This round was developed in Austria in late 1920s to improve performance of the obsolete 8x50R Steyr round. It was adopted by Austrian army in 1930 and by Hungarian army in 1931, and served until the end of the WW2. Today this round is obsolete.
|Designation||Bullet weight, g||Muzzle velocity, m/s||Muzzle energy, J||Comments|
|M30||13.3||715||3400||with pointed FMJ bullet|