7.62 x54r trajectory chart
7.62x54R Ballistics Chart, Ballistics 101
Complete 7.62x54 ammunition ballistics Chart. Compare all 7.62x54 ammunition manufacturers on one easy to read chart.
Factory ammunition As can be expected, there is a great abundance of military surplus ammunition available in 7.62x54R. Surplus military ammunition has been made throughout the Eastern Bloc as well as North Africa and China and comes in a variety of
7.62x39 Ballistics Chart & Coefficient GunData.org
.62x39 Ballistics Chart & Coefficient. This is a 7.62x39 ballistics chart (external) generated using our ballistic trajectory calculator. This round is most used in AK47s and their variants.. The average 7.62x39mm bullet is something like a 123 grain that is fired at an average of at 2,350fps The charting below follows the trajectory all the
Rifle Trajectory Table CHUCKHAWKS
This trajectory table can also serve as a comparative tool, allowing the reader to compare the trajectories of different cartridges or loads. The trajectories in the table below were calculated for a maximum bullet rise of 1.5 inches above the line of sight for all small game and varmint loads, and three inches above the line of sight for all
7.62x39 (M43) BallisticStudies
The M43 used the same .311” bullet diameter as the long standing 7.62x51 Russian cartridge however the rimless case was much smaller, giving a velocity of 2300fps with a 123gr bullet from a 20” barrel. Although having created a cartridge suitable for controlled bursts of fully automatic fire, the first rifle to be accepted for the M43
Anyone have a 7.62x39 trajectory table, Springfield XD
Anyone have a 7.62x39 trajectory table. Jump to Latest Follow 1 5 of 5 Posts. Alaskapopo Premium Member. Joined Borrow a chronographor make a good guess based on empirical observation as to BC and MVmake your own charteither in numeric of graphical form.
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7.62x54r 147 gr Steel Core, Silver Tip, Bulgarian, The
7.62x54r 147 gr Steel Core, Silver Tip, Bulgarian. I tested this round against reinforced concrete, AR500 plate, mild steel, and timber. These came in a wooden crate of 880 rounds consisting of two spam cans 440 rounds each containing 20 round packs wrapped in brown paper and string. These were manufactured in Bulgaria in 1971.