Explosive 5.56 Rifle Ammo

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Explosive 5.56 Rifle Ammo — is often used bullet for weapons. The cartridge has a discontinuous effect and is quite effective alternative for a timed explosive charge and rockets. 5.56 mm cartridge is capable to cause a bleeding. There is also a small chance to burn the target, as does incendiary 5.56-mm cartridge.

How to craft Explosive 5.56 Rifle Ammo (Recipe)

You need to know the recipe to create Explosive 5.56 Rifle Ammo. It can be obtained randomly, by opening the blueprint book or studying it at the research table. It can also be found in barrels, boxes, airdrop or debris.

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Explosive 5.56 Rifle Ammo.png 2x Explosive 5.56 Rifle Ammo
Sulfur.png 40 Sulfur
Wood.png 42 Wood
Sulfur.png 10 Sulfur
No tools are required
Requires Workbench
Requires FurnaceLarge Furnace

The following steps are needed to create an explosive bullet:

  1. Get 42 wood, 50 sulfur ore and 10 metal ore.
  2. The extracted resources should be placed in the furnace or large furnace to get the 50 units of sulfur and 10 metal fragments. As a resource available during the ore smelting you will need 60 units of coal.
  3. Get 20 units of gunpowder from 40 sulfur and 60 charcoal.
  4. From the remaining sulfur (10 units), 20 gun powder and 10 metal fragments 2 cartridges are made at once.

The process of creating cartridges takes 10 seconds.

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