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This article is about the weapons used in the Cambodian–Vietnamese War, involved the Vietnam (Army: People's Army of Vietnam (PAVN)), People's Republic of Kampuchea (Army: Kampuchean People's Revolutionary Armed Forces (KPRAF)) which of the Khmer Rouge (Army:Kampuchean Revolutionary Army), Khmer People's National Liberation Front (Army: Khmer People's National Liberation Armed Forces), FUNCINPEC and Thailand (Army: Royal Thai Armed Forces (Thai: กองทัพไทย; RTGS: Kong Thap Thai)) (border clashes) From Vietnam and People's Republic of Kampuchea supported by Soviet Union and other country socialist. From Khmer Rouge supported by China , Khmer People's National Liberation Front and FUNCINPEC supported by United States and United Kingdom

vietnam cambodian–vietnamese kpraf

1. Weapons of the Vietnam, People's Republic of Kampuchea

1.1. Army

Hand combat weapons

  • Bayonet scabbard used on the Mosin–Nagant rifle (Soviet Union supply)
  • Bolo knife (Captured from First Indochina War)
  • Ka-Bar (Captured from First Indochina War)
  • M3 fighting knife used on the M1 Carbine (Captured from First Indochina War and Vietnam War)
  • M4 bayonet used on the M1 Carbine (Captured from First Indochina War and Vietnam War)
  • M5 bayonet used on the M1 Garand (Captured from First Indochina War and Vietnam War)
  • M1905 bayonet used on the M1 Garand and Springfield M1903 (Captured from First Indochina War and Vietnam War)
  • Pattern 1907 bayonet used on the Lee–Enfield rifle (Captured from First Indochina War)
  • (name) bayonet used on the SKS (Soviet Union supply)
  • M6 bayonet used on the M14 rifle (Captured from Vietnam War)
  • M7 bayonet used on the M16 rifle (Captured from Vietnam War)
  • 6H2 bayonet and 6H3 bayonet used on the AK-47 (Soviet Union supply)
  • 6H4-type bayonet and Type II bayonet used on the AKM (Soviet Union supply)
  • Type II bayonet used on the Type 56 (China supply from Vietnam War)
  • vz. 58 edged bayonet used on the vz. 58 (Czechoslovakia supply)

1.2. Sidearms

Pistols and revolvers

  • Colt M1911 (Captured from First Indochina War and Vietnam War)
  • Makarov pistol (Soviet Union supply)
  • Tokarev TT (Soviet Union supply)

1.3. Shotguns

  • IZh-58 (Soviet Union supply)
  • Remington Model 10 (Captured from Vietnam War)

1.4. Rifles

Bolt-action rifles

  • Lee–Enfield rifle (Captured from First Indochina War)
  • Mosin–Nagant rifle (Soviet Union supply)
  • Springfield M1903 (Captured from First Indochina War and Vietnam War)

Carbines

  • M1 carbine (Captured from First Indochina War and Vietnam War)
  • M1A1 carbine (Captured from First Indochina War and Vietnam War)
  • SKS (Soviet Union supply)

Semi-automatic rifles

  • M1 Garand (Captured from First Indochina War and Vietnam War)
  • MAS-49 rifle (Captured from First Indochina War)
  • M14 rifle (Captured from Vietnam War)
  • SVD Dragunov (Soviet Union supply)

Assault rifle

  • AK-47 (Soviet Union supply)
  • AKM (Soviet Union supply)
  • Type 56 (China supply from Vietnam War)
  • vz. 58 (Czechoslovakia supply)
  • M16 rifle (Captured from Vietnam War)

1.5. Automatic Weapons

Submachine guns

  • M3 submachine gun (Captured from First Indochina War and Vietnam War)
  • PPSh-41 (Soviet Union supply)
  • PPS-43 (Soviet Union supply)
  • FB PM-63 (Poland supply)
  • Sa vz. 23 (Czechoslovakia supply)
  • SA vz. 61 (Czechoslovakia supply)

Light machine guns

  • Browning M1918 (Captured from First Indochina War and Vietnam War)
  • Degtyaryov machine gun (Soviet Union supply)
  • Degtyaryov RP-46 (Soviet Union supply)
  • M60 machine gun (Captured from Vietnam War)
  • PK machine gun (Soviet Union supply)
  • RPD machine gun (Soviet Union supply)
  • RPK (Soviet Union supply)

Medium machine guns

  • Browning M1919 (Captured from First Indochina War and Vietnam War)
  • M60 machine gun (Soviet Union supply)
  • SG-43 Goryunov
  • PK machine gun (Soviet Union supply)
  • RPD machine gun (Soviet Union supply)
  • RPK (Soviet Union supply)

