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  2. Caseless ammunition - Wikipedia

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    Caseless ammunition ( CL ), [1] or caseless cartridge, is a configuration of weapon-cartridge that eliminates the cartridge case that typically holds the primer, propellant and projectile together as a unit. Instead, the propellant and primer are fitted to the projectile in another way so that a cartridge case is not needed, for example inside ...

  3. LSAT caseless ammunition - Wikipedia

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    LSAT caseless ammunition is caseless ammunition produced as part of the U.S. Army’s Lightweight Small Arms Technologies (LSAT) program. Although less advanced in development than the other ammunition component of the program, the caseless round has already produced significant results. Having replicated Dynamit Nobel 's ACR ammunition, the ...

  4. Federal Premium Ammunition - Wikipedia

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    Vista Outdoor. Website. www .federalpremium .com. Federal Premium Ammunition is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Vista Outdoor, located in Anoka, Minnesota. With a workforce of nearly 1,500, Federal manufactures shotshell, centerfire, and rimfire ammunition and components.

  5. FN 5.7×28mm - Wikipedia

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    The FN 5.7×28mm (designated as the 5.7×28 by the C.I.P. and FN 5.7×28mm NATO) is a small-caliber, high-velocity, smokeless-powder, rebated, non-tapered, bottleneck, centerfire cartridge designed for pistols and personal defense weapons (PDW) uses, manufactured by FN Herstal.

  6. List of the United States Army munitions by supply catalog ...

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    The Ammunition Identification Code (AIC) was a sub-set of the Standard Nomenclature List (SNL). The SNL was an inventory system used from 1930 to 1958 to catalog all the items the Army's Ordnance Corps issued. The AIC was used by the United States Army Ordnance Corps from January, 1942 to 1958. It listed munitions and explosives (items from ...

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  8. Ammunition - Wikipedia

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    Ammunition. A belt of 0.50 caliber ammunition loaded into an M2 Browning. Every fifth round (red tip) is an M20 (armor piercing incendiary tracer). Ammunition is the material fired, scattered, dropped, or detonated from any weapon or weapon system. [1] Ammunition is both expendable weapons (e.g., bombs, missiles, grenades, land mines) and the ...

  9. Indiana Army Ammunition Plant - Wikipedia

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    Indiana Army Ammunition Plant. Coordinates: 38.382103°N 85.687008°W. One of the abandoned power plants. Main Laboratory, building 706–1. Disused rail cars line a track built in 1975 for the new smokeless powder manufacturing facility that was completed in 1979. The new plant was never fully utilized and was demolished in 2008.