1000 Rounds of .223 Ammo by Winchester - 55gr FMJ

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Ammo Quantity - 1000 rounds per case
Ammo Manufacturer - Winchester
Projectiles - 55 grain full metal jacket (FMJ)
Ammo Casings - Boxer-primed brass


These 1,000 223 Rem cartridges by Winchester come in a big brown box, no bells or whistles. If all you want is 26 pounds of hard-hitting ammo that will keep you busy at the range for hours, and you don’t give a fig about colorful graphics, then you’ve come to the right webpage.

This cartridge sports a 55 grain projectile, which is the most common loading for its caliber. Its bullet features a full metal jacket which toughens it for likelier target penetration and also the prevention of rapid bore fouling, so you can enjoy better accuracy for longer in between uncapping the Hoppe’s. This cartridge also features a factory fresh brass casing and non-corrosive Boxer primer, so you can keep handloading this big brown box’s contents for a very long time.

Their affordability is in no way indicative of these rounds’ ability to perform any way other than admirably. Winchester is an American icon, no two ways about it, so you can always invest in their products with confidence.

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Posted On: 7/1/2020 By: Jerry

A: Thanks for reaching out Jerry! We'll update this ammo's price tag as soon as we get more of it in stock.

Posted On: 6/19/2020 By: Paul

A: Absolutely! This particular ammo was made at the Lake City Army Ammunition Plant in Missouri.

Posted On: 3/19/2019 By: Nick

A: Hi Nick. These rounds are 100% copper jacketed and brass cased. They are NOT magnetic and should be good to go on any range!

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