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The Frigate's ammunition magazine stored all types of ammunition for the various guns, hand weapons, hand grenades and demolition charges for use if the Frigate had to be scuttled and the guns destroyed if an enemy take-over threatened.
The Frigate's ammunition magazine stored all types of ammunition for the various guns, hand weapons, hand grenades and demolition charges for use if the Frigate had to be scuttled and the guns destroyed if an enemy take-over threatened.

Tank top deck

Ammunition magazines
The Frigate's ammunition magazine stored all types of ammunition for the various guns, hand weapons, hand grenades and demolition charges for use if the Frigate had to be scuttled and the guns destroyed if an enemy take-over threatened. The hand grenades and small weapons were used for close defense, e.g. hand grenades against enemy frogmen.

 

As per 1986 the normal supply of ammunition was as follows:

127 mm guns: 1,660 grenades
51 mm rocket launcher: 96 illumination rockets
4 40 mm guns: 3,400 grenades
9 mm cartridges for pistols and submachine guns: 25,000
7,62 mm cartridges for machinegun: 23,000
Hand grenades: 180

127mm-ammu.jpg

Grenade and charge to 127 mm gun.