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Ammo .223 Rem. Ultramax Hornady 68 Grain BTHP Remanufactured W/ Match Bullet Box of 50

 
Ultramax
223R6
755104223069
AMM-256
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  • DESCRIPTION
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Precision reloaded ammunition with the highest quality components and attention to detail, very accurate and reliable, boxes of 50 rounds. .223, 68 grain, Hollow Point, 2900 Fps 
Total number of Reviews: 9

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1.0 5
"I was firing Ultramax ammo out of my Bushmaster when, to my suprise, my magazine spring bounced past my face. Long story short, a shell casing failed causing the gases to blow back into the receiver, breaking the bolt carrier and blowing a part of it, the rounds in the magazine, and the insides of the magazine out the mag bottom. Since Bushmaster states in their owners manual that firing reloads voids the warranty, I was in a fix. After several calls, Ultramax had me FedEx the rifle and the remaining ammo to them and they in turn sent it to Bushmsater. Six weeks later I got the gun back, never did get a refund on the ammo I sent back to them, though. If you choose to shoot this stuff, good luck!"
– DaveH
5.0 5
"Great ammo. Very accurate, 3/4 inch average groups at 100 yds. Very reliable; but then again I shoot a bolt action."
– Howdy
4.0 5
"cover them with a dime with my bushmaster 24 barrel great ammo so far time will tell."
– woodswatcher
5.0 5
"Bought 500rounds of the 68gr. Shot great out of my bushmaster varminter. Very accurate, and every round headed downrange. Will buy another 500!!"
– Jimmy
2.0 5
"I purchased two boxes of 68g HPBT, to fire out of my new Bushy M4A4 at the range with my dad. What I thought was gonna be a fun day with my pops, turned into a \"How to\" of fieldstripping and SPORTS(slap, pull, observe, release, tap, shoot). Every sixth round would fail to feed, when the proper procedures failed to fix the problem, I investigated further. Upon close examination, the bullets in the magazine were somehow being forced back into the shell casing before they could even be loaded into the chamber. This caused several problems, mostly having to do with the gunpowder in the affected shells spraying out and fouling the star chamber and the bolt carrier group. I don't know if the casings were poorly necked when they were reloaded, and the recoil was too much for them or what, but it was a lesson learned. Expensive rifle+Cheap ammo=Many hours at the cleaning table. I've been in the U.S.Army for many years, and I've sent many a round down range(in uniform and civillian gear)and I've never come across such poor quality ammo"
– Doc Guido
5.0 5
"I couldn't disagree more with the last reviewer. It looks to me like he has a feeding problem with his magazines, probably not the bullets. I've had that problem before with different ammunition, but it was definately the magazines' fault - not enough spring tension and the round gets hung up on the feed ramps. Anyway, my experience couldn't be more different. I shoot a custom AR with a DPMS Stainless 20\" .223 barrel in 1x8 and find this stuff more accurate than Federal GMM, and at about 60% of the price. I can print consistent 0.5\"-0.75\" groups at 100m with this ammo and have yet to experience any type of failure in about 200 rounds through 6 different magazines of various manufacture. In fact, my rifle seems to like this ammo better than anything else, though your mileage may vary. Anyway, I'd highly recommend it - good luck and good shooting."
– elChupacabra
4.0 5
"I just bought my third AR-15. I was going to go the cheaper rout and buy DPMS untill I READ THE MANUAL that DPMS has problems firing 80% of the .223 ammo for sale It states you should use commercial grade ammo which I believe were about 4 types and they are all of the hight priced ones. so I paid a couple a hundred more for the bushmaster line and it shoots about any .223 shell there is and I have used cheap to expensive all with the same results excellent. So don't blame the ammo blame the cheaper gun. ( by the way anybody want a cheap DPMS.) (HA HA just kidding) What you extra you spend on the gun will make up in ammo savings."
– tom from WV
5.0 5
"I own a DPMS 223 and a Colt 223. On the lighter weight bullets, these rifles do not do so good. When shooting this ammo and Hornady 68gr BTHP (same bullet) loaded with 23gr H335,at 2700 fps, they are outstanding!!!! I can get sub MOA at 100 and 200 yds all the time. It is almost automatic to hit the bullseye, but I get sub moa.. My reloads of this bullet work the best. I would recommend this ammo or the the bullet for reloading to anyone."
– Gary Dupler
5.0 5
"I took my father in law out today for some bang bang fun with my Oly ML-1 today and had a blast. We fired 100 rounds of the 223 Ultramax Hornady 68 Grain BTHP on a 50/100 yrd slit lane, and I blew out the bull in 5 rounds. I'll be placing an order for 500 rounds ASAP. Shoot well, shoot safe, and have fun. This ammo is in my tac bag."
– Spring'r 1911