Heavy machine guns

  • Browning M2 (Captured from First Indochina War and Vietnam War)
  • DShK machine gun (Soviet Union supply)
  • KPV heavy machine gun (Soviet Union supply)

1.6. Explosives and Grenades

  • Molotov fire grenade
  • Mk 2 fragmentation grenade (Captured from First Indochina War and Vietnam War)
  • F1 grenade (Soviet Union supply)
  • RG-42 grenade (Soviet Union supply)
  • RGD-33 grenade (Soviet Union supply)
  • M79 (Captured from Vietnam War)
  • M203 grenade launcher (Captured from Vietnam War)

1.7. Mortars

  • 82-BM-41 (Soviet Union supply)
  • 120-PM-38 (Soviet Union supply)
  • 120-PM-43 mortar (Soviet Union supply)
  • 160mm Mortar M1943 (Soviet Union supply)
  • Brandt M1927/31 (Captured from First Indochina War)
  • Brandt M1935 (Captured from First Indochina War)
  • M1 mortar (Captured from First Indochina War and Vietnam War)
  • M2 mortar (Captured from First Indochina War and Vietnam War)
  • M29 mortar (Captured from Vietnam War)

1.8. Anti-Tank Weapons

  • 9M14 Malyutka (Soviet Union supply)
  • B-10 recoilless rifle (Soviet Union supply)
  • B-11 recoilless rifle (Soviet Union supply)
  • M18 recoilless rifle (Captured from First Indochina War and Vietnam War)
  • M20 recoilless rifle (Captured from First Indochina War and Vietnam War)
  • SPG-9 (Soviet Union supply)
  • RPG-2 (Soviet Union supply)
  • RPG-7 (Soviet Union supply)
  • Type 69 RPG (China supply from Vietnam War)
  • M72 LAW (Captured from Vietnam War)

1.9. Artillery

  • 76 mm divisional gun M1942 (ZiS-3) (Soviet Union supply)
  • 85 mm divisional gun D-44 (Soviet Union supply)
  • 100 mm field gun M1944 (BS-3) (Soviet Union supply)
  • 122 mm howitzer M1938 (M-30) (Soviet Union supply)
  • D-74 122 mm Field Gun (Soviet Union supply)
  • 130 mm towed field gun M1954 (M-46) (Soviet Union supply)
  • 152 mm towed gun-howitzer M1955 (D-20) (Soviet Union supply)
  • M101 105 mm howitzer (Captured from First Indochina War and Vietnam War)
  • M114 155 mm howitzer (Captured from First Indochina War and Vietnam War)
  • 107mm Type 63 MRL - used with single-tube or 12-tubes launcher (China supply from Vietnam War)
  • BM-13 (Soviet Union supply)
  • BM-14 (Soviet Union supply)
  • BM-21 Grad (Soviet Union supply)

1.10. Armoured Personnel Carrier

  • BTR-40 (Soviet Union supply)
  • BTR-50 (Soviet Union supply)
  • BTR-60 (Soviet Union supply)
  • BTR-152 (Soviet Union supply)
  • M113 armored personnel carrier (Captured from Vietnam War)
  • M132 Armored Flamethrower (Captured from Vietnam War)
  • Cadillac Gage Commando (V-100) (Captured from Vietnam War)
  • Type 63 (China supply from Vietnam War)

1.11. Infantry Fighting Vehicles

  • BMP-1 (Soviet Union supply)
  • BMP-2 (Soviet Union supply)

1.12. Armoured Scout Car

  • BRDM-1 (Soviet Union supply)
  • BRDM-2 (Soviet Union supply)

1.13. Tank

  • T-34 (Soviet Union supply)
  • T-54/55 (Soviet Union supply)
  • T-62 (Soviet Union supply) (preparatory)
  • PT-76 (Soviet Union supply)
  • M24 Chaffee (Captured from First Indochina War and Vietnam War)
  • M41 Walker Bulldog (Captured from Vietnam War)
  • M48 Patton (Captured from Vietnam War) (preparatory)
  • Type-59 (China supply from Vietnam War)
  • Type 62 (China supply from Vietnam War)
  • Type-63 (China supply from Vietnam War)

