500 Rounds of 5.56x45 Ammo by Black Hills Ammunition - 62gr TSX

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Ammo Quantity - 500 rounds per case; 50 rounds per box
Ammo Manufacturer - Black Hills Ammunition
Projectiles - 62 grain Triple Shock X-Bullet (TSX)
Ammo Casings - Boxer-primed brass


This 5.56x45 cartridge is the ribeye of hunting ammunition. Or filet mignon, whichever cut of beef you consider synonymous with perfection.

Black Hills Ammunition is a trusted ammo supplier to all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces, including the Army’s Service Rifle Team. They load their ammo to astoundingly precise tolerances, and use such fine-tuned components that they won’t even tell us what propellant blend they utilize. They made this round extra special with a piece of brass from Lake City, perfectly annealed to ensure that the chamber is properly sealed during ignition. This round’s non-corrosive primer won’t give you the rust, either.

But none of that is the most exceptional thing about this cartridge. It features a 62 grain TSX bullet by Barnes. The all-copper bullet won’t pollute the environment, it can’t foul your bore with lead residue, and there’s nothing toxic inside it that could contaminate your quarry’s delicious meat. The TSX’s monolithic composition grants it stellar weight retention, so it will tunnel deeply into its target. The TSX’s shank features pressure relieving grooves for better accuracy, and as it meets resistance from soft tissue it reliably expands to protrude four sharp cutting petals that register one heck of a debilitating wound channel.

For hunting with an AR-15, this round’s an easy choice. And if you would bank on this ammunition for self-defense, then we’re glad we’re on your side!

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