Soviet 30x165 Markings


#1

I have a Soviet 30x165 Dummy round ith the following markings:

Stamped into nose Fuse:
5B-И-Д-670M

Stamped into projectile:
УЧ-[arrow]-90

Printed on Case:
3ПУ 20
УЧEБHO-
TPEHИP.

Headstamp:
7 УЧ

Can anyone give me any information on what these markings translate to?


#2

[quote=“Falcon”]I have a Soviet 30x165 Dummy round ith the following markings:

Stamped into nose Fuse:
5B-И-Д-670M

Stamped into projectile:
УЧ-[arrow]-90

Printed on Case:
3ПУ 20
УЧEБHO-
TPEHИP.

Headstamp:
7 УЧ

Can anyone give me any information on what these markings translate to?[/quote]

УЧ. УЧEБHO-TPEHИP - for training


#3

Thanks linnet, are any of the other markings on the round a date?


#4

A-670M is the designation of the fuze. The other characters in the same row are the lot number

On the projectile there are also the lot-factory-year codes. УЧ stands for УЧEБHO which means training lot

Regards,
Vince


#5

Thanks, what factories used the code of the small arrow (on projectile) and number “7” (headstamp)?

What is the actual English translation of “УЧEБHO-TPEHИP”?


#6

I hade a fired Dutch 77x277R case headstamped:

-------C.75.TR
LOT 7----------1938
---------O.M.

The primer is a standard large 3-Slot screw-in type. It is marked:"[A.F.M.]" 310. It also has the very small numbers “51” in one slot and “34” in another. Who manufactured the case and primer? Any info would be helpful.