A sub 1 MOA ammunition that is available at a regular shooter ammo price. This is the power of the Fiocchi production ecosystem. Their tight control over production costs and sourcing/supply chain allows them to produce 100% in house for every component they load. So, when they opt for Hornady VMAX projectiles instead of their own, they can still match prices for the market, because they have been so prudent with the other aspects of their business.
The VMAX is a game changer for the varmint hunters out there and as a match projectile, and this .222 Remington ammunition proves it, with the performance and cost structure that should be at opposite ends of where they are. The reasonable price point, and the high performance round offers shooters exactly what they were hoping for in this flat shooting cartridge.
The cartridge is capable of static ballistics that are quite impressive, including 3200 feet per second velocity and 1205 ft. lbs. of energy out of the muzzle as well as a great trajectory. The brass case and Boxer primer makes this a reloadable round. The 50 grain VMAX is more than enough for coyote, and other varmint type game and small and intermediate targets.
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