5.56x45mm nato ammo has been the standard round of the U.S. Military since 1963. To find bulk 5.56x45mm nato ammo, use the "Sort By" toggle at the top of the page. 5.56×45 ammo is available from 55 to 77 grain bullet weights.
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The 5.56×45mm NATO (official NATO nomenclature 5.56 NATO) is an intermediate cartridge developed in the United States and originally chambered in the M16 rifle.
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Ammunition allows for the use of weapons in BATTLEGROUNDS. Summary. Ammunition is a broad category of items comprised of various types of load cartridges, projectiles, and other such items that are used by a weapon to deal damage.
5.56mm Ammo is an ammunition type in BATTLEGROUNDS. The 5.56mm cartridge is a NATO round chambered as an intermediate cartridge for the M16 rifle. It was based on the .223 Remington, with differences significant enough to adopt a new nomenclature and classification rather than a custom casing classification.
5.56 40 Round Magazine 40-round PMAG GEN M3 40 5.56×45 STANAG magazine (GEN M3 40) is a magazine in Escape from Tarkov . 40-round polymer Magpul PMAG GEN M3 40 magazine for 5.56×45 ammo. Because of its 1×3 grid size. These 50 round drum AR magazines are super nice. They're manufactured in South Korea for the Korean Military for
5.56×45 Ammo Types. The majority of 5.56×45 rounds sold today are full metal jacket (FMJ) or full metal jacket boat-tail cartridges. Incredibly fast, with a muzzle velocity that’s generally more than 3,000 feet per second, you’ll find 5.56 ammo with a 62-grain projectile as well as lighter rounds with a common 55-grain bullet.