223 Remington 55 grain BTHP
The .223 Remington cartridge with a 55 grain boat-tailed hollow-point (BTHP) bullet is a popular choice for both target shooting and hunting. The 55 grain bullet weight is light, allowing for higher velocities, which in turn results in flatter trajectories and less wind drift. The boat-tailed design of the bullet helps to reduce drag and increase long-range stability, making it an effective option for medium-range shooting. The hollow-point design of the bullet is meant to expand upon impact, providing increased energy transfer and improved terminal performance for hunting applications. Overall, the. Remington with a 55 grain BTHP bullet is a versatile choice that can deliver good accuracy and ballistics in a variety of shooting scenarios.
Remington 55 grain BTHP @ 3,020 fps. 175 Rounds.
Minuteman Ammo’s high standards applied to this American classic. High velocity and match accuracy, using Hornady’s 55gn BHPT.
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