Difference between revisions of "Small 5.56x45mm Magazine"

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The {{PAGENAME}} can be found attached to weapons that utilize it such as the [[Eaglefire (U4)|Eaglefire]].
 
The {{PAGENAME}} can be found attached to weapons that utilize it such as the [[Eaglefire (U4)|Eaglefire]].
  
In the [[Firing Range]], they can be found in a code-locked safe, as well as on top of a white block beside the safes.
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In the [[Firing Range]], they can be found in an Iron Code Safe, and two of them spawn on top of a white block beside the safes.
  
 
In the Horde Mode maps [[Horde Chapel]] and [[Horde Potato]], the [[Eaglefire]] comes with the {{PAGENAME}} by default. On the Horde Chapel map, one can also be purchased for $300.
 
In the Horde Mode maps [[Horde Chapel]] and [[Horde Potato]], the [[Eaglefire]] comes with the {{PAGENAME}} by default. On the Horde Chapel map, one can also be purchased for $300.

Latest revision as of 06:27, 1 October 2019

Small 5.56x45mm Magazine
// GENERAL DATA
Context TypeCommon STANAG Magazine
Capacity15 rounds
Caliber5.56x45mm

The Small 5.56x45mm Magazine is a Rare STANAG Magazine in Unturned II.

Overview[edit]

The Small 5.56x45mm Magazine takes up one slot in the inventory.

Caliber[edit]

The Small 5.56x45mm Magazine accepts 5.56x45mm ammunition. It can be loaded into firearms that utilize 5.56x45mm ammunition.

Acquirement[edit]

The Small 5.56x45mm Magazine can be found attached to weapons that utilize it such as the Eaglefire.

In the Firing Range, they can be found in an Iron Code Safe, and two of them spawn on top of a white block beside the safes.

In the Horde Mode maps Horde Chapel and Horde Potato, the Eaglefire comes with the Small 5.56x45mm Magazine by default. On the Horde Chapel map, one can also be purchased for $300.

Trivia[edit]

  • It is modelled after a STANAG magazine, though they are not typically produced in 15-round capacities.