300 Rounds of .223 Ammo by Federal American Eagle Black - 55gr FMJBT

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Ammo Overview

Ammo Quantity - 300 Rounds
Ammo Manufacturer - Federal American Eagle
Projectiles - 55 grain full metal jacket boat tail (FMJBT)
Ammo Casings - Boxer-primed Brass


Of all the issues that confront shooting enthusiasts, none is quite so pressing as not having enough ammo. Without it, your rifle is good as little more than a paperweight. Fortunately Federal’s American Eagle 223 Rem ammo is available in the Black pack, an eight pound behemoth brimming with 300 rounds certain to keep you content at the range for at least a hot minute.

This 223 Rem cartridge features a 55 grain projectile, the most common loading for its caliber. The bullet’s full metal jacket means you can fire this entire box at the range before your accuracy begins to noticeably deteriorate. The bullet’s boat tail design substantially raises its ballistic coefficient, so your shots will enjoy better accuracy, higher retained velocity downrange, and relatively flatter trajectories. Thanks to this round’s precisely crafted brass casing and consistently igniting primer you’ll enjoy reliable performance from it, as well as handloading after your latest shoot.

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Posted On: 11/30/2018 By: Brian B

A: Yes, this ammo is the same Federal American Eagle that is available year round. This is a lead core, solid copper jacket.

Posted On: 11/30/2018 By: Jim

A: Lesser grades of ammo, those with a bi-metal jacket can begin to loose a little bit of accuracy after a while due to copper fouling. This commonly happens in the lower cost stuff as the thin layers of copper under heat can leave behind trace amounts and degrade accuracy. Not normally an issue with the thicker copper jackets the Federal uses.

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