223 Rem – 52 Grain HP Match – Black Hills Remanufactured – 1000 Rounds (62.0¢ per round)




(62.0¢ per round)


Quantity – 5 rounds per box; 20 boxes per case
Manufacturer – Black Hills
Bullet – 52 grain hollow point (HP)
Casing – Boxer-primed brass

This remanufactured ammunition from Black Hills is a great way to enjoy the cost savings of reloading without dealing with the process yourself. Suited for competition training and other target shooting activities, these .223 Remington cartridges fire a 52 grain hollow point bullet at 3,250 feet per second. They produce similar external ballistics to M193 ball ammo used for training by the US military, and can be used with the less expensive M193 ammo without re-sighting your optics. Each case contains 1,000 rounds–a bulk priced quantity sure to keep all but the most high volume AR-15 shooters busy for a few sessions!

This ammunition works great in both .223 Remington and 5.56 NATO firearms. As reloaded ammo, it uses once-fired brass cases and new non-corrosive primers, propellant, and bullets. It is loaded by Black Hills, a widely respected manufacturer based in Rapid City, South Dakota. Black Hills ammo is used by many shooting professionals including the US military’s Service Rifle competition teams.

CAUTION — This product is considered “remanufactured” ammunition. Compared to factory new ammunition, remanufactured ammunition can have more instances of high pressure, case-head ruptures, squib loads, failures to fire, failures to eject, and other functional issues which, in turn, can lead to damage to your firearm and potentially severe injury or death to yourself or others nearby. The use of remanufactured ammunition may also void the warranty on your firearm, therefore review your firearm’s owner’s manual or contact the firearm manufacturer with any questions. Do not supply this ammunition to third-parties unless you first inform them that it is remanufactured ammunition.

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