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  • 5,56x45

    IDnumber: 199


    This box of 20 PCS is intended for the FFV890 rifle used in trials in the late 1970 beginning 1980. This box is manufactured by the Karlsborg factory in 1979.


    IDnumber: 146


    This label of the box is the first type, with the broad border and the printed code for factory and date. The code is later on punched into the cardboard. This box is manufactured in 1981 by the Karlsborg factory.


    From Rude of Åtvidabergs collection


    From Rude of Åtvidabergs collection


    IDnumber: 25


    This is a standard box of 25pcs of ball ammunition manufactured by Karlsborg ammunition factory in 1985. At this time the AK5 was still not finalized, still under trial and development.


    IDnumber: 145


    This box contains 20 PCS of the more environment friendly model B ammunition. It is manufactured by the Karlsborg factory in 1997.


    From Rude of Åtvidaberg collection


    IDnumber: 304


    This is maybe how a correct Swedish box should be labeled and visually designed for the future. The text is in Swedish, and the image of the cartridge is also typical for Sweden. It has two graphical images added not seen before, and it is the NATO circle/cross and the NATO symbol for ammunition showing the ammunition to be on stripper clips.
    The ammunition is manufactured by code 633, AB Girait?s ginkluot?s gamykla (GGG), Lithuania in 2010.




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