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    http://www.ciidefence.com/pdf/RFI/RF...FSAPDS-AMN.pdf

    (a) Round Designation of Mark - CL3254M
    (b) Projectile Designation or Mark- CL3254M
    (c) Mass of Shell or Shot (kg) - 7.89 kg
    (d) Mass of Round (kg) - 21.0 kg
    (e) Primer - GUV-7
    (f) Designation of SCC - CL3254M
    (g) Muzzle Velocity (m/s) - 1660
    (h) Effective Range (M) - Not less than 3000
    (j) Armour Penetration - 225 mm RHA plate at 62
    deg NATO target.

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    a lot of interesting about new russian 125mm APFSDS.




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    Wolchonok, spasibo bolsoe!

    Great video, showing lots of interesting items including experimental. Downloaded it for reference.

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    Really great information, thank you for posting this.
    Dave.

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    Awesome thread! That video shows some great shots of sectioned rounds! Awesome! Some of the Russian APFSDS pictures show buttrus grooves that are extremely different in design then most other countries.

    Jason

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    125mm new APFSDS "Svinets" what a shame, in 2013 level of M829A1/A2...



    "Grifel" APFSDS for new tank, and new gun, and new autoloader...


    experemental 125mm APFSDS "Nadezhda"



    experemental 125mm APFSDS with Ramjet

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    122mm APDS for T-10M tank.



    100mm APFSDS 3BM-20 "Izomer"



    115mm APFSDS "Zastup(spade)" perhaps 3BM-6


    All images from Otvaga2004 forum.
    Last edited by Wolchonok; 21st March 2013 at 12:28 AM.

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    Saw a lot of 3BK18M HEAT 125mm, 3OF26 HE 125mm wired up to LRCT sets in Iraq in 2007. Plus a few propellant charges and apfsds rounds used as decoy rounds. Wired the same way.

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    sure woud like to see a similar posting on 152mm and 203mm projectiles. These 125 posts are great
    any live or dug ordnance shown in my posts was dealt with by EOD personell

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    A friend sent me this scan the other day that shows a Russian 125MM APFSDS projectile that utilizes a dual dart sub-projectile(s). Pretty wild design that I have not observed before.
    Jason


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