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Infiltration Armory

Updated: January 10, 2002
(Infiltration Version 2.87)


AMMUNITION LIST
(Click here to see our list of current & planned WEAPONS)

       = Ammunition is available in the 2.87 Infiltration release.


9 x 19mm NATO


M882 Ball
    
Caliber: 9 x 19mm NATO
Projectile Mass: 7.45 g  (115 gr)
Muzzle Velocity: 376.7 m/sec  (1236 fps), @ 4.6 m  (15 ft) from muzzle
Muzzle Energy: 528.6 J  (390 ft.lbs), @ 4.6 m  (15 ft) from muzzle
Compatible Weapons : Beretta M9,  H&K MP5 Navy,  H&K MP5 PDW,  IMI Mini Uzi
Status: In-Game
Description: Standard military 9mm ball ammunition. Also approved for use in other 9mm pistols and submachine guns.

 

Hydra-Shok JHP
   
Caliber: 9 x 19mm NATO
Projectile Mass: 8.00 g  (124 gr)
Muzzle Velocity: 341.4 ± 3.0 m/sec  (1120 ± 10 fps)
Muzzle Energy: 467.8 J  (345 ft.lbs)
Compatible Weapons : Beretta M9,  H&K MP5 Navy,  H&K MP5 PDW,  IMI Mini Uzi
Status: Future Release
Description: Considered by many to be the best hollow point in the world, the Hydra-Shok is standard with hundreds of police forces, security agencies, and private citizens. The most unusual aspect of the Hydra-Shok bullet design is the little lead post which sits at the base of the hollow point. When the bullet comes in contact with a soft medium, such as ballistic gelatin or internal organs, the post directs fluid against the inside of the hollow point, forcing it to expand reliably. But when the bullet strikes a hard surface such as a barrier, the post helps keep the nose from getting clogged up, which would otherwise limit expansion once the barrier had been penetrated.

 

"Blue Tip" Subsonic FMJ
   
Caliber: 9 x 19mm NATO
Projectile Mass: 10.24 g  (158 gr)
Muzzle Velocity: 285.0 m/sec  (935 fps)
Muzzle Energy: 414.9 J  (306 ft.lbs)
Compatible Weapons : H&K MP5 Navy,  H&K MP5 PDW,  IMI Mini Uzi
Status: Future Release
Description: This is 9mm 158 gr ammunition loaded to a lower velocity for use with suppressed firearms. It is identified by a blue tip.

 

FMJ Vector Tracer
   
Caliber: 9 x 19mm NATO
Projectile Mass: 8.00 g  (124 gr)
Muzzle Velocity: 338.3 m/sec  (1110 fps)
Muzzle Energy: 459.6 J  (339 ft.lbs)
Compatible Weapons : Beretta M9,  H&K MP5 Navy,  H&K MP5 PDW,  IMI Mini Uzi
Status: Future Release
Description: Comparable to standard ball ammunition with the added benefit of illuminating the trajectory when fired, Hornady's Vector ammunition is probably the most expensive training ammunition you can purchase. Ballistically however the Vector bullet is far superior to conventional military tracer rounds. By using far less tracer composition and inserting it along the axis of the bullet rather than in the base, stability (and consequently accuracy) is much more constant through bullet flight.

 

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5.7 x 28mm


SS190 Ball
   
Caliber: 5.7 x 28mm
Projectile Mass: 2.00 g  (31 gr)
Muzzle Velocity: 714.8 m/sec  (2345 fps)
Muzzle Energy: 512.5 J  (378 ft.lbs)
Compatible Weapons : FN Five-seveN,  FN P90
Status: In-Game
Description: The 5.7x28mm cartridge was developed in the mid-1980s by FN Herstal for their P90 Personal Defense Weapon. The objective was to produce a new generation close defense weapon system for users who cannot normally carry any weapon other than a pistol but who require something more powerful than the usual 9mm NATO cartridge. The SS190 bullet will penetrate a standard M1 steel helmet at 150m range and 48 layers of Kevlar at over 50m. The stopping power is claimed to be three times that of the 9mm NATO; the bullet does not fragment but gives up its energy very rapidly on impact. The round is effective up to a range of 150m.

 

Sb193 Subsonic
   
Caliber: 5.7 x 28mm
Projectile Mass: 3.60 g  (55 gr)
Muzzle Velocity: 301.8 m/sec  (990 fps)
Muzzle Energy: 164.1 J  (121 ft.lbs)
Compatible Weapons : FN P90
Status: Future Release
Description: The 5.7x28mm Sb193 is a subsonic round for use with suppressed P90's. It is significantly slower than SS190 and has about 1/4 the effective range. It is identified with a white tip.

