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The earliest use of the tungsten alloy as slug rifle

To talk about the excellent anti-tank rifles of the Second World War, many people would say that Germany's Mauser M1918 anti-tank rifle, but another small country produced a anti-tank rifle also has a big bright spot let Germany and other countries very admire, so far a mention of tungsten alloy bullets always mention this country, it is Poland! For a long time, countries produced bullet materials are mainly brass, a small number of lead and steel, because the brass plasticity. In the early years, it was a brass bullet against human beings, helpless in the face of a heavy armored tank. In order to penetrate steel armour, many people's approach is to increase the firepower of guns, so that the bullet has a very high rate of fire, good penetration of steel armour, but the Polish gun designer's approach is not the same, they think, to wear steel armour, first from the bullets, so the industry's common tungsten alloy technology applied to bullets, It also produced a ne

Tungsten core for armor piercing

Tungsten-core for armor-piercing is one of the most popular weapon types in modern military weapons. The internal loading of tungsten alloy shells is called tungsten core armor-piercing rounds. The main targets of the tungsten-piercing rounds are tank armor and rugged fortifications, because the tungsten core armor-piercing rounds are tough enough to compete head-on with these hard things. The tungsten core armour-piercing is composed of a hood, a projectile core, a projectile body and a traction light tube. The core is also the main part of the armor-piercing projectile, which is made of high density (17~18 g/cm3) tungsten alloy. Tungsten alloy is a kind of dense metal not only large density and extraordinary hardness, is the main material for the manufacture of hard core munitions. The projectile body is made of low carbon steel or aluminum alloy, which mainly plays the role of supporting core, and has a guide band which can guarantee the rotation stability of projectile. The co