500 Rounds of .223 Ammo by Federal - 55gr Nosler Ballistic Tip

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Ammo Overview

Quantity - 20 rounds per box, 25 boxes per case
Manufacturer - Federal Tactical TRU
Bullets - 55 grain Nosler Ballistic Tip
Casings - Boxer-primed brass


Founded in 1948 in Bend, Oregon by ammunition pioneer and designer Bob Nosler, the Nosler ammo company has been thriving for more than a half a century. They hold all of their products to an extremely high standard and their manufacturing tolerances prove this fact.

One of Nosler’s best recognized and most sought-after designs is the 55-grain NBT or Nosler Ballistic Tip .223 Remington bullet. The bullet itself has multiple exceptional properties including a heat-resistant polymer tip, a thick copper jacket, and a great ballistic co-efficient. Federal Ammunition took this Nosler bullet design and loaded it into their new, heavy walled, high polished, non-corrosive Boxer primed, reloadable, brass cases.

These Federal .223 loads are moving extremely fast as they are leaving the barrel, with a screaming 3220-feet per second. They also have one of the hardest hitting kinetic energy levels among all other .223 Remington bullets with a muzzle energy of 1280-foot pounds. These rounds are from Federal Premiums Law Enforcement TRU Line up and are ideally suited to multiple Law Enforcement applications. But just because they are intended for LEO use, doesn’t mean civilians can’t use them too. They come in 20 round boxes and 25 boxes per case. These cartridges would work great for you and your trips to the range as well. Test out your newest rifle or use the 500 round bulk pack for an upcoming Tactical Rifle training course. The choice is yours. Get your cases now.

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