile base is internally threaded to accept the fin assembly. The projectile...

April

HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY WASHINGTON, DC, 10 December 2001 Artillery Ammunition Guns, Howitzers, Mortars, Recoilless Rifles, Grenade Launchers and Artillery Fuzes (Federal Supply Class, 1310, 1315, 1320, 1390) DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A Approved for public release distribution unlimited. TM 43-0001-28, 28 April 1994, is changed as follows 1. File this change sheet in front of the publication for reference purposes. 2. Remove old pages and insert new pages as indicated below. 3. New or...

Guns Howitzers Recoilless Rifles Grenade Launchers And Artillery Fuzes

DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A Approved for public release distribution unlimited. DESTRUCTION NOTICE Destroy by any method that will prevent disclosure of or reconstruction of the document. TM43-0001-28, dated 28 April 1994 is changed as follows 1. Remove old pages and insert new pages as indicated below. New or changed material is indicated by a vertical bar in the margin of the page. Added or revised illustrations are indicated by a vertical bar adjacent to the identification number. A thru D...

Tabulated Data cont

Explosive filler -----------------35 lb, Comp A3 Body material ------------------ Steel Color ------------------------------Olive drab Cartridge case ------------------M104 This is a two-piece welded steel perforated basket type. The mouth is threaded for attachment to the projectile, a well in the base accommodates the primer. Length ----------------------------Approx 4 in. Diameter -------------------------6.5 in. Primer ---------------------------- M73 Fuze BD --------------------------M62A2

Limitations

Increment A is used as Charge 1 and will be one of the increments assemble when firing above Charge 1. Firing with more than five pro-pellant increment charges (Charge 5) is not authorized in Mortar M1. When firing as many as ten cartridges with maximum charge (Charge 9) in Mortar M29, the rate of fire will not exceed 12 rounds per minute. Occasional short rounds will occur when firing at Charge 3 or below in Mortar M29. Store and transport WP rounds at temperatures below 111.4 F (melting point...

Xlu

*Sabot 81mm practice M1 is a reusable item - Charge 1 ---------------------------- 148 ft sec Charge 2 ---------------------------- 164 ft sec Charge 3---------------------------- 197 ft sec Charge 4 ---------------------------- 230 ft sec Charge 1 --------------------------- 639 ft Charge 2 ---------------------------- 770 ft Charge 3 ---------------------------- 1082 ft Charge 4 ---------------------------- 1427 ft

Sb Amcp Tm Tm

This cartridge is fired from 106mm recoilless rifles to cause personnel casualties. A perforated metal cartridge case is crimped to a projectile fitted at the nose with a fuze adapter, The propelling charge is contained within a plastic cartridge case liner. The base of the cartridge case contains a percussion primer with the igniter tube extending through the propelling charge. The projectile is loaded with 8 grain flechettes packed in separate bays, and also carries yellow dye marker in the...

Xoe

Igniter 15.0 g Propellant 0.78 lb (355 g) Type (dble base) AK13204 Configuration Strips Number strips 200 Electronic detonator 1.57 g Percussion cap 0.13 g Point Initiating, Base Detonating (Piezoelectric) Weight 0.93 lb (420g) Each AT4 Sealed in Gross weight 113 lb Dimensions 44.37 x 35.43 Cube 7.8 cu ft Wood containers 4 ea Gross weight 553 lb Dimensions 44.49 x 35.63 x 40.98 in. (113 x 90.50 x 104.09 cm) Cube 37.7 cu ft Storage class SCG (Q-D) 1.1 E DOT shipping class A DOT designation...

Cartridge Millimeter Canister Te

This canister cartridge is fired from 57mm recoilless rifles for antipersonnel effect at close range. The cartridge consists of a perforated metal cartridge case crimped to a cylindrical canister projectile. The cartridge case contains a polyethylene liner which is loosely filled with propellant and is equipped with a percussion primer. The primer ignition tube extends through the length of the propelling charge. The canister case is loaded with 154 or 176 stacked, cylindrical steel slugs. The...

Std Msr

This fixed cartridge is used for target practice in the Sgt York 40mm gun M247. The projectile is filled with inert material and simulates the DIVAD combat round (HE M811). A rotating band encircles the projectile near the base where the projectile is assembled into the cartridge case. The projectile is painted blue with white markings. The cartridge case is brass and crimped to the projectile. The cartridge case contains approximately 515 grams of propellant. The base of the case forms an...

Magazine Data Sheet Army

Do not assemble Desensitizing Cap XM5 to this fuze. This cap was authorized for Proximity Fuzes M513 Series only. Condition as Issued - The fuze is issued set on PD. The battery-is not energized, The safety and arming (S& A) mechanism holds the explosive train out of line. Prior to Firing - Set fuze on desired time setting, Action Caused by Setback and Spin on Firing - On firing, setback causes a safety pin to be released in the S& A mechanism and the battery ampule to open, releasing the...

