20rds - 223 Corbon Performance Match 77gr. HPBT Ammo

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  • Manufacturer Corbon
  • Condition New
  • Bullet Weight 77 Grain
  • Bullet Type Hollow-Point Boat Tail (HP-BT)
  • Use Type Match Shooting
  • Casing Type Brass
  • Quantity 20
  • Ammo Caliber 223 Remington
  • Manufacturer SKU PM22377/20
  • Primer Type Boxer
  • Muzzle Velocity 2800
  • Muzzle Energy 1341
  • UPC Barcode 757750223776
  • Cost Per Round $0.90/ppr

Corbon 77 Grain Hollow-Point Boat Tail (HP-BT) Ammo Details

223 Corbon Performance Match 77 Grain HPBT Ammo – 20 Rounds



A proud family-owned and operated business for more than 30 years, Corbon Ammunition is dedicated to the production of proven, high-performance designs using unmatched quality control. One of the most respected names in the shooting World Corbon’s state-of-the-art manufacturing facility is located in Sturgis, South Dakota.



This package contains 20 rounds of Corbon Performance Match .223 Remington ammunition. Each cartridge is loaded with a heavy-weight 77 grain boat tail jacketed hollow point projectile. These high-quality bullets feature a boat tail design to provide added stability and wind resistance, making the point of impact more predictable at all ranges for enhanced accuracy. This ammunition is perfect for combat target shooters, I.D.P.A. competitors, and law enforcement personnel shooting AR-15s or other .223 Remington rifles.



This ammunition is factory fresh and features low-flash, low-smoke propellants. Producing relatively low recoil, these rounds provide more consistent shooting in rigorous, competitive shooting scenarios. These cartridges are 100 percent non-corrosive, boxer primed, and brass cased. Each round produces a muzzle velocity of 2800 feet per second and a muzzle energy of 1341 foot pounds.



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    posted on by Steve Parsons

    I am very pleased with Ammunition To Go. They are great. But I am confused at Corbon for using non Corbon brass. After calling Corbon I found out they are "using any brass they can get their hands on because of shortages". My brass was Win. This is not what I would expect from a company dedicated to making the worlds best loads. I think they are more concerned about keeping their cigars lit in these bad times (good times for them). After some problems in the past with misfires and then this, I am no longer a Corbon fan. They make poor excuses for their poor business strategies. I hope they can realize how important American craftmanship is to those of us that buy USA and expect pride put into a product. When I am told I'm buying an American product then they get brass from China, well... it does not cut it for me. Does it for you?

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