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This page will list all of the ammunition available in DayZ.

Ammunition

Ammo Ammo Description Packet Packet Description
.22 Rounds

.22 Rounds
Low calibre cartridge widely used for recreational shooting, firearms training, small-game hunting and pest control.
.22 50 Rounds

.22 50 Rounds
A box with 50 .22 rounds in it.



.380 Auto Rounds

.380 Auto Rounds
.380 Auto pistol cartridge developed by John Browning and introduced in 1908. Other names for .380 Auto include .380ACP, 9mm Browning, 9mm Kurtz, and 9x17mm.
.380 Auto 35 Rounds

.380 Auto 35 Rounds
A box of .380 Auto Cartridges, 35 rounds.



9mm Rounds

9mm Rounds
9x19mm parabellum pistol cartridge developed in 1906 by Georg Luger.
9mm 25 Rounds

9mm 25 Rounds
Box of 9mm Parabellum cartridges, 25 pcs.



.45ACP Rounds

.45ACP Rounds
A pistol cartridge designed by John Browning in 1904, for use in his prototype Colt semi-automatic .45 pistol and eventually the M1911 pistol adopted by the United States Army.
.45ACP 25 Rounds

.45ACP 25 Rounds
A cardbox box with 'Contains 25 .45 pistol cartridges' written on it. Presumably contains 25 rounds in a disposable cardboard wrapper.



.357 Rounds

.357 Rounds
A common revolver cartridge favoured for its stopping power.
.357 20 Rounds

.357 20 Rounds
A cardbox with 'Contains 20 .357 magnum cartridges' written on it. Presumably contains 20 rounds in a disposable cardboard wrapper.



5.45mm Rounds

5.45mm Rounds
Assault rifle cartridge developed in Soviet union.
5.45mm 20 Rounds

5.45mm 20 Rounds
A cardbox box with 20 soviet assault rifle rounds.



5.56mm Rounds

5.56mm Rounds
A rifle cartridge developed in the United States and originally used in the M16 rifle. It is derived from the .223 Remington cartridge.
5.56mm 20 Rounds

5.56mm 20 Rounds
A cardbox box with 'Contains 20 5.56 rifle cartridges' written on it. Presumably contains 20 rounds in a disposable cardboard wrapper.



7.62x39mm Rounds

7.62x39mm Rounds
Military rifle cartridge designed during World War II.
7.62x39mm 20 Rounds

7.62x39mm 20 Rounds
A box with 20 rounds in it.



.308 Winchester Rounds

.308 Winchester Rounds
The .308 Winchester was introduced in 1952. Winchester branded the cartridge and introduced it to the commercial hunting market as the .308 Winchester.
.308 Winchester 20 Rounds

.308 Winchester 20 Rounds
A cardbox box with 'Contains 20 .308 Winchester cartridges' written on it. Presumably contains 20 rounds in a disposable cardboard wrapper.



7.62x54mmR Rounds

7.62x54mmR Rounds
High powered cartridge used in various firearms of soviet origin.
7.62x54mmR 20 Rounds

7.62x54mmR 20 Rounds
A cardbox box with 'Contains 20 7.62x54R rifle cartridges' written on it. Presumably contains 20 rounds in a disposable cardboard wrapper.



12 Gauge Buckshot

12 Gauge Buckshot
12 gauge, 00 buck shell that holds 9 pellets. The most commonly produced buckshot shell.
00 Bucks 10 Rounds

12 Gauge 10 Rounds Buckshot
A labeled cardboard box containing 10 cartridges of 12 Gauge Buckshot ammunition.



SP-6 Rounds

SP-6 Rounds
9x39mm subsonic sniper rifle cartridge with hardened armor piercing core.
SP-6 20 Rounds

SP-6 20 Rounds
20 boxed pieces of 9x39mm subsonic sniper rifle cartridge with hardened armor piercing core.


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