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About This Remington 223 Remington AmmunitionWhat’s the best way to eliminate meddlesome varmints? A sledgehammer could work, but it’s hard to get a varmint to sit still while you’re winding up a swing. An FGM-148 Javelin infrared homing surface-to-surface missile does the trick every time, but the United States Army gets really mad if you sneak onto one of their bases so you can borrow one. A stick of dynamite baked into a pie? That’s just silly.
For our money, a 223 Rem rifle loaded with Remington’s classic UMC ammo works like a charm. This cartridge’s lighter 50 grain bullet achieves a higher-than-average muzzle velocity and proceeds to follow an easy to aim flat trajectory – perfect for when you’re trying to get the drop on a small, perceptive and flighty critter. And once the jacketed hollow point connects with its unfortunate target, it expands outward to excavate a truly unpleasant wound cavity. To a gopher, getting hit in the broadside with one of these bullets is about the same experience as getting nuked.
This ammo’s bullets aren’t too high-tech, so you won’t feel like you’re wasting your money if you only wind up using them for target practice. And because Remington’s reloadable brass cases, noncorrosive Boxer primers and propellant are all so consistent, you can look forward to very reliable performance out of any 5.56 or 223 firearm in your collection. Made in America!
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