2 Inch Mortar = 1,350 3 Inch Mortar = 250 Boyes AT Rifle = 6,400 Pistols = 10,000 .303 Rifles = 180,000 Bren Guns = 10,700 Vickers Medium Machine Guns = 6,030 Philson also states: The above figures are the official estimates based on unit establishments. It has not been possible to determine actual losses as there seems to have been no means of accounting in place to do this. In addition to these losses there were considerable stocks in ordnance depots most of which seems to have been evacuated. For example Ordnance Depots had taken delivery of 120,405 rifles and prior to the start of operations still held around 102,000 with the balance having been issued or still held at forward depots. Issues made during the period of operations to equip provisional units, AMPC Battalions and replace casualties account for many of these and would return as the personnel were evacuated, in addition 95,848 rifles were returned from ordnance depots during the final evacuation. One source quotes the number of Vickers MGs lost as being 6,030 but even including 100% reserves and including all tank MGs this figure looks rediculously high. Ammunition Up to the end of June 1940 a total of 109,000 tons of ammunition had been shipped to France. Of this total 38,423 tons was presumed expended and 32,303 tons was returned to the UK on final evacuation leaving 38, 274 tons which were either destroyed or captured.