223 Rem - 75 Grain BTHP - HPR Blemished - 500 Rounds
Quantity - 500 rounds per box
Manufacturer - HPR
Bullet - 75 grain boat tail hollow point (BTHP)
Casing - Boxer-primed brass
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||Hollow-Point Boat Tail (HP-BT)
||Blems - 223075BTHP
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)
|Cost Per Round
||35.0¢ per round
To win a shooting championship, your ammo must be perfectly shiny and expensively packaged… said no one ever! This .223 Remington ammunition from American manufacturer HPR is "blemished" ammo that has been separated not for performance concerns but only due to minor cosmetic marks that detract from its retail value. It's perfectly safe and just as accurate as its prettier cousins, but costs significantly less. In fact, in this 500-round case, you've got enough ammo to get some serious practice done for your next match without breaking the bank!
Each cartridge fires a 75 grain hollow point bullet at a muzzle velocity of 2,747 feet per second. The bullet is made by Hornady of Grand Island, Nebraska and uses a boat tailed profile that combines with the projectile's relatively heavy weight to minimize the effect of crosswinds on accuracy. The laws of physics being what they are, a relatively low muzzle velocity is the tradeoff; match shooters find this acceptable because terminal performance, expansion, and penetration are not significant concerns for high precision target ammo.
HPR ammunition is loaded in Payson, Arizona using non-corrosive Boxer primers and brass cases. HPR manufactures cartridges to a very high standard with rigorous quality inspections--so rigorous that cosmetically flawed rounds like these end up in less expensive bulk packaged lots that can help you save big!
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