1000 Rounds of .223 Ammo by Fiocchi - 55gr FMJ

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Ammo Manufacturer - Fiocchi
Bullets - 55 grain full metal jacket
Ammo Casings - Boxer-primed brass
Ammo Quantity - 1,000 rounds per case
Muzzle Velocity - 3,240 fps


Your AR-15 will love this clean-shooting .223 Remington load from Fiocchi and reward you with groups as accurate as you are. This 1000-round case consisting of twenty 50-round boxes will keep you and your gun firing until your barrel overheats! The load possesses ballistic characteristics similar to that of M193 ball, propelling a 55-grain full metal jacket at 3,240 feet per second. Each cartridge in this case uses reloadable Boxer-primed brass cases. Ideal for any rifle chambered in .223 Remington or 5.56 NATO.

Fiocchi Munizioni, an Italian ammo manufacturer based in Lecco, Italy, manufactures the majority of its products for the US market in Ozark, Missouri. The Ozark plant produces shotshells and centerfire rifle and pistol rounds with a strong reputation for excellent quality, moderate price, and widespread availability. Fiocchi is a NATO certified company that loads ammo for shooters in dozens of countries around the world as well as many European militaries.

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Posted On: 10/17/2023 By: Larry

A: No sir, its packaged in 50-round boxes – 20 boxes total.

Posted On: 12/29/2019 By: ZACCARRIAS KNIGHT

A: Hi. Thanks for reaching out to us here at BulkAmmo.com. Each round has very specific specs and each manufacturer will have their acceptable tolerances that fall within these specs. There are rare instances where the internal tolerances of the rifle chamber to not work well with a particular brand of ammo. It doesn't mean that either the rifle or the ammo is bad, it only means that they are incompatible together. Let me know if I can assist further in any way. Ronnie

Posted On: 5/21/2019 By: John B

A: That designation is part of Fiocchi's stock numbering system for their ammo. I am sure it has some internal meaning to them, but it could be anything from packaging to propellant. Sorry I can't help with this one.

Posted On: 6/13/2016 By: mike

A: Hello Mike, Fiocchi ammunition is manufactured in their plant in Italy. According to Fiocchi, the muzzle velocity of this specific round is listed at 3240 fps.

Posted On: 5/27/2016 By: George

A: Hello George, This .223 ammunition does not have the evidence of the annealing process. For presentation purposes, the manufacturers polish off the evidence of annealing on commercial .223 rounds. 5.56x45 NATO ammunition, per contract requirements will have the physical evidence from the annealing process so that inspectors can confirm it meets specification.

Posted On: 11/4/2015 By: Mike exo

A: Hello Mike, This Fiocchi ammunition is loaded with a copper coated, lead core bullet and does not contain any steel.

Posted On: 5/31/2015 By: David h

A: Hello David, The primer pockets are not crimped on this Fiocchi .223 round.

Posted On: 10/14/2014 By: Mark C

A: Hello Mark! These rounds feature a brass case loaded with a copper coated, lead core bullet. They will not attract a magnet.

Posted On: 7/15/2014 By: will

A: Hello Will, These 55gr. FMJ rounds by Fiocchi in .223 will function great in a SCAR 16 as long as it is chambered in .223 or 5.56. These rounds make excellent target rounds.

Posted On: 2/4/2013 By: Vic

A: This .223 Remington ammo from Fiocchi is reloadable, though all of the components, including the brass, are factory new. Fiocchi uses the traditional boxer primers and all components are non corrosive.

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