As a former soldier of the JNA and an operator of rifles chambered in 7,62x39, I'm wondering what's your opinion concerning the future of this caliber.Many armies have switched or are switching to the 5,56x45. I used the m43 and m67 ammo, and I still find it very effective(especially the m67 ammo) ADVANTAGES(compared to the 5,56): -Great stopping power -Great penetration power -Has a greater effective range(it is more stable while long range shooting) -It is available in great quantities in Europe,Asia,Africa and now even in America(In consistent quantities...nothing exceptional, but... DISADV.(Compared tot he 5,56) -It causes a relatively "clean" wound.THE 5.56 may tumble and cause severe damage to the tissue -I hasn't a flatter trajectory than the 5.56. -Is not as controllable as the 5.56 -It is heavier and you cannot bring much ammo with you(7 mag 7,62 = 10mag 5,56(info must be verified)) What is, in your opinion, the future of the 7,62x39 cartridge?