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20 Rounds of .223 Ammo by Brown Bear - 62gr HP

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Quantity - 20 rounds
Manufacturer - Brown Bear
Bullets - 62 grain hollow point (HP)
Casings - Berdan-primed steel

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.223 Remington is so popular, even the Russians are making it! This Brown Bear ammunition is an economical option for hunting or target practice. Each cartridge uses a 62 grain bimetal jacketed hollow point bullet and produces a muzzle velocity of 3,050 feet per second, barely lower than that of American M193 ball ammo. Each round in this box of 20 uses non-reloadable Berdan-primed steel cases coated in lacquer for better feeding.

The Barnaul Machine Plant, makers of Brown Bear ammo, has been around in one form or another since the days of the Russian Empire. It has operated from St. Petersburg and Moscow, but moved to Barnaul, Russia during World War II and has remained there ever since. A major supplier to the Soviet army during the war, it underwent privatization in 2003 and currently operates as a closed joint stock company comparable to an American S-corporation.

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