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For an overview of 5.56mm rounds in the Fallout series, see 5.56mm round.
 
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5.56mm round is an ammunition type in Fallout 76.

BackgroundEdit

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The 5.56x45mm round is a rifle cartridge derived from the .223 Remington, originally developed for the M16 service rifle of the United States Army.[1][2] It is a rimless, bottleneck cartridge that offers tremendous wounding potential under the right condition. Its performance and popularity among military forces endures despite the Great War: By 2287, it has served Americans for over two centuries, from the United States Army to the New California Republic Army.

CharacteristicsEdit

The 5.56 round is a fifty-five grain rimless hallow-point cartridge. Being produced by Circle G ammunition, the rounds came packaged in twenty count green and orange boxes. 5.56 rounds are mid-sized cartridges making them ideal for many assault rifles.

CraftingEdit

  • The player gets 9 XP every time it is crafted.
Materials:Requirements:Produces:
Lead (6)
Steel (12)
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Ammosmith (optional)
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5.56mm round (20)
Materials:Requirements:Produces:
Lead (6)
Steel (12)
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Ammosmith (optional)
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Ultracite 5.56 round (40)

Weapons using this ammunitionEdit

LocationsEdit

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NotesEdit

  • With the Ammosmith perk at level 1 / 2 the rounds increase to 28 / 36 for the same amount of material.

ReferencesEdit

  1. Vault Dweller's Survival Guide p.5-17: "Rifle caliber ammunition. The FMJ stands for Full-Metal Jacket, which describes the bullet that is used in the round of ammo. A FMJ bullet is very tough, and has pretty good penetration without sacrificing good expansion. In other words, it‘s an average round."
  2. Fallout Official Survival Guide p.119: ".223 Full Metal Jacket (FMJ): This is the same ammo used in the late 20th century by various military rifles, including the M-16. A good, basic, hard-hitting round."


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