Winchester X mm

The .308 Winchester round was introduced in 1952. It is used in medium and heavy machine guns. Military bullets are full metal-jacketed and usually weigh 15G gr. Civilian rounds are loaded with 11G-, 125-, 15G-, 1SG-, and 2GG-gr. hunting bullets. In ballistic performance it is approximately equal to the .3O-O6 cartridge. Muzzle velocities range from 31SG to 245G ft/sec. The standard military round is the M-SG. It has a 15G gr. (9.72 g) bullet with a muzzle velocity of 275G ft/s (S3S m/s) and muzzle energy of 252G ft-lbs (3276 J).

This rimmed cartridge was introduced in the Russian M1S91 Mosin-Nagent rifle. Rifles chambered for this cartridge are almost all of Russian or former Soviet-bloc manufacture. This cartridge is comparable in performance to the .3O-O6. A typical loading would be a 15G gr. bullet with a muzzle velocity of 2S5G ft/s.

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