Value Line 223 Remington 55gr FMJ
Caliber: 223 Remington
Brass Type: Processed
Bullet Style: Full Metal Jacket
Bullet Weight: 55 grains
Test Guns: RRA LAR-15 (16") / Rem 700P LTR (20")
FPS: 2752.7 / 2947.3
Power Factor: 151.4 / 162.1
Box Quantity: 100
This ammunition is manufactured by PBR using processed fired brass, a high-quality Hornady boattail full metal jacket bullet, new production OEM powder and primers on commercial class loading machines. The cartridge casings used in this ammunition are sourced exclusively from indoor ranges and are processed on fully automated Camdex machines that ensure casings have a centered and properly sized flashole, are not cracked or have a loose primer pocket, and are fully sized to the base of the casing to the minimum cartridge SAAMI specification. In addition, the the casings are washed using industrial finishing equipment both before and after processing to remove virtually all traces of firing residue, internally and externally, so th0at they are as clean and brilliant as brand new casings. Powder choice and charge are optimized to provide the ideal balance between recoil and velocity while at the same time providing an extremely clean burn to minimize post-range cleanup time. Shooters who demand that their ammunition do more than "just go bang" will be appreciate the consistent performance and accuracy that a premium FMJ bullet can deliver when compared to run of the mill projectiles. This loading of Perfect Practice Ammunition™ ammunition is without peer for quality in its price range and is just as home at the range punching tiny groups in a target as it is nailing the A-Zone from a distance during a match.
All cartridges are carefully inspected and then gaged to ensure that they are within all dimensional specifications for the cartridge prior to being boxed. With PBR's stringent quality control, you can be confident that every round of ammunition will function flawlessly in your firearm.
This ammunition is loaded in accordance with the SAAMI 223 Remington specification, not the 5.56mm NATO specification (aka 556) and it is safe to shoot in firearms chambered for either 223 or 556 (223/556 or Multi marked). This caliber is also called .223, 223 Rem, and is typically used in AR-15 platforms.
Priced per 100 round box.