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|Bullet Weight||50 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Polymer Tipped|
|Ammo Caliber||.223 Remington|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||3350|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||1245|
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Squeaks worst enemy....
I bought a couple thousand rounds of this for ground squirrel eradication. From 30 to 200 yards I was able to hit them almost every time from a supported rest. Longest shot was 323 yards, with about 6 clicks hold over. (Yeah it was like I was lobbing them in) but the ammo feed every time and I did some cleaning after every hundred rounds. No misfires or dead rounds. Brass was a little tarnished, not as clean burning as the top of the line ammo, but lots of fun for the low cost. Savage Axis, .223 short action with Burris stock, Leoplod optics.
I stumbled onto this ammo for my CZ 527 carbine in .223 Rem. I've heard others say that this was a cheaper brand and not to expect much in terms of consistency. But so far, after 100 or so rounds of target practice, I've been very pleased. When my rest is secure I have routinely shot one inch, to sub-one inch groups at 100 yards. In fact, for the first time ever, I put four rounds down range at 100 and had them all land in the same 3/8ths inch hole. It hasn't done that every time, but I've never repeated that with any other higher quality ammo. I can't comment on the hunting aspects of the round, as that part has not been tested, but I suspect it will do fine with small to mid-size game.
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