1.14. Support Vehicles

  • GAZ-51 (Soviet Union supply)
  • GAZ-63 (Soviet Union supply)
  • GAZ-66 (Soviet Union supply)
  • GAZ-64 (Soviet Union supply)
  • GAZ-67 (Soviet Union supply)
  • GAZ-69 (Soviet Union supply)
  • Ural-375D (Soviet Union supply)
  • Ural-4320 (Soviet Union supply)
  • UAZ-469 (Soviet Union supply)
  • KrAZ-255 (Soviet Union supply)
  • ZIL-130 (Soviet Union supply)
  • ZIL-131 (Soviet Union supply)
  • ZIL-157 (Soviet Union supply)
  • ZIS-150 truck (Soviet Union supply)
  • ZIS-151 (Soviet Union supply)
  • MAZ-200 (Soviet Union supply)
  • Jiefang CA-10 (China supply from Vietnam War)
  • Jiefang CA-30 (China supply from Vietnam War)
  • M35 truck series (Captured from Vietnam War) (preparatory)
  • M54 truck series (Captured from Vietnam War) (preparatory)
  • M151 jeep (Captured from Vietnam War)
  • M578 light recovery vehicle (Captured from Vietnam War)

1.15. Communications

Radios

1.16. Vietnam People's Air Force

Aircraft

  • Aero Ae-45 trainer aircraft (Soviet Union supply)
  • Aero L-29 Delfín trainer aircraft (Soviet Union supply)
  • Antonov An-2 utility aircraft (Soviet Union supply)
  • Ilyushin Il-12 transport aircraft (Soviet Union supply)
  • Ilyushin Il-14 transport aircraft (Soviet Union supply)
  • Antonov An-24 (Soviet Union supply)
  • Antonov An-26 (Soviet Union supply)
  • Ilyushin Il-28 jet bomber (Soviet Union supply)
  • Lisunov Li-2 transport aircraft (Soviet Union supply)
  • Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-19 jet fighter(Soviet Union supply)
  • Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21 jet fighter (Soviet Union supply)
  • Shenyang J-6 jet fighter (China supply from Vietnam War)
  • Cessna O-1 Bird Dog (Captured from Vietnam War)
  • Cessna T-41 Mescalero (Captured from Vietnam War)
  • Cessna 185 Skywagon (Captured from Vietnam War)
  • Cessna A-37 Dragonfly (Captured from Vietnam War)
  • Pazmany PL-1 (Captured from Vietnam War)
  • De Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beaver (Captured from Vietnam War)
  • Northrop F-5 (Captured from Vietnam War)
  • Douglas C-47 Skytrain (Captured from Vietnam War)
  • Douglas AC-47 Spooky (Captured from Vietnam War)
  • Fairchild C-119 Flying Boxcar (Captured from Vietnam War)
  • Lockheed C-130 Hercules (Captured from Vietnam War)

Helicopter

  • Mil Mi-8 (Soviet Union supply)
  • Mil Mi-17 (Soviet Union supply)
  • Mil Mi-24 (Soviet Union supply)
  • Bell UH-1 Iroquois "Huey" (Captured from Vietnam War)
  • Boeing CH-47 Chinook (Captured from Vietnam War)

Air defence weapons

  • Degtyaryov machine gun (Soviet Union supply)
  • KPV heavy machine gun (Soviet Union supply)
  • 9K32 Strela-2 (Soviet Union supply)
  • 37 mm 61-K M1939 automatic air defense gun (Soviet Union supply)
  • AZP S-60 57 mm anti-aircraft gun (Soviet Union supply)
  • 100 mm air defense gun KS-19 (Soviet Union supply)
  • ZPU-1/2/4 single, double and quad 14.5 mm anti-aircraft machine guns (Soviet Union supply)
  • ZU-23 twin 23 mm anti-aircraft cannon (Soviet Union supply)
  • Bofors 40 mm gun (Captured from Vietnam War)
  • M42 Duster (Captured from Vietnam War)[1]
  • ZSU-23-4 anti-aircraft self-propelled systems (Soviet Union supply)
  • ZSU-57-2 anti-aircraft self-propelled systems (Soviet Union supply)
  • S-75 Dvina Soviet high-altitude air defence system (Soviet Union supply)
  • S-125 Neva Soviet high-altitude air defence system (Soviet Union supply)
  • 2K12Kub Soviet high-altitude air defence system (Soviet Union supply) (preparatory)

1.17. Navy

Destroyer escort

  • USS Forster (DE-334) (Vietnam call: HQ-3 Dai Ky ) (Captured from Vietnam War)
  • USS Absecon (AVP-23) (Vietnam call: HQ-01 Pham Ngu Lao) (Captured from Vietnam War)

Frigates

  • Petya-class frigate (Soviet Union supply)

Minesweeper

  • USS Prowess MSF-280 (Vietnam call: HQ-05) (Captured from Vietnam War)
  • USS Sentry (AM-299) (Vietnam call: HQ-07) (Captured from Vietnam War)

