FRONTIER AMMO 223 REMINGTON 55gr HP MATCH 20/BX 25/CS

FRONTIER AMMO 223 REMINGTON 55gr HP MATCH 20/BX 25/CS
FRONTIER AMMO 223 REMINGTON 55gr HP MATCH 20/BX 25/CS
FRONTIER AMMO 223 REMINGTON 55gr HP MATCH 20/BX 25/CS
Item #:FFR140
Price:$12.50
$0.62 per round
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Availability:In Stock
MPN:FR140
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Product Information

CONSISTENCY IN EVERY CARTRIDGE

State-of-the-industry loading techniques and quality control procedures ensure the reliability of every Frontier® Cartridge round.

ROUNDS FOR ALL APPLICATIONS

Frontier® Cartridge offers ammunition configured for a wide range of shooters and applications, everything from plinking, target shooting and hunting to law enforcement training and self-defense.

MILITARY GRADE

In addition to Hornady® bullets in a variety of offerings, Frontier® Cartridge features brass cartridge cases and military-grade boxer primers and propellant.

 

This is loaded ammunition.

WARNING

WARNING: This product can expose you to Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

Technical Notes


Product Specifications

Cartridge:  223 Remington

Bullet:  55 gr HP Match

Product Line:  Frontier®

Sectional Density:  .157

Ballistic Coefficient:  .254 (G1)

Application:

  • Varmint < 50 lbs
  • Target/Match
  • Personal Defense

 

 

 

Read 1 Reviews - Average Rating: 5 stars

Frontier .223 with 55gr Hornady HP Match

By Reggie S. on Feb 18, 2023
With an attractive price, I just needed to try the Frontier .223 cartridge in my AR. I am a coyote caller and currently using a Speer 50gr TNT HP. Checking for accuracy and point of aim differences, at 53 yards and 141 yards, I liked the results. Point of aim was close to the Speer 50 gr. with no adjustment to my scope necessary in a “pinch” at those ranges. I am sure that accuracy could be fine tuned with the Hornady bullet to shoot tighter when my Speers are gone.

I would buy again and anxious to see performance on a coyote. I like a bit less explosive bullet for coyotes.
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