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20 Rounds of .223 Ammo by Winchester Ranger - 55gr PSP

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Ammo Quantity - 20 rounds per box
Ammo Manufacturer - Winchester Ranger
Bullets - 55 grain pointed soft point (PSP)
Ammo Casings - Boxer-primed brass


Law enforcement agencies frequently use Winchester Ranger ammunition for its consistency and high quality. This .223 Remington ammo uses a 55 grain soft-pointed bullet that leaves the muzzle at 3240 fps and expands immediately upon hitting its target, making it ideal for self-defense use in AR-pattern rifles. Each box contains 20 rounds and uses new Boxer-primed reloadable brass cases.

Winchester is a world-renowned manufacturer and designer of ammunition founded in 1855 as the Winchester Repeating Arms Company. A top supplier for law enforcement, the company currently focuses on producing premium defense ammunition in the Ranger, PDX1, and Silvertip lines as well a variety of range and cowboy action offerings.

For over 80 years, Winchester has been a division of the Olin Corporation, an industrial conglomerate founded in 1892 and located in Missouri. The company spun off the firearms business in 1980; today, FN and Browning hold licenses to produce Winchester-branded guns.

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