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AMMUNITION, GENERAL, TM 9-1300-200, Plus 500 free US military manuals and US Army field manuals when you sample this book


Scope
This manual contains basic information on identification, classification, and physical characteristics of conventional ammunition.

CHAPTER 1. GENERAL
Section I. Introduction 1-1 1-1
II. General discussion .1-3 1-1

CHAPTER 2. EXPLOSIVE AND CHEMICAL AGENTS
Section I. Solid propellants 2-1 2-1
II. Liquid propellants .2-7 2-5
III. Low explosives 2-11 2-6
IV. High explosives 2-15 2-11
V. Chemical agents 2-19 2-19

CHAPTER 3. SMALL ARMS AMMUNITION 3-1 3-1

4. ARTILLERY AMMUNITION
Section I. General 4-1 4-1
II. Complete rounds 4-5 4-3
III. Fuzes .4-12 4-18
IV. Practice, dummy, blank and subcaliber ammunition .4-15 4-26
V. Precautions 4-19 4-29
VI. Packing and marking .4-21 4-30

CHAPTER 5. ROCKETS
Section I. Introduction 5-1 5-1
II. Complete round .5-5 5-3
III. Warhead 5-7 5-3
IV. Motor 5-13 5-4
V. Launchers .5-15 5-6
VI. Fuzes.5-17 5-6
VII. Identification and packing5-19 5-7
VIII. Shoulder-fired rockets 5-29 5-11
IX. Ground-to-ground rockets 5-23 5-13
X. Aircraft rockets .5-25 5-12
XI. Precautions in storage and handling5-21 5-13
XII. Firing precautions 5-27 5-14

CHAPTER 6. GRENADES
Section I. Introduction 6-1 6-1
II. Hand grenades .6-3 6-3
III. Rifle grenades 6-4 6-6
IV. Identification and packing .6-6 6-12
V. Precautions in storage and handling .6-7 6-15
VI. Precautions in firing .6-9 6-15

CHAPTER 7. LAND MINES7-1 7-1
8. DEMOLITION MATERIALS .8-1 8-1
9. PYROTECHNICS 9-1 9-1
10. BOMBS DELETED

CHAPTER 11. SCATTERABLE MINES
Section I. Introduction 11-1 11-1

CHAPTER 12. GUIDED MISSILES .12-1 12-1
13. PROPELLANT ACTUATED DEVICES13-1 13-1
APPENDIX.A-1
INDEXIndex 1

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
Figure No. Title Page
1-1 Color identification of typical pyrotechnic items 1-4
1-3 Color identification and typical marking of packing boxes and fiber containers 1-11
2-1 Shapes and forms of propellant grains 2-2
2-2 Relative sizes of propellant grains . 2-2
2-3 Burning of propellant grains 2-3
2-4 Progressive burning of propellant grains (multiperforated) . 2-3
2-5 Ball powder X25 . 2-4
2-6 Explosive trains-artillery ammunition . 2-7
2-7 Detonating wave amplified by use of a booster . 2-12
2-8 Schematic arrangements of explosive train components . 2-14
3-1 Typical cartridge (sectioned) 3-1
3-2 7.62-mm bullets (sectioned) 3-2
3-3 5.56-mm and caliber .50 spotter-tracer bullets (sectioned) . 3-3
3-4 Caliber .30 bullets (sectioned) 3-4
3-5 7.62-mm cartridges 3-5
3-6 5.56-mm cartridges 3-6
3-7 Caliber .30 cartridges 3-7
3-8 Caliber .30 carbine and caliber .45 cartridges 3-8
3-9 Caliber .50 cartridges 3-9
3-10 20-mm cartridges 3-10
3-11 Typical 30-mm cartridges 3-11
3-12 Caliber .22 cartridges . 3-12
3-13 Caliber .38 cartridges . 3-13
3-14 12-gage shotgun shells 3-14
3-15 Linked 7.62-mm cartridges 3-14
3-16 Links for caliber .30 and caliber .50 ammunition 3-15
3-17 Bandoleer, magazines, filler and clips 3-16
3-18 Cartridges in 20-round cartons in ammunition box . 3-17
3-19 Cartridges, link belt, cartons, bandoleers and ammunition box 3-18
3-20 Ammunition boxes in wire bound box 3-18
4-1 Types of complete rounds . 4-2
4-2 High-explosive projectile . 4-4
4-3 High-explosive rocket-assisted projectile . 4-5
4-4 High-explosive antitank projectile. 4-6
4-5 Burster chemical projectile 4-7
4-6 BE chemical (smoke) projectiles . 4-8
4-6.1 155-mm projectile, HE, M483A1 . 4-8.1
4-6.2 Warhead M251 . 4-8.2
4-6.3 Typical CBU 4-8.2
4-6.4 Dual purpose munition . 4-8.3
4-7 Illuminating projectiles . 4-9
4-8 Armor-piercing projectile 4-10
4-9 Armor-piercing capped cartridge . 4-11
4-10 Antipersonnel (APERS) cartridge 4-12
4-11 Canister cartridge 4-13
4-12 Flash reducer . 4-13
4-13 Propellant temperature indicator with thermometer . 4-14
4-14 Percussion primer . 4-15
4-15 Combination electric and percussion primer 4-16
4-16 Burster charge 4-16
4-17 Booster charge 4-17
4-18 Base-detonating fuze 4-19
4-19 Point-initiating, base-detonating fuze . 4-20
4-20 Point-detonating fuze 4-21
4-21 Impact fuze 4-22
4-22 Time fuse, powder train .4-23
4-23 Time fuse, gear trains 4-24
4-24 Proximity fuses .4-25
4-25 Concrete-pierc

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