Some chinese ammo photographs by me


#1

cannonball








70mm howitzer ammo from Germany


Type 83 122mm howitzer ammo(antipersonnel explosive)

Type 66 152mm cannon ammo(antipersonnel explosive)

Type 56 85mm howitzer ammo(antipersonnel lessen-explosive)





Type 60 122mm cannon ammo(antipersonnel explosive)



#2


Type 44 100mm cannon ammo(antipersonnel explosive)




Type 54 122mm howitzer ammo(antipersonnel explosive)

Type 59 130mm cannon ammo(antipersonnel explosive)


Type 71 100mm smoothbore-cannon ammo(antipersonnel explosive)


Type 56 85mm cannon ammo(spitzer armor-piercing tracer)



Type 55 85mm anti-tank ammo(hat-up armor-piercing tracer)


Type 73 100mm smoothbore-cannon ammo(APFSDS tungsten core)



Type 56 85mm cannon ammo(hypervelocity armor-piercing tracer)


Type 56 85mm cannon ammo(hat-up armor-piercing tracer)


#3



Type 56 85mm cannon ammo(high explosive anti-tank fin-stabilized)



75mm infantry-gun ammo from USA


left:Type 83 60mm mortar ammo(antipersonnel), right:Type 89 60mm mortar ammo(antipersonnel)

Type 53 82mm mortar ammo(to launch the fly sheet)











82mm mortar ammo(special)


#4


Type 89 100mm mortar ammo(antipersonnel incendiary)




left:Type 71 100m mortar ammo(antipersonnel explosive), right:Type 53 82mm mortar ammo



Type 55 120mm mortar ammo(white phosphorus)


Type 55 120mm mortar ammo(illumination)



Type 55 120mm mortar ammo(antipersonnel explosive)



left:Type 87 82mm mortar ammo(antipersonnel explosive), right:Type 87 82mm mortar ammo(antipersonnel explosive by steel ball)




#5




Type 78 82mm recoilless ammo(high explosive anti-tank)











Type 56 75mm recoilless ammo(antipersonnel explosive)


155mm howitzer ammo(illumination)


Type 59 130mm cannon ammo(illumination)


#6





Type 66 152mm cannon ammo(illumination)

Type 53 82mm mortar ammo(incendiary)



Type 54 122mm howitzer ammo(white phosphorus)


155mm howitzer ammo(white phosphorus)


Type 66 152mm howitzer ammo(white phosphorus)


#7

Looks like someone has been visiting the People’s Liberation Army Museum in Beijing.
Yes, they do have a fantastic display there.
Gregg


#8

Interesting pictures, but not of much use without explanations of what they are.


#9

The Chinese signs are quite discriptive- at lease I can read the calibers(on some photos). Some translations would be great.


#10

Great pics of big bore stuff (my fav), thanks!

Jason


#11

bomb


cartridge






#12

fuze






L:Liu-4 fuze(shrapnel), M:Shi-1 fuze(time), R:Po-1 fuze(HEAT)

R:Pai-1 fuze(mortar)

L:Jian-1 fuze(rocket), M:Pai-4 fuze(mortar), R:Yan-1(white phosphorus)

R:Dian-1E fuze(electronic)







#13

grenade


Type Fang-1 (fragmentation)

R:Type 72 anti-tank, M: Type 72 anti-tank, R:PnT-42 from CCCP


R:Gong-42(offensive), R:Type 82-1(fragmentation)

anti-tank

R:Type 67(wood handle)


Type 77-1 but no wood handle(left and right)



unknow


L:40mm(incendiary), R:40mm(antipersonnel by time fuze)


40mm(smoke)

Vietnamese seized from the hand of the American, we seized from the hand of the Vietnamese.


#14

Good work- with close- ups , translation and identification it will be FANTASTIC !


#15

OK, I has been translated.

all photos in here http://s194.photobucket.com/albums/z216/tienchina/ammunition/


#16

mine

Type 72 anti-tank mine(iron shell)







L:Type 69 anti-personnel mine, R:Type 72 anti-personnel mine

L:Type 66 mine(similar M18A1 Claymore)


#17

rocket




PF89 80mm individual rocket







Type 63 130mm rocket(antipersonnel explosive)

signal

Type 79 21mm signal(hand)

Type 57 26mm signal cartridge


#18

torpedo




















#19

Great pics! I love the ones of the 2 Chinese torpedoes. 1st good pics I have seen of those 2. Looks like an incredible museum.


#20

This museum has one of the largest ammo sections for public display I have ever seen.