 

L191 Tracer
   
Caliber: 5.7 x 28mm
Projectile Mass: 2.00 g  (31 gr)
Muzzle Velocity: 714.8 m/sec  (2345 fps)
Muzzle Energy: 512.5 J  (378 ft.lbs)
Compatible Weapons : FN Five-seveN,  FN P90
Status: Future Release
Description: The 5.7x28mm L191 tracer is unique in that its performance and specifications are almost the exact same as its ball equivalent. The picture shown below is that of the SS190 ball cartridge; the L191 is identified with a red painted tip.

 

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.357 MAGNUM


AE357A JSP
   
Caliber: .357 Magnum
Projectile Mass: 10.24 g  (158 gr)
Muzzle Velocity: 378.0 m/sec  (1240 fps)
Muzzle Energy: 730.8 J  (539 ft.lbs)
Compatible Weapons : Desert Eagle Mark XIX
Status: In-Game
Description: The .357 Magnum has long been a favorite of law enforcement officers due to its awesome stopping power. Federal's JSP loading is one of the hottest loads on the market, with the JSP bullet providing excellent penetration and a wound profile almost identical to a hollow point, while feeding more reliably in semiautomatics. This round is specifically recommended by Magnum Research for use in its Desert Eagle pistols.

 

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.40 S&W (SMITH & WESSUN)


AE40R1 FMJ
   
Caliber: .40 S&W (Smith & Wesson)
Projectile Mass: 11.66 g  (180 gr)
Muzzle Velocity: 301.8 m/sec  (990 fps)
Muzzle Energy: 531.5 J  (392 ft.lbs)
Compatible Weapons : H&K MP5/40A3
Status: In-Game
Description: Largely superceding the 9mm NATO cartridge in law enforcement in North America, the .40 S&W delivers more power while retaining high capacity. Federal's American Eagle .40 S&W 180 gr load is a fine FMJ delivering good performance at a reduced cost. It also has the advantage of being loaded to subsonic velocities, making it appropriate for use with suppressors.

 

Ranger Talon JHP
   
Caliber: .40 S&W (Smith & Wesson)
Projectile Mass: 10.69 g  (165 gr)
Muzzle Velocity: 326.1 m/sec  (1070 fps)
Muzzle Energy: 568.1 J  (419 ft.lbs)
Compatible Weapons : H&K MP5/40A3
Status: Future Release
Description: Winchester's original Black Talon, refined and given a new name. Upon target impact, the SXT bullet mushrooms and produces eight uniform, radial jacket petals with perpendicular tips that give maximum in-target energy deposit and stopping power.

 

Vector Tracer
   
Caliber: .40 S&W (Smith & Wesson)
Projectile Mass: 11.66 g  (180 gr)
Muzzle Velocity: 389.6 m/sec  (950 fps)
Muzzle Energy: 489.5 J  (361 ft.lbs)
Compatible Weapons : H&K MP5/40A3
Status: Future Release
Description: Comparable to standard ball ammunition with the added benefit of illuminating the trajectory when fired, Hornady's Vector ammunition is probably the most expensive training ammunition you can purchase. Ballistically however the Vector bullet is far superior to conventional military tracer rounds. By using far less tracer composition and inserting it along the axis of the bullet rather than in the base, stability (and consequently accuracy) is much more constant through bullet flight.

 

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.45 ACP


M1911 Ball
   
Caliber: .45 ACP
Projectile Mass: 14.90 g  (230 gr)
Muzzle Velocity: 269.7 m/sec  (885 fps), @ 7.8m  (25.5 ft) from muzzle
Muzzle Energy: 542.3 J  (400 ft.lbs), @ 7.8m  (25.5 ft) from muzzle
Compatible Weapons : H&K Mk23 SOCOM
Status: In-Game
Description: Standard for the US military from 1911 to 1986 in various weapons, the .45 Automatic Colt Pistol cartridge is one of the most prolific handgun rounds in the United States. Highly touted as a defensive handgun cartridge using jacketed hollow point bullets, the .45 ACP relies on heavy bullet weights rather than lightning-quick velocities.

