50rds - .223 Fiocchi 62gr. FMJ Ammo


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Fiocchi Ammunition 62 Grain Full Metal Jacket Boat Tail (FMJ-BT) Ammo Details

This is .223 Fiocchi 62gr. Full Metal Jacket Ammo. This ammo is brass cased, boxer primed and non-corrosive. It is premium quality ammo at an affordable price. It comes packed in 50rd. boxes.

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    posted on by Pat

    1-7 twist I found these to be outstandingly accurate out of my bolt gun. Don’t know what people are complaining about. My $350 rifle will put these in .75 at 100 yards. I love this ammo

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    posted on by JAMES HOGAN

    I think this round is a very good round for the price and for what it does at a hundred yards close quarter target what can I say I'm happy with it if you tried I'm pretty sure you will be too

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    posted on by mike heffner

    These rounds do just what they are intended to do. 100yds or less 62gr 1x9 twist close quarters. I do not understand how you would expect more at this price. It would be a real shock to find quality match ammo at this price. What you have is good plinking ammo at a good plinking price. It kind of like trying to turn a midrange carbine into a sniper rifle. One is whiskey the other wine.

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    posted on by James Mahan

    This is good functioning ammo, in 200 rnds I didn't have a single misfeed/misfire from my M4, but as stated before it is not particularly accurate and is a bit dirty - although nowhere as bad as the cheap stuff from prior soviet bloc manufacturer's. If it wasn't for the accuracy problem I would recommend this as plinking or practice ammo, but you can't use it to zero or sight in a rifle. Good enough if you just want to plink or 'spray & pray'.

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    posted on by Daniel King

    Like previously stated these cycled perfectly but they were terribly inaccurate. Was shooting a M4 carbine 1/9 twist with a 9x scope @200 yards off a rest and i couldn't even get the group consistently on paper. I honestly was shooting over 1 foot groups. I thought it was me or my rifle so i tried some cheap wolf for the first time ever outta this rifle and instantly shot 2-3" groups. Never tried them @100 yards but i wouldn't expect much!

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    posted on by Kim Foster

    Functioning was 100% but accuracy was poor. 5 shot groups averaged almost 4 inches @ 100 yards. PMC and Fed AE was much better. This was with a BCM AR-15 & 6X Weaver scope.

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