Sheet 50 Other common ordnance
There are so many kinds of ordnance in Angola that very few can be shown in this training resource. The picture shows a few examples of grenades, rockets and projectiles that are commonly found.
A – A projectile with its fins extended and closed. Its fuze is underneath.
B – A wire guided, rail launched “Sagger” anti-tank missile.
C – An RPG-7G Rocket Propelled Grenade.
D – An RPG-7M Rocket Propelled Grenade.
E – A BK811 series recoilless, anti-tank projectile.
F – An F-1 fragmentation hand-grenade.
G – An old and a new PG-7 fuze/detonator. These are as dangerous as other detonators.
H – An “INERGA” anti-tank rifle grenade.
I – A M60P1 anti-personnel rifle grenade with its launching cartridge and container behind it.
J – An M32ZA anti-tank rifle grenade (fragmentation).
K – A No.65 anti-personnel rifle grenade
L – An M60 anti-tank rifle grenade.
M – A hand grenade used in a rifle mode.
N – An RGD-5 hand-grenade.
O – Old rifle ammunition. Originally painted green, the bullets have corroded.
P – heavy machine-gun ammunition.
Q – A modern fragmentation hand-grenade with the fuze and detonator separated from the grenade’s plastic body.