20 Rounds of 62gr FMJ .223 Ammo by Wolf
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Since its creation in 1964, the .223 Remington has become the most common rifle round in the country. It’s most often used in bolt-action varmint rifles and semi-automatic rifles like AR-15’s and Ruger Mini 14’s and is used for hunting, home defense, law enforcement, and plinking. It’s an undeniably fun round, and it’s also among the more affordable rifle rounds. If you’re looking to give your rifle a quick snack punching holes through paper or if you want to blow holes in pop cans, this Wolf .223 62 grain FMJ ammunition will keep both you and your rifle happy.
Wolf is a part of the Tula Arms Plant, a company in Russia that has been around for three centuries. That’s right, they have more than three hundred years behind them manufacturing ammunition and proving their dedication to producing products sport and hunting shooters can rely on. Wolf understands the importance of affordable ammunition, and that’s why they make these .223 rounds with steel cases. They use a special bi-metal layering process, alternating copper and steel to produce the steel cases, which they then coat in a unique polymer to ensure feeding and ejection. With Wolf, you can finally afford to keep your .223 well-fed.
These are FMJ – Full Metal Jacket – rounds created specifically for your target practice, tactical training and plinking needs. At 62 grain they’re in the middle of the weight spectrum for .223’s, so they’re light enough to move fast while heavy enough to pack a greater punch. They have a muzzle velocity of 3,025 feet per second; they fly down-range with incredible speed. And with a muzzle energy of 1,260 foot-pounds, they’re going to blow serious holes in your stationary targets. There are 20 rounds in this box, and that’s just enough to get a taste for the affordable quality Wolf is known for offering. Order one box to give your rifle a snack; order multiple boxes to make it truly happy.
(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.)