Projectile Inch He Mk

This projectile is for Naval use only. It is designed for use against personnel on the beach or inland, delivering a concentration of grenades at 16-inch gun range. This projectile is of the separate loading type. The projectile is shipped to and stored at depot level with a nose protective cap installed. The projectile body is a hollow one-piece steel forging with a streamlined ogive and gilding metal rotating band. The projectile is threaded in the nose to accept an MT fuze and expulsion...

M M

PIBD, Maximum range 400 m Muzzle velocity 213 mps Lower limit 40 F Upper limit +125 F Lower limit 80 F (for not Upper limit + i60 F (for 1 round in fiber container 1 container in wooden box Dimensions 32-15 16 x 1.3 cu ft 'NOTE See DOD Consolidated Ammunition Catalog for complete packing data including NSN's.

Mb

Propellant Type --------------------------------- M10 Weight ------------------------------ 3.36 lb Tracer------------------------------ Integral Fuze BD---------------------------- M91A1 Maximum range---------------------7,180 yd Muzzle velocity --------------------- 1400 fps Lower limits ---------------------- -40 F Upper limits ---------------------- +125 F Lower limits---------------------- -80 F (for periods of not more than 3 days) Upper limits ---------------------- +160 F (for *Packing...

No

HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY WASHINGTON, DC, 30 August 2001 Artillery Ammunition Guns, Howitzers, Mortars, Recoilless Rifles, Grenade Launchers and Artillery Fuzes (Federal Supply Class, 1310, 1315, 1320, 1390) DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A Approved for public release distribution unlimited. TM 43-0001-28, 28 April 1994, is changed as follows 1. File this change sheet in front of the publication for reference purposes. 2. Remove old pages and insert new pages as indicated below. 3. New or...

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No. 11726806 Arming distance 400 - 800 calibers -65 F < -54 C) (for periods of not more than 3 days) + 16() F 1+71.1*0 (for periods of not more than 4 hr day) Lower limit 65 F (-54 C) Upper limit +160 F Lower limit *-40 F (-40 C) Upper limit +145 F Charging of the setter battery at temperatures as low as -40 F (-40 C) may not adequately recharge the battery, however, no damage to the setter or its batteries will occur. In order to insure adequate charging of the battery, the...

Packing Box Operational Characteristics

lb Dimensions --------------------- 42-1 8 x 12-9 16 Do not remove barrier bag until round is x 13-11 32 in. being chambered. Unprotected cartridge cases Cube --------------------------------- 4.0 cu ft where barrier bags have been removed are flammable and can be ignited accidentally by burn- *NOTE See DOD Consolidated Ammunition ing cigarettes, smoldering residue embers, and Catalog for complete packing data including open flames, etc. Neoprene barrier bags may NSN's. be difficult to remove...

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Mechanical Time and Superquick Fuzes M501A1 and M501 are a dual-purpose type used to detonate spin-stabilized projectiles fired from 105mm and 155mm howitzers and from 4.2 in. mortars when a choice of timed or superquick action is required. The aluminum head of the fuze houses the superquick point detonating assembly consisting of firing pin and support, a detonator, and a lead charge. An interrupter activated by centrifugal force from projectile rotation provides bore safety. The major portion...

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Dimensions ----------------------- 26-3 8 x 16-1 4 Cube --------------------------------- 1.5 cu ft Packing drawing number ------ 9251995 Packing, PA-120 --------------------- 32 rounds in Weight ------------------------------- 42 lb Dimensions ------------------------ 18.76 x 10.39 Cube --------------------------------- 0.72 cu ft Packing drawing number ------ 12928042 PA-120 metal container----------- 12564414

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8-Inch Green Bag Propelling Charge Ml is used for zone firing with Charges 1 to 5 in 8-inch howitzer cannons. The charge consists of a base section (Charge 1) and four unequal increments (2 through 5) of propellant Ml in green cloth bags, The increments are assembled end to end in sequence, and held in place by four tying straps sewn to the base of Increment 1 and tied over the top of Increment 5. A red igniter pad containing 5 ounces of black powder is sewn to the base of Increment 1. Each...

Storage

Lower limit -------------------- -80 F (for period Upper limit --------------------+160 F (for 1 round per fiber container 2 containers per wooden box Weight -----------------------------88 lb Dimensions ---------------------- 38-5 8 x 11-1 6 x 7-5 32 in. cube -------------------------------1.8 cu ft * NOTE See DOD Consolidated Ammunition Catalog for complete packing data including NSN's.

