Steyr AUG (.223)
The Steyr AUG, due to it's bullpupped layout, has futuristic lines more resembling an alien death blaster than a rifle. Chambered in .223 NATO and carrying 20 rounds in a translucent plastic magazine, the AUG is the military issue assault rifle of several countries.
The Steyr AUG is, despite its unorthodox appearance, very representative of the assault rifle class of weapons. While lacking the power and accuracy of a large caliber rifle such as the .308, they offset that disadvantage with much higher rates of fire and large magazine capacities.
The AUG uses .223 ammunition, NATO-standard for assault rifles.
Metric Dimensions: 5.56x45mm
Bullet Weight: 55 Grains
Bullet Velocity: 3240 Feet Per Second
Total kinetic energy at the muzzle: 1282 foot pounds
Relative Stopping Power (RSP) index: ???
Marshall's One Shot Stop percentage: 96%
Serpentine Damage Factor: 45
Also known as .223 Remington, .223 NATO, 5.56 NATO, or 5.56x45mm, it has been adopted almost universally as the free world's assault rifle caliber. It is used by weapons too numerous to list, including the M16 and the Steyr AUG. Firing a bullet of .22 caliber at an *extremely* high velocity (which also gives it exceptional range) it causes damage through kinetic transfer instead of blunt trauma.
A clip for the AUG
This is a box magazine full of ammunition for the AUG. Twenty rounds can go by remarkably fast if you rapid-fire three shot bursts.
Two AUG clips
This is a pair of clips for the Steyr AUG - more importantly, this is 40 rounds of .223 ammunition. Unlike the MP-5, the Aug is rather effective with a sparing use of ammo, so you're well advised to be conservative.