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200 Rounds of .223 Ammo by Hornady - 75gr HPBT Match

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$164.00

Ammo Overview

Ammo Quantity - 20 rounds per box; 10 boxes per case
Ammo Manufacturer - Hornady
Bullets - 75 grain Hollow Point Boat Tail (HPBT)
Ammo Casings - Boxer primed brass

Details

Hornady Match ammo is at the top of the list in the “Match Ammunition” competition. While these rounds were designed for Matches and Target shooting, they are also well suited for hunting applications. These specific cartridges have a 75 grain .223 Remington Hollow Point Boat Tail (HPBT) bullet with a Copper jacket, a sectional density of .214, and a ballistic coefficient of .395. The bullets are loaded into Hornady’s high quality, thick walled, reloadable, Boxer primed, polished brass cases. They also use all their own propellants and primers to ensure reliability and consistent, repeatable accuracy. Hornady reports a muzzle velocity of 2790 feet per second and muzzle energy of 1296-foot pounds with this ammo. This .223 Remington load comes ready to accompany you to the range in a pack of 10, 20 round boxes, ultimately coming to a total of 200 rounds per case. Stock up on your Hornady Match .223 today.

The Hornady name is known to shooters, competitors, military, and law enforcement nationwide. Their products are extremely popular for their accuracy, reliability, manufacturing tolerances, and innovation in the industry. They have been around since the Mid 1940s after Mr. Hornady recognized the need for high quality, super accurate bullets made just for reloading and target shooters. He knew that there was nothing in the market resembling what he wanted to offer, so after a few bumps along the way, he went ahead with his plan. Their first commercially available bullet was a 30 caliber Spire point in the 150's grain weight category. From there, Hornady’s manufacturing began and has grown into the ammunition Juggernaut we all know today.

 

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Posted On: 6/20/15 By: brad stewart

A: Hello Brad! Hornady lists the muzzle velocity of this match ammunition at 2930 fps out of a 24" test barrel.

Posted On: 10/21/11 By: Anonymous

A: If your rifle has a 1/9 twist, this would be a good choice for target practice. Any of the ammunition with 68gr or 75gr BTHP projectiles should provide accurate groups out of your rifle. The same goes for Hornady's 52gr BTHP and 55gr TAP FPD. If you are willing to sacrifice a little accuracy for a big reduction in price, the bulk 223 ammo will be good practice fodder.

Posted On: 10/21/11 By: Anonymous

A: Practically any standard .223/5.56 twist rate, from 1/6.5 to 1/14, will stabilize 55gr projectiles. 1/9 twist is needed for 62gr M855 and 69/73gr HPBT type ammo. 1/8 twist is recommended for anything that will fit in an AR-15 magazine (40-77gr) and then some, and 1/7 twist will stabilize tracers, anything that will fit in the magazine, and 80gr and 90gr HPBT ammo that has to be loaded one round at a time.

Posted On: 10/21/11 By: Salim

A: No, these Hornady 75gr HPBT bullets would not stabilize from a 1/12 twist barrel, even at close range. At a minimum, 1/9 twist would be necessary - 1/8 or 1/7 would be recommended, especially at 300 yards.

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