Defense Industry of China presents new SH4 122mm wheeled self-propelled howitzer 10211161

 
 
AirShow China 2016
Online Show Daily News
Aviation & Aerospace Defence Exhibition

1 - 6 November 2016
Zhuhai , China
 
NORINCO SH4 at AirShow China 2016
 
 
Defense Industry of China presents new SH4 122mm wheeled self-propelled howitzer
At Zhuhai Air Show 2016 in China, the Chinese Defense Company NORINCO China North Industries Corporation, presents a new self-propelled howitzer named CS/SH4. This new artillery system is based on a 4x4 light truck chassis with a 122mm howitzer mounted at the rear of the chassis.
     
At Zhuhai Air Show 2016 in China, the Chinese Defense Company NORINCO China North Industries Corporation, presents a new self-propelled howitzer named CS/SH-4. This new artillery system is based on a 4x4 light truck chassis with a 122mm howitzer mounted at the rear of the chassis. The new SH4 122 4x4 self-propelled howitzer in NORINCO pavilion at AirShow China 2016
     
The crew cab seems to be protected against firing of small arms and shell splinters. The front of the cab is fitted with three small windows and two doors are available on each side.

In road position, the 122 mm howitzer is held in position by a clamp, located to the immediate rear of the cab, which is operated by remote control.
 

The body of the 122 howitzer includes a main platform at the front and two hydraulic trails fitted with self-digging spades and dampers. In firing position, a large spade is hydraulically lowered at the rear to provide a more stable firing platform.

On each sides of the truck chassis, there is 6 storage box for charges and ammunition. The 122m howitzer is loaded manually.
     
At Zhuhai Air Show 2016 in China, the Chinese Defense Company NORINCO China North Industries Corporation, presents a new self-propelled howitzer named CS/SH-4. This new artillery system is based on a 4x4 light truck chassis with a 122mm howitzer mounted at the rear of the chassis. In firing position the 122mm howitzer is lowered at the rear of the truck chassis.
 

 

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