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|Bullet Weight||55 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Hollow-Point (HP)|
|Ammo Casing||Steel Casings|
|Ammo Caliber||.223 Remington Ammo For Sale|
|Primer Type||Berdan Primers|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||3240|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||1282|
Review by richard
The product info on this ammo says "match grade accuracy at reduced cost". Based on my experience with it, that is absolutely true. I just got a Savage 110 Varmint .223 and took it to the range with 8 different types of ammo to see which ones grouped the best at 100 yards (all 4 shot groups). The first group I shot with the Hornaday ammo was .875 inches. I tried Fiocchi Matchking 77 gr and got a 1.125 inch group (93 cents/round). Federal Premium Matchking shot a nice .4375 inch group, which I would expect from ammo that costs $1.16/round, but who can afford to shoot that stuff on a regular basis? Having settled on the Hornaday ammo as the best compromise of price (42 cents/round) and accuracy (.875 inch 4 shot group), I decided to try one more group with the Hornaday ammo. Second time around the group was .375 inches! I've definitely found the optimum ammo for my gun.
(Posted on 4/13/2018)
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Review by Steve-O
I bought this as practice ammo for my Savage Model 10 Predator Hunter. It shoots very well with the heavy barrel (under 1 MOA), and I even won a Turkey Shoot with this combo. My only complaint is when I broke the rifle down for cleaning, there was brown gunk all over the face of the bolt and under the extractor. The lacquer was starting to build up from the ~200 rounds I ran through it. This ammo shoots clean and true, just make sure to inspect and clean the bolt and extractor regularly otherwise this could lead to extraction issues.
(Posted on 9/19/2017)
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Posted On: 4/22/2019 By: Vinny
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