Patrol Craft Fast

  • Patrol Boat, River (Captured from Vietnam War)
  • PGM-39-class gunboat (Captured from Vietnam War)
  • Patrol Craft Fast (Captured from Vietnam War)

Landing Craft Mechanized (LCM), Landing Ship Medium (LSM) and Landing Ship, Tank (LST)

  • USS LSM-85 (Captured from Vietnam War)
  • USS LSM-226 (Captured from Vietnam War)
  • USS LSM-276 (Captured from Vietnam War)
  • USS LSM-313 (Captured from Vietnam War)
  • USS Bulloch County (LST-509) (Captured from Vietnam War)
  • USS Maricopa County (LST-938) (Vietnam call: HQ-501 Trần Khánh Dư) (Captured from Vietnam War)
  • USS Coconino County (LST-603) (Vietnam call: HQ-503) (Captured from Vietnam War)
  • LCM 8 (Captured from Vietnam War)

1.18. Army

Hand combat weapons

  • Bayonet scabbard used on the Mosin–Nagant rifle (Soviet Union supply)
  • M3 fighting knife used on the M1 Carbine (Captured from Cambodian Civil War)
  • M4 bayonet used on the M1 Carbine (Captured from Cambodian Civil War)
  • M5 bayonet used on the M1 Garand (Captured from Cambodian Civil War)
  • M1905 bayonet used on the M1 Garand and Springfield M1903 (Captured from Cambodian Civil War)
  • Pattern 1907 bayonet used on the Lee–Enfield rifle (Captured from Cambodian Civil War)
  • (name) bayonet used on the SKS (Soviet Union supply)
  • M7 bayonet used on the M16 rifle (Captured from Cambodian Civil War and)
  • 6H2 bayonet and 6H3 bayonet used on the AK-47 (Soviet Union supply)
  • 6H4-type bayonet and Type II bayonet used on the AKM (Soviet Union supply)
  • Type II bayonet used on the Type 56 (Captured from Kampuchean Revolutionary Army)

1.19. Sidearms

Pistols and revolvers

  • Colt M1911 (Captured from Kampuchean Revolutionary Army)
  • Makarov pistol (Soviet Union supply)
  • Tokarev TT (Soviet Union supply)

1.20. Rifles

Carbines

  • M1 carbine (Captured from Kampuchean Revolutionary Army)
  • M1A1 carbine (Captured from Kampuchean Revolutionary Army)
  • SKS (Soviet Union supply)

Assault rifle

  • AK-47 (Soviet Union supply)[2]
  • AKM (Soviet Union supply)[2]
  • Type 56 (Captured from Kampuchean Revolutionary Army)
  • M16 rifle (Captured Kampuchean Revolutionary Army)[2]

1.21. Automatic Weapons

Submachine guns

  • M3 submachine gun (Captured from First Indochina War and Vietnam War)
  • PPSh-41 (Soviet Union supply)
  • PPS-43 (Soviet Union supply)
  • FB PM-63 (Poland supply)
  • SA vz. 61 (Czechoslovakia supply)

Light machine guns

  • Browning M1918 (Captured from Kampuchean Revolutionary Army)
  • Degtyaryov machine gun (Soviet Union supply)
  • M60 machine gun (Captured from Kampuchean Revolutionary Army)
  • PK machine gun (Soviet Union supply)
  • RPD machine gun (Soviet Union supply)
  • RPK (Soviet Union supply)

Medium machine guns

  • Browning M1919 (Captured from Kampuchean Revolutionary Army)
  • M60 machine gun (Soviet Union supply)
  • PK machine gun (Soviet Union supply)
  • RPD machine gun (Soviet Union supply)
  • RPK (Soviet Union supply)

Heavy machine guns

  • Browning M2 (Captured from Kampuchean Revolutionary Army)
  • DShK machine gun (Soviet Union supply)
  • KPV heavy machine gun (Soviet Union supply)

1.22. Explosives and Grenades

  • Molotov fire grenade
  • Mk 2 fragmentation grenade (Captured from First Indochina War and Vietnam War)
  • F1 grenade (Soviet Union supply)
  • RG-42 grenade (Soviet Union supply)
  • RGD-33 grenade (Soviet Union supply)
  • M79 (Captured from Kampuchean Revolutionary Army)
  • M203 grenade launcher (Captured from Kampuchean Revolutionary Army)

1.23. Mortars

  • 82-BM-41 (Soviet Union supply)
  • 120-PM-38 (Soviet Union supply)
  • 120-PM-43 mortar (Soviet Union supply)
  • 160mm Mortar M1943 (Soviet Union supply)
  • M1 mortar (Captured from Kampuchean Revolutionary Army)
  • M2 mortar (Captured from Kampuchean Revolutionary Army)
  • M29 mortar (Captured from Vietnam War)

