The basic combat load for Navy SEALs is 210 NATO rounds of 5.56 x 45 mm (0.21 × 1.77 inch). It is divided between seven magazines of 30 cartridges (six carried and one loaded in the weapon). The 45 Compact caliber (M45C) weighs less than 2 lbs with the magazine, which carries 10 rounds of 45 ACP ammunition. A Navy SEAL carries a basic combat load of 210 bullets as its primary weapon.
Along with this, they carry a loaded pistol and firearms with some magazines. However, if the squad mission is longer and the anticipated platoon amount is larger, other tricks fill up. But how long does the ammunition last? Currently, the 22 LR ammunition that strikes the best balance between bullet weight and output speed for maximum power is CCI's Stinger 22 LR ammunition.