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30 Cal Ammunition Links

30 Cal Ammunition Links

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30 Cal ammunition links are metal connectors used to join the cartridges in a belt of 30 caliber ammunition for use in firearms such as machine guns. These links are designed to hold the cartridges in a specific position and feed them into the firearm's chamber.

The 30 Cal ammunition links were first developed during World War I and became widely used by the US military during World War II and the Korean War. The links are typically made of steel and have a distinctive shape, with two loops that fit around the rim of the cartridge and a center section that connects to the next link in the belt.

When fired, the machine gun uses the energy from the recoil to pull the next cartridge from the belt and into the chamber. The empty cartridge case is then ejected from the firearm, and the process repeats until the belt is empty.