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About This Red Army Standard 223 Remington AmmunitionAn American cartridge made in Russia? That’s this 223 Rem in a nutshell! This round from Century Arms’ Red Army Standard label is made by Tula features a steel shell casing instead of the more conventional brass variety. Because it contains no valuable copper it’s going to drive your shooting expenses down dramatically. The casing additionally wears a coating of low-friction polymer that not only optimizes functionality in a semi-automatic rifle, but further protects against rust and corrosion during storage.
This round is outfitted with a 55 grain full metal projectile. That’s the one you want for the rifle range, as its economical design assists problem-free feeding from a magazine while subsequently preventing lead residue from rapidly impacting your riflings’ efficacy.
This round’s Berdan primer is sensitive and non-corrosive, so you can expect it to ignite reliably for years on out. A steel casing and Berdan primer are kind of the one-two punch combo of non-reloadability, however, so you’d might as well leave your casings wherever they lie.
|Manufacturer||Red Army Standard|
|Ammo Caliber||223 Remington|
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