The cartridge is a fixed type, percussion primed 25mm ammunition, intended to supersede the M791 for use in combat. The cartridge consists of a subcaliber projectile inside an aluminum sabot, crimped to a steel cartridge case containing 97 grams of extruded propellant, modified M115 percussion primer and flash tube. The subprojectile consists of a depleted uranium penetrator with a pressed-on aluminum windscreen and a threaded steel fin with pressed-in tracer...


CARTRIDGE, CALIBER .50, BALL, PLASTIC PRACTICE, M858 CARTRIDGE, CALIBER .50, BALL, PLASTIC PRACTICE, M858 Machine Gun, Caliber .50, with the M3 Recoil Amplifier. The cartridge is intended for scaled range training purposes. BALL Cartridge. The cartridge is identified by the blue bullet and case which are molded into one piece with high density polyethylene plastic. DODAC 1305-A603 for Weight 460 gr Length 5.2 in. (132.08 mm) Primer Percussion Velocity 2790 fps, 78 ft from Shipping and Storage...

Std - Msr 05826002

DARCOM 700-3-2 TM 9-1300-206 TM 9-1305-201-20& P Type Classification Explosive STD - MSR 05826002. Weight NA Weight NA Machine Gun, 5.56mm, M249E1 and Rifle, 5.56mm, Propellant M16A2. The tracer is intended to permit 844 observation of the bullet's in-flight path or trajectory gr the point of impact. Projectile Weight 63.7 gr

Shipping and Storage Data

AMMUNITION Drawing number 10523088 SB 700-20 TM 9-1005-223-10 TM 9-1005-223-12P TM 9-1005-224-10 TM 9-1005-233-10 TM 9-1005-298-12 TM 9-1005-313-10 TM 9-1300-206 Machine Guns, 7.62mm, M60, M219 and M240 and Rifle, 7.62mm, M14. The cartridge is used in rifles and machine guns equipped with blank firing attachments to simulate firing in training exercises and for saluting purposes. BLANK Cartridge. The cartridge is identified by its double tapered neck and absence of a bullet.

Msr 11756003 A088

TM 9-1005-206-14P 4 TM 9-1005-226-14 TM 9-1300-206 CARTRIDGE, CALIBER .22, BALL, HORNET, M65 CARTRIDGE, CALIBER .22, BALL, HORNET, M65 Caliber .22 Survival Weapons, M4 and M6. The cartridge is intended for use against small game. UNO serial number 0012 UNO proper shipping for gr in. (43.7 mm) powder gr

Type Classification Tabulated Data

M242 STD - AMCTC M242A1 No Army requirement. UNO serial number 0321 for Guns, 20mm, M39 and M61. bursting charge gr in. HIGH EXPLOSIVE Cartridge. The cartridge has the same basic M52A3B1 as the M56A3 cartridge with the addition of a M505A3 gr The projectile has the same function as the high explosive incendiary HEI cartridge projectile. gr tracer is ignited by the propellant when the round is Propellant 870 or WC 872 585 or


Type Classification UNO proper shipping name Cartridges for OBS - MSR 11756003. weapons, blank Weight 295 gr in. 50.8 mam Rifle, 7.62mm, Fuze NA GRENADE Cartridge. The cartridge is identified by a Weight NA rose-petal rosette-crimp closure of the cartridge case Incendiary mouth and sealed with red lacquer. Type NA Function Type WC 8 30 The cartridge provides pressure upon functioning to Projectile project rifle grenade to a desired target when using a Weight NA grenade projectile adapter and...

Army Ammunition Data Sheets Small Caliber Ammunition

REPORTING OF ERRORS AND RECOMMENDING IMPROVEMENTS You can improve this manual. If you find any mistakes or know of a way to improve the procedures, please let us know. Mail your 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 Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center ATTN SMCAR-LSB, Picatinny, Arsenal, NJ 07806-5000. A reply will be furnished to you. 1-1. 1-2. Scope 1-3. Key to...


Cartridges for the 7.62mm M14 rifles are assembled in 5-round clips fig. 18-3 . All cartridges are packed in bandoleers with separate magazine fillers. The clip, which consists of a channel-shaped body containing a spring, facilitates loading of magazines. Loaded clips are fitted into the top of the rifle receiver and the cartridges are pressed into the magazine assembly. A magazine fillet which adapts clips to the magazine, allows individual magazines to be loaded with clipped ammunition. The...

Link MA

The M17A2 link fig. 18-12 is used for linking 20mim ammunition for belt-fed M61 automatic weapon system in the B52 G amp H aircraft. The link is self-separating when the cartridge is removed from the link during the feeding cycle, Figure 18-12. M17A2 link for 20mm cartridges. Figure 18-12. M17A2 link for 20mm cartridges. The M24 link fig. 18-13 is a metallic link for use with the following 20mm cartridges M206A1 Target-Practice, M599 High-Explosive Incendiary Tracer, and M601 Armor-Piercing...

