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    Last edited by pzgr40; 28th March 2013 at 10:37 AM.

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    Now that is a beautiful sectioned 125! WOW! Again, you have extreme sectioning skills, DJH!

    Jason

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    on the left presumably 100mm APFSDS "Val'shchik" for MT-12 "Rapira" AT gun (in english translate it's close to "feller") on right 3BM2, "Val'shckik"(100mm, 1986) and "Kamerger"(115, 1988) was reduced copy of "Vant"(125mm, 1985).

    taken from otvaga2004 forum
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    from left to right:100mm APDSFS 3BM25 "Izomer" for T55, 3UBM15 "Val'shchik" for MT-12 "Rapira",100mm 3BM24 "Kalach' for MT-12 "Rapira", 125mm 3BM32 "Vant", 3BM9 and 3BM15

    taken from otvaga2004 forums
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    Quote Originally Posted by SG500 View Post
    Thanks again, what is the idea of two different penetrators one behind the other.
    I've seen this is russian 76mm arrowhead rounds where there is a forward core with a heavy metal plug behind it. Never seen it in a dart.
    Your English is very good!
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    Dave, I am not 100%, but I think the two internal cores are design features that possibly improve penitration and or reduce deflection. Many APFSDS darts are fitted with "Denal Wads" on their tip under the windscreen. Somehow these compress on impact to prepare the impact location in advance on the core and they also help to reduce deflection. I'm thinking or guessing, that the two internal tungsten cores may be based off of the same concept as the denal wads????? Maybe the first core impacts the target and helps prepare for the second core? Also, if the first core is deflected in anyway, the second core will be there to enter the same softened impact location microseconds after? I'm just speculating on all of this of course :-)
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    115mm cartridge 3USH2 with 3SH6 «Kil'ka-2(sprat-2)» projectile, with ready-striking elements(pellets)

    Projectile weight - 17.4 kg
    Weight lifting charge - 0.08 kg
    Number of pellets(dont know how it will be in english, things in shell looks like nails) - 4000 pc
    The weight of one pellet - 1.26 g

    taken from otvaga2004 forums

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    Wolchonok, the word you are looking for is "flechettes".

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    100-mm cartridge 3USH1 with 3SH5 «Kil'ka-1(sprat-1)» with ready-striking elements(flechettes) from otvaga2004 forums
    Projectile weight – 15,6 kg
    Weight lifting charge – 0,08 kg
    Number of flechettes – 1800 pc
    The weight of one flechett – 1,26 kg

    also there was a 125mm flechette 3SH7 "Voron"(Raven), but no photo

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    3BM42 "Mango" 1991 production

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    Tracer nut and tracer T-20-1 (3CHR2M)

    from otvaga2004

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