 

+P JHP
   
Caliber: .45 ACP
Projectile Mass: 11.99 g  (185 gr)
Muzzle Velocity: 165.5 m/sec  (1150 fps)
Muzzle Energy: 736.2 J  (543 ft.lbs)
Compatible Weapons : H&K Mk23 SOCOM
Status: Future Release
Description: Using a 185 grain Sierra bullet and loaded to +P pressures, Cor-Bon's .45 ACP hollow point is the most effective defensive .45 load available. Gun*Tests magazine, reporting on Cor-Bon's .45 ACP defensive loads, stated “Of all the JHP bullets, they had the highest velocities, highest muzzle energies, largest cavities in the gelatin, and the most bullet expansion. Bullet expansion was in a class by itself, twice that of their nearest competitors. The cavities were shredded gelatin, a true measure of effectiveness, not a star-shaped cut”.

 

M26 Tracer
   
Caliber: .45 ACP
Projectile Mass: 14.90 g  (230 gr)
Muzzle Velocity: 269.7 m/sec  (885 fps), @ 7.8 m  (25.5 ft) from muzzle
Muzzle Energy: 542.3 J  (400 ft.lbs), @ 7.8 m  (25.5 ft) from muzzle
Compatible Weapons : H&K Mk23 SOCOM
Status: Future Release
Description: Similar to M1911 ball ammunition with the addition of some tracer composition to permit observation of the bullet's trajectory.

 

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12 GAUGE


M257 No.4 Buckshot
   
Caliber: 12 Gauge
Mass: 48.47 g  (748 gr)
Muzzle Velocity: 406.9 m/sec  (1335 fps), @ 0.9 m  (3 ft) from muzzle
Muzzle Energy:  
Compatible Weapons : Benelli M3 Super 90,  Franchi SPAS 12
Status: In-Game
Description: Original US military issue, production now terminated. Intended for guard duty and riot-control weapons, the M257 uses a traditional plastic case and No. 4 hard lead antimony pellets. While the shot size is almost a full tenth of an inch smaller than 00 buck, there are also three times as many pellets per shell.

 

00 Buckshot
   
Caliber: 12 Gauge
Mass:  
Muzzle Velocity: 403.9 m/sec  (1325 fps)
Muzzle Energy:  
Compatible Weapons : Benelli M3 Super 90,  Franchi SPAS 12
Status: Future Release
Description: A standard 00 buck load, offering 9 pellets at .33 caliber each.

 

Supreme Partition Gold JHP
   
Caliber: 12 Gauge
Mass: 24.95 g  (385 gr)
Muzzle Velocity: 579.1 m/sec  (1900 fps)
Muzzle Energy: 4184.1 J  (3086 ft.lbs)
Compatible Weapons : Benelli M3 Super 90,  Franchi SPAS 12
Status: Future Release
Description: Winchester's new Supreme Partition Gold high-velocity slug brings about unprecedented performance in shotgun slugs. Delivering a 385 gr .50 caliber Partition slug at an amazing 1900 fps, this is the ultimate in knock-down power. Even after having traveled 100 yards, the slug still has over 2100 foot-pounds of energy - this is more than most other slugs have at the muzzle.

 

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5.56 x 45mm NATO


M855 Ball
   
Caliber: 5.56 x 45mm NATO
Projectile Mass: 4.02 g  (62 gr)
Muzzle Velocity: 922.0 m/sec  (3025 fps), @ 23.8 m  (78 ft) from muzzle
Muzzle Energy: 1708.3 J  (1260 ft.lbs), @ 23.8 m  (78 ft) from muzzle
Compatible Weapons : Colt M16-A2,  Colt M4A1 Carbine,  H&K G36C,  Giat Famas G2,  SIG SG 551-SWAT,  FN M249 SAW
Status: In-Game
Description: The 5.56-mm ball M855 (A059) cartridge has a gilding, metal-jacketed, lead alloy core bullet with a steel penetrator. The primer and case are waterproof. The ammunition is linked by a disintegrating metallic split-linked belt for firing from the ammunition box. In an emergency, the M855 round can also be loaded and fired from the M16 20or 30-round magazine. It is identified by a green tip, has a projectile weight of 62 grains, and is 2.3 cm long. This is the NATO standard round. It is effective against personnel and light materials, not vehicles.

