Developed as an assault rifle in the late 1970’s to early 1980’s. This was developed as a replacement for the 5.6 Eiger that was not adopted
This round is called the 6.35×48 and was the prototype of the 6.45×80, although dimensionally very similar
Proof load with copper washed case
Blank with plastic insert and shoulder crimp.
This is an uncrimped case for the blank load with the blue and orange inserts.
Two aluminium alloy blanks. First specimen is an unfinished case and the second one is a blank dummy (unloaded)
Two DRILL versions
Inert display dummy
Blank loading with plastic case crimped on a brass base. Most versions have a crack at the base of the plastic insert.
Plastic portion of the blank.