The M27 Infantry Automatic Rifle (IAR) is a lightweight, magazinefed 5. 56mm, selectfire weapon based on the Heckler& Koch HK416. Patriot Ordnance Factory, and General Dynamics Armament and Technical Products with the CIS Ultimax 100 MK5 (marketed as the GDATP IAR).
US Recoilless Rifle 105mm M27 From MilitaryInfo Publishing The" Lost and Found Department"of Historical Military Technology, in business for over 20 years now.
M27 105mm Recoilless Rifle. The M27 is an 105mm breechloaded, singleshot, manportable, crewserved recoilless rifle. It can be used in both antitank and antipersonnel roles. Recoilless rifles 1951 Korean War US Army M27 105MM Recoilless Rifle Manual TM 9329 105MM RIFLE M 27 AND CARRIAGES M22 AND T47 MODIFIED AND MOUNTS M75 AND T143 US Military Manual Restricted to non Ufrom.
Toggle navigation Jul 31, 2013 I have a M38A1C with the M27 105mm recoilless rifle and the M75 Mount. I am looking for others with these or ones in museums. I know of just two other ones. Dec 01, 2013 I have a copy of the restricted 1946 Watervliet Arsenal" Notes on Materiel" covering the 105mm Gun, Recoilless T19E1 the predessesor of the M27. This is an older photocopy that wasn't an attempt to replicate the original quality manual.
Engineering Design Handbook: Recoilless Rifle Weapon Systems United States War DepartmentDepartment of the Army Technical Manual Collection: Series TM6, TM7, TM8, TM9 Science Reference Guide Research Finding Aids from the Library of Congress, Science Reference Services.
Manual has multiple places where it is stamped, United States Army Infantry Museum. Rear cover has wrinkles at corner. COMMENTS: Rare technical manual on the servicing, repair and adjustment of the classic WWII pack howitzer. The M40 recoilless rifle is a lightweight, portable, crewserved 105 mm weapon intended primarily as an antitank weapon made in the United States.
The weapon is commonly described as being 106 mm, but it is in fact 105 mm; the 106 mm designation was intended to prevent confusion with the incompatible 105 mm ammunition from the failed M27. [13 Small Arms Defense Journal interviewed Robert Robbie Reidsma, on November 21, 2011, following the exclusive M27 briefing and live fire session he had arranged for us earlier that day at a special operations and law enforcement tactical training center called The Crucible in rural Stafford County near Fredericksburg, Virginia.
Reidsma, a M27 Recoilless Rifle; M50 Ontos; M40 106mm Recoilless Rifle. As early as 1944, the US Army had expressed an interest in an 105mm recoilless rifle. This led to the development of the T18 and