Make sure that you have a box or two of zombie's Z-Max ammo in your bug out bag designed especially for putting Zombies in their place. When the Zombie apocalypse comes you can rest assured knowing that you have ammo designed especially for penetrating zombie skin.
This live ammunition is not a toy. It is quality made 223 Remington ammunition by Hornady who has a proven reputation for producing some of the finest ammunition in the land. Each round is rolled in an inspector's hand looking for imperfections prior to final packaging to ensure that the reliability that you have come to expect is maintained.
This ammo is brass-cased, boxer-primed, and reloadable.
|Bullet Weight||55 Grain|
|Ammo Caliber||.223 Remington|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||3240|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||1282|
|Cost Per Round||$1.08 per round|
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I shot this ammo with a Steyr A3, which had only 100 rounds of Hornady "223 REM 55 gr SP Brass Training" through it flawlessly from the weapon's time of purchase. I brought my new A3 over to my Uncle farm to shoot over new years an brought along the "Z-Max" ammo as a surprise, thinking it would add a bit more fun factor.
. . . And it turned out to be just embarrassing. I loaded ten rounds into one magazine. The first round fired fine, the second fed well, fired and the "chunk." It didn't extract, and I ended up with a double feed. Ok, I should have tossed it all there. But no, I fixed the issue and placed the magazine of the remaining seven rounds in and the exact same process occurred exactly as it did before TWO MORE TIMES!
Needless to say, I simply tossed the remaining 11 rounds. (Posted on 1/19/12)