Question. What parameters did you define 7,63*39 - worst?Which caliber is the best depends on the situation - on short range combat 5.56 mm NATO and similar rounds are quite useful, but on longer ranges larger rounds are required.
The 7.62 x 39 mm catridge of the older AK rifles is by far the worst caliber.
1. i dont think 7.62 has more range then 5.56 but it has poor accuracy in AKs.Question. What parameters did you define 7,63*39 - worst?
Why then in the USA actively discuss passing to the cartridge of caliber 6,5-6,8 mm. And he on parameters nearer to Ðœ- 43 (7,62mm)?. There is the system: a weapon - a cartridge. you discuss a weapon only. Certainly ÐÐš, which was invented in 1946 not to compare to G - 11. But cartridge better what 223 Remington.1. i dont think 7.62 has more range then 5.56 but it has poor accuracy in AKs.
2. im not a fan of 7.62 bcoz contineouse firong makes for bit tired.
3. huge explosion near ur ears if some firing near u makes u almost deaf.
4. how many magines u can carry with a pair grinades plus pitthu and pouch etc.
why i hate about 5.56
1. no one want its enemy to stand and again fight after geting a hit from u or ur buddy.
2. bullet proof r bcoming lighter and tougher with kavler wat if its doesnt penitrate.
3. prone to climatic condition its rain allmost every day in north east india and snown above tawang and anni.
7.62x39 - Kalashnikov
7.62x51 - (NATO standard) SMLE, SLR
7.62x54R - (Rimmed) PK, Dragunov
1. In CT ops 7.62m43 have more stopping power and effective against tangos, the recoil of M43 is sustainable..which one do india use and why any strategy behind
5.8 preform ace is not at same level as newer 6.5 & 6.8, Its range is little more than M43 but have good stopping power than 5.56mmplzz may b they can also tell about countering chinese 5.8 caliber
2. insas has low kill rate even if not been armored person.
I seriously doubt so, because..I am a practical worker, modern specimens of AR under 7,62, have 6 rifling.And all these nullify level advantages of small-bore cartridge and 7,62*39 put on a level 6,8*45 mm.
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Even if length was to more 7.62 X 39 is not a fit sniper round for 800 - 900 m.Indeed but i believe it have more to do with Rifle barrel length..
New Cartridge increase velocity ?
Yes, you are right. Increased long barrel, ammunition is changed, and that I wrote before. It is a single mechanism Now airplanes and rockets of calculated on computers, but not that that rifles!Indeed but i believe it have more to do with Rifle barrel length..
New Cartridge increase velocity ?
@ kunal, bhadra & Akim can u tell is im rite or wrong bcoz i think in high alti and mountain warfare u need long range but light weight as u said barrel increase range so bullup gun with 6.5 or 6.8 may b good option bcoz 7.62 creates lot noise in case 7.62 bull it will bang ur ear drum wat u think can we do R & D in this zone.
It his only advantage is weight. But in jungles or city, better Ð¸Ð¼ÐµÑ‚ a 1 cartridge of 6,8-7,6Ð¼Ð¼, what 10 cartridges 5,45-5,56. Do you know how many injured was the ricochet of people in Bender (Transnistria)?I am glad people are talking about weight here. There is nothing more important about the logistics and ergonomic effects of weight on a soldier. Considering I can carry more than twice as much 5.56 than 7.62 I will take the smaller round any day. That calibre is covered by snipers and SAW which is where it should stay.
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