That’s how it feels to get a 25-pound brick of loose-packed 223 Rem ammo delivered to your door, and know all your future range training and target shooting is all taken care of for a very long time – or at least for a day, depending on what you call a range session. Buy 55 Grain FMJ
This is Remington’s most basic type of 223 Rem ammo, which is great for those occasions when you want reliable yet affordable practice with your AR-15 or other rifle. Each cartridge’s 55 grain bullet is poised to exit the muzzle at a standard velocity of 3,240 fps. The FMJ will not expand like you’d want for self-defense, though its hard pointed jacket promotes optimal functionality in magazine-fed firearms by preventing FTFs and rapid lead fouling.Buy 55 Grain FMJ
These rounds have brand new brass cases, not reloaded ones, with Remington’s own non-corrosive Kleanbore primers and clean-burning propellant. Loose-packed ammo like this saves you a lot of time opening boxes – open this case once, and it’s as opened as it’s possible for it to be!
Federal’s 95+ years of manufacturing experience has taught them a thing or two about innovation in all shooting disciplines. If you are looking for great ammo at an affordable price, pick up a few 20 round boxes of this .224 Valkyrie ammo and get to the range ASAP!
Whenever a new cartridge developed specifically for the AR platform is released, there’s usually a huge boom in interest. Excitement eventually wanes, however, leaving the cartridge relegated to a few articles scattered across the Internet, never to be seen again except in the basements and garages of a cult following of handloaders, the niche group solely responsible for keeping said cartridge “alive” on an online forum or two. There’s a list of nearly 50 cartridges compatible with the AR-15 on Wikipedia alone, and several of those no longer see the commercial light of day. That list is hardly complete.Buy 224 Valkyrie
So how does an AR-15 cartridge stay afloat in the sea of throwaways? For starters, it has to be significantly better than the standard .223 Rem./5.56 NATO in some way, and then it can’t be bested a short time after its introduction by the next hot new AR round. The .224 Valkyrie cartridge, recently developed by Federal Premium, certainly meets the first requirement. Taking that performance into account, the company doesn’t appear to have any concern for the latter issue, either.