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Brown Bear .223 Remington Ammunition 20 Rounds, JHP, 55 Grain

Bear Ammo
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The Barnaul Machine Plant JSC is one of the leading producers of industrial goods and ammunition in Russia. The plant's history goes far in the past to the period of Alexander I. The Emperor ordered the opening of the first cartridge plants in St. Petersburg in 1869. During World War I the plant supplied the Russian Army and operated out of St. Petersburg, During World War II, the plant was relocated to Barnaul, where production of various types of cartridges began.

This high quality ammo features lacquered steel case construction; hence the Brown Bear name. Brown Bear offers high quality at reasonable prices. This product uses Berdan priming for long shelf life and sure-fire ignition. Brown Bear is loaded to exacting standards normally reserved for military ammo.

Features and Specifications:
Manufacturer Number: AB223HP
Caliber: .223 Remington
Bullet Weight: 55 Grains
Bullet Type: Jacketed Hollow Point Projectile
Muzzle Velocity: 3050 fps
Lacquer coated steel case
Non Reloadable
Berdan Primed
Non Corrosive
Bi Metal Jacketed Bullet That Will Attract a Magnet
20 Rounds per Box


Item#: AMM-2702-20
Total number of Reviews: 1

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2.0 5
"Bought one box to give it a try and wont be buying more. Shot 120 rounds with no issues of a different brand before putting a mag of Brown Bear in and after every second shot was a FTF. The lacquer coating on the Brown Bear is not brass friendly either. I went back to the brand I started with that day, which is brass, and my 2nd shot got stuck in the chamber. Tapped the case out then field stripped the rifle to get the gunk out of the chamber and went back to shooting."