- Manufacturer Australian Defense Industries
- Condition New
- Weight 69gr
- Ammo Use Type Match Shooting
- Casing Type Brass
- Quantity 20
- Caliber .223
- Manufacturer SKU AOB223SMK
- Primer Type Boxer
- Muzzle Velocity (ft. per sec) 2959
- Cost Per Round 98.8¢ per round
- Q & A
Hunting coyotes with 223 Rem ammo is gaining popularity as an increasing number of hunters realize the challenge they pose. Aside from their obvious speed, coyotes are clever, spotting suspicious movement with eerie accuracy and bolting before the shooter has a chance to react. If you’re interested in calling coyotes, you’ll have more success if you take these tips into consideration. First, be choosy about when and where you set up. Cool, still mornings and evenings are best, as are open fields, river-bottoms, swamps, and clear-cut areas. When it’s hot out or overly windy, the odds of calling them in drops drastically. When it comes to calling them in, don’t limit yourself to audio alone. Visual decoys, or dekes, that spin in the air at the end of an upright rod are an excellent attractant thanks to coyotes’ keen eyesight.
These Australian Defense Industries rounds are made for your .223 Remington. At 69 grain they’re quite lightweight, so they’re able to race towards targets with serious speed. These are Boat Tail Hollow Point, or BTHP, rounds and begin to expand immediately upon impact. Their Boat Tails help them maintain a more balanced trajectory and resist cross-winds, making them a good choice for longer range shots. Each round has a muzzle velocity of 2959 feet per second. This ammunition is great for hunting varmints and small game.
There are 20 rounds in this single box of ammunition. That’s just enough to get your optics zeroed and take down a few varmints, so if you want more extensive hunting time or target practice, order multiple boxes. These are brand new production, brass-cased rounds with boxer primer, so you can collect your spent brass, reload it, and get back to shooting even more. This ammunition is manufactured by Australian Defense Industries at their factory in the Australian outback. Whether you’re a seasoned varmint hunter or new to it, get your order in, then go out and get some.
Surprise accuracyon 9/22/14
I bought several brands and grain of ammo. My Colt 6920 really shot well with these. Not sure if it was the grain or the brand. But shot a tighter group with this ammo.
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