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Nammo successfully test fired new 155 mm IM HE-ER round

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Nammo successfully test fired new 155 mm IM HE-ER round
On Wednesday March 25th 2015, the 155 mm Insensitive Munition High Explosive Extended Range (IM HE-ER) was successfully test fired at 32 km range, in Älvdalen, Sweden. This test concluded the development phase of the first new Nammo 155 mm round, announced yesterday the company in an official statement.
Nammo successfully test fired new 155 mm IM HE ER round 640 001Nammo new 155 mm IM HE-ER round during firing test in Älvdalen, Sweden
(Credit: Nammo)
In February 2013, Nammo started to develop a new family of conventional 155 mm artillery ammunition, specially designed for long range (40 km).

The test was a demonstration for the Swedish Armed Forces, and the rounds were fired from the Swedish Archer Gun System. A total of 32 live rounds were fired, all functioned as intended with a low dispersion in the target – High Precision at Long Distance.

Nammo expects the development contract for the entire 155 mm family to be signed by the Norway Government by August, and the product qualification of IM HE-ER is planned to be completed by Q1 2016.



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