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BECK AMMUNITION .223 Rem. 20 Rounds Subsonic JHP 52 Grain

Beck Ammunition
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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.

Specifications: 223SUB52JHPTNT
Caliber: .223 Remington
Bullet Type: Speer TNT Jacketed Hollow Point
Bullet Weight: 52 grains
Muzzle Velocity: (Subsonic) 1010 fps
Muzzle Energy: 110 ft/lbs
Manufactured Using Once Fired Military Brass
20 Rounds per Box

Some will receive this ammo in Right To Bear Boxes until inventory is exhausted  
Total number of Reviews: 6

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5.0 5
"I've been looking for subsonic .223 ammo for almost a year with no luck. Finally it seems some good ole Texas boys have come to the rescue. I have now fired several of the rounds through my suppressor and was amazed at what I didn't hear. Good stuff!!!"
3.0 5
"Be aware that these come in a box with a sticker that says \"new manufacture\" but have variously marked brass including lake city (07, 09, 11) as well as TAA (Taiwan arsenal) and others. It may be good subsonic but it should be marketed honestly."
3.0 5
"Have not shot any yet, but noticed a LOT of dents in the casings. Hopefully will not effect their feed. Price was real good though."
5.0 5
"I shot about 50 rounds from my AR-15 with a Gemtech suppressor and they we very quiet. Being hollow points they have good expansion on impact and will be a good hunting round. They are lighter - 52 grains vs. 75 grains - than the RTBA solid point subsonic rounds so they do not cycle your action, but that contributes to their quietness. I found that the worked and fed fine - no stoppages - just that I had to manually cycle the bolt each shot. Well worth the money."
– Chris Edwards
5.0 5
"Have been using this ammo for about a month, have been well pleased. I hog hunt in Alabama, an paired with my MVP patrol I often get several shots off instead of just one. Thanks for this ammo."
5.0 5
"Use this every time we hog hunt for suppressed .223 coyote hunting. Works well in my Sig w/suppressor and it quit. Never had an issue -'good to about 150 yards, but drops as expected."
– TexasHogHunter, arlington, TX