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1000 Round Can .223 or 5.56 NATO Tracer 55 Grain Tracer Remanufactured

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Original Military ammunition .223/5.56 Tracer FMJ, 55 Grain, 1000 rounds per can. Mixed Brass. Military De-milled using commercial powder, this round uses IMR 8208. Uses original military components except powder and primer. Simply put, this is some of the best ammo on the surplus market today at a great price.

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Total number of Reviews: 6

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1.0 5
"Got this and maybe 1 in 10 light up. BOOOOOOO"
3.0 5
"The tracing compound in these M196 tracers goes bad over time (storage) and it's no surprise that most don't ignite..... the M856 61.8 Grain tracers shouldn't go bad though..... if U get these they will fire fine, but may not ignite more than 20% of the time!"
2.0 5
"Bought a bunch of this stuff to plink around at dusk to see kewl tracer trails, and alas, I have to load a full clip up with JUST TRACERS to even see 1 or 2 of them go off.Ammo works just fine if you remove the TRACER aspect of it. Very pricey for just plinkin ammo, which is all this stuff is really good for.Total after firing 115 shots, only 29 lit up, less than 25%."
3.0 5
"I have shot a lot of tracer ammo over my 11 years in the Army. One thing I have found was that some Lots of tracer don't have a visible burn until several meters out of the bore. If you shoot these at too close of a range you may not see anything happen. Most are best visible at better than 50 meters."
3.0 5
"The original 55gr tracers were designed to trace after 100 meters, in an effort to distort the original position of the user,and help the soldier avoid incoming fire. This may explain why some tracers are not lighting at short distances. The components that provide the trace are sealed in the bullet, so they should remain effective. One way to check, is to pull a few bullets, and find a safe way to melt through the base of the bullet, and ignite the components in the base of the bullet."
3.0 5
"Went deer hunting this week and shot about 100 rounds of this ranging in a new scope. I didn't see 1 tracer whatsoever. If fires pretty clean, gave good performance target shooting with no duds like quality 55gr ammo, but no trace at 100-300yds."