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.510 DTC EUROP
Type Rifle
Place of origin France
Production history
Designer Eric Danis
Designed 2000
Specifications
Parent case .50 BMG
Bullet diameter 12.95 mm (Bad rounding hereScript error in)
Neck diameter 14.3 mm (Bad rounding hereScript error in)
Shoulder diameter 19.3 mm (Bad rounding hereScript error in)
Base diameter 20.4 mm (Bad rounding hereScript error in)
Case length 96.8 mm (Bad rounding hereScript error in)
Case capacity 19.175 cm³ (296 gr H2O)
Primer type CCI#35 (BMG)
Ballistic performance
Bullet weight/type Velocity Energy
41.9 g (Bad rounding hereScript error gr) 910 m/s (Bad rounding hereScript error ft/s)17,306 J (Bad rounding hereScript error ft·lbf)

The .510 DTC EUROP is a French rifle cartridge developed by Eric Danis in order to comply with firearms legislation in Europe which regulates .50 BMG rifles. In response to the .50 Caliber BMG Regulation Act of 2004, which banned future sales of .50 BMG shoulder-fired rifles in California, long-range shooters in that state have begun to adopt this cartridge as a manner of following the new legislation.

The .510 DTC EUROP uses the same bullet as the .50 BMG, but has slightly different case dimensions. The case is 0.100 inches (Bad rounding hereScript error mm) shorter and uses a steeper shoulder than standard .50 BMG ammunition. .510 DTC cases can be made by shortening and then fire-forming .50 BMG cases. The new round has almost identical ballistics, but because of the different dimensions, rifles chambered for the .50 BMG cannot safely fire the .510 DTC, and vice versa, and therefore do not fall under the same legal prohibitions. .510 DTC rifles, like .50 BMG rifles outside of California, are simply standard modern rifles and can be purchased as such.

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