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600 Rounds of 5.56x45 Ammo by Federal American Eagle - 62gr FMJBT Fresh Fire Can

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Quantity - 30 rounds per sealed can; 20 cans per case
Manufacturer - Federal American Eagle
Bullets - 62 grain full metal jacket boat tail (FMJ-BT) XM855 steel tipped
Casings - Boxer-primed brass


This 5.56 NATO cartridge by Federal features an XM855 projectile. The “X” simply indicates that this round isn’t fit for military use, but that in no way impacts its bullet’s efficacy at the range or in the field. This 62 grain bullet has a green steel tip, which in conjunction with its full metal jacket gives it remarkable penetrating abilities -- with it you’ll be able to shoot through steel and glass like they were made of warm butter. Its jacket also preserves your rifle’s bore against lead fouling, making it ideal for lengthy shooting sessions where you don’t want to fuss with Hoppe’s so often. This bullet further offers a boat tail design, which stabilizes its flight for better accuracy, a higher ballistic coefficient, and resistance against cross winds.

These 600 cartridges come in 20 sealed Fresh Fire cans, which will preserve them against corrosion for many decades. That makes them perfect for a bug out bag, prepping for a bad day, or even just a shooting expedition to somewhere soggy. These cartridges’ brass casings are reloadable, so they can serve you well for even longer!

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