|Cost Per Round||14.2¢ to 14.3¢ per round|
|Bullet Weight||75 Grain|
|Bullet Diameter||.224 Inches|
|Bullet Type||Hollow-Point Boat Tail (HP-BT)|
The 223 Rem came out in 1964, and although it was not popular at the time, the 223 Remington went on to be one of the most popular rifle rounds in the Western World.
Hornady has been around since 1949, providing all of America with phenomenal projectiles and ammunition. These Hornady Match bullets feature a Secant Ogive profile for flatter trajectories and a swaged lead core for for excellent uniformity and balance. These projectiles also utilize an AMP jacket that has virtually zero wall thickness variation and a boat tail design for higher ballistic coefficients. Each hollow point boat tailed projectile weights in at 75 grains and offers the performance you need for pin point accuracy.