500 Rounds of 5.56x45 Ammo by Hornady Frontier - 55gr HP Match

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Ammo Quantity - 500 rounds per case; 20 rounds per box
Ammo Manufacturer -Hornady
Projectiles - 55 grain hollow point (HP)
Ammo Casing - Boxer-primed brass


If you're ready to see your AR-15 at its peak performance, you need to load it with some of this 5.56x45 ammo by Hornady Frontier. These match rounds are built to be fast and powerful to give you the upper hand in competition.

Each cartridge is paired with a 55gr hollow point Match projectile that sits atop a brand-new brass casing. The 55gr HP Match exits the muzzle at an impressive 3240 fps. These casings are Boxer-primed and reloadable. If you're concerned about ordering such a large quantity of match ammo, don't be; these cartridges are non-corrosive and can withstand a long period in dry storage.

Crafted using Lake City brass and assembled in the Lake City Army Ammunition plant, these rounds are military-grade and available at an unbelievable price. This 500 round case is an economical way to try Hornady's latest and greatest 5.56x45mm ammo, so order yours today!

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Posted On: 5/3/2020 By: Scot Oehlstrom

A: Neither, actually! It's a hollow point, with a copper alloy jacket and a lead core. This isn't an expanding bullet like the hollow point you'd find on a pistol round. Basically, the opening in its tip served as access for this bullet's core while it was still molten. This means its core settled into place within its jacket, and is highly uniform for improved rotational stability. The fashion in which it was created also means that this bullet has a jacketed base, which provides a more uniform surface for propellant gasses to push against. In summary, this bullet performs like a more accurate FMJ. And for future reference, while some rounds have all-lead bullets, you'll never see one on a 5.56. Nearly every 5.56 bullet will have a lead core with some sort of copper alloy jacket around it, though.

Posted On: 1/31/2019 By: Jason

A: This offering is packaged in 25 boxes of 20 cartridges.

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