Picked out a few rounds from a "bag o bullets" Headstamp is LC LR 07. Projo appears to be a small hollowpoint. Primers are red sealed. Saw some of this brass listed somewhere but not a lot of info on the actual ammo.
Picked out a few rounds from a "bag o bullets" Headstamp is LC LR 07. Projo appears to be a small hollowpoint. Primers are red sealed.
Military rifles for 7.62x51mm NATO can, and usually do, have longer chambers. In things like machine guns powered by ammo made all over the world Next on the "risk" spectrum is the scenarios of using 7.62x51mm NATO ammo in a .308 chamber. In theory, you might run across ammo that's particularly.
7.62×51 Headstamp F 39 78. Any other info on this ammo? Shoots great in my M1a. It is from France,Chile or Australia,all those Countrys made 7.62 X51 Ammo and have used a Single F on their Headstamp, can't tell You without seeing the Headstamp or the discription of the Bullet, is the Bullet.
Anybody have any idea who made 7.62 X 51 with headstamp: Top F. (that is a dot or period) Lf side of Primer NA Rt side of Primer TO Bottom 74. F. NA TO 74 Sorry cannot do picture at present.
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. . It should not be confused with the similarly named Russian 7.62×54mmR cartridge, a slightly longer, rimmed cartrid
headstamp lc 69. $ 15.00. 7.62×51 low recoil white tip fa 66. one live 7.62×51 low recoil white tip round.
7.62×51 short range black plastic tip hp .308 7.62×51.
Headstamp Codes – International Ammunition Association. Jul 13, 2016 · The headstamp 7.62 WA 80 R1M1 seems an odd one to crop up on a British range. There might have been a black ring on the neck of the case as this doesn't appear to be a powder mark.
Here are the pictures with fired 7,62×51 blank. Please, help me to identify the manufacturer with code MS Headstamp looks like German type, I think. Headstamps go with Dates.
otherwise all sorts of problems arise. The Cartridge to be ID'd is definitely a Manusaar Product, and made specifically for a.
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7.62×51 M62 brown tip, green tracer. These were used in Iraq to confuse the enemy, so that they Russian Fed, Brunaul factory code 17, jacketed hollow point, laquered steel case (ls), Brown Bear? 7.62×39 USSR. USSR, Podolsk (Klimovsk?), Russia, factory code (headstamp) 711/85 with black.
7.62 Mm Slr Ammunition Name The L1A1 Self-Loading Rifle, also known as the SLR (Self-Loading Rifle), by the Canadian Army designation C1A1 (C1) or in the US as the "inch pattern" FAL, is a British version of the Belgian FN FAL battle rifle (Fusil Automatique Léger, "Light Automatic Rifle") produced by the Belgian armaments manufacturer Fabrique Nationale de Herstal [FN]).
7.62×51 headstamp. This is a discussion on 7.62×51 headstamp within the Ammunition forums, part of the M14 M1A Forum category; Hello,new here with a question.I have some boxes of M1A2 7.62×51 ammo.Inside is really clean looking ammo with a headstamp that reads 12 on top.
Headstamp Codes. Codes are listed by number codes, then in alphabetical order from A to Z, followed by a list of suspect codes at the end. *Note 1- Headstamps often contain multiple pieces of information.
This weekend I picked up 600 rounds of Argentine 7.62×51 ammo from my local gun show. You check the headstamps codes. It will tell you where and when the ammo was produced.
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.
A headstamp is the markings on the bottom of a cartridge case designed for a firearm.It usually tells who manufactured the case. Military headstamps usually have only the year of manufacture .
7.62×51 For Hunting 7.62 L2a2 Ammo The 7.62×51mm NATO is a rimless bottlenecked rifle ammunition cartridge developed in the 1950s as a standard for small arms among NATO countries. Although not identical, the 7.62×51mm NATO and the commercial .308 Winchester cartridges are similar enough that they can be loaded into rifles chambered for the other round, but the
There is no reference to any with the P.M.P. 69 7.62 A1 headstamp Again no reference to the PMP69 being made. Note that on the P.M.P. 68 headstamp there is no dot after the HP In 1970 the tip was changed from green to honey coloured No mention is made of any with PMP71 headstamp. In 1972 the purple PA was replaced by a honey coloured PA or base.