CETME


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CETMECentro de Estudios Tecnicos de Materiales Especiales
CETMECareer Education and Training Middle East (educational and career conference; Bahrain)
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Development of ammunition for the CETME rifle took place during the 1950 to 1955 time frame.
Century International Arms originally brought us a semiautomatic CETME in 7.
One of the most common HK91 "clones" available in the USA has been the CETME version from Spain, and may of the internals of the C308 come from CETME parts kits.
It's a dead ringer for the CETME assault rifle barrel.
62x51 NATO round, to reduce recoil the CETME cartridge was loaded with a 112-grain FMJ, spitzer bullet with a plastic filler in the tip, that was propelled to approximately 2500 fps.
With Spain's entry into NATO she adopted the Fusil de Asalto CETME Mo.
By 1952, the Spanish and German engineers working at CETME had developed a prototype for a new rifle made largely from stampings and incorporating the Mauser retarded blowback, roller-locking action of the StG-45.
Voss, who worked at the CETME plant, designed the 7.
NWM got an exclusive contract to provide the Bundeswehr with 20mm ammunition, in return for which Germany was given a license to manufacture the CETME (called the G2).
The spring-loaded stock retaining pin, which was subsequently used on the CETME and Heckler & Koch G3 rifles, should be inserted from the left side for right-handed personnel.
What do you get when you cross a Model 98 Mauser with a CETME (G3) assault rifle?