125mm family ammunition

The 125 mm ammunition is designed for 125 mm smoothbore guns D-81 (2A46) and their modifications, usually used like main tank guns on tanks types T-72, T-80 and T-90. The semifixed ammunition consists of projectile and semi-combustible cartridge.

We offer the 125 mm ammunition with following types of projectiles

HE – standard high explosive charge with blast and fragmentation effect

HEAT–T - high explosive shaped charge with tracer for penetration effect

HE-T - with high explosive charge and tracer but with 2 self-destruct fuzes for training purpose 

BLANK round – used for training of the personnel – loading, handling and firing with small danger area

APFSDS-T – armour piercing fin stabilized discarding sabots with tracer projectile capable of penetrating heavy armour up to 550 mm RHA on 2000 m.

Our 125 mm ammunition has been supplied to more than 11 countries around the world and MSM GROUP being one of the few companies producing such ammunition within NATO and EU territory ensures maximum quality of production.

120mm tank ammunition

All 120mm rounds use a common combustible case that structurally combines the ammunition‘s components prior to firing and is completely consumed during firing. The combustible case is the primary reason for the superior interior ballistic performance of the 120mm ammunition. This breakthrough in cannon ammunition technology allows both a greater chamber volume for the propellant and a higher working chamber pressure, thus giving the rounds greater muzzle velocities and higher ballistic efficiencies. 
The combustible case also minimizes round weight and, because the metal base is the only element ejected, the amount of spent cartridge case material and propellant gas within the tank is greatly reduced.
While the combustible case is thoroughly consumed during firing, further assurance of a clean tube and chamber for each successive round is provided by a cannon bore evacuator. The evacuator functions as a large vacuum device, sweeping all portions of the barrel interior free of the most minute particles. All 120mm rounds have a propellant containment device that prevents propellant spillage if the combustible cartridge case is damaged.
The 120mm smoothbore cannon system was developed by West Germany for the Leopard II tank.

The ammunition produced by both countries is interoperable and interchangeable between the Abrams and the Leopard, thus ensuring maximum commonality within the NATO community.

MSM GROUP offers: 

120mm HE G201
120mm G151 TPCSDS-T
120mm TR-T G211
120mm HEAT-MP-T
 
 

106 mm recoilless rifle ammunition

This cartridges is used for 106 mm guns (M40A2 and M40A1C recoilless rifles). It is used for firing and aiming practices.

Designed for use 106mm Recoilless Rifle, MSM GROUP has developed rounds for the in-service weapons. These rounds can be fired using the existing fire control systems. The range currently includes the standard M344A1, TP M34V, HESHP-T round, which is fitted with a dual safety fuze for improved handling and transport safety.

Using the improved fuze and production techniques provides a highly effective means of defeating concrete walls, bunkers and other material targets.

105 mm anti-tank ammunition family

MSM GROUP offers wide variety of 105 mm ammunition for maximum flexibility and user comfort during training and operational use.

All 105 mm rounds intended for firing from all the guns included in the STANAG 4458.

This cartridges are a high explosive antitank cartridge and is intended for use in 105mm guns against armored targets. It has a dual role capability in killing dismounted infantry by blast and fragmentation and in destroying lightly armored and non-armored vehicles and bunkers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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    Promotion at IDEX 2021 exhibition - NEW PRODUCT

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  • MSM GROUP Ltd.

    NEW PRODUCT - The G151 training round is designed to resemble the Armor-Piercing model, Fin-Stabilized, Discarding-Sabot Tracer (APFSDS-T) in operational performance.

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    NEW PRODUCT - This cartridge is a high explosive multipurpose cartridge that has antiarmor and antipersonnel capabilities.

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    NEW PRODUCT - This cartridge is kinetic energy, target practice round designed to be fired from a standard NATO.

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  • Fábrica de Municiones de Granada

    Round was developed to produce an armour-penetrating let capable of defeating the increased layers of composite and reactive armours carried by current and future Main Battle Tanks. The 105 MZ can penetrate heavy NATO double, medium NATO triple and heavy NATO triple armour plate arrays.

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  • Fábrica de Municiones de Granada

    105 mm PECA T C512 is a fixed round, with the projectile assembly crimped to pattern cartridge case. The projectile assembly consists of a subprojectile and a sabot.

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  • Fábrica de Municiones de Granada

    This round is used for all the guns included in the STANAG 4458. Used for anti-personnel purposes and against not armored targets. It produces fragmentation effects and an expansion wave.

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  • Fábrica de Municiones de Granada

    The 105mm M490 TP-T cartridge is for use in 105mm gun cannons for training in marksmanship.

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  • Fábrica de Municiones de Granada

    This round is used for all the guns included in the STANAG 4458. A high velocity kinetic energy round, conical stabilized, with tracer. Used for firing and aiming practice.

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  • Fábrica de Municiones de Granada

    This round is used for all of the guns included in the STANAG 4458. The 105mm M456A2 HEAT-T cartridge is a high explosive antitank cartridge and is intended for use in 105mm guns against armored targets.

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  • Fábrica de Municiones de Granada

    This round is used for all the guns included in the STANAG 4458. Used for anti-personnel purposes and against not armored targets. It produces fragmentation effects and an expansion wave.

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  • Fábrica de Municiones de Granada

    A subcalibre training device used for short-range target practice with the M40 recoilless rifle series was developed as the Rifle, Calibre 0.30 Subcalibre M9.

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    Is divided round with stabilizer. Shell is charged with screw filled TNT and is initiated by impact fuze, which can be set on superquick or delayed action.

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  • High Explosive Anti – Tank with Tracer. 125 mm HEAT-T has been designed for direct firing against tanks, self-propelling weapons, mortars and heavy armored targets. It may be also used against concrete bunkers. Round is aerodynamically stabilised with six fin, which are folded and opened during the flight.

  • Armor Piercing Fin Stabilized Discarding Sabots Tracer round) is divided sub-caliber armor piercing round intended for destroying armored targets, such as tanks or other armored vehicles. Armour piercing is max. 550 mm of RHA at the distance of 2,000 m. The armor piercing penetrator is made from tungsten alloy, equipped with fin stabilizer with tracer. The projectile is embedded in combustible case with powder charge.

  • Practice High-Explosive with Tracer and self destruction. Is divided round with stabilizer and tracer. Shell is charged with screw filled TNT and is equipped with front self destructive fuze (AZ-90), bottom self-destructive fuze (DZ 75 AU) and two tracers. The self-destruction occurs within an interval of 3.8-5 seconds.

  • 125 mm IMITATION TRAINING ROUND. 125 mm CV is a practice/imitation ammunition designed for tank cannon D-81, which perfectly imitates loading and firing of combat ammunition. Energy created during shooting is sufficient for automatic function of the weapon in extreme temperatures. In regards of the minimal danger zone (100 m) costs for training are only fraction of costs necessary for firing with combat warhead.