K7 .223 Rem 55gr FMJ Ammo

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$234.50 - $703.50

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.223 Remington
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You like shooting at the range and you don’t plan on stopping anytime soon. K7’s .223 Remington FMJ is perfect for your needs. Quality ammunition that doesn't break the bank can be hard to find, but the good news is you just found it.

K7 .223 Remington 55 Grain Highlights:

  • .223 Remington Rounds Great for shooting with your AR15 or bolt action gun.
  • Velocity – The typical velocity for .223 Rem 55 grain ammo is about 3,200 fps. A great long-range round for your gun.
  • Brass Casing – If you like reloading then this one's for you.
  • 55 Grain – One of the lower weights for this caliber, offering flat long-distance shooting.
  • Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) – Cycles cleanly through your gun for less headaches at the range. Gives you great target penetration.

Founded in 2020, K7 Ammo is one of the newer ammunition companies on the scene. With American-made ammo produced in Southern Indiana, K7 is aiming to make a splash with their products. Order a box today and let us know what you think!

Southern Defense Notice: We want to inform you that our policy prohibits returns for ammo products, which may be subject to shipping restrictions. For questions regarding K7 .223 Remington FMJ, call (972) 652-0196.

K7 .223 Remington FMJ FAQ:

Karl Sexton served 31 years in the United States Army. Upon retirement, he started K7 Ammo. His company stands for freedom, defense of the United States Constitution, and individual liberty.

K7 .223 Remington FMJ is great range ammo because it is designed to be cost-effective, cycles smoothly through your gun due to the Full Metal Jacket, and reliably penetrates the target without expansion.

.223 Remington 55 grain bullets typically maintain a very flat trajectory all the way up to 250 yards or beyond. Some people really like to hunt with .223 ammo as it gives you much less recoil, making it a very beginner-friendly hunting caliber. Be sure to check your state regulations though, as some states don’t allow hunting with this caliber.