Fiocchi Perfecta - Full Metal Jacket - 55 Grain 223 Remington Ammo - 1000 Rounds
The .223 Remington is a virtually ubiquitous presence at the range and market because it enjoys consistent and reliable performance along with easy reloading potential and scads of options for bullet types and manufacturing. Additionally, it is capable of being fired in its spin off chambers (5.56 and Wylde), so it is safe to say that the cartridge is not going anywhere anytime soon. Fiocchi’s Perfecta bullet is a full metal jacketed, 55 grain capable of leaving the muzzle at 3240 ft per sec with 1280 ft pounds of energy. The 1,000 round case is a necessary component for training courses or simply keeping on hand for skill refreshers and introductory shooting.
Fiocchi’s history begins with the start of the modern cartridge and they have been front line developers of the modern primer and reloadable cases. Having served Europe’s sporting communities as well as militaries, the company built a production facility in the US in cooperation with S&W. On this side of the Atlantic, Fiocchi recognizes that the US market is awash in training ammo options, hence the Perfecta line: not only are the cases reloadable and the bullets have almost a 150 years of quality control history behind them, these rounds are loaded with optimum burning propellant for more energy and less fouling: an important consideration for both the AR design and getting cleanup time in before dinner at the end of the day.