(OPERATORS list includes past, present, and future operators when applicable)
Capable of suppressing enemy elements at range through direct or in-direct fire.
965 mm 37.99 in
350 mm 13.78 in
72.75 lb 33.00 kg
Folding Leaf Rear
Blowback; Repeat-Fire; Belt-Fed
Gas pressure from the rearward movement of the ignited cartridge case provides the needed bolt movement, ejecting the spent case and stripping a fresh case from the magazine.
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Rounds / Feed
Linked-Belt Magazine (Variable Count)
*May not represent an exhuastive list; calibers are model-specific dependent, always consult official manufacturer sources. **Graphics not to actual size; not all cartridges may be represented visually; graphics intended for general reference only.
7,215 ft (2,199 m | 2,405 yd)
795 ft/sec (242 m/sec)
40 AGL - Base Series Designation
SPG-3 - Local-license product by PT Pindad of Indonesia.
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