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HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY Washington, D, C., 30 May 1995 ARMY AMMUNITION DATA SHEETS FOR ARTILLERY AMMUNITION GUNS, HOWITZERS, MORTARS, RECOILLESS RIFLES, GRENADE LAUNCHERS AND ARTILLERY FUZES (Federal Supply Class, 1310, 1315, 1320, 1390) TM 43-0001-28, 28 April 1994, is changed as follows 1. Remove old pages and insert new pages as indicated below. New or changed material is indicated by a vertical bar in the margin of the page. New or changed illustrations are indicated by a black...

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This cartridge is a high explosive round developed for use in the M252 improved 81mm mortar system. It is intended for use against personnel and material providing both blast and fragmentation effect. The complete round consists of a fuze, four increment charges, fin assembly, ignition cartridge, and shell body. The shell body, made of forged steel material, is loaded with a Composition B (RDX TNT) filler. The ignition cartridge has a percussion primer and is assembled to the end of the fin...

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No 8800254 Refer to complete round for upper and lower limits. 1.0 cu ft *NOTE See DOD Consolidated Ammunition Catalog for complete packing data including NSN's. Quantity-distance class 7 Storage compatibility B DOT shipping class A DOT designation DETONATING FUZES-CLASS A EXPLOSIVES

Cartridge Millimeter Heattme Ma

Recommended STD by General Offcers Review, 3 June 1980. This cartridge is a high-explosive antitank cartridge and is intended for use on 105mm guns M68 against armored targets. The steel body of the projectile is fitted with a plastic obturator and seal, a threaded standoff spike assembly covered by an impact switch assembly (held in place with a collar), a tin and boom assembly and a point-initiating point-detonating fuze. A funnel-shaped copper liner within the body shapes the explosive...

Dodac B

Drawing number ------------------- 9220383 *Charge 0 is the ignition cartridge only Charge 1 is the ignition cartridge and one increment charge Charge 4 is the ignition cartridge and 4 increment charges. Excessive short rounds may occur when this round is fired at temperatures below 0 F. Maximum allowable rate of fire 30 rounds-per-minute for periods not exceeding 1 minute 18 rounds-per-minute for periods not exceeding 4 minutes 8 rounds-per-minute indefinitely. 17-9 16 x 12- TM 9-1015-215-10 1...

Warning

DO NOT FIRE THIS FUZE AT CHARGE 7 IN 105MM HOWITZER, EXCEPT UNDER COMBAT EMERGENCY CONDITIONS. There is little hazard in firing these fuzes over friendly territory however, in the case of personnel or installations close to, or in the target area, proper consideration should be given to the following Avoid firing 105mm or smaller projectiles at targets closer than 320 meters (350 yards) to friendly positions. If firing over crests or ridges, arming should be set to be delayed until the...

Department Of The Army

NO. 6 Washington, DC, 15 March 2000 ARMY AMMUNITION DATA SHEETS FOR ARTILLERY AMMUNITION GUNS, HOWITZERS, MORTARS, RECOILLESS RIFLES, GRENADE LAUNCHERS AND ARTILLERY FUZES (Federal Supply Class, 1310, 1315, 1320, 1390) DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A Approved for public release distribution is unlimited. TM 43-0001-28, dated 28 April 1994, is changed as follows 1. Remove old pages and insert new pages as indicated below. 2. New or changed material is indicated by a vertical bar in the margin of the...

Dodac C

UNO proper shipping name --- Ammunition, tear-producing Drawing number----------------- 9220225 Do not fire this cartridge with the fuze set on the S shipping mark as issued, because fuze functioning after approximately 2 seconds may be anticipated, Do not attempt to reset the fuze until just before firing. Fuzes reset for firing, but not fired, should be reset on the S setting.

Arming Data

Method -------------------------------- Setback and Fully armed -------------------------- 2-4 see before Non-arm --------------------------- 16.7 rps 30 rps Non-arm ---------------------------300 G Arm ----------------------------------600 G *Packing--------------------------- 8 fuzes in Weight ------------------------------43.8 lb Dimensions------------------------ 14-5 8 x 12-13 1.0 cu ft *NOTE See DOD Consolidated Ammunition Catalog for complete packing data including NSN's. storage...

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-- DETONATING FUZES-CLASS A EXPLOSIVES, HANDLE CAREFULLY DO NOT STORE OR LOAD 'WITH ANY HIGH EXPLOSIVES 1390 -N330 (Non- delay) 1390-N331 (0.025 delay) -- 0106 Detonator M24, Detonator M17, tetryl booster lead charge, tetryl booster charge, and delay Plunger Assembly M1. TM 9-1300-251-20 TM 9-1015-203-12 TM 9-1025-200-12& P TM 9-2350-311-10 TM 9-1015-234-10

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M49 (M52, M52A1), M2A1.M2A2 (M101, Forged steel Gray w 1 red band and red markings (1 yellow band with explosive burster) Starter mixture, riot mixture CS, 6.66 lb M14 series Brass, 5.9 lb (approx) Steel, drawn, 5.4 lb (approx) Steel, 3 piece, spiral wrap 4.7 lb (approx) Primer & weight M61, M61, Black powder Cl 1, Cl 1, Weight 0.043 lb 0.043 lb Using M52, M52A1 and M101 M101A1 howitzers Muzzle Velocity Maximum Range Charge (fps) (mps)_(m)______ Jyd) 2 710...

