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Ammo .223 Rem BVAC Sierra Matchking HPBT 69 Grain 20 Round Box 2824 fps Sniper and Target Ammunition

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.223 Rem., BVAC Match, Sierra Matchking HPBT, 69 Grain, 20 Round Box, 2824 fps.

Years of experience have gone into perfecting Bitterroot Valley Ammunition which is considered to be the best among shooters worldwide. Produced in Montana using reloadable brass and new, top quality components to make this some of the best ammunition at an affordable price! A Shot Above the Rest

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Muzzle velocity: 2824 fps.
Velocity at 100 yards: 2527 fps.
Velocity at 300 yards: 1998 fps.
Muzzle energy: 1221 ft/lbs.
Energy at 100 yards: 978 ft/lbs.
Energy at 300 yards: 611 ft/lbs.
Maximum Point Blank Range is 232 yards with Zero set at 199 yards.
Note: Sierra does not recommend this bullet for hunting.
Uses: Target shooting, Plinking, Self defense. 
Total number of Reviews: 23

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4.0 5
"Just got 200rnds of BVAC for my new White Oak Service Rifle. Fired 60 rounds so far. Very clean burning powder and great accuracy. I was able to print three five round groups under 1/2 inch at 100yrds which will probably get tighter as I gain familiarity with the rifle and completely break in the barrel. Great stuff in these times when primers are hard to find to make hand loads..."
– Satisfied, CA
4.0 5
"This ammo functioned well in my .223 chambered AR and accuracy was accceptable in the 1 in 8 twist barrel."
– Gundog
4.0 5
"I get 1\" - 100 yd groups w stock trigger, installed upraded trigger and know I'll get better. Also performed well on whitetail @ 75 yds. Heart/lung shot ran 50 yds and it was all she wrote. Bullet left an entry hole the size of a quarter, never exited but was very effective w/ minimal meat damage."
– BK
5.0 5
"Big MikeGood stuff Maynard.No jams and nice grouping. This stuff was awesome and very clean. Will buy again."
– Mike
5.0 5
"The ammo from BVAC that I have tried works great. The brass is nice and the rounds shoot good. Put a box down range at 100yards and it was accurate. Shot the last round through soaked phone books and penetration and weight retention was good."
– Steve
5.0 5
"I use a Mini 14 for plinkin, predator's and nuisance control. Shot these for a bit. Accuracy is great. Devestating effects on recieving end. 580 series mini feeds'em no problem, factory and aftermarket mags. Thanx!"
– That'sMrSavage2U
5.0 5
"I shot my 68 grain hornady with different powder loads which were accurate but these bullets shot 7/8 inch group at 100 yds with my rra national match. I will be ordering more of these since they are about $2.00 cheaper now."
– python372
5.0 5
"I took a chance on BVAC and purchased a hundred rounds for every firearm I have that they make ammo for. I am extremely pleased with every bit of it so far. Don't let the price fool you, this stuff is top notch. It has performed equally, if not better, in all the calibers I've tried than ammo twice the price. Clean burning, pristine cartridges with very even crimps, very uniform weights and oals, but most importantly, under 1\" moa for me consistently."
– xtragg
5.0 5
"Shot these at 100 yds with rra 1/8 twist national match and would shoot 3/8 of an inch. I would buy more but I can reload the same load cheaper but if you don't reload this is the 100 yard ammo."
– sg1952
5.0 5
"In my new Remington R-15 with 22\" barrel and 1 in 9 twist, I was able to put 5 rounds inside 3/4 inches at 100 yards. This BVAC 223 is a keeper and I have ordered more!"
– Old Soldier
5.0 5
"This ammo is amazing for the price. I shot 1/2 inch at 100 yards with 3 round groups. Even when the bore gets warm they still shoots close groups. 1/2\" groups with a semi-auto is worth the money."
– platz
5.0 5
"I have a single shot Savage model 12 bolt action .223 with a 24\" bull barrel. I have tried all kinds of ammo to find what gives me the best groups at the range. This ammo is awesome for the price. It gives me groups similar to 75 gr. Hornady match ammo, but is much cheaper. I will start using this almost exclusively."
– Billyboy
5.0 5
"I bought these almost right off the bat after doing some research on the best grain for your twist. This stuff has performed flawlessly in my Sig 556 DMR (1/10). I fired about 200 rounds with zero malfunctions. An excellent round for the money! I shot a shotgun shell off of a cup at 200 yards, right through the center!"
