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Wolf 223 Remington 55 Grain Copper Full Metal
Maximum Quantity: 0

Model: 22355Case
Condition: Factory New
Bud's Item Number: 62702
UPC: 645611223662

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55FMJ 20Bx 25Cs Boxer Primer
Bullet Type
Box Qty
PPR $ 0.25/round
Caliber/Gauge 223 Remington/5.56 NATO
Casing polymer coated steel
Bullet Type FMJ
Box Qty 500
PPR $ 0.25/round

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Reviewed By: Sergii S on 08/28/2016 Rating: 2 of 5 Stars! [2 of 5 Stars!]
Ok for training ammo but wouldn\'t use for self-defense or similar situation. When I shot at a range, I had at least two faulty rounds that didn\'t go off per magazine. I shot about 200 rounds that day. Like I said, it\'s alright to train with, practice fast extraction of a faulty round, etc.

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Reviewed By: Nolan S on 04/19/2010 Rating: 1 of 5 Stars! [1 of 5 Stars!]
This ammunition is indeed cheap... and that is all it has going. I was able to fire only 13 rounds my first time out with 'Wolf' before a cartridge failed to extract and I was forced to end my day and go to a gunsmith to have the round removed without damaging my barrel. Don't try to save your money with this ammo, just buy the more expensive brass case rounds.

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