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Hans Werner Luther, Peter Bender: Fin-stabilized subcaliber projectile. Rheinmetall G m b H, Ernest G Montague, Karl F Ross, Herbert Dubno, September 21, 1976: US03981246 (21 worldwide citation)

A fin-stabilized subcaliber projectile having a drive cage comprising a plurality of segments and surrounding the body of the projectile in its central region. A tail disc is fastened to the cage and jointly covers the segments and tears in the region of the joints upon the release of the cage. Both ...


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Fritz K Feldmann, Paul J Griffith, Craig L Christenson: Fin-stabilized subcaliber projectile and method of spin tuning. Pacific Armatechnica Corporation, Patrick J Walsh, March 28, 1989: US04815682 (16 worldwide citation)

The invention concerns a fin-stabilized projectile for employment from a rifled barrel and is particularly suitable for automatic cannons having calibers from 12.7 to 70 millimeters. The full rate of spin commensurate with the rifling twist of a specific barrel and the muzzle velocity is imparted to ...


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Luther Hans Werner, Romer Rudolf, Winkelmann Jurgen, Rossmann Winfried: Fin-stabilized subcaliber projectile. Rheinmetall, Montague Ernest G, Ross Karl F, Dubno Herbert, August 19, 1975: US3899978 (8 worldwide citation)

A fin-stabilized subcaliber projectile, which comprises a projectile body including a central portion. A drive cage surrounds the central portion of the projectile body. The drive cage includes a plurality of segments held together by suitable means and covered by a common sealing disc on its rear s ...


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Rudolf Rossmann: Releasable sabot for a fin-stabilized subcaliber projectile. Oerlikon Contraves Pyrotec, Sandler Greenblum & Bernstein, February 14, 1995: US05388523 (7 worldwide citation)

In subcaliber projectiles at discharge, a sabot is located between the inner wall surface of the cannon and the fin-stabilized projectile, wherein the sabot, which in a known manner serves to increase the acceleration area, is comprised of a sabot body and a sabot jacket, wherein, in order that upon ...


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Fritz K Feldmann, Paul J Griffith, Craig L Christenson: Fin-stabilized subcaliber projectile. Pacific Armatechnica Corporation, Patrick J Walsh, February 20, 1990: US04901646 (7 worldwide citation)

The invention concerns a fin-stabilized discarding sabot projectile for employment from a rifled barrel and is particularly suitable for automatic cannons having calibers from 12.7 to 70 millimeters. The full rate of spin commensurate with the rifling twist of a specific barrel and the muzzle veloci ...


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Rossmann Rudolf: Sabot largable pour projectile empenne sous-calibre, Releasable sabot for a fin-stabilized subcaliber projectile. Oerlikon Contraves Pyrotec, MACRAE & CO, February 24, 1998: CA2121100

In subcaliber projectiles at discharge, a sabot islocated between the inner wall surface of the cannon and thefin-stabilized projectile, wherein the sabot, which in a knownmanner serves to increase the acceleration area, is comprisedof a sabot body and a sabot jacket, wherein, in order thatupon exit ...


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Feldmann Fritz K, Griffith Paul J, Christenson Craig L: Projectile empenne de calibre reduit et methode de reglage de la vitesse de rotation, Fin-stabilized subcaliber projectile and method of spin tuning. Pacific Armatechnica Corporation, BORDEN LADNER GERVAIS, January 19, 1993: CA1312776

ABSTRACT The invention concerns a fin-stabilized projectile for employmentfrom a rifled barrel and is particularly suitable for automatic cannonshaving calibers from 12.7 to 70 millimeters. The full rate of spincommensurate with the rifling twist of a specific barrel and the muzzlevelocity is impart ...


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Feldmann Fritz K, Griffith Paul J, Christenson Craig L: Reduction of velocity decay of fin stabilized subcaliber projectile. Oerlikon Contraves Pyrotec, July 14, 1995: JP1995-174499

PURPOSE: To reduce velocity decay by reducing aerodynamic drag at boundary layer by the annular groove of stub screw configuration of specific angle minimizing pressure drag and related shock wave interaction. CONSTITUTION: A discarding sabot is necessary for supporting a subcaliber projectile havin ...


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Rossmann Rudolf: Releasable sabot for fin-stabilized subcaliber projectile. Oerlikon Contraves Pyrotec, March 3, 1995: JP1995-055400

PURPOSE: To achieve an absolutely ensured gas sealing between a cannon barrel and a sabot in discharge without being affected by the weare of the cannon barrel. CONSTITUTION: In subcaliber projectiles at discharge, a sabot 10 is located between the inner wall surface of the cannon and the fin-stabil ...



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