Large volumes of surplus brass made it the basis for dozens of commercial and wildcat cartridges, as well as being extensively used for reloading. Thanks for your support. Thanks for the question! However, it remained in limited use in the army reserves and national guard for some time; Frankfort Arsenal only stopped production in and Lake City Army Ammunition Plant was making. Learn how your comment data is processed.
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About .223 Penetration
This page was last edited on 26 Octoberat Also, due to the lighter weight of the bullet, aiming in rapid fire is much easier as recoil depends much on the weight of the bullet. That's probably reasonable penetration against some standard of hardened armor plate. Suffice it to say that rifle fire using the m2 was effective on thin skinned vehicles at fairly close range. That would kick a loaded round? We ask not your counsel or Arms.