7.62×51 Hunting Rifle The .308 Winchester (pronounced "three-oh-eight") is a rimless, bottlenecked rifle cartridge and is the commercial cartridge from which the 7.62×51mm NATO round was derived. Find .308 Winchester and 7.62×51 NATO bolt-action rifles from a variety of manufacturers. Choose the lowest price from our multiple warehouses. 7.62 X51 Vs 7.62 X 54 The 7.62 NATO and
This is a discussion on 7.62x51mm NATO vs .308 Win. within the Defensive Rifles & Shotgun Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Originally Posted by Thanis Can anyone clarify this for me: 7.62x51mm NATO or 308 Winchester?
The 7.62×51mm NATO (official NATO nomenclature 7.62 NATO) is a rimless bottlenecked rifle cartridge developed in the 1950s as a standard for small arms among NATO countries.
The Magpul PMAG D-50 is designed to hold 50 rounds of 7.62x51mm NATO/.308 Winchester ammunition for SR25/M110 AR-style rifles. (Photo: Magpul Industries Corp.) The Magpul PMAG D-50 is designed to hold.
Can the 7.62x51mm be fired in a .308? I was looking at .308 prices, and was wondering if milsurp of the 7.62 would be cheaper A couple of people (to include one self-proclaimed "expert") seem to think that the difference between 7.62×51 and .308 are not nearly as great as the 5.56 vs .223 differences.
Introducing Russia’s New (and Quite Deadly) AK-308 Assault Rifle – But its tame appearance belies what makes the AK-308 one of Kalashnikov’s most ambitious products in decades: it houses 7.62x51mm NATO rounds. Since the Second World War, Kalashnikov has produced over.
Gun nut, Tom McHale, risks a fight to explain the subtle nuances between 7.62 NATO vs.
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It's the opposite; 7.62x51mm is fine in a .308 chambered rifle; .308, however, may not be fine in a 7.62x51mm rifle. The external case dimensions of the cartridges are identical; the internal dimensions are very nearly so. The main difference stems from the fact that 7.62×51 brass is thicker and stronger.
.308 Winchester vs. 7.62×51 NATO. Posted September 3, 2007 in Ammunition, Rifles by Steve Johnson with 33 Comments Tags: Ammunition, beginner, rifles. Before we go much further, we want to address the oft-posed question "are the .308 Winchester and 7.62×51 NATO one and the same."
Russian small arms manufacturer Kalashnikov showed a new assault rifle with the 7.62x51mm calibre (.308 Winchester) to the public for the first time at Army-2018 defence exhibition held in Kubinka.
Beware, custom loaders! In addition to differences in the chambers of .308 Win and 7.62x51mm barrels, there is a critical difference in the brass.
.308 Win vs. 7.62×51–The Straight Scoop Before we go much further, lets address the oft-posed question "Are the .308 Winchester and 7.62×51 NATO one and the same?" The simple answer is no. There are differences in chamber specs and maximum pressures. The SAMMI/CIP maximum.
7.62 NATO vs .308 Winchester – History. Doing the 1940s and early 1950s, military rocket surgeons wanted to improve the effectiveness of the M1 While commercial .308 ammo may have slightly higher pressure than 7.62x51mm NATO, it's really the brass and chambers that are the issues to understand.
But its tame appearance belies what makes the AK-308 one of Kalashnikov’s most ambitious products in decades: it houses 7.62x51mm NATO rounds. Since the Second World War, Kalashnikov has produced over.
At this year’s SHOT Show, LaRue Tactical introduced its Optimized Battle Rifle (OBR) in 7.62x51mm (.308). The rifle’s roots clearly lie with Eugene Stoner, the engineering genius that was instrumental.