Hello all of you.
Here i show you AREX training ammo and his original box
Headstamp its AX 17 .
Excellent images! Thank you for sharing!
With a rubber bullet, is it training, or ‘less than lethal’, or both?
Maybe used for ‘live fire’ good guy/bad guy training, instead of marker rounds?
I don’t know but “i think” its short range.
I send one photo from rubber bullet
Yellow bullets are LTL and black ones are training/short range.
What about marker ammo from AREX?
I note once again the Arex box label in English language, yet we never see these cartridges in the USA or, at least I don’t. Two differences from 30 years ago in our hobby is the huge variety of new ammo variations that comes out now, and the increasing difficulty of finding specimens of much of it in an intercontinental situation. A shame, but just the way it is in a world paranoid about “common folks” have guns and ammunition.
More information and pictures from a 2017 brochure:
2017.pdf (137.5 KB)
under the name MTA – Marker Training Ammunition
indeed, there is an “MTA” in the headstamp!)
Another question, and when did they have cartridges in caliber 5.45x39?
Strange, I did not see AREX showing these at gun sows.
Fede - is that entire AREX brochure available (JPG.) anywhere? I would like to add it to my files. I note that the page you sent is Page 10.
John, it is a brochure about Slovenian defence products with only two pages dedicated to Arex. There is nothing else about this company but the following page: 2017-2.pdf (194.8 KB)
EWDSL AREX Spain, lists the 9x19mm MTA, see chart below
Hi all of you.
Arex sent to Spanish Guardia Civil 9x19 cartridges blue case with black bullet first time and next with yellow bullet. All these ammo were for test them.
Spanish Army has 5.56x45 Arex blank ammo, red and blue.
I had in past boxes from all of them, actually i don’t have.