Meet the Heckler and Koch G11: The Super Assault Rifle You Don’t Know About – The G3 was a delayed blowback weapon chambered in 7.62-millimeter NATO and capable of fully automatic fire.
meant a German soldier could fire at least sixteen such bursts before reloading. Although.
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I didn't have any problem resizing my Lake City 7.62 NATO brass using my Lee dies and Hornady lube. The only case I had a problem with was fired from a rifle with a fluted chamber. I just chucked that one.
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One of the most important aspects of reloading rifle ammunition is correct brass prep. This is especially true when you are reloading military brass like 5.56 NATO (similar to .223 Remington) and 7.62x51mm (similar to .308 Winchester). These military cases are a great deal, and in some cases you can buy once-fired machine gun brass [.
The original 7.62mm NATO cartridge is identical with .308 Winchester which is a commercial off shoot of the former. Let others shoot their reloads in their guns. As to the differences in pressure for the .308 and the 7.62×51?
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"This decline is plausible because assault weapons are semiautomatic firearms designed for rapid fire and combat use, and large-capacity magazines increase the number of rounds that can be fired.
Q&A with Rob Behr of Western Powders–Part 2 – Editor’s note: This is the second of a two part series with Rob Behr of Western Powders. Rob provides some tips on reloading that I think you’ll.
The 30-30 round (middle) is flanked by the 5.56×45.
"Die Militarpatronen Kaliber 7,62x51mm NATO ihre Entwicklung und Abarten (The Military Catridges 7.62x51mm NATO their Development and Variants)," Brandt > Thank you, I will most likely shoot either NATO 7.62 x 51 or > reloads in the M98's .
The 7.62x51mm NATO is between 1.6355 and 1.6405 inches. While the published numbers show about six-thousandths of an inch difference, it's not unusual for the headspace in a surplus 7.62 rifle to be 10 or even 15 thousandths longer Why didnt you buy some reloading brass and measure them?
7,62x51mm NATO was originally developed by the Defense Dept. for use in the M-14 rifle and M-60 MG FROM the .308 Win. cartridge. Military brass may be thicker walled than commercial .308Win. brass, but reloading manual compilers have taken this into account when developing reloading data.
If you want to use both commercial .308 and 7.62 MM NATO brass for the same load, you need to load for a particular velocity. Find a velocity that produces excellent accuracy using commercial brass, then back off about 2 grains and work up to the same average velocity in the NATO brass. —–
I have been reloading for over 50 years and there is always something new to learn. I was working up a reload for a friends new MP-10. This may be of interest to some who reload for the 7.62×51: I have some PS 80 mil casings and small base (SB) RCBS dies, checking the casings with a Wilson case gauge.
I had a chance to interview him recently about the company and got some valuable tips on reloading to boot.
Russia is threatening NATO as aggressively as it did in the Cold War and China is flexing.
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Much like .223/5.56 it is NATO spec, widly used and available and fairly inexpensive. with a muzzle velocity around 2700 fps it is a very vercitile little cartridge in a number of different weights and bullet types. .308 Winchester is just a hotter loaded 7.62 NATO just an FYI.
7.62 X51 Nato Dimensions TriggerTimeTV shared a fantastic graphic showcasing the difference between the .308 and military-standard 7.62×51 cartridges. While some shooters understand that .308 (the civilian standard) is actually more powerful than its military cousin, few likely know the actual differences between the cartirdges. 7.62 x 39 is also a common 7.62 cartridge and it takes knowledge of
7.62 NATO vs .308 Winchester – Headspace Last but not least we get to the real difference. Military rifles for 7.62x51mm NATO can, and usually do, have longer chambers.
Reloading. .308 Winchester and 7.62×51 NATO. When you need a hard hitting round there are few better choices than .308 Winchester.
7.62 Mm Rifle Rounds the Army said it was looking for up to 50,000 commercially available rifles of 7.62 mm caliber. "The Army has identified a potential gap in the capability of ground forces and infantry to penetrate. The 7.62×51mm NATO (official NATO nomenclature 7.62 NATO) is a rimless bottlenecked rifle cartridge developed in the 1950s as a standard
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.
7.62x51mm NATO Rifle Cartridge by Nosler Inc. NOSLER BRASS. Designed for Loading & Reloading 7.62x51mm NATO is Not offered at this time.
Now I'm in the process of starting to do my own reloading, however, there is a distinct difference between the .308 WIN and 7.62 Nato round. My question is, 1) the manual I have lists the .308 information as being the same for the 7.62 Nato, but my understanding is that that there is a significant headspace difference.
7.62 X51 MM NATO Reloading Data. Thread starter treadhead1952. For me the 7.62×51 vs 308 is a non issue if you are a reloader. The outside dimensions of rounds are exactly the same. Devildog if you are worried about chambering get a case gauge for 308 and get some small base dies.