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  • Myths About the NATO 5.56 Cartridge


    There are a lot of myths and misconceptions surrounding the current M16A1, M16A2, M4, M16A4NATO 5.56 round and its effectiveness on the battlefield. Now before you make a judgment as a soldier or as a firearm enthusiast (a more euphemistic way of saying “gun nut”), consider your sources. Who is ...


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    Actually, the problem was the switch from the M193 round to the M855 NATO round because our European allies thought that the M193 was inhumane. It's bullet fragmentation that makes the 5.56 such a nasty round.

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