20 Rounds of 62gr CTFB .223 Ammo by Remington
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.223 Remington rounds were made by none other than Remington, so it just makes good sense to buy your .223 rounds from them. Remington was founded in 1816 by Eliphalet Remington after the flintlock rifle he made became wildly popular, and for 200 years they’ve been finding new, innovative ways to supply shooters with top-of-the-line ammunition and firearms. They’re the oldest constantly operating manufacturer in the United States, and their reputation rightfully precedes them. Only quality components are used in these rounds and all ammunition undergoes rigorous testing and strict quality control measures.
At 62 grain these are fairly lightweight rounds. They’re Remington’s CTFB – Closed Tip Flat Base – rounds and have multiple features that make them truly state-of-the-art. These rounds have identical ballistic performance to Remington’s fantastic Core-Lokt Ultra rounds and are made with your training needs in mind. Each round zips down-range with a muzzle velocity of 3100 feet per second and hits hard at a muzzle energy of 1323 foot-pounds. This ammunition is made for target practice, tactical training, and plinking. These quality rounds are made in fresh brass cases with boxer primer and can be reloaded. Don’t feed your .223 just any ammo; load it with American-made, high-quality target rounds.
You get 20 target rounds in this box, which is the perfect size for stashing in your range bag or stacking in your safe for later use. Remington has six factories in various locations, each of which has a specific job; ammunition is manufactured at their plant in Lonoke, Arkansas. Rifles chambered in .223 Remington pack a punch and are quite versatile with uses including hunting, home defense, law enforcement, and, of course, target practice (and zombies, we shouldn’t leave out zombies). Getting in target time with quality target rounds is always a good idea, because there’s no such thing as too much range time! Order these Remington rounds and get your own range time in, don’t let everyone else have all the fun.