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BECK AMMUNITION .223 Remington 20 Rounds, Subsonic JHP, 75 Grain

Beck Ammunition
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Right To Bear Ammo has changed its name to BECK AMMUNITION. It is the same Great Ammo with just a different name! Photos will change when new stock is introduced

Formerly Right to Bear Ammo, BECK AMMUNITION is an American, family owned business located in Texas, USA. They have been serving the shooting sports and firearm industry since 2008. All of the BECK products are manufactured in-house, on computer controlled loading machines and state-of-the-art equipment, utilizing fiber optic technology. The fact this Subsonic ammo does not cycle in a semi auto makes it the ultimate stealth round, By keeping the bolt closed makes all the sound go through your suppressor.

Features and Specifications:
Manufacturer Number: 223SUB75JHP
Caliber: .223 Remington
Bullet Type: Jacketed Hollow Point
Bullet Weight: 75 grains
Muzzle Energy: 169.9 ft/lbs
Muzzle Velocity:(Subsonic) 1010 fps
Manufactured Using Once Fired Military Brass
20 Rounds per Box

Does not cycle in semi-auto firearms

Some will receive this ammo in Right To Bear Boxes until inventory is exhausted

Total number of Reviews: 7

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5.0 5
"I have shot this using several gun configurations (all with using a suppressor) and it is the ultimate in quiet .223 shooting. You must quietly cycle your gun as there is intentionally no ejection noise."
5.0 5
"A very good suppressed round. the heavier bullet - 75 grain - is combined with just the right amount of powder to get subsonic velocities out of my M-16. With a Gemtech suppressor they shot well and had a good grouping at 100 yards. Very quiet. They did NOT cycle my bolt, however, but I think that is intentional as it contributes to the quietness of the round overall. I think I could have adjusted my bolt or gas system to function right, but felt it unnecessary as I was looking for absolute quiet and not full auto fire out of these rounds. RTBA did good with these."
5.0 5
"I have used this ammo through my AR 15 with an AAC 7.62-SD-6 suppressor and only one word describes it, AWESOME! The shot literally sounds like a BB gun, with the velocity to tack drive at 100 yards or more! I highly recommend this round, great job goes to Right to Bear Ammo!"
3.0 5
"I was pleased with the noise level thru my Yankee Hill suppressor on a Stag AR-15. I already knew that it would not cycle (and didn't expect it to). I was somewhat disapointed in the accuracy. I realize the subsonic load would not be a long range bullet but hoped to get a 3 inch grouping at fifty yards. I intend to use this round for hog hunting at reasonably close range. I can shoot about any factory load out of this rifle and get 2 inch or less grouping at 100 yards."
5.0 5
"I bought this ammunition to use in conjunction with my Colt 6920 and my AAC M4-2000 Suppressor and I must say this is an impressive combination. I knew up front that load itself wasn't going to have enough powder to cycle my action but the fact that I was able to shoot my rifle as quite as a BB gun was extremely impressive. Racking the charging handle in between shots is a small price to pay for the stealth factor of this round. I could certainly see using this round to hunt small game or eliminate pests where noise reduction is the most important factor, plus it's just really cool."
5.0 5
"Firing these through a Mossberg MVP Patrol rifle chambered in 5.56 using a Liberty Freedom supressor. All I can say is wow! Quieter than some pellet guns! Can't wait to get more"
5.0 5
"Hello Guys, This ammo can cycling, but you have to know how, and what to do, to cycling. I am shooting my AR15 SBR 7.5" with Gemtech GT-5. On so short barrel is a little more loud, but still super rounds."