Prototype for the US M61 AP, 7.62×51 NATO (.308) caliber. 20 rounds to a tan cardboard box. Due to its early nature, the box is actually 30-06 caliber and too long, so cardboard was inserted along the top to act as a spacer.
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.
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.
Tested: Springfield Saint Victor .308 Rifle – Attempts to turn the clock back to the 7.62×51 mm NATO (.308 Win.
in all—ran without a hitch in the gun despite their being a jumbled smorgasbord of headstamps and bullet weights. The cost for.
7.62mm To Cal Nirvan The 7.62x51mm NATO was designed and adopted worldwide to replace many Allied cartridges such as the American .30-06 and Even though NATO had planned for years and finally adopted the 7.62x51mm, the war in Vietnam called for smaller and lighter. This item: Breakthrough Clean Technologies Nylon AR Chamber Brush – (308 Cal / 7.62mm) $6.40
For Sale: (NC) 200 rounds of 7.62×51 ammuntion. Has NATO "circle and cross" Headstamp manuf. in Portugal has FNM also on the headstamp. Asking 100 dollars for all 200 rounds.
7.62×51 Ap Ravi Mehta ceramic metal composites and high tech lightweight steels Level IV Multi strike capability against AP, API and APIT. M855/SS109 LAP; M61; 7.62X54R LPS/API B32 and 7.62X63 M2AP Level III – Multi strike. 7.62mm To Cal Nirvan The 7.62x51mm NATO was designed and adopted worldwide to replace many Allied cartridges such as the American .30-06 and
Germany: DAG93A0307 Deutsche Aktien-Gesellschaft , Brass casing , Berdan primed, headstamp "DAG93A0307 " lot 93A0307. On the headstamp 'A' is for 1, meaning the first month of the year.
And, 7.62 X 51 at 6 o'clock. The headstamp pictured in the book probably (the lighting in the photograph makes it hard to tell for certain) has a headstamp with a 5 pointed star at the 9:00 position and a 6 pointed asterisk at the 9:00 position.
Underground Arms Cache Found Across Border from McAllen, Texas – 30 caliber” cartridges (maybe for the .303 British?), 65 7.62X51 cartridges (with an 83 headstamp?), 170 .22-250 cartridges, and three 40 mm grenade rounds or launchers. I do not see the grenades or.
7.62 Ammo Vs 30-06 Resources Jan 09, 2016 · That's a hard question to answer. Ballistically, the two cartridges are very, very close in performance, with the .30-'06 having more case capacity and usually more velocity. 7.62 NATO vs .308 Winchester. The 7.62 NATO and .308 Winchester rounds are very close to identical with each that many people think that
Dec 19, 2006 · I agree the headstamp page is useful but a dedicated listing of 7.62×51 would be awesome. If someone is interested in putting it together and can work it so we dont crash the server, I will forward photos of all the above listed headstamps.
I have a lot of brass with the NATO cross and IVI on the headstamp. Where is this stuff from? It weighs more than Lake City brass, and has a smaller case volume.
Athena Supply sells 7.62×51 NATO Brass Cases that are mixed headstamp previously-fired brass cases collected from private indoor ranges. All brass has been machine and hand sorted for high accuracy rates.
Loading The Versatile .308 Winchester – 308 rifles shooting, I bought a box of 500 once-fired military surplus 7.62×51 mm NATO cases from Everglades Ammo.
The bulk of the cases were Lake City, but headstamps also included “FC” (Federal.
This is a discussion on Early 7.62 x 51 headstamps within the Ammunition forums, part of the M14 M1A Forum category; I was wondering how early Federal made the 7.62 x 51 round. I was going through some brass I inherited and found one marked F.
Take a look at this article about 7.62×51 CBC ammo (bottom half of the page). Ok, ok it wasn't marked with the NATO cross but, the danger is there. Take note of what the importer of the ammo did about the situation.
Military headstamps usually have only the year of manufacture . It manufactured 7.62x54mmR M91 Russian rifle ammunition. The machinery was evacuated to Sverdlovsk in 1941 but was returned in Nigeria produces its own .303 British, 7.62 x 51mm NATO, and 9 x 19mm Parabellum cartridges.