Weapon Configuration

During preliminary testing, our ammunition has been qualified for air-to-water shooting for the following weapon configurations. More configurations will be tested subsequently, so keep coming back to this page. 

Deviating from this configurations might result in:
– Decreased accuracy.
– Failure to swim.
– Decreased penetration performance. 

Note! – Even though qualified, accuracy will decrease in linearity with shorter barrels! Therefore the longest barrel will give the best accuracy results. 

To give an example: 5.56 DCC has been tested with 12″,14″ and 16″ barrels with 1:7 and 1:12 twist.

Results of testing:

12″ 1:7 – Average Velocity: 2181 ft/s, MOA: 2 

14″ 1:7 – Average Velocity: 2280 ft/s, MOA: 1,5 

16″ 1:12 – Average Velocity: 2368 ft/s, MOA: 1 

CALIBER
BARREL LENGHT
BARREL TWIST
5.56 DCC
12 – 16 INCH
1:7 – 1:12
7.62 DCC
16 INCH
1:10 – 1:12
7.62 SCC
16 INCH
1:10 – 1:12
7.62 XMP
19-24 INCH (SNIPER) – 16 INCH ASSULT RIFLE/LMG
1:12
300 BLK SCC
10.5 – 12 INCH
1:7 – 1:8
12.7 DCS
29 INCH
1:15

NOTE! For submerged shooting, the weapon in use must be built to be able to fire underwater. In other words, it needs to be a gas-piston driven weapon designed to handle “over the beach” mission scenarios, which means it can function adequately with a water-filled barrel. Several weapon systems have these features covered, and in many other cases, there are usually rather small modifications needed to make the weapon function as desired. We at DSG have extensive experience and expert knowledge of what modifications needed to weapons that are not already functioning for this purpose out-of-the-box.