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.30-06 Springfield


The .30-06 Springfield cartridge (pronounced "thirty-aught-six") or 7.62×63mm was introduced to the United States Army in 1906 and later standardized; it remained in use until the late-1970s. The ".30" refers to the caliber of the bullet in inches. The "06" refers to the year the cartridge was adopted, 1906. With the help of modern ammunition development and manufacturing process's the .30-06 has been able to be revived into limited service by certain special operations units. Thanks to the size of the projectile and the case size the .30-06 is able to be loaded with heavier projectiles and more powder than 7.62x51 can be.

T99 Anti-aircraft Munition

T99 Anti-aircraft munitions were designed to be mixed with traditional tracers to assist with marking aircraft. It packs a small explosive in the tip that makes a highly visible explosion.


T100 High Explosive Incendiary Armor Piercing Munition is a modern evolution of the T99 Munition. The T100 was designed by the Commonwealth Joint Task Force Weapons Research & Development Group to serve as an option for long range light anti-vehicle tasks sporting a duplex munition with a high explosive tip followed by an incendiary armor piercing projectile.


.30-06 Depleted Uranium Discarding Sabot was an experimental armor piercing munition developed for the .30-06 in the 1960's however it was quickly discarded due to the radiation emited from the munition. Due to the highly dense depleted uranium sabot the ammunition is extremely heavy, as such it has to be paired with a powerful accelerant. However CJTF-WRDG has begun producing the ammunition again, use at your own discretion. 


Ammunition Type Damage Bullet Velocity (m/s) Barrier Penetration Armor Piercing
M2 Ball 30 810 2 7
Lapua Mega 200gr 28 800 2 15
Lapua Naturalis 170gr 33 895 5 6
Norma Big Bear 240gr 44 750 7 5
TTSX Hollow Point 40 810 0.922 3
M14A1 API 16 795 6 280
T99 Explosive Round 5 +1 Explosive Damage 500 3 1
T100 HEIAP 10 +1 Explosive Damage 990 3 45
Accelerator 32 1110 3 3
D.U.D.S. 29 991 28.1 610

Note: Barrier penetration represents the rounds ability to go through walls and barriers. Armor piercing represents the rounds ability to penetrate body armor plates.