1000 Rounds of 122gr HP 7.62x39mm Ammo by Tula
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Your rifle is hungry; feed it! This Armscor .223 62 grain FMJ-BT (full metla jacket, boat-tail) ammunition is just what your rifle’s asking for, great for target practice and easy on your wallet, too. 20 rounds are a good start, and best of all, Armscor uses fresh brass for all their rounds, so you can collect your spent brass and reloadif you want. That means you’re really getting more than 20 rounds; it’s not just a good deal, it’s a great one.
Armscor loads these rounds in either .223 Remington or 5.56 NATO cases, but they load them to .223 Remington specs, making it safe and fantastic for your .223 Remington chambered rifle. And at 62 grain, it’s a medium-weight target round, maintaining good speed at a muzzle velocity of 3,050 feet per second. It has punch, too, with a muzzle energy of 1,136 foot pounds. If you’re looking for a nice, quick round for target practice and plinking, you’ve found it.
This ammunition is used by law enforcement officers and members of the military. And although the Armscor plant is based in the Philippines, these rounds are loaded in Montana, using CCI primers and Saint Marks Powder. A lot of manufacturers don’t use the higher-quality crimped and sealed cases on .223 Remington rounds, but Armscor does. They have more than sixty years of experience producing ammunition, and it shows in their attention to detail and dedication to quality at affordable prices.
Using these FMJ-BT rounds means steadier trajectories and good penetration. And because Armscor manufacturers these specifically to be non-corrosive, your rifle will stay cleaner. These rounds are designed to cycle dependably, and thanks to Armscor’s use of better-quality cases, they can stand up to higher temperatures, too. So if you’re shooting in the desert, this ammunition is made to suit your hot day of target practice. Order this box of 20 rounds today to find out why so many experienced shooters use Armscor for their training needs.