A 45 grain bullet is the hallmark of a varmint and predator 223 cartridge. Its muzzle velocity is what people in Boston would call “wicked fast.” At 3,550 fps, it gives the projectile a ballistic coefficient of 0.173 for a corresponding laser-like trajectory.
Remington’s simple JHP is just fine for target shooting, and its nonmagnetic design makes it safe for indoor ranges with strict ammo policies. But if it sinks into critter flesh instead of paper, this round’s JHP will widen out and fragment to deliver deadly terminal ballistics.
UMC rounds sport pristine brass cases, propellant that won’t clog up your operation with excessive residues, and trusty non-corrosive Boxer primers.
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