Each of these loose-packed rounds is issued with Remington’s standard 55 grain FMJ, a projectile target shooters prefer for its hard metal jacket, consistent lead core, inability to attract a magnet, and, most importantly, its cost-efficient design.
We generally don’t recommend non-expanding FMJs for home defense because better alternatives like soft points and polymer tips are also available. That said, this range load’s high-velocity bullet is sure to make a home intruder’s night a whole lot worse.
These are American-made 223 rounds, and accordingly boast new production brass cases designed to feed smoothly, extract reliably, and endure multiple reloads. Remington’s Kleanbore primers are non-corrosive and highly dependable.
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