1.24. Anti-Tank Weapons

  • 9M14 Malyutka (Soviet Union supply)
  • B-10 recoilless rifle (Soviet Union supply)
  • B-11 recoilless rifle (Soviet Union supply)
  • M18 recoilless rifle (Captured from Kampuchean Revolutionary Army)
  • M20 recoilless rifle (Captured from Kampuchean Revolutionary Army)
  • SPG-9 (Soviet Union supply)
  • RPG-2 (Soviet Union supply) (Including Chinese Type 56 RPG variant.[2])
  • RPG-7 (Soviet Union supply)[2]
  • Type 69 RPG (China supply from Vietnam War)
  • M72 LAW (Captured from Vietnam War)

1.25. Artillery

  • 76 mm divisional gun M1942 (ZiS-3) (Soviet Union supply)
  • 85 mm divisional gun D-44 (Soviet Union supply)
  • 100 mm field gun M1944 (BS-3) (Soviet Union supply)
  • 122 mm howitzer M1938 (M-30) (Soviet Union supply)
  • D-74 122 mm Field Gun (Soviet Union supply)
  • 130 mm towed field gun M1954 (M-46) (Soviet Union supply)
  • 152 mm towed gun-howitzer M1955 (D-20) (Soviet Union supply)
  • M101 105 mm howitzer (Captured from Kampuchean Revolutionary Army)
  • M114 155 mm howitzer(Captured from Kampuchean Revolutionary Army)
  • 107mm Type 63 MRL - used with single-tube or 12-tubes launcher (Captured from Kampuchean Revolutionary Army)
  • BM-14 (Soviet Union supply)
  • BM-21 Grad (Soviet Union supply)
  • M108 Self-propelled howitzer (Probably inherited from the Khmer National Army)
  • M109 Self-propelled howitzer (Probably inherited from the Khmer National Army)

1.26. Armoured Personnel Carrier

  • BTR-40 (Soviet Union supply)
  • BTR-50 (Soviet Union supply)
  • BTR-60 (Soviet Union supply)
  • BTR-152 (Soviet Union supply)
  • M113 armored personnel carrier (Captured from Kampuchean Revolutionary Army)[2]
  • Cadillac Gage Commando (V-100) (Captured from Kampuchean Revolutionary Army)[2]
  • Panhard AML (In service in the early 1980s)[3]

1.27. Infantry Fighting Vehicles

  • BMP-1 (Soviet Union supply)

1.28. Tank

  • T-54/55 (Soviet Union supply)
  • PT-76 (Soviet Union supply)
  • M41 Walker Bulldog (Captured from Kampuchean Revolutionary Army)
  • M48 Patton (Captured from Kampuchean Revolutionary Army)
  • Type-59 (Donated by Vietnam and captured from Kampuchean Revolutionary Army)
  • Type 62 (Captured from Kampuchean Revolutionary Army)
  • Type-63 (Captured from Kampuchean Revolutionary Army)

1.29. Support Vehicles

  • GAZ-51 (Soviet Union supply)
  • GAZ-63 (Soviet Union supply)
  • GAZ-66 (Soviet Union supply)
  • GAZ-64 (Soviet Union supply)
  • GAZ-67 (Soviet Union supply)
  • GAZ-69 (Soviet Union supply)
  • Ural-375D (Soviet Union supply)
  • Ural-4320 (Soviet Union supply)
  • KrAZ-255 (Soviet Union supply)
  • ZIL-130 (Soviet Union supply)
  • ZIL-131 (Soviet Union supply)
  • ZIL-157 (Soviet Union supply)
  • ZIS-150 truck (Soviet Union supply)
  • ZIS-151 (Soviet Union supply)
  • MAZ-200 (Soviet Union supply)
  • Jiefang CA-10 (Captured from Kampuchean Revolutionary Army)
  • Jiefang CA-30 (Captured from Kampuchean Revolutionary Army)
  • M35 truck series (Captured from Kampuchean Revolutionary Army) (preparatory)
  • M54 truck series (Captured from Kampuchean Revolutionary Army) (preparatory)
  • M151 jeep (Captured from Kampuchean Revolutionary Army)

1.30. Aircraft

  • J-6 (Captured from Kampuchean Revolutionary Army)
  • MiG-21 (Soviet Union supply)
  • An-24 (Soviet Union supply)

Helicopter

  • Mil Mi-8 (Soviet Union supply)
  • Mil Mi-17 (Soviet Union supply)
  • Mil Mi-24 (Soviet Union supply)
  • Bell UH-1 Iroquois "Huey" (Captured from Kampuchean Revolutionary Army)

