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1000rds - 223 Black Hills 60gr. Soft Point Ammo

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Ammo Overview

Quantity - 1000 rounds case;50 rounds per box
Manufacturer - Black Hills Ammunition
Bullets - 60 grain soft point (SP)
Casings - Boxer-primed brass


Black Hills ammunition is one of the highest quality rounds produced today and is trusted by the US military, as well as a wide variety of firearms manufacturers for use in their R&D facilities. Brands such as Colt, Kimber, Springfield and FN utilize Black Hills ammunition for its quality and value for testing new designs. Started by Jeff Hoffman, a former police officer, Black Hills ammunition is hand inspected in the factory and strives to produce reliable ammunition for the discerning shooter.

 These .223 Remington rounds from Black Hills, feature a 60-grain soft point projectile, loaded into boxer-primed, noncorrosive reloadable brass cases. These rounds are capable of a muzzle velocity of 3100 FPS and are ideal for target shooting and varmint hunting due to the soft point projectile that offers decent expansion after impact--making them ideal for smaller game and coyotes. This bulk case of Black Hills .223 Remington contains 1000 rounds and is a great way to stock up on quality, reliable ammunition.

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