The first thing that comes to most people's mind when you describe a 5.56 cartridge is the ubiquitous AR-15 rifle. But the round is far more common than the famous Colt rifle, as evidenced by these Prvi Partizan made cartridges. This 55 grain FMJ-BT ammo coming fresh off the line from the Russian Prvi Partizan factory, and although it was made on the other side of the world, they're ideal for use in an AR-15 or other .223 caliber semi-automatic rifles.
These rounds are made in the same dimensions as .223 but it's important to ensure your rifle can handle them. The M193 spec has a higher power load than standard .223 which may damage your rifle if it is not designed for the higher volume of powder.
These 55 grain 5.56x45 FMJBT M193 cartridges produce 1,251 foot-pounds of muzzle energy, and leave the barrel at 3,200 feet per second. The boxer-primed brass is safe for reuse. The cartridges come packaged in 20 round cardboard boxes, with 50 boxes in this case. The boxes are also packaged in 200 round sealed plastic packs, with five "battle packs" in the case.
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Review by blue87fj60
Super impressed with fast shipping.
Very competitive prices.
Will be ordering again soon. (Posted on 2/22/2014)
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Review by buddy
the only diffrence between this ammo and federal is the price. (Posted on 7/6/2012)
Review by CMP Shooter
At the Appleseed we were shooting 600 Yards at a 21" steel gong. I was hitting 6 out of 10. Not bad for my first time shooting at that distance, with iron sights. also speaks well to the accuracy of the ammo. If you think that's a bad ratio lets see how well you do when the target is smaller than your front sight post : )
I used this ammo for the tactical rifle course I took with Chris Cerino (Top Shot season 1) that was about 600 rounds in one afternoon, again not a single issue,
This ammo is BRASS cased and BOXER primed so the cases can be reloaded. I've reloaded about 500 rounds so far using this brass and Barnes Varmint grenades, and those functioned flawlessly (not to mention what they do to pumpkins and other vegetables). and the brass is still in great shape and ready to be reloaded yet again.
This is my preferred ammo for all things AR related. in 55 or 62 Grain. This is an Excellent deal, good quality ammo, nice brass for reloading, you really can't go wrong. If you don't reload please send your spent prvi brass my way. :) (Posted on 5/16/2012)
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Review by CoochCareiros
I disagree with Tim's review and question whether or not it should even be here. He bought the ammo elsewhere, yet it cycled flawlessly in his weapon, but he thinks it wouldnt be good for a weapon he probably doesnt even own? Something doesnt smell right.
Buy this ammo. Great price.
Cooch (Posted on 1/12/2012)
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Review by Timothy
These rounds constantly flaked small bits of brass throughout the chamber of my ACR and further littered the lower receiver every time the bolt cycled. If my rifle did not have a gas piston I could definitely see these rounds causing issues with AR-15 style direct gas impingement weapons.
While cheap these rounds are definitely not worth the time you'll spend cleaning after them and the possibility of a clogged gas tube or jammed gas piston. (Posted on 11/9/2011)
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