This guide aids in the identiﬁcation of foreign projectiles and projectile fragments. Most projectiles covered in this guide are in the high-explosive category, ranging from 37 to 240 mm. Recovered live and dud projectiles, including components, may vary slightly in weights and dimensions from those reported herein primarily because of variances in manufacture and quality control. A pintle-mounted 7.62mm or 12.7 mm machine gun can be mounted on the left-hand side roof hatch. The machine gun’s primary function is to engage low flying enemy aircraft, lightly skinned armored vehicles and suppress enemy infantry. Up to 2000 rounds of 7.62 or 1000 rounds of 12.7 mm ammunition can be carried aboard. Only four ready rounds could be stored inside the turret, while the other 36 were stored inside the front hull, next to the driver, and 2500 round for the coaxial. Provision for the optional 12.7 mm AA is unknown. The main gun could fire the BM-6 APFSDS-T, BK-4, BK-4M HEAT and OF-18 Frag-HE rounds.