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|Bullet Weight||70 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Triple-Shock X|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||2850|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||1263|
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Great shooting ammo by Josh on 7/16/2017
I purchased this ammo for deer and hog hunting. I believe ammunition used for that type hunting (especially when hunting...
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Colt HBar 20 inch barrel 7 inch twist gave poor accuracy by Gordo on 5/27/2018
Shooting my Colt HBar 20 inch, 7 inch twist gave very poor accuracy and difficulty sighting in. Grouping were in the 14...
1 person found the following review helpful
This Works Well
First of all not all ammo work the same with different barrels and twist. I have a few AR'S. My Armalite M15- with a 20 inch wylde barrel. Found nothing better. Not all ammo is made for every barrel. Mine has a 1-8 twist. So if you have a Wyled Barrel give it a try. I think you will be pleased!
Colt HBar 20 inch barrel 7 inch twist gave poor accuracy
Shooting my Colt HBar 20 inch, 7 inch twist gave very poor accuracy and difficulty sighting in. Grouping were in the 14 inch range at 100 yards off a bench rest. Going back the Federal 62 grain green tip immediately after yielded 1.5 inch groups. Probably the barrel twist. I'm going to order the Barnes VorTX in 62 grains and give it a try. I really like the idea of copper for hunting.
Great shooting ammo
I purchased this ammo for deer and hog hunting. I believe ammunition used for that type hunting (especially when hunting with an AR-15) should have enough energy and weight for adequate penetration (pass through) to ensure an optimal blood trail. I haven't had the opportunity to hunt with it yet but it's definitely accurate ammo. Since 223/5.56 hunting bullets tend to fragment on impact, I figured this a better hunting option since lead contamination is a concern. Considering the quality of the round, I think $20 a box is a very reasonable price for what you get. I easily get MOA accuracy out of my home built Faxon 18" (rifle length gas) gunner barrel. Advertised velocity seems correct at 2850 fps based on my ballistic calculator data and actual shooting test at distance. Bullets and primers are both crimped which should result in good reliability for anyone using an AR-15.
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