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223 Rem - 55 Grain FMJ - Hornady Frontier - 600 Rounds

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Overview

Quantity - 600 rounds case
Manufacturer - Hornady
Bullets - 55 grain full metal jacket (FMJ)
Casings - Boxer-primed brass
Manufacturer Hornady
Condition New
Bullet Weight 55 Grain
Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
Ammo Casing Brass
Quantity 600
Ammo Caliber .223 Remington
Manufacturer SKU FR102
Primer Type Boxer
Muzzle Velocity (fps) 3240
Muzzle Energy (ft lbs) 1282
Attracts Magnet No
UPC Barcode 10090255711278
Use Type
Range Training
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Hornady’s Frontier label represents outstanding value for the high volume shooter. Hornady is a bullet manufacturing virtuoso with more than 70 years’ experience behind them, and their nonmagnetic 55 grain FMJ has a carefully controlled for weight, uniformly distributed lead core, and concentric jacket to give you the same ballistic performance shot after shot. (This round’s non-expanding bullet may not make it ideal for hunting or self-defense – but you’d certainly be glad to have a case of it ready for an emergency.)

This cartridge itself is manufactured at the Lake City Army Ammunition Plant. You’ll benefit from the gigantic workhorse of a factory’s highly standardized production process, and enjoy a round with a strong brass shell casing, reliable Boxer primer, and charge of clean burning propellant that delivers a steady 3,240 fps muzzle velocity out of a 24” barrel. With its 0.248 ballistic coefficient, this round’s trajectory shouldn’t have to rise more than five inches when you zero in at 300 yards.

This round is a great investment for future service at your reloading press. Just take note that a Frontier casing’s military-style crimp requires removal before reloading.
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