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$ 24.95 per
Cartridge
22 Project Salvo
Experimental
WCC 56 Head Stamp
The 22 NATO  is one of the
experimental rounds developed
for testing in Project SALVO,
a US military test in the 1950s to
evaluate the effectiveness of small
caliber and multiple projectile
cartridges.
The Caliber .22 NATO round was
based on the standard NATO case
and fired from specially modified
M-14s.
It was made on special government
contract by Winchester Western
and bears the (WCC 56)
head stamp for 1956.
The 22 Cal has a .223" diameter
projectile vs. the 7.62 Nato
or (308 Winchecster) at .308"
diameter projectile.
7.62
x 51
Nato
22
Salvo