1000 Rounds of .223 Ammo by Remington - 55gr MC Bulk Pack

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Ammo Quantity - 1000 rounds in loose packed box
Ammo Manufacturer - Remington UMC
Bullets - 55 grain metal case (MC)
Ammo Casings - Boxer-primed brass


No matter how well they're made, every cartridge shares the same crucial flaw: They all run out eventually. The simplest remedy to this common problem is to simply buy cartridges in bulk. Nothing is more reassuring than receiving a giant, heavy box of brass and lead at your doorstep -- it means the cartridges won’t run out again for quite some time.

This 223 Rem cartridge by Union Metallic Cartridge Company sports a 55 grain metal case projectile. This type of bullet is commonly available in bulk, and is in essence a full metal jacket with its lead core enveloped by a thin layer of copper. As such, this round will give your rifle some relief against the rapid accumulation of lead residue in its bore. The metal case is an economical choice of projectile as well, which creates savings that 1,000 rounds reflect soundly.

Union Metallic Cartridge Company was founded in 1867, and merged with Remington in 1912. They’re known for their first rate ammunition, which they offer for a very attractive price. With this many rounds to work through, your only problem will be what you ought to shoot it at.

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Posted On: 6/26/2015 By: Bernie

A: Hello Bernie, This ammunition is loaded with a standard copper coated, lead core bullet.

Posted On: 3/10/2015 By: Roger

A: Hello Roger! This Remington ammunition is loaded in a brass case that can be reloaded!

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