Air defence weapons

  • Degtyaryov machine gun (Soviet Union supply)
  • KPV heavy machine gun (Soviet Union supply)
  • 9K32 Strela-2 (Soviet Union supply)
  • 37 mm 61-K M1939 automatic air defense gun (Soviet Union supply)
  • AZP S-60 57 mm anti-aircraft gun (Soviet Union supply)
  • 100 mm air defense gun KS-19 (Soviet Union supply)
  • ZPU-1/2/4 single, double and quad 14.5 mm anti-aircraft machine guns (Soviet Union supply)
  • ZU-23 twin 23 mm anti-aircraft cannon (Soviet Union supply)
  • ZSU-57-2 anti-aircraft self-propelled systems (Soviet Union supply)
  • S-125 Neva Soviet high-altitude air defence system (Soviet Union supply)

1.31. Navy

  • Patrol Boat, River (Probably inherited from the Khmer National Army)[2]
  • LCU (Probably inherited from the Khmer National Army)[2]
  • Stenka class (Soviet Union supply)
  • Turya class (Soviet Union supply)

2. Weapons of the Khmer Rouge, Khmer People's National Liberation Front, FUNCINPEC, Thailand

2.1. Army

Hand combat weapons

  • Bayonet scabbard used on the Mosin–Nagant rifle (Soviet Union supply)
  • M3 fighting knife used on the M1 Carbine (Captured from Cambodian Civil War)
  • M4 bayonet used on the M1 Carbine (Captured from Cambodian Civil War)
  • M5 bayonet used on the M1 Garand (Captured from Cambodian Civil War)
  • M1905 bayonet used on the M1 Garand and Springfield M1903 (Captured from Cambodian Civil War)
  • Pattern 1907 bayonet used on the Lee–Enfield rifle (Captured from Cambodian Civil War)
  • (name) bayonet used on the SKS (Soviet Union supply)
  • M7 bayonet used on the M16 rifle (Captured from Cambodian Civil War)
  • 6H2 bayonet and 6H3 bayonet used on the AK-47 (Soviet Union supply from Cambodian Civil War)
  • 6H4-type bayonet and Type II bayonet used on the AKM (Soviet Union supply from Cambodian Civil War)
  • Type II bayonet used on the Type 56 (China supply)

2.2. Sidearms

Pistols and revolvers

  • Makarov pistol (Soviet Union supply from Cambodian Civil War)
  • Tokarev TT-33 (Soviet Union supply from Cambodian Civil War)
  • Type 54 pistol Chinese variant of TT-33 (China supply)

2.3. Shotguns

  • IZH-43 double barrel shotgun (Soviet Union supply from Cambodian Civil War)

2.4. Rifles

Bolt-action rifles

  • Mosin–Nagant (Soviet Union supply from Cambodian Civil War)
  • Type 53 carbine (China supply from Cambodian Civil War)
  • Springfield M1903 (Captured from Cambodian Civil War)
  • MAS-36
  • Arisaka rifle Used in small number

Carbines

  • SKS (Soviet Union supply from Cambodian Civil War)
  • Type 56 carbine Used extensively (China supply from Cambodian Civil War)
  • M1/ M2 Carbine (Captured from Cambodian Civil War)

Semi-automatic rifles

  • M1 Garand (Captured from Cambodian Civil War)

Assault rifle

  • AK-47 (Soviet Union supply)
  • AKM (Soviet Union supply)
  • Type 56 assault rifle Used extensively
  • Type 56-I assault rifle Used extensively
  • Type 58 assault rifle
  • Type 63 assault rifle Used in small number
  • Sa vz. 58 Used in small number
  • M16A1 rifle (Captured from Cambodian Civil War)

2.5. Automatic Weapons

Submachine guns

  • M3 submachine gun (Captured from Cambodian Civil War)
  • MAT-49 (Captured from Cambodian Civil War)
  • vz. 24, 26 (Czechoslovakia supply from Cambodian Civil War)
  • PPSh-41 (Soviet Union supply from Cambodian Civil War)
  • PPS-43 (Soviet Union supply from Cambodian Civil War)

Light machine guns

  • Browning M1918 (Captured from Cambodian Civil War)
  • Degtyaryov machine gun (Soviet Union supply from Cambodian Civil War)
  • Degtyaryov RP-46 (Soviet Union supply)
  • M60 machine gun (Captured from Cambodian Civil War)
  • PK machine gun (Soviet Union supply from Cambodian Civil War)
  • RPD machine gun (Soviet Union supply from Cambodian Civil War)
  • RPK (Soviet Union supply from Cambodian Civil War)

