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  Federal XM Centerfire Rifle Ammunition, 5.56mm NATO, Full Metal Jacket Boat-Tail, 55 GR, 3165 fps, 20 Rd/bx, XM193



 
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XM193 product is first run, first quality product manufactured at
Lake City Army Ammunition Plant for Federal Cartridge and is made to
Federal specifications typical for commercial ammunition. Ammo is
packed loose in the case, not in boxes.


SPECIFICATIONS:



PACKAGING: 20 Rounds Per Box w/ perforated top, 25 Boxes Per Case

CALIBER: 5.56 mm, manufactured at the Lake City Army Ammunition Plant (LCAAP)

CASE: Brass (Copper Alloy No. 260)

BULLET: 55 gr. FMJ Boat-Tail

PRIMER: M41 Operating Range: (-40 degrees to +125 degrees F)

PRIMER SEALANT: Water resistant lacquer

CASE MOUTH SEALANT: Yes

CASE KNURL: No

HEADSTAMP: Each loaded cartridge shall be headstamped with the manufacturer's symbol and year of manufacture

ACCURACY: 3-10round groups not to exceed 2.00" mean radius maximum average at 200 yards

INSTRUMENTAL VELOCITY: 3165 +/- 40 FPS (78 feet from muzzle) using a 5.56 test barrel, 20" long

ENERGY: 1223 Ft-Lbs. at 78’

CHAMBER PRESSURE: Piezotronic maximum average per 10 rounds - 55000 PSI in 5.56 test barrel (case mouth location)

BULLET PULL: Minimum individual 35 lbs.

PROPELLANT DETECTION: 100% mechanical/electronic detection of propellant levels within the cartridge

VISUAL INSPECTION: 100% visual inspection of finished cartridges prior to packaging

WARNING: For use in standard 5.56 mm chambers. Do not use in non-standard 5.56 chambers.


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Range (yards) Remaining Velocity (feet/sec) Remaining Energy (lb-feet) Time of Flight (seconds) Drop (inches) Mid-Range Trajectory (inches) Trajectory (inches) Deflection 10-mph Wind (inches)
Muzzle 3,290 1,322 0.0000 0.00 0.0 -1.5 0.0
100 2,827 976 0.0984 1.79 0.5 1.4 1.3
200 2,409 709 0.2134 7.96 2.2 0.0 5.5
300 2,028 502 0.3491 20.19 5.9 -7.5 13.3
400 1,686 347 0.5115 40.98 12.5 -23.6 25.8
500 1,394 237 0.7075 74.15 23.9 -52.0 44.3
600 1,170 167 0.9433 125.37 42.5 -98.5 69.7
700 1,029 129 1.2180 201.96 71.7 -170.3 102.0
800 939 108 1.5238 311.26 114.7 -274.9 139.8
900 872 93 1.8558 460.00 174.3 -418.9 182.2
1000 815 81 2.2121 654.59 253.1 -608.8 228.9


While, .223 and 5.56 x 45 ammo are interchangeable, the 5.56 may be
loaded at higher pressures than .223. SAAMI warns not to use 5.56 ammo
in sporter 223 rifles


SAAMI points out that chambers for military rifles have a different
throat configuration than chambers for sporting firearms which, together
with the full metal jacket of the military projectile, may account for
the higher pressures which result when military ammunition is fired in a
sporting chamber.


SAAMI recommends that a firearm be fired only with the cartridge for
which it is specifically chambered by the manufacturer. The .223
Remington is rated for a maximum of 50,000 CUP while the 5.56mm is rated
for 60,000 CUP. That extra 10,000 CUP is likely sufficient to cause a
failure in a chamber that's only rated for the "sporting" .223
Remington.



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