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CONJAY AMMUNITION FOR USE IN ARMOR TESTING (STEEL, COMPOSITE, GLASS)

Ammunition used during World War 2 and in various conflicts afterwards

(Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany (Wehrmacht), Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Norway, Thailand, UK, USA)

Many of these types although long obsolete in Military Forces are still available throughout the third world.

     

 

 

Left to Right (Scale 1:1)

 .30" Carbine Ball M1 (Belgium)

 .30" Carbine Tracer (Belgium)

 .30" Carbine Ball Mark 1z (UK)

 .30" Carbine Tracer M27 (Dark-Ignition) (UK)

 .30" Carbine Ball M1 (USA)

 .30" Carbine Ball M1 Steel Case (USA)

 .30" Carbine Magsafe SWAT (USA)

 .30" Carbine Tracer M16 (Flame) (USA)

 .30" Carbine Tracer M27 (Dark-Ignition) (USA)

 .30" Carbine KTW Metal-Piercing (USA)

 

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5,45mm x 40 - 23mm x 152B  

14.5mm x 114                   

12.7mm x 108                     

7.62mm x 54R                           

7.62mm x 39                               

5.45mm x 40                               

5.45mm x 18 PSM                               

7.62mm x 25                                  

9mm x 18 MAKAROV                            

5.56mm x 45 - 25mm x 137   

.50" Browning                     

.300" H&H - .338" Lapua Magnum        

  • 7.62mm x 51 NATO                        

  • 5.56mm x 45 NATO                           

    9mm x 19 (9mm PARABELLUM)                  

    HANDGUN PISTOL                                 

    HANDGUN REVOLVER                           

    .5" VICKERS & .55" BOYS           

    .303" RIFLE & MG                           

    .30" M1906 SPRINGFIELD                   

    7.9mm/7.92mm MAUSER                   

    6.5mm, 7.7mm, 7.9mm (JAPAN)            

    6.5mm -8mm (WW2 MISCELLANEOUS)      

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