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    Russian submunition 9N...

    Hello everyone


    a little post for enthusiasts. I am trying to clarify all the information on Russian submunitions type 9H or 9N.


    Many speak of the 9N21 while it is called 9N210! It's written on the base ...


    Can anyone clarify all this by referring to 9N 210, 22, 24, 230, 235 ...

    RegardsDSC05814.JPGIMGP0595.jpg9H235.jpg
    Any live or recovered ordnance shown in my posts is/has been dealt with by EOD personnel

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    Quote Originally Posted by FZG76 View Post
    Hello everyone


    a little post for enthusiasts. I am trying to clarify all the information on Russian submunitions type 9H or 9N.


    Many speak of the 9N21 while it is called 9N210! It's written on the base ...


    Can anyone clarify all this by referring to 9N 210, 22, 24, 230, 235 ...

    Regards
    9N22 is warhead, not submunition. On your phot 9N210 in normal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivashkin View Post
    9N22 is warhead, not submunition. On your phot 9N210 in normal.
    We know 9H22 as a cargo rocket submunition with parachute.
    Any Live or Dug ordnance shown by me has been disposed of by EOD personnel .

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    Quote Originally Posted by MINENAZ16 View Post
    We know 9H22 as a cargo rocket submunition with parachute.
    Hm, interesting. Maybe you mean that 9N22 is sub for FROG-7. But I have not found correct russain language sources about it. I think could be that 9N22 is sub for rocket 9N18K and in the same time is warhead for rocket 9M22.
    For example. warhead for 9M28S is 9N510; for 9M28F is 9N55 (information from official manuals).
    Last edited by Ivashkin; 4th November 2017 at 07:37 AM.

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    Yes for frog7 (maybe 9M21).
    Not common warhead as 9M22 is 122mm diam. and 9N22 is 73.5mm.
    Any Live or Dug ordnance shown by me has been disposed of by EOD personnel .

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    Quote Originally Posted by MINENAZ16 View Post
    Yes for frog7 (maybe 9M21).
    Not common warhead as 9M22 is 122mm diam. and 9N22 is 73.5mm.
    I did not play with cluster warheads for Frog-5 and do not know size of sub in warhead. And do not know who also was playing))

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    Hello,


    I am certain of the 9H22 designation for submunitions. there are 42 in the head of the Frog. I worked on objects.


    For 9H210, in France, the EOD called it 9H21 ... a mistake!

    Normally, the difference between 210 and 235 would be the delay of the fuze.

    Regards
    IMGP059.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by FZG76 View Post
    Normally, the difference between 210 and 235 would be the delay of the fuze.
    And this too. Information from manual.
    9N22 looks very nice.

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    Is the 9N210 the same as the submunition out of the BM-30 SMERCH?
    Or is it the 9N235 ?

    Are the 9N210 & 9N235 similar in external dimensions?

    THANK YOU!

    ~Will
    Last edited by Willy-D; 20th October 2020 at 06:56 PM.

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    o-16-001.jpg9N24 fragmentation sub.jpgsub_munition handbook_Page_08.jpgo 10.jpgBLATT_III__Bomblets.jpg139.jpg152.jpgBLATT_II__Bomblets (1).jpgBLATT_I__Bomblets.jpg1BE3497E.jpg Here are a few of the subs being talked about I have some pretty good files on these. It appears that sometimes the letters being used are russian or perhaps english translation. And the nomenclatures may change with the weapon being used in. But that is just a thought on my part.
    any live or dug ordnance shown in my posts was dealt with by EOD personell

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