Winchester 223rem 55gr FMJ 1000rd
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Winchester 223 Remington Ammo 55 Grain Full Metal Jacket 1000 Rounds ammo review offers the following information; Founded in 1866 in New Haven, CT Winchester is as American as apple pie. One of the most commonly used manufacturers for a wide range of shooting needs, Winchester USA is an outstanding pick due to its reliability, consistency and durability. From the start Winchester was one of the top designers of rifle ammunition and were the first to introduce some of the top rifle calibers that are still used by marksmen today. Introduced in 1964, the 223 Remington is the civilian version of the 5.56x45mm NATO cartridge. Although very similar to the 222 Remington it has a slightly longer case and a shorter neck, giving it greater powder capacity and thus higher velocity--which was necessary to meet military penetration requirements at longer range.
|Manufacturer Part Number||W2231000|
|Ammo Bullet Type||Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)|
|Muzzle Velocity (FPS)||3,240|
|Ammo Casing Material||Brass|
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