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IPC 7
  F42 - F42B 5/38  
F42B00600-F42B01282
  F42B 14/00 - F42B 39/30  

SECTION F – MECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING


F 42AMMUNITION; BLASTING


F 42 BEXPLOSIVE CHARGES, e.g. FOR BLASTING; FIREWORKS; AMMUNITION (explosive compositions C06B; fuzes F42C; blasting F42D) [2,5]


6/

00Projectiles or missiles specially adapted for projection without use of explosive or combustible propellant charge, e.g. for blow guns, bows or crossbows, hand-held spring or air guns (for delivering hypodermic charges F42B 12/54; throwing-darts A63B 65/02; projectiles or missiles incorporating springs as the projecting means F41B 7/02) [5]

6/

02.Arrows; Crossbow bolts; Harpoons for hand-held spring or air guns  [5]

6/

04..Archery arrows (F42B 6/08, F41B 5/06 take precedence)  [5]

6/

06...Tail ends, e.g. nocks, fletching  [5]

6/

08..Arrow heads; Harpoon heads  [5]

6/

10.Air gun pellets  [5]


7/

00Shotgun ammunition

7/

02.Cartridges, i.e. cases with propellant charge and missile

7/

04..of pellet type

7/

06..with cartridge case of plastics

7/

08..Wads therefor

7/

10..Ball or slug shotgun cartridges

7/

12..Cartridge top closures, i.e. for the missile side (closures for blasting cartridges F42B 3/24)  [5]


8/

00Practice or training ammunition  [4]

8/

02.Cartridges  [5]

8/

04..Blank cartridges, i.e. primed cartridges without projectile but containing an explosive or combustible powder charge  [5]

8/

06...for cap-firing pistols  [5]

8/

08..Dummy cartridges, i.e. inert cartridges containing neither primer nor explosive or combustible powder charge  [5]

8/

10..with sub-calibre adaptor  [5]

8/

12.Projectiles or missiles (F42B 10/48, F42B 12/36, F42B 19/36 take precedence)  [5]

8/

14..disintegrating in flight or upon impact  [5]

Note

 Group F42B 8/14 takes precedence over groups F42B 8/18 to F42B 8/26.  [5]

8/

16...containing an inert filler in powder or granular form  [5]

8/

18..Rifle grenades  [5]

8/

20..Mortar grenades  [5]

8/

22..Fall bombs  [5]

8/

24..Rockets  [5]

8/

26..Hand grenades  [5]

8/

28.Land or marine mines; Depth charges  [5]


10/

00Means for influencing, e.g. improving, the aerodynamic properties of projectiles or missiles; Arrangements on projectiles or missiles for stabilising, steering, range-reducing, range-increasing or fall-retarding (F42B 6/00 takes precedence) [5]

10/

02.Stabilising arrangements  [5]

10/

04..using fixed fins (F42B 10/22 takes precedence)  [5]

10/

06...Tail fins  [5]

10/

08....Flechette-type projectiles  [5]

10/

10....the fins being formed in the barrel by deformation of the projectile body  [5]

10/

12..using fins longitudinally-slidable with respect to the projectile or missile  [5]

10/

14..using fins spread or deployed after launch, e.g. after leaving the barrel  [5]

10/

16...Wrap-around fins  [5]

10/

18...using a longitudinally slidable support member  [5]

10/

20...deployed by combustion gas pressure, or by pneumatic or hydraulic forces  [5]

10/

22..Projectiles of cannelured type  [5]

10/

24...with inclined grooves  [5]

10/

26..using spin (F42B 10/04, F42B 10/12, F42B 10/14, F42B 10/24, F42B 14/02 take precedence)  [5]

10/

28...induced by gas action  [5]

10/

30....using rocket motor nozzles  [5]

10/

32.Range-reducing or range-increasing arrangements; Fall-retarding means  [5]

10/

34..Tubular projectiles  [5]

10/

36...Ring-foil projectiles  [5]

10/

38..Range-increasing arrangements (F42B 10/34, F42B 14/06 take precedence)  [5]

10/

40...with combustion of a slow-burning charge, e.g. fumers, base-bleed projectiles  [5]

10/

42...Streamlined projectiles  [5]

10/

44....Boat-tails specially adapted for drag reduction  [5]

