Posted May 23, 2017 8:00 am by Comments

By Will Dabbs


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<div data-cycle-hash="empty-shell-xm556-23" data-cycle-desc="To operate, the XM556 Microgun needs a 12- or 24-volt DC power source and a belt full of 5.56mm NATO ammunition. Thankfully, most U.S. military vehicles today have 24-volt electrical systems already built in." data-cycle-overlay-template="{{desc}}“>Empty Shell XM556 microgun angle

Empty Shell XM556 microgun closeup
Empty Shell XM556 microgun alley

<div data-cycle-hash="empty-shell-xm556-9" data-cycle-desc="Empty Shell is constantly pushing the envelope and refining the XM556 to maximize its versatility, durability and speed. Here you can see a new barrel shroud with large cooling slots." data-cycle-overlay-template="{{desc}}“>Empty Shell XM556 microgun aiming

Empty Shell XM556 microgun hallway
Empty Shell XM556 microgun profile
Empty Shell XM556 microgun closeup
Empty Shell XM556 microgun feed

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