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Illinois 1,000 rounds 223 FMJ BT PMC Bronze

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Old 08-21-2013, 09:42 PM   #1
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Default 1,000 rounds 223 FMJ BT PMC Bronze

$500 or best offer for a full case of 1,000 rounds of 223. I have 5 cases available.

I will ship nationwide.

1,000 rounds 223 FMJ BT PMC Bronze - Firearms Parts and Accesories

PMC Bronze™ Line offers reliable performance from serious competition to casual paper punching. SKU: 223A

Our popular Bronze™ Line ammunition makes it possible for recreational shooters and riflemen to enjoy high performance velocity and accuracy in a cost-effective cartridge. Take advantage of PMC Bronze™ Line’s affordability for any situation that involves high-volume shooting without compromising downrange results.

Bronze™ Line ammo bridges a gap for target shooters or hunters who get genuine pleasure from challenging themselves, shot after shot, to become better marksmen.

The superior accuracy of our PMC – FMJ-BT boat-tail design (rear taper) offers improved accuracy and superior ballistics, making it an excellent choice for target shooting or hunting.

Caliber 223 Rem
Product Line Bronze
Bullet Type FMJ-BT
Weight (grains) 55
Velocity-Muzzle 3200
Velocity-100 Yds 2833
Velocity-200 Yds 2493
Velocity-300 Yds 2180
Velocity-400 Yds 1893
Velocity-500 Yds 1635
Energy at Muzzle (ft.lbs.) 1250
Bullet Path-Muzzle (inch) -1.05
Bullet Path-100 Yds (inch) +1.43
Bullet Path-200 Yds (inch) 0
Bullet Path-300 Yds (inch) -7.06
Bullet Path-400 Yds (inch) -21.48
Bullet Path-500 Yds (inch) -45.47

This ammunition is similar to the m193 type 5.56 ammo, though is not the same as XM193.
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