 

M955 AP
   
Caliber: 5.56 x 45mm NATO
Projectile Mass: 3.37 g  (52 gr)
Muzzle Velocity: 1013.2 m/sec  (3324 fps), @ 23.8 m  (78 ft) from muzzle
Muzzle Energy: 1730.0 J  (1276 ft.lbs), @ 23.8 m  (78 ft) from muzzle
Compatible Weapons : Colt M16-A2,  Colt M4A1 Carbine,  H&K G36C,  Giat Famas G2,  SIG SG 551-SWAT,  FN M249 SAW
Status: Future Release
Description: The M995 is a 5.56mm Armor Piercing (AP) cartridge that provides an AP capability for the 5.56 x 45mm weapons. This cartridge was designed to augment the fielded version of the ammunition (M855), which employ a soft lead (or ball) projectile. The M995 was initiated in 1992 as part of the Soldier Enhancement Program (SEP), and intended to give the soldier an added capability against armored threat vehicles. This capability will support the precision engagement and dominant maneuver force aspects of Joint Vision 2010.

 

"Blue Tip" Reduced Charge
   
Caliber: 5.56 x 45mm NATO
Projectile Mass: 4.08 g  (63 gr)
Muzzle Velocity:  
Muzzle Energy:  
Compatible Weapons : Colt M4A1 Carbine
Status: Future Release
Description: This reduced charge ammunition is designed for use with suppressed firearms. While not subsonic, it is quieter than using full-power loads. Unlike most other 5.56mm reduced charge or subsonic loads, these will cycle semiautomatic actions.

 

M856 Tracer
   
Caliber: 5.56 x 45mm NATO
Projectile Mass: 4.15 g  (64 gr)
Muzzle Velocity: 874.8 m/sec  (2870 fps), @ 23.8 m  (78 ft) from muzzle
Muzzle Energy: 1579.5 J  (1165 ft.lbs), @ 23.8 m  (78 ft) from muzzle
Compatible Weapons : Colt M16-A2,  Colt M4A1 Carbine,  H&K G36C,  Giat Famas G2,  SIG SG 551-SWAT,  FN M249 SAW
Status: Future Release
Description: The 5.56-mm tracer, M856 (A064) cartridge has a 63.7 grain bullet without a steel penetrator. It is identified by an orange tip. The tracer is used for adjustments after observation, incendiary effects, and signaling. When tracer rounds are fired, they are mixed with ball ammunition in a ratio of four ball rounds to one tracer round. The DODAC for ball and tracer mix is A064.

 

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4.73 x 33mm CASELESS


DM11 Ball
   
Caliber: 4.73 x 33mm Caseless
Projectile Mass: 3.18 g  (49 gr)
Muzzle Velocity: 935.7 m/sec  (3070 fps)
Muzzle Energy: 1389.7 J  (1025 ft.lbs)
Compatible Weapons : H&K G11
Status: Future Release
Description: A very unconventional ammunition round, the DM11 features a streamlined bullet set into a hard block of denatured hexogen. A percussion primer and booster charge sits behind the bullet. When ignited, the primer sets off the booster charge, propelling the bullet forward. This ensures the bullet is fully seated in the rifling when the main propellant begins burning, preventing a leak of gas around the bullet and ensuring consistent and uniform chamber pressures from round to round. Comparable in performance to the 5.56mm NATO, the DM11 will penetrate 6mm of mild steel at 300m.

 

DM18 Tracer
   
Caliber: 4.73 x 33mm Caseless
Projectile Mass:  
Muzzle Velocity:  
Muzzle Energy:  
Compatible Weapons : H&K G11
Status: Future Release
Description: This is the caseless tracer round developed for the HK G11 rifle. Presumably similar to DM11 ball, research into this round's performance and technical specifications is still ongoing.

 

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7.62 x 39mm


M43 Type PS Ball
   
Caliber: 7.62 x 39mm
Projectile Mass: 7.97 g  (123 gr)
Muzzle Velocity: 716.3 m/sec  (2350 fps)
Muzzle Energy: 2044.6 J  (1508 ft.lbs)
Compatible Weapons : Arsenal AKMSU
Status: In-Game
Description: Soviet development of an intermediate cartridge had begun in the 1930's, parallel to work being done in Finland, Germany, and Switzerland. Suspended in 1939 and spurred on likely because of the development of the German 7.92x33mm Kurz cartridge, the 7.62x39mm was approved for use in 1943 and made its official military debut in 1945 with the SKS carbine. It is the most popular small arms cartridge in the Eastern world, not having been supplanted by the 5.45x39.5mm cartridge to the same degree as the 5.56mm NATO cartridge in the West. The Czechoslovak M43 cartridge modeled here differs from its Russian equivalent by using a lead core rather than a mild steel one.

