500 Rounds of 55gr FMJ .223 Ammo by Wolf WPA
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The AR-15 is an awesome rifle. It packs a serious punch and will pretty much annihilate whatever targets you put in front of it, and if you use it to hunt, you’ll find it’s more than capable. If you own one of these big, bad guns, you know they’re fun, you know they’re powerful and you know you need a heaping case of ammunition to keep both you and your gun happy. AR-15s have actually been around since 1958 – that’s the year ArmaLite first made one – and although they’ve always been popular, they’ve definitely gained a broader fan following in recent years. If your AR-15 is chambered in .223 Remington, take a look at these affordable rounds for a fun time at your favorite outdoor spot.
At 55 grain these are lightweight rounds capable of high speeds. They’re Full Metal Jacket rounds and don’t expand on impact but simply tear through your target and keep on going, so you’d better have a good backstop in place when you go shooting. Each round zips to your chosen target at a muzzle velocity of 3241 feet per second and punches through with a muzzle energy of 1283 foot-pounds. This ammunition is made for target practice, tactical training, and plinking. So whether you need to get some range time in to gear up for hunting season or just want to blow away some water jugs, this ammo will keep your gun fed and firing.
With 500 rounds in this box of ammo you’re going to be able to destroy quite a few targets. This ammunition is made by Wolf, which is a subsidiary of Tula, a legendary company in the ammunition world. They’re also Wolf’s Military Classic rounds and are designed according to the higher standards of the military. Tula manufactures ammunition at their 300-year-old plant in Tula, Russia. With three centuries of experience behind them you can be sure they know what they’re doing, and what they’re doing here is keeping your AR-15 loaded. Steel cases with a polymer coating for dependable cycling are used to save you money. Order now and treat your AR-15 to a hearty Russian meal.
(This ammunition is steel-cased. Some ranges do not allow rounds with steel cases, so make sure you double check before trying to use this ammunition at your area range.)