Originally developed in 1891 by the Russian Empire for the Mosin-Nagant rifle, 7.62×54 gained new life as the cartridge of choice for the Dragunov, and SV-98 style of precision rifles.
7.62×54 is the oldest serving cartridge still in combat service today, over 120 years.
|Bullet Weight (g)||11.3|
|Ballistic Coefficient (G1)||0.445|
|Cartridge Max Length (in)||3.04|
|Cartridge Average Weight (Gr)||375|
|Max Powder Pressure Bar (lb/inch2)||49313|
|Muzzle Veocity (FPS)||2592|
|Muzzle Energy (ft-lbs)||2603|
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