Ak 47 Amunition Weight Data

SB 700-20 TM 9-1005-213-10 TM 9-1005-231-10 TM 9-1300-206 Machine Guns, Caliber .50, M2 and M85. Description TRACER Cartridge. The cartridge is identified by an orange bullet tip. The tracer cartridge exhibits a visible trace from a point not greater than 100 yards from the muzzle of the weapon to a point not less than 1,600 yards from the muzzle. DODAC 1305-A570 for Weight 1752 gr Length 5.45 in. 138.4 mm Tracer R256 Primer Percussion Type IMR 5010 Velocity 2860 fps, 78 ft from

Tabulated Data

1305-A892 UNO serial number 0339 for inert Weight 4392 gr 6.615 in. 168 mm NA Electric, M52A3B1 Type Weight Type WC 870 or WC 872 Weight Chamber pressure 62,500 to 72,500 psi copper Velocity NA Explosive hazard class 1 DOT shipping class C DOT designation SMALL ARMS AMMUNITION Drawing

Link M

Interoperable Weapons Systems

The M29 link fig. 18-15 is 1050 steel with type Z link phosphate coating. It is used for interoperability with the NATO ADEN DEFA weapon systems NSN 1305-01-078-5505 . M193 Ball M195 Grenade M196 Tracer M197 High Pressure Test M199 Dummy M200 Blank M855 Ball M856 Tracer M231 Submachine Gun for M196 tracer only. M16 M16A1 rifle. Stoner M63 Navy and M249 machine guns. M59, M80 Ball M61 Armor Piercing M62 Tracer M63 Dummy M82 Blank M60 High Pressure Test M64 Grenade M118 Ball Match M160 Frangible...

Caliber 5.56 Mm Ball M855

Ammo Drawing

to 198 fps Maximum range 100 m Storage code Class I DOT designation SMALL ARMS AMMUNITION Drawing number C122-3-43 Machine Gun, 5.56mm, M249E1 and Rifle, 5.56mm, M16A2. The cartridge is intended for use against personnel and unarmored targets. BALL Cartridge. The cartridge is identified by a green bullet tip. for gr in. 57.4 mm Explosive Type NA Type WC 844 gr Projectile Weight 62 gr Chamber pressure 55,000 psi Velocity 3025 fps, 78 ft from

.75 Caliber Bullet

Ball Type Bullet

SB 700-20 TM 9-1005-213-10 TM 9-1005-231-10 TM 9-1300-206 Machine Guns, Caliber .50, M2 and M85. The cartridge is intended for use against personnel or unarmored targets. BALL Cartridge. The cartridge is identified by a plain bullet tip. DODAC 1305-A552 for Weight 1762 gr Length 5.45 in. 138.4 mm Explosive Type NA Velocity 2910 fps, 78 ft from


Rifle, 7.62 MM, M24 Sniper Weapon System Machine Guns, 7.62 mm M60 and M240. 7.62 mm Armor Piercing Cartridge. The cartridge is identified by a black stripe circling the tip of the projectile. This item will be linked with M62 Tracer. The 7.62 mm cartridge provides an enhanced armor penetrating capability for use in standard 7.62 mm weapons. in. Primer Type Type gr gr Average velocity at 70 F 2985 fps at 78 ft M993 AP, carton packed 1305-01-398-1450, linked in 24 1 Quantity-distance class SCG...

M8c Spotting Rifle

M8c Spotting Rifle

for Rifle, Spotting, Caliber .50, M8C. weapons, inert pro 1744 gr Length 4.53 in. 115.1 mm BALL Cartridge. The cartridge has specific which aid in identification. The cartridge case has distinctive body design which prevents chambering in Fuze NA other weapons. The total length is only 4.5 inches in Explosive comparison with 5.5 inches for a standard round. bullet has a yellow tip with a red ring to the rear of gr In flight, the bullet exhibits a visible trace from a 7383 not greater than 100...

Small Caliber Ammunition

TM 43-0001-27, 29 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 bar adjacent to the identification number. 18-17 and 18-18 18-17 and 18-18 2. File this change sheet in front of the publication for reference purposes. By Order of the Secretary of the Army GORDON R. SULLIVAN General, United States Army Chief of...

Links Closed Loop M and M

Caliber .50, M2 and M9 links fig. 18-7 are manufactured with closed loops. When assembled with the cartridge in belts, the links fit on the cartridge shoulder. The tapered front loops of the links are positioned firmly on the cartridge shoulder to hold the cartridge in proper alignment for feeding into the weapon. The design required the cartridge to be extracted from the rear and dropped into position for moving into the chamber for firing. Weapons designed for the links require additional...