Cartridge Millimeter Smoke W M With Fuze Multioption Ma

This cartridge is a smoke, white phosphorous (WP) round developed for use in the M120 and M121 120mm mortar system. It is intended for use as an incendiary device and to produce a screen. The complete round consists of a fuze, propellant charge, fin assembly, ignition cartridge and shell body. The shell body, made of wrought carbon steel is loaded with WP filler. The ignition cartridge has a percussion primer and is assembled tot he end of the fin assembly. The propellant charge is contained in...

M And The Inch Projectile M

Lifting plug shock attenuating has an oversized flange size 3.80-inches (9.65 cm), to protect the projectile fuze area against accidental damage. If this lifting plug is broken at the neck area, the threaded portion of the plug will remain in the projectile and the projectile cannot be fuzed. No attempt should be made to extract any portion of a broken plug from a projectile the projectile is not to be used and should be returned to supply point. Drawing Number NSN -----------------

Cartridge Millimeter Target Practice Ma

This cartridge is used for target practice and contains a spotting charge for observation. The complete round consists of a projectile body, a PD fuze, a fin assembly, a propellant charge, an ignition cartridge, and a percussion primer. The projectile body is of forged steel, and is threaded internally at the nose to accept the fuze and at the base to accept the fin assembly. The body is loaded with an inert plaster filler to simulate the weight and ballistic charac teristics of a high...

Scope

For each item of materiel, there are illustrations and descriptions together with characteristics and related data. Included in the related data are weight, dimensions, performance data, packing, shipping and storage data, type classification, and logistics control code (LCC). b. Information concerning supply operation, and maintenance of the items will be found in the publications referenced for those items. A complete listing of these publications is maintained in DA Pam 310 series...

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Use of less than Charge 12 in 4.2-inch mortars and less than Charge 2 in 105mm howitzers will decrease reliability because of insufficient setback for arming. Use highest charge commensurate with range in any weapon. Fuze may not be fired at Charge 7 in 105mm howitzers, except under combat emergency conditions. Proximity of other masses to the target area, such as crests or ridges, air observation posts, nearby bursts or fragments experienced when firing volley, salvo, or rapid fire from...

Colored

The projectile is fired from 155mm howitzers and is used for screening, spotting, or signalling. This base-ejection type projectile is a hollow steel shell containing four canisters of chemical smoke compound. The canister filler may be either hexachloroethane-zinc (HC) or a smoke mixture in colors of green, red or yellow, The canisters are stacked within the projectile and each has a perforated central tube so that in the stack a flash tube is continuous through the contents. The front...

Functioning Performance

The M735 is loaded and fired in the tank Chamber pressure --------------- 60,000 psi gun in the normal manner. Upon firing, the +700F sabot with its subprojectile is propelled from the gun and the tracer is ignited. The subprojec- Packaging tile is in a low friction bearing surface within the sabot and is free to rotate and so does not Inner pack drawing ------------- 9293481 pick up the high rotation rate the gun rifling Outer pack drawing ------------- 9293479 normally imparts to a...

Projectile Millimeter Heatt M Te

This separated round includes a high velocity projectile designed for use in 120-mm tank guns against armored targets. The complete round consists of a project-tile and separated cartridge case. The projectile contains a shaped charge, a spike and cone assembly, a fin assembly, and a point initiating, base-detonating fuze. A piezoelectric assembly, contained in the nose spike, acts as a power source for the fuze. Threaded to the projectile base is the boom with a rubber obturator, six fins, and...

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FUZE, POINT INITIATING, BASE DETONATING M539A1 FUZE, POINT INITIATING, BASE DETONATING M539A1 Base Detonating Fuze M539 is of the super-quick action, point initiating type used with 152mm HEAT-T-MP cartridges. The fuze is based upon the principle of a piezoelectric element accumulating a charge and firing an electrical detonator housed in an arming rotor. Control-power supply M22 of the fuze includes a polarized piezoelectric element. The rotor is mounted transversal to the axis of rotation of...

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The primer ignites the ignition cartridge, which in turn ignites the propelling increments. The gases generated propel the cartridge out of the barrel and the cartridge travels downrange. The fuze functions on impact with the ground or target. A pyrotechnic smoke cartridge in the fuze produces a flash, an audible sound and a cloud of smoke (simulation of the HE cartridge function). Upon functioning, the plug at the base of the vent tube is pushed to the bottom of the fin...