223 Rem – 75 Grain HPBT Match – Prvi Partizan – 1000 Rounds (46.0¢ per round)

Whether you’re in the heat of competition or simply perpetually pushing your limits as a shooter, you deserve a cartridge that will (A) totally reflect your skill with a rifle, and (B) not cost you an arm and a leg. This 223 Rem ammo by Prvi Partizan satisfies those criteria to a perfect T, which is why we proudly offer it by the case.

This round features a 75 grain projectile, very beefy for its caliber and as the result better able to shrug off crosswinds. The bullet’s expertly angled boat tail further immunizes it from straying gusts, and does an excellent job of flattening its trajectory hundreds of yards out as well. Each of these 1,000 rounds’ bullets further sport incredibly uniform hollow points, which are intended to standardize their flight characteristics rather than make them deadlier during penetration. While this is a match round, however, you’ll find it wants little as a solution for varmint detail.

This round’s casing, primer, and propellant are all indicative of just how adept its manufacturer is at making fine ammunition. Shooters in the know often advance Prvi Partizan as one of their absolute favorite brands, and they are as far from misguided as it’s possible to be.

223 Rem – 55 Grain FMJ – Wolf Performance – 1000 Rounds (18.9¢ per round)

Steel cased ammo has got its drawbacks, but it owes its great abundance to one very big advantage that it has over brass: its price tag. If you’d like to stow a massive quantity of cartridges somewhere or are planning the mother of all range sessions, that awesome low cost is sure to put a smile on your face.

Wolf manufactures an astounding amount of steel cased ammo, and they do it in Russia which has a long-standing tradition of producing the stuff. This 223 Rem cartridge’s casing does have a thin layer of PolyFormance polymer that works to address steel’s reputation for not extracting as reliably as brass, and it protects the round from corrosion as well. This round’s 55 grain full metal jacket projectile is just like what you’re probably most used to firing out of an AR, but note that the layer under the copper jacket may contain steel that will attract a magnet.

223 Rem – 55 Grain FMJ – Federal American Eagle – 500 Rounds (33.0¢ per round)

If you’re looking for quality ammunition for your .223 rifle, then look no further than Federal American Eagle ammo to meet your shooting needs.

Newly manufactured by Federal, this product is excellent for target practice and tactical exercises. Each round is brass-cased, boxer-primed, non-corrosive, and reloadable. It is both economical and precision manufactured in the United States by an established U.S. cartridge producer.

223 Rem – 62 Grain FMJ-BT – Fiocchi – 1000 Rounds (32.0¢ per round)

This Fiocchi 223 ammo is perfect for your AR-15! Featuring a 62 gr lead core projectile with a boat-tail design, it is well designed for long range accuracy. Also, with a longer 62 gr projectile than the standard 55 gr projectile, this bullet is well suited for windy environments.

Fiocchi ammunition has gained great acclaim in the last few years as it has gained a larger market share in the U.S. market. This ammunition is accurate, reliable, and clean burning. This ammo is brass-cased, boxer-primed, non-corrosive, and reloadable.

223 Rem – 55 Grain Full Metal Jacket – Tula – 1000 Rounds (18.5¢ per round)

If you are looking for a great, reliable range training ammunition that won’t cost a fortune, this 223 Remington ammo from Tula should suit your needs!

These 1000 rounds of ammo should keep you busy practicing for a while. Each round has a 55 grain full metal jacket bullet that fires from bolt-action and semi-automatic rifles and carbines. Manufactured in Russia, these cartridges can withstand temperatures from -20 to +50 degrees Celsius (that’s -4 to +122 degrees Fahrenheit). They contain Berdan primers and have steel casings and cannot be reloaded. If reloading isn’t of interest to you, this is a great way to save a little money. Berdan primed, steel cased cartridges are typically a bit cheaper than Boxer primed, brass cased cartridges which are generally reloadable.

Tula ammunition is manufactured in Tula, Russia. Their products are marketed and sold under the brand TULAMMO all around the world. Their reliable, consistent performance and economical pricing are what makes TULAMMO so attractive. Order your 1000 rounds today and head to the range!

223 Remington – 62gr Golden Bear SP – Barnaul – 500 Rounds (32.8¢ per round)

This .223 Remington ammunition makes an ideal round for hunting small to midsize game such as raccoons, coyotes, and (where legal) deer. Each cartridge in this 500 round case fires a 62 grain soft point bullet at 3,050 feet per second, with ballistics somewhat similar to M855 ball used by the US military. It can be used in both .223 Remington and 5.56 NATO rifles including AR-15s.

Soft point bullets are a popular choice for hunting due to their ability to expand and kill an animal quickly and cleanly. Unlike many hollow points, they exhibit low fragmentation and are less likely to heavily damage trophies, fur, or meat. To achieve proper expansion, they must be fired at a high muzzle velocity usually possible only in rifle-caliber rounds such as the .223 Remington/5.56 NATO.

These cartridges are made in Russia at the Barnaul Machine Plant. Though costs significantly less than most brass-cased ammo, Golden Bear is their higher-end ammunition line and uses non-reloadable brass-plated zinc cases and non-corrosive Berdan primers. Many shooters prefer Golden Bear to other Russian steel-cased ammo due to its cleaner firing, which reduces fouling and makes maintenance easier.

223 Rem – 55 Grain FMJ – Winchester USA Bulk Pack – 1000 Rounds (31.0¢ per round)

If you’re looking for a large quantity of range ammunition, there is no need to sacrifice quality for the sake of price. This 1000-round case of loose-pack 223 Rem ammo has received the stamp of approval by legendary American ammo manufacturer Winchester. This ammo is manufactured in the Lake City Army Ammunition plant using state of the art machinery and procedures trusted by the US Army, so you can be sure the quality of this ammo will be up to snuff.

By using new-production brass casings, Boxer-primers, and 55 grain FMJ bullets, Winchester has successfully created a reloadable range cartridge that is accurate, powerful, and affordable. The 55 grain FMJ projectile has an impressive muzzle velocity of 3240 fps, and it will pack a punch with its corresponding energy transfer of 1282 ft/lbs.

If you’re a high-volume shooter, there is no need to settle for less when buying range ammo. Order your 1000-round bulk case of this 223 Rem Winchester USA ammo, and get out on the range!