What Is a SinterFire Bullet?
SINTERFIRE 5.56X45MM is manufactured using a proprietary blend of copper and tin composite material and a proprietary heat-treatment process. Since the shots are lead-free and brittle, they are ideal for close-quarters training on steel plates and tactical houses.
Is 5.56 The Same as 5.56 x 45mm?
There is no difference between SINTERFIRE 5.56X45MM and 5.56 NATO. They are the same cartridge, just using a slightly different name. The former is simply a dimensional description, while the latter, 5.56 NATO, is the official terminology.
What Is The Meaning Of 5.56 x 45mm?
The 5.56×45 cartridge is the NATO standard cartridge for assault rifles and saws. The caliber of firearms is generally approximately 5.56mm in diameter, measured across the grooves, and about 5.7mm in diameter, measured across the tracks, the latter being roughly the average diameter of the bullet.
What Does A 5.56×45 Shoot?
The 5.56x45mm NATO cartridge was initially designed for use by the US Army in the M-16 rifle. The M-16A1, M-16A2, and M-4 rifles and carbines commonly used by the US Army and Marine Corps (and the other military branches) over the past several decades are housed in 5.56 NATO.