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Ammunition, General, Tm 9 1300 200

Progressive Management

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AMMUNITION, GENERAL, TM 9-1300-200, 1969This manual contains basic information on identification, classification, and physical characteristics of conventional ammunition.CHAPTER 1. GENERALSection I. IntroductionII. General discussionCHAPTER 2.MoreAMMUNITION, GENERAL, TM 9-1300-200, 1969This manual contains basic information on identification, classification, and physical characteristics of conventional ammunition.CHAPTER 1. GENERALSection I. IntroductionII. General discussionCHAPTER 2. EXPLOSIVE AND CHEMICAL AGENTSSection I. Solid propellantsII. Liquid propellantsIII. Low explosivesIV. High explosivesV. Chemical agentsCHAPTER 3. SMALL ARMS AMMUNITION4. ARTILLERY AMMUNITIONSection I. GeneralII. Complete roundsIII. FuzesIV. Practice, dummy, blank and subcaliber ammunitionV. PrecautionsVI. Packing and markingCHAPTER 5. ROCKETSSection I. IntroductionII. Complete roundIII. WarheadIV. MotorV. LaunchersVI. FuzesVII. Identification and packingVIII. Shoulder-fired rocketsIX. Ground-to-ground rocketsX. Aircraft rocketsXI. Precautions in storage and handlingXII. Firing precautionsCHAPTER 6. GRENADESSection I. IntroductionII. Hand grenadesIII. Rifle grenadesIV. Identification and packingV. Precautions in storage and handlingVI. Precautions in firingCHAPTER 7. LAND MINES8. DEMOLITION MATERIALS9. PYROTECHNICSCHAPTER 11. SCATTERABLE MINESSection I. IntroductionII. Mine dispersing subsystem, aircraft: M56CHAPTER 12. GUIDED MISSILES13. PROPELLANT ACTUATED DEVICESAPPENDIXINDEXLIST OF ILLUSTRATIONSFigure No. Title Page1-1 Color identification of typical pyrotechnic items1-2 Deleted1-3 Color identification and typical marking of packing boxes and fiber containers2-1 Shapes and forms of propellant grains2-2 Relative sizes of propellant grains2-3 Burning of propellant grains2-4 Progressive burning of propellant grains (multiperforated)2-5 Ball powder X252-6 Explosive trains-artillery ammunition2-7 Detonating wave amplified by use of a booster2-8 Schematic arrangements of explosive train components3-1 Typical cartridge (sectioned)3-2 7.62-mm bullets (sectioned)3-3 5.56-mm and caliber .50 spotter-tracer bullets (sectioned)3-4 Caliber .30 bullets (sectioned)3-5 7.62-mm cartridges3-6 5.56-mm cartridges3-7 Caliber .30 cartridges3-8 Caliber .30 carbine and caliber .45 cartridges3-9 Caliber .50 cartridges3-10 20-mm cartridges3-11 Typical 30-mm cartridges3-12 Caliber .22 cartridges3-13 Caliber .38 cartridges3-14 12-gage shotgun shells3-15 Linked 7.62-mm cartridges3-16 Links for caliber .30 and caliber .50 ammunition3-17 Bandoleer, magazines, filler and clips3-18 Cartridges in 20-round cartons in ammunition box3-19 Cartridges, link belt, cartons, bandoleers and ammunition box3-20 Ammunition boxes in wire bound box4-1 Types of complete rounds4-2 High-explosive projectile4-3 High-explosive rocket-assisted projectile4-4 High-explosive antitank projectile4-5 Burster chemical projectile4-6 BE chemical (smoke) projectiles4-6.1 155-mm projectile, HE, M483A14-6.2 Warhead M2514-6.3 Typical CBU4-6.4 Dual purpose munition4-7 Illuminating projectiles4-8 Armor-piercing projectile4-9 Armor-piercing capped cartridge4-10 Antipersonnel (APERS) cartridge4-11 Canister cartridge4-12