20 Rounds of 55gr FMJ .223 Ammo by Wolf
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In 1712, invading nomads were causing trouble for the locals in a town called Tula in Russia, and then-Tsar Peter I decided something had to be done about it. Weapons couldn’t be easily obtained from Moscow at the time, and so he decreed the founding and building of an arms and ammunition factory. The Tula Arms Plant was born, and with a few water and trochanteric machines, they were in business. Over the years their methods changed with the times, always staying up on the latest and greatest technology, but one thing hasn’t changed: their dedication to providing marksman with what they need. And thanks to Tula, you can afford to shoot at higher volumes, so take a look at these .223 rounds.
The .223 Remington is now the most common rifle cartridge in the entire world, and that’s saying something. A large part of its fame is due to its use in the AR-15, but there are other guns chambered in the intermediate cartridge as well. If you own a .223, odds are your idea of a good time is standing at your favorite outdoor shooting spot and letting rip with some big, powerful rounds into stationary targets, and for that, you need target ammo. Of course, the .223 is also a popular cartridge for hunting and home defense, and for those you need practice, so we’re right back to needing target ammo.
At 55 grain these are pretty lightweight rounds, so they won’t increase your recoil, and they’ll fly down-range with impressive speed. These are FMJ rounds, so they don’t expand on impact, and they tend to over-penetrate quite a bit – rifle rounds can travel for miles. So, as we always say, know your target and what is beyond it. This ammunition is ideal for target practice, tactical training, and plinking. Each round flies from the barrel of your rifle with stunning speed and meets your target with the massive knockdown power you’ve come to expect. There are 20 target rounds in this box from Tula, who owns the Wolf name. Get your order in, and get shooting.
(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.)