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  Munizioni anti-tank e per mitragliatrici pesanti fino al calibro 19 mm.

Questa tavola è presa dal sito CANNON, MACHINE GUNS AND AMMUNITION
che acconsente a ciò.

Le sigle dei proiettili indicano:
B = ball (i.e. inert metal, no chemical contents)
I = incendiary
HE = high explosive
AP = armour piercing
APCR = AP, composite, rigid (also known as HVAP = high velocity AP, and APHC = AP hard core)
APDS = AP discarding sabot
APFSDS = AP fin stabilised DS
FAP = frangible AP
T = tracer
Altre abbreviazioni: AT = anti-tank, ATR = anti-tank rifle, a/c = aircraft, AA = anti-aircraft, afv = armoured fighting vehicle, Oe = Oerlikon, HS = Hispano-Suiza.
I dati in corsivo indicano munizioni sperimentali o di impiego limitato
La nazionalità è indicata con le sigle automobilistiche; SU indica la Russia,, PRC la Cina.

 Calibro metrico

 Diametro collo

Nazione 

 Proiettile

 Velocità

Nome / Armi 

 7.92 x 94

20.9 

AP / 14.3 

1,210 

WW2 Panzerbüchse ATR

 7.92 x 107

16.5 

AP / 12.8 

1,220 

WW2 Maroszek ATR

10 x 107

20.3

USA

?

?

1950s XM 277 GAU-6 a/c

11 x 59 R

16.9

F

I / 17.5

610

WW1 Hotchkiss / Gras Vickers 'Balloon Gun'

 11.35 x 62

16.0 

DK 

B / 20 

850 

1930s Madsen  a/c

11.4 x 60 R

16.9

USA

B / 31

?

19th Century .450" Gatling

 12.7 x 81

18.3 

UK 

SAP / 37.6 

753 

1930s Vickers .5" V/580 afv/AA

 12.7 x 81SR

19.7 

UK / I / J 

HE/ 33 

770 

1920s Vickers .5" V/565, WW2 Breda-SAFAT, Scotti, Ho-103 a/c

 12.7 x 99

20.3 

USA 

API / 43 

890

1920s .50" Browning, GAU-19/A, Barrett .5" etc 

12.7 x 108 R

25.2

SU

B / 48

810

1930s ShVAK a/c

 12.7 x 108

21.8 

SU 

API / 52 

860

1930s DShK, Berezin, NSV, YakB-12.7 etc 

12.7 x 110 SR

25.0

UK

B / 63.6

716

1900s .50" Colt-Kynoch / North

12.7 x 114

29.5

USA

API / 43

1,200

WW2 .50/60" T17 a/c

12.7 x 120 SR

22.1

UK

AP / 45

927

1930s Vickers .5" Class D AA

12.7 x 120

24.8

USA

AP / 46

1,220

WW2 .50 HV a/c

 13 x 64 B

17.1 

HET / 34 

750

WW2 Rheinmetall-Borsig MG 131 a/c

13 x 92 SR

23.1

D

AP / 52

770

WW1 Mauser M1918 Tankgewehr ATR

13 x 92 B

19.0

D

AP / 32

1,000

WW2 MG 215/13 a/c

 13.2 x 99/96/93

20.2 

F / I / J 

 AP / 52

790

1930s Hotchkiss,  Breda M31, Type 93, Type 3

13.9 x 99 B

20.3

UK

AP / 47.6

884

WW2 .55" Boys ATR

14.5 x 114 

26.9 

SU 

AP / 64 

1,000 

WW2 PTRD, PTRS ATR, KPV AA etc

 15 x 83 B

19.0

HET / 57 

870 

WW2 MG 215/15 a/c

 15 x 96

25.2 

HET / 57 

960

WW2 Mauser MG 151 a/c

 15 x 104/101

24.9 

CZ / UK 

 AP / 75

880

WW2 ZB vz/60, BESA afv

 15 x 115

24.7

AP / 70 

1,070 

1980s FN BRG (early) afv

 15.2 x 114

 29.5

USA 

AP / 76.5 

1,100 

WW2 .60" ATR, T17 a/c

 15.5 x 106

26.9 

AP / 70 

1,070 

1980s FN BRG (late) afv

16.5 x 97 R

24.3

USA

B / 92

?

19th Century .65" Gatling (coiled case)

 16.8 x 149 SR

29.1 

UK 

AP / 85 

1,000 

1930s Vickers .661" AA

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