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Your AR-15 is a cool rifle with an interesting history. Its name alone is grounds for discussion: some believe “AR” stands for “assault rifle,” but it doesn’t. “AR” actually stands for “ArmaLite Rifle” which was the name of the company that first designed the powerful gun. After ArmaLite sold their designs to Colt the origins of the name was forgotten but it’s something you should keep in mind, especially if you own one. If you own an AR-15 you’re well aware of its versatility and may be using it for home defense, hunting, or a casual day at the range, but whatever you’re doing with it, one thing’s for sure: you need ammunition.
These .223-Remington rounds are a lightweight 55 grain. At this weight these rounds are going to reach out and touch your target with blinding speed and tear into it with incredible raw power. These are Soft Point (SP) rounds, so they begin to expand immediately upon impact but more slowly than a standard HP round; SPs create deeper, more devastating wound cavities than HPs. And aside from their wounding capabilities, SPs can be used in areas where HPs are banned. Each of these rounds leaves the barrel of your gun at the stunning muzzle velocity of 3241 feet per second and muzzle energy of 1283 foot-pounds. This ammunition is great for target practice and tactical training but can also be used for hunting.
When you order this single box of ammunition from Wolf you get 20 rounds. Wolf is a subsidiary of the legendary Tula Arms Plant which was founded in 1712. Tula has been manufacturing ammunition for more than 300 years at their plant in Tula, Russia, and these Wolf rounds are a good example of their dedication to producing economically priced rounds for gun owners all around the world. Since day one Tula has been using the latest technology in the manufacturing process; 300 years ago that meant water machines and trochanteric machines, and today that means computerized technology. Tula also understands the importance of saving you money, and that’s why they produce this ammunition in steel cases with berdan primer. Now you don’t have any excuses not to feed your gun, and you can afford to shoot at higher volumes. Place your order now and get ready to spend some quality time with you’re AR-15.
(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.)
|Ammo Caliber||223 Remington|
|Bullet Type||soft point|