1000 Rounds of .223 Ammo by Red Army Standard - 55gr FMJ

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Ammo Quantity - 1,000 rounds per case; 20 rounds per box
Ammo Manufacturer - Red Army Standard
Projectiles - 55 grain full metal jacket (FMJ)
Ammo Casings - Berdan-primed steel


This 223 Rem cartridge by Red Army Standard sports a 55 grain full metal jacket projectile. Any AR-15 connoisseur is going to know how that bullet weight performs well, and appreciates how an FMJ’s affordable design keeps their rifle’s bore cleaner over the course of their target shooting session.

Like the 7.62x39 ammo that Red Army Standard used to exclusively offer, this 223 Rem round features an economical steel casing. It’s coated in a special layer of polymer that helps a semi-automatic cycle smoothly, and which also shields the casing against moisture that could otherwise have corroded it. This cartridge is produced for Red Army Standard by Tula, which is based in Russia and has been manufacturing steel cased rounds for decades.

People would usually only consider reloading steel during an SHTF scenario. This round’s Berdan primer would make reloading an even bigger bugbear, so savor the first and only time you’ll run through this case of budget-friendly ammo! Perfect for range training or preparing for an emergency like a civil war or Packers Super Bowl victory.

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Posted On: 7/18/2021 By: ReevJax

A: It's steel, sir. You can learn more about this ammo by reading its product description. Make sure you note that this ammo's bullet is magnetic, which affects how many commercial ranges you're allowed to bring it to.

Posted On: 6/28/2021 By: Mark McClintic

A: Yes sir, New Hampshire hasn't got any laws in place which interfere with our service. We can ship to your home address just fine!

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