what's the cheapest .223 ammo available that still functions well? Should I stay away from wolf? How about sellier and bellot? Any suggestions? (just plinking ammo, no match grade stuff needed)
Gotta clean 'em anyway after you shoot 'em!!:mrgreen:I would recomend staying away from Wolf unless you enjoy spending alot of time cleaning your gun. From my personal experience I have found Wolf to have the dirtiest ammo out there.
I've never used Privi Partizan before, are they berdan primed or american boxer primed? I'd hate to buy $350 worth of brass ammo and then come to find out I can't use them because they are Berdan Primed.wideners has 1000 rounds of prvi partizan 5.56mm M193 for $350 shipped, one of the best and not too expensive brass ammo you can get. AIM Surplus has some ammo too
Widener's Reloading and Shooting Supply INC
500 rounds + ammo can:
AIM US .223 55grn FMJ 500rd Can US .223 55grn FMJ 500rd Can
1000 rounds in a box:
AIM US .223 55grn FMJ US .223 55grn FMJ
New M193 ball Ammo is made to US Military 5.56 standard, in brass cases and a 55 gr full metal jacket Boattail bullet (FMJBT) of lead with a copper jacket, which provides tight-grouping accuracy at higher velocities! 5.56 (223) 55 gr ball. Boxer-primed, reloadable, non-corrosive. Muzzle Velocity: 3259 FPS out of a 20" barrel (3132fps for a 16" barrel, Muzzle Energy: 1289 ft.-lbs. 20 rds. per box. This 55 grain full metal jacket ammo is ideal for target shooting or plinking.