50rds - 223 Black Hills 60gr. V-Max Polymer Tip Ammo

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Black Hills Ammunition 60 Grain Polymer Tipped Ammo Details

Packed in 50-round boxes, with 500 rounds per case, this ammunition is loaded with high-quality full metal jacket (FMJ) projectiles from Sierra, each weighing in at 147 grains. Leaving the muzzle at a velocity of 900 feet per second with 264 feet per second, these FMJ bullets offer excellent penetration with zero terminal expansion, making them well-suited for all target shooting applications.

  • Manufacturer
  • Condition
    New
  • Bullet Weight
    60 Grain
  • Bullet Type
    Polymer Tipped
  • Use Type
    Varmint Hunting
  • Casing Type
    Brass
  • Quantity
    50
  • Ammo Caliber
    223 Remington
  • Manufacturer SKU
    M223N10
  • Primer Type
  • Muzzle Velocity
    3100
  • Muzzle Energy
  • UPC Barcode
    612710116027
  • Cost Per Round
    $0.91/ppr
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    posted on by Kyle

    Love this ammo! From my Bushmaster five shots covered by a dime at 100 yards! This is as good as my handloads with same bullet!

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    posted on by Neil

    I've tested many different factory loads in my Tikka T3x trying to find the perfect load for prairie dog hunting from 100-500 yards. The Black Hills 60 grain VMAX is super accurate and the heavier bullet does a little better job with the wind. Have gotten sub-MOA results at both 100 and 200 yards with this round. Very happy with it.

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    posted on by Art Levenite Marine Grunt

    About a year ago, I put together a DPMS Panther AR-15 rig with a 24", 1:9 twist bull barrel. The first down range ammo I fed it was some bulk 55 gr. M855 ammo I had here at the house. The results were disappointing. As I knew this rig had so much more potential than what my initial outing showed, I did my due diligence and researched the ammo. I knew a heavier bullet is what my rifle desired, and after a thorough deliberative process, I settled on Black Hills in the 60 gr. and 62 gr. offerings. What a marked difference in performance. No exaggeration, the 60 grainers shot like a laser, .22 MOA in 3 shots at 100 yds. The 2nd bullet passed through the first hole at the 2 o'clock. Took this combo hunting in Texas and dispatched two javelinas at 168 yds. and 202 yds. Drilled 'em. This ammo is the real deal and I've started stocking up on the Black Hills. One last suggestion, Black Hills comes in two flavors, Factory Fresh (red box) and Remanufactured (blue box). The Factory Fresh ammo worked the absolute best in my rifle.

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    posted on by Rod

    After shooting my new Remington 700 VTR .223 rifle at a local 100 yd range testing 7 different brands/types of ammo in the 50-59 grain range, I wanted to see how the 1 in 9 twist rate did with heavier bullets. I ordered 5 different weights-brands-types of ammo in the 60 to 69 grain range. Of the lighter weights the 700 VTR shot the best with the Black Hills 50 gr V-Max. So it wasn't a surprise that the Black Hills 60 gr V-Max shot the best out of the heavier group. It consistently shot .75 to 1 in 3-shot groups at 100 yds from a 2-bag rest. This is the round I will use in my rifle.

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