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20 x GGG7.62x51mm Imperial Inert Rounds

20 x GGG7.62x51mm Imperial Inert Rounds

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Product Description

  1. Cartridge Dimensions: The cartridges are designed to adhere to the 7.62x51mm NATO standard, commonly known as .308 Winchester. The cartridge dimensions include a nominal bullet diameter of approximately 7.62 millimeters and a case length of around 51 millimeters.

  2. Material Composition:

    • Bullet: The bullets are typically made of solid metal, often lead or a lead alloy, mimicking the weight and shape of live rounds. However, inert rounds may also utilize materials like copper or steel.
    • Case: The cartridge case is usually made of brass or steel and serves as a container for the propellant in live ammunition. In inert rounds, the case is empty or filled with an inert material to simulate weight.
    • Primer: In inert rounds, the primer pocket is empty, lacking the primer compound found in live ammunition.
    • Propellant: Inert rounds do not contain any propellant powder.
  3. Markings: The cartridges may feature markings denoting the manufacturer (GGG, which stands for "Lithuanian Armed Forces Arsenal" in Lithuanian), caliber (7.62x51mm), and possibly other information such as lot number or date of manufacture.

  4. Packaging: The cartridges are typically packaged in a cardboard box designed to hold twenty rounds securely. The box may have labeling indicating the caliber, quantity, and safety information.