30x29 mm Round VOG-17
High explosive rounds are used in utomatic grenade launchers ASG-17, AG-17A, and AGS-30. The round is effective against enemy infantry in open terrain or light shelters.
30x165 mm Round (HE, HE-T, HEI, HEI-T, AP, AP-T)
Rounds are compatible with automatic aircraft guns GSH-30, GSH-30K, GSH-6-30, and GSH-301. Cartridges are effective against unprotected or light armored ground targets, airborne targets, and enemy infantry.
TB-7V 40 mm
Thermobaric grenade, 40 mm round TB-7V is designed for firing from RPG-7 and RPG-7V.
The grenade consists of a rocket motor PG-7DM and thermobaric warhead TB-7 which is made of the aluminum body filled with thermobaric explosive TBS.
PG-7VM 40 mm
Anti-tank grenade, 40 mm Round HEAT-T (PG-7VM) for RPG-7 is designed for use against hostile armored vehicles, mechanized troops and manpower in field-type and urban-type shelters.
100 mm (HE, AP-T, HEAT-T, APFSDS-T)
The rounds can by used in T-54, T-55, and cannon 100 mm.
Types available: HE, AP-T, HEAT-T, APFSDS-T
120 mm Mortar Bomb HE
The 120 mm mortar bomb is intended for firing at unprotected stationary targets, high troops densities, transport convoys, machine gun nests.
122 mm Round (HE, HEAT)
The round may be used in the D-30 cannon or 2S1 Gvozdika self-propelled howitzer.
122 mm HE JROF rocket
The rocket is used in the RM-70 and B-21 GRAD rocket launchers..
Container Projectile with Anti-Tank Mines PTMi-D1M
A container projectile is an unguided 122 mm caliber missile.
The container projectile is intended to lay mine fields through scattering anti-tank mines during flight within a range from 500 m up to 3 000 m from the MV- 3 launcher site.
125 mm Round (HE, HEAT-T, APFSDS-T)
HE: High-explosive round is used mainly against enemy personnel and to destroy buildings.
HEAT-T: Anti-tank round with the inner shaped charge.
HEAT-PRACTICE-T: This high-explosive round is intended for the purpose of tank crew training.
APFSDS-T: This armour-piercing cartridge consists of a fin-stabilized subprojectile and a tracer assembly attached to the rear of the fin.