– Tom
5.0 5
"Well here is the deal; I have a savage model 12fvss 1:9 twist 26 inch heavy barrel. The normal rounds I like to fire with this twist rate are 55-62 grain. Decided to take a shot at these rounds and ordered one box, they produced 4 five round sub moa groups around .6 and stayed true out to 350 yards. I set an old doe skull out at my 200 yard mark to see if I could head shot a deer at this range, the bullet flew right through the eye socket exactly where my Burris ballistiplex indicated it would, I\uFFFDm ordering more today"
– Aaron
5.0 5
"In a word, amazing! Amazing performance and amazing price. In my AR (24\" bull barrel, 1x8 twist, Timney 3 lbs. trigger) I was able to put 3 shots at 100 yds into a 1 hole group. The group opened slightly with shots 4 and 5, but all 5 were touching. I could not believe my eyes. I know people read and hear these kind of claims frequently - myself included - but I was amazed. I only ordered 2 boxes since I had no idea how it would perform. I ordered 15 more today."
– Mike
5.0 5
"These performed the best out of 7 different ammo selections. I shoot a DPMS AP4 16\" 1:9 twist with a Timney 4lb Tactical trigger, hydraulic buffer and freefloat YHM forend. I mounted a Leupold 3-9X40 Mark AR and benched it to get best results for 100yds. These shot a 1.1\" avg group!! I shot three groups of 4 rounds and they varied from .9\" to 1.15\"!! Even the best brands (Hornady, Rem Premier and Black Hills) shot 1.25\" to 1.5\" groups in similar weights and bullet types. If you are looking for a hard hitting .223 round that is accurate enough to drop small targets like groundhog out to 400 out of a standard, nothing special AR 16\" then go with this round!! Buying 10more boxes now!!"
– Trigger Tim
4.0 5
"I had been shooting BVAC 62gr FMJBT at 500+ yds with my RRA AR-15, 24\" heavy barrel until I tried these. They shoot flatter, if not quite as fast as the 62s. Damn good accuracy. Consistently popping 4\" clays at 520 yds is no joke. Decided to switch to 69gr HPBTs for my custom recipes because of these."
– jason h
5.0 5
"I recently began looking for some heavier, match grade bullets to feed my AR-15. (Bushmaster 16\" HBAR A3 with YHM freefloat tube, DarkOps Countersniper 2-16 scope) With standard 55 gr ball rounds (Winchester white box) I was pulling about 2 MOA. After settling in with these rounds, I dropped down to about .8 MOA. I am very impressed with this ammo, and will be stocking up in the future."
– Izzy
5.0 5
"I have a Savage 12FV rifle, with a 26\" barrel and 1:9\" twist. The scope is a Millet 6-25x56mm with a 35mm tube. The BVAC 69 grain ammo is all I will fire out of it from now on! Truly excellent ammo. My rifle will shoot .5\" at 100 yards with the BVAC 69 grain ammo. 5 bullets! I will be buying a lot more of this ammo!!"
– Bradley
1.0 5
"First box was similar to half inch groups shot with other premium ammunition. First 5 rounds fired with second box from different batch number had all five approximately 9 inches higher at 100 yards. Thoroughly checked rifle and scope. The Remington 5R with Leupold 4x16 checked out OK. Next range trip rounds are stringing vertically approx 9 inches. Lateral spread approx .25 inch. Will shoot side by side with other ammo tomorrow. Don't trust this ammo any more. At least not in the 5R."
– Bill
1.0 5
"Ordered this and the BVAC soft points. These do not feed properly. Three bullets were pushed back into the case. I had to take my gun apart three times. Surprised nothing blew up in my face. Save your money."
1.0 5
"I have used several BVAC products. This has been the Most and Only disappointment. At 100 yards, MOA is 2.5 inches. I have a 24 inch barrel Rock River that normally loves BVAC ammo. Cuts papers @ 100 yards. Unfortunately, because of my past experience, I bought 30 boxes. I will just use for guests to play with and shoot at the range. Too Bad!"
– Jim Hemphill
5.0 5
"After Shooting this product MORE. It has been Outstanding. I previously wrote that it was the first and Only time I had had a disappointing BVAC product. The groupings are great and out to the 300 yard range!! Impressive!! MAYBE?? The first time I shot the rounds!!! I just had a less than focused day on the range??"
– Jim Hemphill