Being a high-volume shooter has a number of benefits from the obvious improvements in marksmanship to greater success on hunts to the fact that it’s just plain fun. Of course, shooting all that ammunition gets awfully expensive, awfully fast. That’s where companies like Silver Bear come in. Silver Bear is part of the Barnaul Machine Tool Plant, a company that’s been in business for almost 150 years. Barnaul understands both the need and desire to shoot more ammo, more often, so they’ve found a way to save you money during production. They use their own bimetal layering process to make steel cases which they berdan prime to ensure ignition; steel cases are more affordable, and the finished rounded are coated in a polymer for consistent cycling.
These Silver Bear rounds are for your .223 Remington. At 62 grain these are pretty lightweight rounds, enabling them to soar down-range at impressive velocities while still retaining enough weight to impact targets with compelling force. They’re Soft Point (SP) rounds and deliver rapid energy transfer and expansion on impact; SPs expand more slowly than HPs, so they penetrate more deeply and create larger wound tracks. SPs can also be used in areas where HPs are banned. This ammunition is great for hunting game such as whitetail deer and can also be used for target practice.
When you order this single box of ammunition from Barnaul you get 500 SP rounds. With that much ammunition you can get in some realistic training, ensuring improved shot placement and reliable clean kills on your next hunt. You’ll even have enough left over to use on that hunt. Barnaul manufactures ammunition at their longtime plant in Barnaul, Russia; all ammunition is loaded according to SAAMI or CIP specifications. There’s not much more enjoyable than spending unlimited trigger time with your favorite gun, and thanks to Barnaul you can afford it. Get your order in without delay and feed your rifle a hearty meal.
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