Hornady was founded in 1944 by Joyce Hornady, who coined the phrase “ten rounds through one hole” as a statement of the superior performance he expected from his ammunition. During World War 2, Joyce Hornady worked as a marksmanship instructor, and when the war ended he noticed the surplus ammunition hitting the market wasn’t giving shooters the performance they needed. He decided the best solution was to simply do it himself, so he set to work. It didn’t take long for Hornady to be established as a leader in the industry, and today they’re well known for the premium ammunition.
These Hornady rounds are for your .223 Remington-chambered rifle. They weigh 52 grain which makes them quite lightweight, enabling them to soar down-range at exceptional speeds. These are Boat Tail Hollow Point (BTHP) rounds and begin to expand immediately upon impact. They slow down as they expand, penetrating to create a devastating wound channel. Their Boat Tails help them maintain a more balanced trajectory. Each of these rounds flies down-range at a muzzle velocity of 3300 feet per second and strikes with substantial energy. These are Hornady’s Steel Match rounds and are good for target practice, shooting drills, and plinking.
There are 300 target rounds in this box of ammunition. When you buy this box of ammo you’ll ready to spend time improving your marksmanship and blowing away stationary targets; remember, every time you squeeze the trigger you affect your marksmanship, so make each and every shot count. These rounds are produced in steel cases with berdan primer to ensure ignition and extend their shelf-life. Hornady manufactures ammunition at their longtime plant in Grand Island, Nebraska. Order now so you can spend the weekend destroying targets, just because.
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