223 Rem - 55 Grain FMJ - Brown Bear (Lacquered) - 500 Rounds

$119.95
($0.24/ppr)

46 In stock

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  • Casing Type Steel
  • Bullet Weight 55 Grain
  • Manufacturer SKU AB223FMJ
  • Muzzle Velocity 3050
  • Primer Type Berdan
Take a look at these newly manufactured Brown Bear ammunition in 500 round cases (20 rounds per box, 25 boxes per case).

This 223 ammo is manufactured in Russia and is a great round for target practice or range exercises. With a 55 grain, full metal jacket bullet you will be hard-pressed to find ammo priced more cost-effectively for training. It is lacquered steel-cased, berdan-primed, non-corrosive, and non-reloadable. A great all around economical way to hone your shooting skills.

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    I love bear ammo i have used it on my sks and ar15a2 never a jam and cleaning is very light. I always shoot bear ammo for most of my guns cheaper price but great quality no jams no misfire no mis feed.

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    I bought and shot 500 rounds of this through a Colt LE6920 Carbine. Not one Malfunction of any kind. I did everything you can think of to see if there would be a problem brass and steel ammo mixed in same mag, slow fire , rapid fire ect. I do clean my weapons. The only thing I noticed different was the steel cases throw to the rear and the brass cases land more to the side or forward. Maybe the empty cases have different weights? Will buy again.

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    Very good ammo . No jams and not the dirtiest stuff I've used . I will purchase again. Thx

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    I just cleaned my Ruger 556 after shooting 500 rounds this ammo (plus 200 Federal) and was going to upgrade the extractor.
    No need at this time. I did not see any excessive residue particles or wear and tear, and nothing jammed. I'd rather save money shooting brown bear. This is what they mean by more bang for the buck.

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    I bought this ammo because of the price. I was taking a class and needed 600 +/- rounds. The problem is these bullets have steel jacketed projectiles which are not allowed in most training our ranges which border brush areas. Just a heads up because the tech specs don't mention it.

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    Hands down. Best company I've ever purchased ammo through. Great price and super fast delivery! I've recommended this company to many others.

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    very happy. no missfires no jams no gunk just great target defense ammo will be buying more. first time atg buyer but will do a lot of future business shipping very fast thanks

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    No problems with this ammo whatsoever. Shot through 2 AR's and 1 bolt action. Shipping is the best. Love ATG. Will buy again.

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    This .223REM rifle ammo is great for practice and defense. The "laquered case melting" is just mythology. I have blasted through 500+ rounds with my AR15 rifle hot. If your AR15 extractor has been upgraded with the rubber ring and +power spring kit, you will have zero problems.

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    Brown Bear (Lacquered) ammo works very good on semi auto and bolt actions. I fact people talk a lot about the Lacquered ammo funking/gunking up a gun. I have a two bolts one is the cheap but very nice Savage.223 bolt, I have had un-lacquered ammo steel case get stuck in the chamber to the point I have to remove it with a rod. I know people say cleaning issue, but no three time this has happened so I tested it I put 4 Brown bear lacquered in mag. chamber with no cleaning of chamber all 4 went in and out no problem, put a steel with un -lacquered round in stuck after the first shot.

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    Reason for the 5 star is that this ammo performs
    well for what it is.
    This is not hunting ammo.
    Practice and even defense if the need arises.
    The most important factor is reliability.
    It functions just fine in my rifles of that chambering,
    is plenty accurate enough for practice and defense.
    I've read claims that the lacqured coating melts under rapid fire. My question for that scenero is WHY shoot a rifle that fast to get it that hot?

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