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The present invention is related to ammunition handling and storage systems, and more particularly to a bulk ammunition handling and storage system and method for reloading magazines of mobile gun installations, such as helicopter-mounted automatic weapons. Typically, airborne weapon systems include non-removable ammunition magazines that must be reloaded with ammunition rounds to replace fired ammunition. Current practice includes manual reloading from bulk ammunition supplied in cartons or cases.
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A belt or ammunition belt is a device used to retain and feed cartridges into a firearm. Belts and the associated feed systems are typically employed to feed machine guns or other automatic weapons. Belt-fed systems minimize the proportional weight of the ammunition to the feeding device along with allowing high rates of continuous fire.
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Below are front and back photos of ten 30 x mmB rounds inert loaded in an ammunition strip? Can anyone provide information on how these ammunition holders are used? Loading strip based on the Hotchkiss principle. Just that the cartridges get fed into an endless chain in the magazine.
I only know details of four types of ammunition so far, they have a very odd looking, belted cartridge case drawn from steel with a mechanical percussion primer. The first shell has a thin walled body lined with a coil of steel wire that produces large numbers of fragments on detonation. This round is designated VOGA and it is used for ground targets only, the shell is fitted with an aluminum nose fuze VMG-A without self-destruction feature.