Medium machine guns

  • M1919A4 Browning machine gun (Captured from Cambodian Civil War)
  • M60 machine gun (Soviet Union supply from Cambodian Civil War)
  • PK machine gun (Soviet Union supply from Cambodian Civil War)
  • RPD machine gun (Soviet Union supply from Cambodian Civil War)
  • RPK (Soviet Union supply from Cambodian Civil War)

Heavy machine guns

  • Browning M2 (Captured from Cambodian Civil War)
  • Type 53/57 Chinese variant of SG-43 and SGM
  • Type 54 Chinese variant of DShKM
  • DShK machine gun (Soviet Union supply from Cambodian Civil War)
  • KPV heavy machine gun (Soviet Union supply from Cambodian Civil War)

2.6. Explosives and Grenades

  • Molotov fire grenade
  • Mk 2 fragmentation grenade (Captured from Cambodian Civil War)
  • F1 grenade (Soviet Union supply from Cambodian Civil War)
  • RG-42 grenade (Soviet Union supply from Cambodian Civil War)
  • RGD-33 grenade (Soviet Union supply from Cambodian Civil War)
  • M79 (Captured from Cambodian Civil War)
  • M203 grenade launcher (Captured from Cambodian Civil War)

2.7. Mortars

  • 82-BM-41 (Soviet Union supply)
  • 120-PM-38 (Soviet Union supply)
  • 120-PM-43 mortar (Soviet Union supply)
  • 160mm Mortar M1943 (Soviet Union supply)
  • M1 mortar (Captured from Cambodian Civil War)
  • M2 mortar (Captured from Cambodian Civil War)
  • M29 mortar (Captured from Cambodian Civil War)

2.8. Anti-Tank Weapons

  • B-10 recoilless rifle (Soviet Union supply from Cambodian Civil War)
  • B-11 recoilless rifle (Soviet Union supply from Cambodian Civil War)
  • M18 recoilless rifle (Captured from Cambodian Civil War)
  • M20 recoilless rifle (Captured from Cambodian Civil War)
  • RPG-2 (Soviet Union supply from Cambodian Civil War) (Including Chinese Type 56 RPG variant.)
  • RPG-7 (Soviet Union supply from Cambodian Civil War)[2]
  • Type 69 RPG (China supply from Cambodian Civil War)
  • M72 LAW (Captured from Cambodian Civil War)

2.9. Artillery

  • 76 mm divisional gun M1942 (ZiS-3) (Soviet Union supply from Cambodian Civil War)
  • 85 mm divisional gun D-44 (Soviet Union supply from Cambodian Civil War)
  • T-12 100mm anti-tank gun (Soviet Union supply from Cambodian Civil War)
  • 122 mm howitzer M1938 (M-30) (Soviet Union supply from Cambodian Civil War)
  • D-74 122 mm Field Gun (Soviet Union supply from Cambodian Civil War)
  • 130 mm towed field gun M1954 (M-46) (Soviet Union supply)
  • M101 105 mm howitzer (Soviet Union supply from Cambodian Civil War)
  • M114 155 mm howitzer (Soviet Union supply from Cambodian Civil War)
  • 107mm Type 63 MRL - used with single-tube or 12-tubes launcher (China supply)
  • BM-21 Grad (Soviet Union supply from Cambodian Civil War)

2.10. Armoured Personnel Carrier

  • BTR-40 (Soviet Union supply)
  • BTR-50 (Soviet Union supply)
  • BTR-60 (Soviet Union supply)
  • BTR-152 (Soviet Union supply)
  • Type 63 APC (China supply)
  • M113 armored personnel carrier (Captured from Cambodian Civil War)
  • Cadillac Gage Commando (V-100) (Captured from Cambodian Civil War)
  • Panhard AML (Captured from Cambodian Civil War)

2.11. Tank

  • T-54/55 (Soviet Union supply)
  • PT-76 (Soviet Union supply)
  • M41 Walker Bulldog (Captured from Cambodian Civil War)
  • M48 Patton (Captured from Cambodian Civil War)
  • AMX-13 (Captured from Cambodian Civil War)
  • Type-59 (China supply)
  • Type 62 (China supply)
  • Type-63 (China supply)

2.12. Support Vehicles

  • Jiefang CA-10 (Captured from Kampuchean Revolutionary Army)
  • Jiefang CA-30 (Captured from Kampuchean Revolutionary Army)
  • M35 truck series (Captured from Kampuchean Revolutionary Army) (preparatory)
  • M54 truck series (Captured from Kampuchean Revolutionary Army) (preparatory)
  • M151 jeep (Captured from Kampuchean Revolutionary Army)

