7.62X51 in a SAAMI chambers raises pressure, .308 in a 7.62 chambers lowers the pressure, both by up to 5,500psi (TAR documented) 7.62 chambers are not rare, there's still plenty around and even commercial barrels can be chambered to 7.62X51 depending on the reamer and drawing number.
I doubt it. One of the gun mags ran an article on cartridge efficiency a while back. They compared on the basis of foot-pounds of energy vs grains of powder burned. I don't recall if the 7.62X54R was in the data but I do recall that very few cartridges beat the .308. One of the few that did was the 8mm Mauser.
The 7.62×39 vs 308 7.62x54R debate has gone on for decades. While each cartridge has different strengths and weaknesses, the best one is the. The 7.62×39 vs 308 vs 7.62x54R debate has raged within hunting and shooting circles for many decades now. They're all proven cartridges with different.
As for your question: No, 7.62×51/.308 and 7.62×39 are in no way interchangable. They are two completely different rounds with different bullet sizes, casing shapes, and powder charges. Just look at the size between the two and you can see a 7.62×51 is much larger than a 7.62×31.
.308 winchester vs. 7.62X51. This is a discussion on .308 winchester vs. 7.62X51 within the Ammunition forums, part of the M14 M1A Forum category; I went to a gun show today and noticed two M1A Springfield Armory rifles.
Z113 also produces ordnances and steel-piercing 7.62×54 millimeter bullets that can be costly to.
Young military engineers have also been successful in making 7.62×51 millimeter NATO bullets.
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The M-14 is chambered for the 7.62×51 not the 7.62×39. The 7.62×54 is a rimmed cartridge developed by Russia for the Nagant rifle and is use in many others including the Dragonov sniper rifle and the Russian Maxim machine gun.
This is a discussion on Difference between 7.62×51 vs 7.62×54 within the Ammunition forums, part of the M14 M1A Forum category; I'm a newby to the M-14 as I just purchased my first M1A NM the other day.
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The 7.62 NATO and .308 Winchester rounds are very close to identical with each that many people think that they can be used interchangeably. The main difference between the 7.62 NATO and .308 Winchester rounds is with which rifles you can use them. If you have a modern rifle that shoots .308.
The Penetrator in 7.62x54R API is much smaller and LIGHTER than the steel core in M2 30-06AP. I doubt that the velocity increase of 54R API (if there is one?) would make much difference. If it does out penetrate 30-06 AP it must be due to.
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Winning the Sniper War in Iraq – In Iraq, many Americans were surviving sniper attacks because their latest generation of body armor and Kevlar helmets could withstand the bullets from full-power 7.62×54 mm R rounds.
7.62mm Ar Ghatak 7·62 MM GHATAK RIFFLE MP-5K SUBMACHINE GUN MM GLOCK PISTOL LMG LIGHT MACHINE GUN #Knr_Trending. The indigenously developed 7.62mm x 51mm assault rifle has met the expectations of the project management team, comprising. The 7.62mm Galil Sniper (aka: Galil Tzalafim or "Galatz") is a derivative of the ARM that is used in conjunction with high-quality
I like the 7.62×54 a lot, and most of the guns that use it are excellent. That said, it would not be my choice for match grade accuracy. The .308 wins that game hands down, both because of the availability of many match/sniper grade loads and due to the large selection of guns that can take advantage of the high quality ammo.
Hopefully this will be my last question to clairify things. Can you shoot .308 in a 7.62×51 chamber? Can you shoot 7.62×51 in a .308 chamber? The reason I am getting into the topic is I was trying to streamline my firearms into a few easily stockpileable calibers so it would be cheap to shoot them.
7.62 Mm Bullet Jacket Bullet proof jackets or vests are actually bullet resistant jackets. The X95 is fired with 5.56 mm caliber bullets, the AK47 fires bigger and powerful 7.62 mm caliber bullets. Two bullets pierced. The .30 caliber (7.62 mm) armor-piercing bullet on the right has a copper jacket enclosing a hardened penetrator, but externally resembles the other
the 7.62×51 is also known as the .308 Winchester and is noted for being exceptionally accurate when quality ammunition is used in quality rifles. However, the 7,62x54Rmm, also known as the 7,62 Russian, was used to set accuracy records that stood for decades. The Lapua 200 grain boattail D166.
The 7.62×54mmR is a rimmed rifle cartridge developed by the Russian Empire and introduced as a service cartridge in 1891. Originally designed for the bolt-action Mosin-Nagant rifle.
Weapons: The AK-47 Ammo Crises – February6, 2007: Gun runners worldwide were shocked late last year when the found the price of the favorite ammunition, the 7.62×39 (diameter and length, in millimeters) round used in the AK-47,
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." The simple answer is no.