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|Bullet Weight||55 Grain|
|Ammo Caliber||.223 Remington|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||3240|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||1282|
same exact ammo as the v-max
Review by Marcus
I've been running these and the 55 grain v-max round for years. No issues or fte/ftf in my AR 15. Usuallynthese are cheaper than the standard v-max rounds. Hornady makes all around good products!
(Posted on 10/31/2015)
1 of 7
Showy and fun. (There are no undead, people!)
Review by Coldwater
good old Hornady rounds, period. Seriously, I would hope that any buyer would understand that these are no more than a standard round in a fun package, which is precisely what they were meant to be. In all honesty, I would have bought the empty box for the price of admission, just for fun. I picked up 10 boxes as gifts, and everyone loved the gimmick. Some things are just for fun. Enjoy!
(Posted on 12/9/2012)
2 of 7
Great coyote round
Review by K-nuts
Cheaper than winchester ballistic tip 223, easier to find.
(Posted on 11/25/2012)
3 of 7
ok but not great
Review by Arcain
Designed especially for penetrating (zombie skin)? When is the last time you ever saw or touched a zombie? How does Hornady know what zombie skin feels like and how tough it is or isn't? This round is a gimmick and has no real affect ballistics wise at 150 / 200 / 250 / 300 meters. .223 and the 5.56 are solid rounds and will do the job you need them to do. I think Hornady has a contract with the umbrella corporation.
(Posted on 10/8/2012)
4 of 7
Review by Zach
Typical Hornady quality... works great!
(Posted on 3/20/2012)
5 of 7
Tight group, but a little too expensive
Review by Ron
No problems, no jams, or misfires. I shot 10 rounds into a fist size area at about 50 yds with my AR-15, saving the rest for the zombies I guess. The bullets look cool with the green tips too.
(Posted on 3/18/2012)
6 of 7
Marketing Ploy = Decreased Value/Performance
Review by AUMarksman
So, I fell for it. I broke down a bought "Zombie Certified Ammo." I should have known from marketing ploys I fell for as a child that the more marketing a product requires, the higher end cost will be for the consumer in relation to the actual value of the product.
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 1/18/2012)
7 of 7
Posted On: 11/30/2015 By: Matteen
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