2.13. Aircraft

  • Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-17
  • Shenyang J-6
  • T-28 Trojan
  • GY-80 Horizon
  • T-37B
  • Fairchild C-123 Provider
  • Douglas C-47
  • Douglas AC-47 Spooky

Helicopter

  • Mil Mi-8 (Soviet Union supply)
  • Mil Mi-17 (Soviet Union supply)
  • Mil Mi-24 (Soviet Union supply)
  • Bell UH-1 Iroquois "Huey" (Captured from Vietnam War)

Air defence weapons

  • Degtyaryov machine gun (Soviet Union supply)
  • 37 mm 61-K M1939 automatic air defense gun (Soviet Union supply)
  • Type 55/65 37 mm anti-aircraft gun Chinese variant of M1939 (61-K)
  • AZP S-60 57 mm anti-aircraft gun (Soviet Union supply)
  • Type 59 57 mm anti-aircraft gun Chinese variant of S-60
  • ZPU-1/2/4 single, double and quad 14.5 mm anti-aircraft machine guns (Soviet Union supply)

2.14. Navy

  • Patrol Boat, River (Captured from the US Navy) [4][5]
  • LCU-1466 Class[5]

2.15. Thailand (Border Clashes)

Army

Hand combat weapons

  • M7 bayonet used on the M16 rifle
  • Type II bayonet used on the Type 56

2.16. Sidearms

Pistols and revolvers

  • M1911
  • Star Model model M mod
  • CZ 75
  • Browning Hi-Power

2.17. Shotguns

  • Remington Model 870
  • Franchi SPAS-12

2.18. Rifles

Semi-automatic rifles

  • M14 rifle

Assault rifle

  • Type 58 assault rifle
  • AK-47
  • M16A1 rifle

2.19. Automatic Weapons

Submachine guns

  • Uzi

Light machine guns

  • M60 machine gun

Medium machine guns

  • M1919A4 Browning machine gun
  • M60 machine gun

Heavy machine guns

  • Browning M2

2.20. Explosives and Grenades

  • Molotov fire grenade
  • Mk 2 fragmentation grenade
  • M26 grenade
  • M67 grenade
  • M79 grenade launcher
  • M203 grenade launcher

2.21. Mortars

  • M1 mortar
  • M2 mortar
  • M29 mortar

2.22. Anti-Tank Weapons

  • M40 recoilless rifle
  • M72 LAW
  • BGM-71 TOW
  • RPG-2
  • RPG-7
  • Type 69 RPG

2.23. Artillery

  • M101 howitzer
  • M114 155 mm howitzer

2.24. Armoured Personnel Carrier

  • FV101 Scorpion
  • FV603 Saracen
  • M113 armored personnel carrier
  • Cadillac Gage Commando (V-150)
  • LVTP-7

2.25. Tank

  • M24 Chaffee
  • M41 Walker Bulldog
  • M48 Patton
  • Type 62

2.26. Support Vehicles

  • M35 truck series
  • M54 truck series
  • M151 jeep

2.27. Aircraft

  • Cessna A-37
  • Northrop F-5
  • T-28 Trojan
  • T-37B
  • F-86 Sabre
  • Douglas C-47
  • Douglas AC-47 Spooky
  • Rockwell OV-10C Bronco

Helicopter

  • Bell UH-1 Iroquois "Huey"

Air defence weapons

  • Bofors 40 mm gun
  • Type 59
  • M42 Duster
  • M163 Vulcan

References

  1. News, VietNamNet. "Điểm mặt các loại vũ khí chiến lợi phẩm ta thu được sau Chiến thắng 30-4" (in vi). https://infonet.vietnamnet.vn/chuyen-de/diem-mat-cac-loai-vu-khi-chien-loi-pham-ta-thu-duoc-sau-chien-thang-30-4-223498.html. 
  2. Ross, Russell, ed (1987). Cambodia, a Country Study. Area Handbook Series (Third ed.). Washington, D.C.: Department of the Army, American University. pp. 279–313. ISBN 978-0160208386. 
  3. African Defence Journal: Article "Panhard Armoured Cars and Reconnaissance Vehicles in Africa". The Journal Publishers, 1981 volume, Collected Issues 5–16 p. 58.
  4. "Jane's Fighting Ships - Cambodia swift boats". http://www.swiftboats.net/extras/janes_khmer.htm. 
  5. "Kampuchean (Cambodian) Naval Battles - Soviet-Empire.com U.S.S.R.". http://www.soviet-empire.com/ussr/viewtopic.php?f=149&t=55168. 
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