 

Type BZ AP Incendiary
   
Caliber: 7.62 x 39mm
Projectile Mass:  
Muzzle Velocity: 716.3 m/sec  (2350 fps)
Muzzle Energy:  
Compatible Weapons : Arsenal AKMSU
Status: Future Release
Description: Armor piercing incendiary cartridges use a hardened steel core tipped with a pyrotechnic charge of approximately 0.4g, intended to ignite flammable material upon impact. These particular cartridges were manufactured in Egypt by the Maasara Company for Engineering Industries, and are identifiable by a black over red tip.

 

Type T-45 Tracer
   
Caliber: 7.62 x 39mm
Projectile Mass: 7.45 g  (115 gr)
Muzzle Velocity: 746.8 m/sec  (2450 fps)
Muzzle Energy: 2078.5 J  (1533 ft.lbs)
Compatible Weapons : Arsenal AKMSU
Status: Future Release
Description: The tracer companion to Type PS ball, being of the same non-streamlined profile but lighter. It is identified by a green tip and exhibits a red trace.

 

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7.62 x 51mm NATO


M118 Long Range
   
Caliber: 7.62 x 51mm NATO
Projectile Mass: 11.40 g  (175 gr)
Muzzle Velocity: 786.4 m/sec  (2580 fps)
Muzzle Energy: 3506.1 J  (2586 ft.lbs)
Compatible Weapons : H&K PSG-1
Status: In-Game
Description: Developed specifically for high-accuracy weapons, the M118 Long Range cartridge replaces M118 Special Ball. Using a Sierra 175 gr Matching bullet and an improved M825 match case, the M118 Long Range provides superior accuracy at all ranges.

 

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.50 BMG


M33 Ball
   
Caliber: .50 BMG
Projectile Mass: 42.12 g  (650 gr)
Muzzle Velocity: 887.0 m/sec  (2910 fps), @ 23.8 m  (78 ft) from muzzle
Muzzle Energy: 16,569.5 J  (12,221 ft.lbs), @ 23.8 m  (78 ft) from muzzle
Compatible Weapons : Robar RC50,  FN M2HB (mounted HMG)
Status: In-Game
Description: Debuted in 1921 with the M1921 Browning heavy machine gun (later to be updated and renamed the M2), the .50 BMG cartridge is a powerful round. Used in heavy machine guns and long-range rifles, M33 ball is the current standard ball round, replacing M2 ball.

 

Mk 211 MOD 0 AP-HEI "Raufoss"
   
Caliber: .50 BMG
Projectile Mass: 43.48 g  (671 gr)
Muzzle Velocity: 887.0 m/sec  (2910 fps), @ 23.8 m  (78 ft) from muzzle
Muzzle Energy: 17,105.0 J  (12,616 ft.lbs), @ 23.8 m  (78 ft) from muzzle
Compatible Weapons : Robar RC50
Status: Future Release
Description: Developed by the Nordic Ammunition Company in Sweden, this cartridge replaces all incendiary rounds currently in service. Also known as the Multi-Purpose NM140, the round is capable of penetrating 11mm of armor at 1000m and will give approximately 20 effective fragments after hitting 2mm of Dural. It contains both incendiary and high explosive compositions plus a tungsten core for superior penetration and lethality. The ammunition is drop-safe from 15m height and is identified by a green tip.

 

M903 SLAP (Saboted Light Armor Penetrating)
   
Caliber: .50 BMG
Projectile Mass: 23.33 g  (360 gr)
Muzzle Velocity: 1219.2 m/sec  (4000 fps), @ 23.8 m  (78 ft) from muzzle
Muzzle Energy: 17,339.6 J  (12,789 ft.lbs), @ 23.8 m  (78 ft) from muzzle
Compatible Weapons : Robar RC50
Status: Future Release
Description: Developed in the late 1980's and standardized March 31, 1993, the SLAP round is the most powerful anti-armor small arms cartridge available. Pushing a saboted .30 caliber 360 gr tungsten projectile to 4000 feet per second, M903 is capable of penetrating up to 34mm of hard armor at 500 meters range - almost twice that of standard M2 ball ammunition.

 

M10 Tracer
   
Caliber: .50 BMG
Projectile Mass: 23.33 g  (360 gr)
Muzzle Velocity: 1219.2 m/sec  (4000 fps), @ 23.8 m  (78 ft) from muzzle
Muzzle Energy: 17,339.6 J  (12,789 ft.lbs), @ 23.8 m  (78 ft) from muzzle
Compatible Weapons : Robar RC50
Status: Future Release
Description: This is the current .50 BMG tracer round in use with the US military, replacing M1 tracer which has been relegated to CONUS training use only. M10 tracer is identified by an orange tip.

