Combine accuracy, consistency, reliable performance and an affordable price tag, and the result is the perfect round for the avid varmint hunter. American Eagle® Varmint & Predator loads feature reloadable brass and Federal® primers with a jacketed hollow-point bullet that expands explosively on impact for maximum lethality. They're offered in 40- or 50-count bulk packs perfect for high-volume shooting.
Consistent, accurate performance
Explosive expansion on impact
Reliable feeding and function
Highly reloadable brass cases
Bulk packs reduce in-the-field waste
Caliber: .223 Rem.
Bullet Weight: 50
Bullet Style: Jacketed Hollow Point
Muzzle Velocity: 3325
Ballistic Coefficient: .204
Package Quantity: 50
|Manufacturer Part Number||AE22350VP|
|Muzzle Velocity (FPS)||3,225|
|Ammo Bullet Type||Hollow Point (HP)|
|Ammo Casing Material||Brass|
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