The 7.62mm Intermediate Combat Service Rifle Program Is Dead For two weeks now we’ve been told by multiple sources that the US Army’s effort to field a 7.62mm NATO Service Rifle has been placed on hold (that’s how the Army kills a program without actually cancelling it).
The Remington 6.8 SPC Round: An Up Close & Personal Look. Video | Ammoland Inc. Posted on July 15, 2014 September 15, 2017 by Tom McHale. Tom Mchale impression of the Remington 6.8 SPC Ammunition.
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.223 Remington ammunition and 5.56×45 NATO are closely related and sometimes interchangeable cartridges depending on the firearm they are to Manufacturers typically offer guidance on this point. In general, the 5.56 NATO ammunition the military uses and is for sale to the civilian market operates.
The 5.56×45mm NATO (official NATO nomenclature 5.56 NATO) is a rimless bottlenecked intermediate cartridge family developed in the late 1970s in Belgium by FN Herstal.
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LSAT- the future of small arms American Rifleman has a long history of showcasing the latest developments in military arms and ammunition. What follows is a close look at cutting-edge work that is well underway toward the goal of sharply reducing the infantry soldierâ€™s combat load.
IIRC, .222 Rem Mag is a commercial version of the .224 Springfield, which was developed by the Armory to compete with 5.56×45. The 7.65×53 Mauser was a previously existing round which would arguably have been superior to 7.62×51, but there was no comparable off-the-shelf cartridge for 5.56×45. Not invented here mentality comes into play.
5.56 300 Blackout For those who already own a TAVOR® SAR in 5.56 NATO or 9mm, a .300 Blackout conversion kit will also be available. “We’ve had a ton of requests for this particular caliber as its popularity has grown. In reverse, .300 Blackout will appear to chamber in a 5.56mm firearm because the bullet ogive and overall
The 5.56×45mm NATO (official NATO nomenclature 5.56 NATO) is a rimless bottlenecked intermediate cartridge family developed in the late 1970s in Belgium by FN Herstal. It consists of the SS109, SS110, and SS111 cartridges. On 28 October 1980 under STANAG 4172 it was standardized as the second standard service rifle cartridge for NATO forces as well as many non-NATO countries.
The better approach is with what's going on in the LSAT program. The philosophy behind the 5.7×28 is very similar to that originally intended for the 5.56×45. The whole point of this exercise is so that those who feel the 5.56 is the end all, be all, infantry cartridge can feel how those of us who supported the.
If I sound subdued in this video it is because I had a long weekend and was pretty tired when I made this video. According to the Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufactures' Institute (SAAMI) It is dangerous to shoot a 5.56×45 NATO in a gun chambered in the sporting round of .223 Rem.
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