Even within the same caliber (e.g., .223 Rem. or .308 Win.), there are many different chamber designs and each can require different COALs for best accuracy.
This is the third consecutive second-source contract for Olin Winchester.
The U.S. Army has awarded Winchester with a $13 million contract for the development of manufacturing processes for the 7.62 mm cartridge.
Lake City will house the new NGSW ammunition manufacturing facility
The U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit discusses necking cartridge cases up and down, the differences in cartridge concentricity (runout) that occur based on one’s method and some “fixes” that can reduce runout as we load.
The first Army pistol contract in 35 years has been awarded to SIG Sauer.
Trailers filled with 5.56 NATO and .50-cal. ammunition are headed around the globe from the Lake City Army Ammunition Plant. On Oct. 1, Winchester Ammunition took over operation of the historic Lake City Plant.
The U.S. Army awards Winchester Ammunition with $20 million in contracts for the 6.8 mm Next Generation Squad Weapons (NGSW) program.
Winchester receives new U.S. army ammo contract valued up to $145 million