The 55 grain full metal jacket is without question the most common bullet to come out of AR-style firearms’ muzzles. Armscor doesn’t reduce their overhead costs by slipping any steel into their bullets, which is why this round’s nonmagnetic projectile strictly contains a lead core and gilding metal jacket. The bullet’s cannelure promotes reliable feeding and consistent accuracy by preventing recoil from altering its seating depth. The FMJ cannot expand in the traditional sense, but you can count on it to exhibit some degree of fragmentation if it lands inside a soft medium at high enough velocity.
This new production ammo is 100% noncorrosive. Armscor loads these rounds with the same virgin brass cases that they regularly supply to handloading enthusiasts, so they’re definitely worth scooping up off the ground. Let no brass go unwasted, we always say!
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