What is M33 ball ammo?

What is M33 ball ammo?

AMMO, Inc.’s . 50 BMG (12.7 x 99mm) cartridges are loaded on a state-of-the-art production line for use in weapon systems with standard NATO chambers. M33 Ball has a 640gr mild steel-core FMJ projectile with no tip identification. Used for training and engaging soft targets.

What caliber is M33?

Order soon, these 50 caliber M33 rounds will sell out quickly.

Is it against the Geneva Convention to use a 50-cal?

50-cal. is not, at all, illegal. The actual rules for weapons in combat ban specific categories of weapons, like poisonous gasses or plastic landmines, and weapons that cause more unnecessary suffering than they provide military advantage. If that sounds vague, that’s because it is.

What is the velocity of a 556?

5.56×45mm NATO

Bullet mass/type Velocity Energy
3.56 g (55 gr) XM193 FMJBT 993 m/s (3,260 ft/s) 1,755 J (1,294 ft⋅lbf)
4 g (62 gr) SS109 FMJBT 948 m/s (3,110 ft/s) 1,797 J (1,325 ft⋅lbf)
4 g (62 gr) M855A1 FMJBT 961 m/s (3,150 ft/s) 1,859 J (1,371 ft⋅lbf)
4.1 g (63 gr) DM11 FMJBT 856 m/s (2,810 ft/s) 1,796 J (1,325 ft⋅lbf)

Can you survive getting shot by a 50-cal?

On really hard bones, like the hip socket, the huge, fast-moving round can leave all or most of its energy in the bone and connected flesh. This will basically liquefy the enemy it hits as the energy travels through the nearby muscles and the organs in the abdominal cavity. There’s really no way to survive a . 50-cal.

What is the fastest rifle round in the World?

220 Swift
220 Swift remains the fastest commercial cartridge in the world, with a published velocity of 1,422 m/s (4,665 ft/s) using a 1.9 grams (29 gr) bullet and 2.7 grams (42 gr) of 3031 powder.

What is the muzzle velocity of a 30 06?

.30-06 Springfield

Bullet mass/type Velocity Energy
165 gr (11 g) BTSP 2,800 ft/s (850 m/s) 2,872 ft⋅lbf (3,894 J)
180 gr (12 g) Core-Lokt Soft Point 2,700 ft/s (820 m/s) 2,913 ft⋅lbf (3,949 J)
200 gr (13 g) Partition 2,569 ft/s (783 m/s) 2,932 ft⋅lbf (3,975 J)
220 gr (14 g) RN 2,500 ft/s (760 m/s) 3,036 ft⋅lbf (4,116 J)