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NORINCO Type 70-1

Self-Propelled Gun (SPG)

OVERVIEW
HISTORY
SPECIFICATIONS
OPERATORS
ARMAMENT
VARIANTS
Overview



The Chinese Army Type 70-1 Self-Propelled Gun was built from the chassis and running gear of the Type 63-1 Armored Personnel Carrier.




Specifications

YEAR: 1970
MANUFACTURER(S): China NORth INdustries COmpany (NORINCO) - China
PRODUCTION: 100
CREW: 7
LENGTH: 18.37 ft (5.6 m)
WIDTH: 9.84 ft (3 m)
HEIGHT: 8.96 ft (2.73 m)
WEIGHT: 17 Tons (15,400 kg; 33,951 lb)
POWER: 1 x Model 6150L 6-cylinder water-cooled inline diesel engine developing 260 horsepower at 2,000rpm.
SPEED: 35 mph (56 kph)
RANGE: 311 miles (500 km)
NBC PROTECTION: Yes
NIGHTVISION: Yes
OPERATORS: China
Armament



1 x 122mm howitzer
1 x 7.62mm machine gun

Ammunition:
40 x 122mm projectiles
1,000 x 7.62mm ammunition
Variants / Models



Series Model Variants
• Type 70-1 - Base Series Designation






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