Infantry Rifles

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Mortars & Ammunitions

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Anti-Tank Weapons

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Recoilless Weapons

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Carl Gustav 84mm RCL

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OT-64 "Skot"

Crew: 2 + 15 troops.

Combat Weight: 14,500 kg.

Power-to-Weight Ratio: 12.41 bhp/ton.

Engine: V-8 diesel engine, developing 180 hp.

Fuel Capacity: Not Known.

Maximum Speed: 94.4 km/h.

Maximum Range: 710 km.

Transmission: Semi-automatic transmission.

Steering: Not Known.

Art work of an OT-64 Infantry Combat Vehicle.

Suspension: Not Known.

Electrical System: Not Known.

Gradient: 60%.

Side Slope: Not Known.

Fording: Amphibious.

Vertical Obstacle: 0.5 metres.

Trench Crossing: 2 metres.

Ground Clearance: 0.46 metres.

Armament: 1 x 14.5mm main gun.
...............1 x 7.62mm machine gun.

Variants: DPT-65 repair vehicle*
.............OT-64R (command and radio)*
*It is not known as to whether these variants served in the Indian Army.

Comments: Before the arrival of the BMP-1/2 ICVs, the OT-62/64 ICVs were used. Currently they are used for mortar carrier duties.

30mm AGS-17 PLAMYA


Indian soldiers with the 30mm AGS-17 in Kargil


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Crew: 3.

Combat Weight: 14,600 kg.

Ground Pressure: 0.50 kg/cm2.

Engine: V-6B 6-cylinder in-line water-cooled diesel with 240hp at 1800 RPM.

Fuel Capacity: 250 litres.

Maximum Speed: 50km/h.


A Russian Army PT-76 Amphibious Tank

Maximum Range: With long range fuel tanks; 250 km.

Electrical System: 24V.

Gradient: 70%.

Side Slope: 35%

Fording: Amphibious.

Trench Crossing: 2.8 metres.

Vertical Obstacle: 1.1 metres.


Art work of a PT-76 Amphibious Tank

Armament: 1 x 76.2mm gun with 40 rounds
...............1 x 7.62mm coaxial machine gun with 1000 rounds.

Gun Elevation/Depression: +14º/-6º.

Smoke Grenade Launchers: 8.

Comments: This amphibious tank was used in the 1971 Indo-Pak war in the former East Pakistan (Bangladesh). The PT-76 MBTs were kept in reserve status until recently and have since been disposed of. They are now used in a variety of roles - from target practice by the Indian Air Force (IAF) to static memorials at various military establishments around the country.