Shipping and Storage Data

Quantity-distance class/

Storage code Class V

DOT shipping class A

DOT designation AMMUNITION References:

FOR CANNON

WITH SOLID SB 700-20

PROJECTILES TM 9-1300-206

Drawing number 28114062

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CARTRIDGE, 30MM, DUMMY, M848 CASE CRIMP

(2 PLACES) ALUMINUM NOSE

CARTRIDGE, 30MM, DUMMY, M848 CASE CRIMP

(2 PLACES) ALUMINUM NOSE

Type Classification: Type NA

Weight NA

Type Classification: Type NA

Weight NA

STD - LCC-A MSR 04826009. Incendiary:

Use: Weight NA

Propellant:

Automatic cannon, 30mm, M230. The cartridge is Type NA

used in drills of the weapon mechanism and to test Weight NA

link/delink functions. Projectile:

Length 104.28 mm

Description: Case Aluminum

DUMMY Cartridge. The cartridge is completely inert with modified target practice (TP) projectile and cartridge case. Primer and propellant are replaced with threaded steel bolt attached to the base of the projectile body to maintain same weight and balance as the TP cartridge. The projectile body is steel with an aluminum nose.

Tabulated Data:

DODAC 1305-B134

Weight 5445 gr

Length 199.75 mm

Tracer NA

Primer NA

Performance:

Chamber pressure NA

Velocity NA

Shipping and Storage Data:

Quantity-distance class/

SCG NA

Storage code NA

DOT shipping class NA

DOT designation NONEXPLOSIVE

AMMUNITION Drawing number 11825935

References:

Explosive:

DARCOM 700-3-2

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PA520 ELECTRIC PRIMER

WC8SS PROPELLANT

CASE CRIMP (2 PLACES)

ALUMINUM NOSE (2011-T3)

PA520 ELECTRIC PRIMER

WC8SS PROPELLANT

CASE CRIMP (2 PLACES)

ALUMINUM NOSE (2011-T3)

Propellant Pellet

IGNITER PELLETS (3)

FLASHTUBE

ROTATING BAND

AR 6005

IGNITER PELLETS (3)

FLASHTUBE

ROTATING BAND

Type Classification:

Use:

Automatic cannon, 30mm, M230. The cartridge is used in proof testing the weapon and barrel.

Description:

TEST Cartridge. The cartridge is a high pressure test round which provides 120 percent chamber pressure to proof test the weapon and barrel. Case, primer, and propellant are identical to the target practice round. Excess pressure is achieved through a heavier 1018 steel projectile. Ogive is blunt and cartridge case is silvered to distinguish from service rounds.

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