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  • Traumatic Pistol PM-T Characteristics:
    • Caliber: 9mm RA (9 × 22)
    • Length of the weapon: 161.5 mm
    • Barrel length: 93.5 mm
    • Weapon Height: 126.5 mm
    • Width of the weapon: 30.5 mm
    • Weight without cartridges: 730 g.
    • Store capacity: 8 cartridges
    • Average life of shots: 5000;
     

    PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

    Description: Traumatic pistol PM-T uses rubber ammo and made on the basis of the famous military pistol Makarov (hence the abbreviation - PM-T). Designed for shooting non-lethal cartridges with an elastic bullet. The barrel of the PM-T has a design similar to that of the Grand Power T12 gun. The differences from the original Makarov pistol are reduced only to the used cartridge - 9mm P.A. with a rubber bullet instead of live ammunition 9×18. Thanks to this, the PM-T is the most authentic version of the submachine gun for a traumatic action cartridge.
  • TERMOBARIK 120mm MINOBACAČKA BOMB

    FEATURES:

    • Mortar bomb fuse is not changed during modification into thermobaric. • Mortar bomb case construction is adjusted for HE fragmentation ammunition while saving of case overall dimensions for its change to HE ammunition. • Fragmentation value is not changed for HE fragmentation ammunition.
  • THERMOBARIC 82mm MORTAR BOMB

    FEATURES:

    • Mortar bomb fuse is not changed during modification into thermobaric. • Mortar bomb case construction is adjusted for HE fragmentation ammunition while saving of case overall dimensions for its change to HE ammunition. • Fragmentation value is not changed for HE fragmentation ammunition.
  • THERMOBARIC PROJECTILE 9M28F

    FEATURES:

    • HE fragmentation warheads for missile projectiles of multiple rocket launch system “Grad” • Low fire dispersion at increasing distance leads to unacceptable dispersion of projectiles afield, which excludes the effective defeat of the enemy. • Weight of war-head-21 kg • Weight of explosive component - 14 kg • After filling of thermobaric warhead, TNT equivalent will be 35 kg
  • THERMOBARIC PROJECTILE BM - 210F (9M22U)

    FEATURES:

    • HE fragmentation warheads for missile projectiles of multiple rocket launch system “Grad” • Low fire dispersion at increasing distance leads to unacceptable dispersion of projectiles afield, which excludes the effective defeat of the enemy. • Weight of war-head-19,18 kg • Weight of explosive component - 6,4 kg • After filling of thermobaric warhead, TNT equivalent will be 16 kg
  • THERMOBARIC OFAB - 250

    FEATURES:

    • HE fragmentation air bomb with fuel-air explosive filling. • Three types of effects: 1.powerful blast effect that exceeds the effect of air bomb analogue in weight 2.fragmentation effect (high-speed fragments) 3.shattering effect • Due to the combined blast, fragmentation and thermal effects created to defeat light armored and unprotected vehicles, fuel and lubricant storages and other targets
  • THERMOBARIC OFAB - 100 - 120

    FEATURES:

    • HE fragmentation air bomb with fuel-air explosive filling. • Three types of effects: 1.powerful blast effect that exceeds the effect of air bomb analogue in weight 2.fragmentation effect (high-speed fragments) 3.shattering effect • Due to the combined blast, fragmentation and thermal effects created to defeat light armored and unprotected vehicles, fuel and lubricant storages and other targets
  • COMPOSITE ROCKET FUEL
    A rocket engine is a type of jet engine that uses only stored rocket propellant mass for forming its high speed propulsive jet. Rocket engines are reaction engines, obtaining thrust in accordance with Newton’s third law. Most rocket engines are internal combustion engines, although non-combusting forms (such as cold gas thrusters) also exist. Vehicles propelled by rocket engines are commonly called rockets. Since they need no external material to form their jet, rocket engines can perform in a vacuum and thus can be used to propel spacecraft and ballistic missiles.
  • ROCKET ENGINES
    A rocket engine is a type of jet engine that uses only stored rocket propellant mass for forming its high speed propulsive jet. Rocket engines are reaction engines, obtaining thrust in accordance with Newton’s third law. Most rocket engines are internal combustion engines, although non-combusting forms (such as cold gas thrusters) also exist. Vehicles propelled by rocket engines are commonly called rockets. Since they need no external material to form their jet, rocket engines can perform in a vacuum and thus can be used to propel spacecraft and ballistic missiles.
  • BAKAR OKSID CuO

    FEATURES:

    Black crystal powder. Vast appliance in many branches of industry, as well as in pyrotechnics.
  • AMMONIUM IODIDE NH4 J

    FEATURES:

    White crystal powder. Applied in photography, medicine as well as in production of anti-hail reagent.
  • STRONICIJUM NITRAT Sr(NO3 ) 2

    FEATURES:

    White crystal powder. Mostly applied in pyrotechnics, but also in many other industry fields.

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