 

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40 x 46mm LOW-PRESSURE GRENADE


M406 HE
   
Caliber: 40 x 46mm Low-Pressure Grenade
Filler Type : Composition-B
Filler Mass: 32 g  (494 gr)
Muzzle Velocity: 75.3 m/sec  (247 fps)
Arming Distance : 14 m to 27 m  (46 ft to 89 ft)
Compatible Weapons : H&K HK69-A1,  Colt M203 (assault rifle attachment)
Status: In-Game
Description: The 40x46mm family of low-pressure grenades act on a high-low pressure principle to propel the projectile. An annealed brass cup in the center of the cartridge base acts as a high-pressure chamber, containing the propellant. Upon ignition, the expanding gasses rupture the vent holes around the propellant cup and flood into the low-pressure chamber, launching the projectile. The M406 is a high explosive cartridge designed to inflict personnel casualties from ground burst effect.

 

M433A1 HE Dual Purpose
   
Caliber: 40 x 46mm Low-Pressure Grenade
Filler Type : Composition-A5
Filler Mass: 45 g  (694 gr)
Muzzle Velocity: 76.2 m/sec  (250 fps)
Arming Distance : 14 m to 27 m  (46 ft to 89 ft)
Compatible Weapons : H&K HK69-A1,  Colt M203 (assault rifle attachment)
Status: Future Release
Description: High-explosive dual purpose (HEDP) round. This round has an olive drab aluminum skirt with a steel cup attached, white markings, and a gold ogive; it penetrates at least 5 cm (2 inches) when fired straight at steel armor. It arms between 14 and 27 meters, and it causes casualties within a 5-meter radius.

 

M397A1 HE
   
Caliber: 40 x 46mm Low-Pressure Grenade
Filler Type : Octol
Filler Mass: 32 g  (494 gr)
Muzzle Velocity: 76.2 m/sec  (250 fps)
Arming Distance : 14 m to 27 m  (46 ft to 89 ft)
Compatible Weapons : H&K HK69-A1,  Colt M203 (assault rifle attachment)
Status: Future Release
Description: The 40x46mm family of low-pressure grenades act on a high-low pressure principle to propel the projectile. An annealed brass cup in the center of the cartridge base acts as a high-pressure chamber, containing the propellant. Upon ignition, the expanding gasses rupture the vent holes around the propellant cup and flood into the low-pressure chamber, launching the projectile. The M397A1 is a high explosive cartridge designed to inflict personnel casualties from air burst effect.

 

M713, M715, M716 Smoke
   
Caliber: 40 x 46mm Low-Pressure Grenade
Filler Type : Smoke Composition (M713 = Red, M715 = Green, M716 = Yellow)
Filler Mass: 32 g  (494 gr)
Muzzle Velocity: 76.2 m/sec  (250 fps)
Arming Distance : 15 m to 45 m  (49 ft to 148 ft)
Compatible Weapons : H&K HK69-A1,  Colt M203 (assault rifle attachment)
Status: Future Release
Description: The 40x46mm family of low-pressure grenades act on a high-low pressure principle to propel the projectile. An annealed brass cup in the center of the cartridge base acts as a high-pressure chamber, containing the propellant. Upon ignition, the expanding gasses rupture the vent holes around the propellant cup and flood into the low-pressure chamber, launching the projectile. The M713, M715, and M716 are used to provide aerial identification and location of troops on the ground. The only difference between the three cartridges is the color of smoke emitted.

 

M585 White Star Cluster
   
Caliber: 40 x 46mm Low-Pressure Grenade
Filler Type : Illuminant
Filler Mass: 17 g  (262 gr) per star
Muzzle Velocity: 76.2 m/sec  (250 fps)
Arming Distance : 167.6 m  (550 ft) altitude, @ quadrant elevation of 85°
Compatible Weapons : H&K HK69-A1,  Colt M203 (assault rifle attachment)
Status: Future Release
Description: This round is white impact or bar aluminum alloy with black markings. The attached plastic ogive has a raised "W" for night identification. The round is used for illumination or signals. It is lighter and more accurate than comparable hand-held signal rounds. The individual stars burn for about 7 seconds during free fall.

 

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