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1000 Rounds of .223 Ammo by Fiocchi - 40gr V-MAX

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Ammo Quantity - 20 boxes of 50 rounds each
Ammo Manufacturer - Fiocchi
Bullets - 40 grain V-MAX polymer tip
Ammo Casings - Boxer primed brass


The accuracy of this ammo is very impressive even compared to some well known match grade ammo that sells for double this price as observed after a recent range outing by our staff. This 40 grain lightweight projectile has very tight groupings and is loaded by Fiocchi using Hornady's polymer tipped v-max projectiles. Whether you're looking for highly accurate 223 ammo for the range or are heading out west on a prairie dog hunt this product is a great performer exiting the muzzle at a zippy 3,650 feet per second.

This bulk case of 1,000 rounds contains reloadable brass cases that are boxer-primed. This ammo is not attracted to a magnet and is non-corrosive. Fiocchi ammunition has a proud Italian heritage for precision engineering and as their products have gained a great reputation in the States they have increasingly turned to loading their ammunition at their Missouri factory.

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