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120 mm series 155 mm series mortar round propelling charges. Our range of 155mm ammunition is designed in accordance with NATO Joint Ballistics Memorandum of Understanding (JBMOU) principals and is qualified to STANAG requirements.

122 mm series

122 mm series

The “120 mm series” artillery likely refers to a range of artillery pieces and mortars that utilize 120 mm caliber ammunition. This size is notable for its balance of destructive power, range, and mobility, making it a preferred choice in modern militaries for both towed and self-propelled guns, as well as mortars. Here are some key aspects and examples of 120 mm artillery:

Key Characteristics

  • Caliber: The 120 mm designation refers to the internal diameter of the gun’s barrel. This size allows for a significant explosive charge and the ability to fire shells capable of penetrating fortifications or destroying armored vehicles.
  • Versatility: These weapons can be used for direct fire against enemy positions or indirect fire to provide support over longer distances. They can engage targets with high explosive, smoke, illumination, and precision-guided munitions.
  • Mobility: Many 120 mm systems are designed to be easily transported, either by vehicle or helicopter, allowing for rapid deployment and repositioning on the battlefield.

Examples of 120 mm Artillery

  1. Mortars:
    • 120mm M120/M121 Mortar: A heavy mortar used by the United States Army and Marine Corps, capable of firing a variety of ammunition types for different tactical needs.
    • 2S12 Sani: A 120 mm heavy mortar system used by Russia, designed for high mobility and quick deployment.
  2. Tank Guns:
    • Rheinmetall 120 mm Gun: A smoothbore tank gun used in the Leopard 2 and M1 Abrams tanks, known for its accuracy and penetration capabilities.
  3. Self-Propelled Guns:
    • AMX-10 RC: While primarily classified as a reconnaissance vehicle, the AMX-10 RC, used by the French Army, is equipped with a 120 mm rifled tank gun. This armored vehicle is notable for its combination of firepower, mobility, and protection.