The famous and popular .223 Remington load has earned a permanent place in firearms and ammunition history by being the parent case of the 5.56 NATO cartridge. The 5.56 NATO round is used in all of the current NATO countries. The popularity of the .223 Remington load keeps ammunition manufacturers pumping out the rounds in one of the biggest varieties on the open market. Multiple rifles and even pistols have been chambered in the .223 Remington cartridge since it's groundbreaking design in 1962. In addition to the 55 grain bullets, there are quite a few heavier grain weight variants of the .223 Rem cartridge, and many different bullet designs exist as well. The "Canned Heat" line of Fiocchi 55 grain FMJBT or Full Metal Jacket Boat Tail rounds are built with a solid lead core, and encased in a tough, heavy-duty copper jacket.
This .223 ammo is loaded with bullets with a the "Boat Tail" design, which allows for efficient bullet stabilization as it leaves the barrel. These FMJBT bullets are loaded into new, reloadable, Boxer primed, heavy wall, high polished, yellow brass cases. These have an extremely quick muzzle velocity of 3,240-feet per second, and their muzzle energy of 1,273-foot pounds hits with authority. Being that these rounds move extremely fast and hit very hard, they're perfect for the ever-changing tactical and hunting environments. These 1000 cartridges are readily packed into their hermetically sealed cans, so they can go anywhere you want to shoot your firearms. The Canned Heat line is sealed up hermetically with desiccant packs inside to prevent damage from wetness on the inside of the cans. These cans are packed tight and efficiently, so you can stack a bunch of cans of this ammo with your gear. Pack your armory to the roof with Fiocchi's Canned Heat .223 Remington now.
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