Precision Made Cartridge, the company more commonly known as PMC, has been manufacturing ammunition for some time, and over the years they’ve come up with many ways to create ammunition that not only meets but exceeds the needs of shooters everywhere. PMC works to exert strict quality control measures over every step of production, and one way they do that is by manufacturing quite literally everything on site. That means every component from bullets to primer to the brass rolls needed for casings is made right there in the factory, allowing them to oversee every step of production. Their components are made from raw materials; PMC takes manufacturing seriously, and the proof is in their ammo.
These are .223 Remington rounds. At 52 grain they’re very lightweight which makes them capable of flying towards your target with exceptional speed. These are Hollow Point Boat Tail (HPBT) rounds. They begin to expand immediately upon impact, mushrooming as they penetrate to create a devastating wound cavity. In addition their Boat Tails help them resist cross-winds and maintain a balanced trajectory, making them better at longer distances. Each of these rounds delivers a muzzle velocity of 3330 feet per second and muzzle energy of 1305 foot-pounds. This ammunition is good for target practice, shooting drills, and plinking.
There are 20 rounds in this single box of ammunition. That’s just enough to give your rifle a snack; if you want to feed your rifle a substantial meal, buy several boxes. PMC produces this ammunition in fresh brass cases with boxer primer, so you can reload your spent casings. Ammunition is manufactured at their established factories in Angang and Dongrae, South Korea. If you want to spend some quality time with your favorite rifle, place your order right away before someone else beats you to it. Your rifle will thank you.
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