1000 Rounds of 62gr FMJ 5.56×45 Ammo by Winchester For Sale
In 1980, the 5.56 NATO intermediate cartridge was developed. Although its external dimensions are nearly identical to those of the.223 Remington, the internal pressure is much different, and some.223s have a chamber leade that is constructed at a steeper angle. If you own a rifle that can fire the 5.56 NATO bullet, chances are good that you love its raw power and strong stopping ability. These Winchester Penetrator bullets will provide you with a dose of that great velocity and bold energy you adore, whether you hit the range with paper targets or stationary targets like cans, jugs, and the occasional plastic Santa decoration.
Oliver Winchester established Winchester in 1866, and although they began by making long guns, they quickly started developing ammunition to go with them. Although the Olin Corporation now owns the Winchester name, their ammunition is still made to exacting standards in America. These green-tipped Penetrator rounds have a reputation for having an astounding amount of strength, and skilled shooters, including military personnel, give them five stars and rave about their dependability, accuracy, and feeding and ejection capabilities.
These FMJ rounds have more power than you could ask for in a target bullet. They contain a steel core, which boosts their ability to penetrate, and are perfect for training and plinking. The usual weight for this cartridge is 62 grains, which is lightweight enough to achieve amazing speeds and heavy enough to have a significant impact. These bullets have a terrific muzzle velocity of 3,100 feet per second and a significant muzzle energy of 1,323 foot-pounds, both of which make a significant impact. You can experience the nearly unstoppable penetrating force of Winchester Penetrator ammo for a considerable amount of time with this case’s 1,000 rounds.
(The 5.56 is a military, high-pressure round and is not advised for use in a.223 Remington chamber, despite 5.56×45 NATO fitting in the chamber.)