10/

46....Streamlined nose cones; Windshields; Radomes  [5]

10/

48..Range-reducing, destabilising or braking arrangements; Fall-retarding means (F42B 10/34 takes precedence)  [5]

10/

50...Brake flaps  [5]

10/

52...Nose cones  [5]

10/

54...Spin braking means  [5]

10/

56...of parachute type  [5]

10/

58...of rotochute type  [5]

10/

60.Steering arrangements (F42B 19/01 takes precedence)  [5]

10/

62..Steering by movement of flight surfaces  [5]

10/

64...of fins  [5]

10/

66..Steering by varying intensity or direction of thrust (thrust vector control of rocket engine plants F02K 9/80)  [5]


12/

00Projectiles, missiles or mines characterised by the warhead, the intended effect, or the material (F42B 6/00, F42B 10/00, F42B 14/00 take precedence; for practice or training F42B 8/12, F42B 8/28; self-propulsion or guidance aspects F42B 15/00) [5]

12/

02.characterised by the warhead or the intended effect  [5]

12/

04..of armour-piercing type  [5]

12/

06...with hard or heavy core; Kinetic energy penetrators (F42B 12/16, F42B 12/74 take precedence)  [5]

12/

08...with armour-piercing caps; with armoured cupola  [5]

12/

10...with shaped or hollow charge (shaped or hollow charges per se F42B 1/02)  [5]

12/

12....rotatably mounted with respect to missile housing  [5]

12/

14....the symmetry axis of the hollow charge forming an angle with the longitudinal axis of the projectile  [5]

12/

16....in combination with an additional projectile or charge, acting successively on the target  [5]

12/

18.....Hollow charges in tandem arrangement  [5]

12/

20..of high-explosive type (F42B 12/44 takes precedence)  [5]

12/

22...with fragmentation-hull construction  [5]

12/

24....with grooves, recesses or other wall weakenings  [5]

12/

26....the projectile wall being formed by a spirally-wound element  [5]

12/

28....the projectile wall being built from annular elements  [5]

12/

30....Continuous-rod warheads  [5]

12/

32....the hull or case comprising a plurality of discrete bodies, e.g. steel balls, embedded therein  [5]

12/

34..expanding before or on impact, i.e. of dumdum or mushroom type  [5]

12/

36..for dispensing materials; for producing chemical or physical reaction; for signalling  [5]

12/

38...of tracer type  [5]

12/

40...of target-marking, i.e. impact-indicating, type (F42B 12/48 takes precedence)  [5]

12/

42...of illuminating type, e.g. carrying flares  [5]

12/

44...of incendiary type (F42B 12/46 takes precedence)  [5]

12/

46...for dispensing gases, vapours, powders or chemically-reactive substances (F42B 12/70 takes precedence)  [5]

12/

48....smoke-producing  [5]

12/

50....by dispersion  [5]

12/

52.....Fuel-air explosive devices  [5]

12/

54....by implantation, e.g. hypodermic projectiles  [5]

12/

56...for dispensing discrete solid bodies (F42B 12/70 takes precedence)  [5]

12/

58....Cluster or cargo ammunition, i.e. projectiles containing one or more submissiles (F42B 12/32 takes precedence)  [5]

12/

60.....the submissiles being ejected radially  [5]

12/

62.....the submissiles being ejected parallel to the longitudinal axis of the projectile  [5]

12/

64......the submissiles being of shot- or flechette-type  [5]

12/

66.....Chain-shot, i.e. the submissiles being interconnected by chains or the like  [5]

12/

68....Line-carrying missiles, e.g. for life-saving (harpoons F42B 30/14)  [5]

12/

70....for dispensing radar chaff or infra-red material (radar-reflector targets, active targets transmitting infra-red radiation F41J 2/00; radar-reflecting surfaces H01Q 15/14)  [5]

12/

72.characterised by the material (heat treatment for explosive shells C21D 9/16)  [5]

12/

74..of the core or solid body  [5]

12/

76..of the casing  [5]

12/

78...of jackets for smallarm bullets  [5]

12/

80...Coatings  [5]

12/

82....reduction friction  [5]

  F42 - F42B 5/38    F42B 14/00 - F42B 39/30  
 

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