5.55mm NATO brass is a lot more powerful than .308 Winchester, according to a new report from the Arms Industry Association.
The report, which was released on Thursday, suggests that the .308 ammunition is a better match for modern assault rifles, but not much else.
The 5.54mm NATO is also a good match, and while its heavier than .223 Remington, it’s still far too heavy for most modern military rifles.
It’s also far too light for most civilian semi-automatic weapons, and can’t compete with .308 brass.
In the short term, the ammo is the most expensive .308 ammo available.
Its cost per pound is higher than .338 Lapua, .223 Win Mag, or .308 Lapua.
The report found that the 5-inch, 12.7-ounce 5.53mm NATO cartridge is the cheapest of the three, at $8.88 per pound.
But in the long term, that’s likely to be offset by the cost of ammo, the report found.
The best bang for the buck in the 554mm ammo is probably the 552, which costs $6.93 per pound and uses the same steel-core bullet.
The cheapest is the 538, which is about $4.95 per pound, and is the only ammo that comes with a steel case.