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    IDnumber76
    Caliber7,62x51
    Model7,62 mm Sk Ptr 10 PPRJ
    Projectile form-
    Projectile weight8,2 Gram
    Projectile materialTombac plated steel jacket, Tungsten and aluminum core.
    Projectile typeArmour piercing
    Colour markingsBlack tip
    V0 mps960 mps
    V0 fps-
    Propellant-
    Propellant weight Gram-
    Propellant weight Grain-
    The projectile has a hard metal core that gives the ammunition a very good penetration on hard targets. Conventional AP ammunition uses hard steel as a penetrator. The Tungsten material has a much higher density, which makes the penetrator much heavier than a steel penetrator of the same size. The projectile penetrates at least 15 mm steel at 300 meters or 20 mm of steel at 100 meters.
    The cartridge on the picture is stamped as made 1984. That is a truth with modification. The case is made then, but the ammunition is built 1987.


     
    IDnumber203
    Caliber7,62x51
    Model7,62 mm sk ptr 10 pprj
    Projectile form
    Projectile weight
    Projectile material
    Projectile typeArmour piercing
    Colour markings
    V0 mps
    V0 fps-
    Propellant
    Propellant weight Gram
    Propellant weight Grain-
    This AP cartridge has a black ring on the projectile instead of the normal black tip. The normal AP generates a higher pressure than a standard cartridge, while this AP ammunition is loaded to the same pressure as a standard cartridge. This item is produced by Karlsborg ammunitionsfabrik in 2005.

    Courtesy Rude of Åtvidaberg


     
    IDnumber217
    Caliber7,62x51
    Model
    Projectile form
    Projectile weight
    Projectile material
    Projectile typeArmour piercing
    Colour markingsBlack tip
    V0 mps
    V0 fps-
    Propellant
    Propellant weight Gram
    Propellant weight Grain-
    A experimental round? I have only seen this one, and no box to relate to so I really have no idea. This AP round are made in 1970 and is produced by factory 070, Karlsborg Ammunitions fabrik.(Vanäsverken)

    Courtesy Rude of Åtvidaberg



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