winchester 5.56 ammo 1ooo Rounds in USA
Winchester 5.56 ammo ‘USA White Box’, consistent performance and outstanding value
Backed by generations of legendary excellence, Winchester 5.56 ammo ‘USA White Box’ is high-quality ammunition that suits a wide range of needs for high-volume rifle shooters. The centerfire rifle ammunition incorporates a full metal jacket bullet for positive functioning and no expansion. This ammunition offers consistent accuracy for target and range shooting. It also provides reduced barrel fouling, which means fewer cleanings and more time on the range.
- Made in the USA
- Consistent Accuracy: Ideal for shooters of all skill levels.
- Full Metal Jacket: Provides positive functioning and no expansion.
- Robust Heat Treated Shellcase.
- New production, non-corrosive, in boxer primed, reloadable brass cases.
- Usage: Target, Range.
- Bulk Pack
Note: This is military grade ammunition. It may show discoloration which is caused by a process known as annealing. This is completely normal.
Winchester is one of the most important and innovative American brands in the history of firearms and ammunition. Winchester firearms began with the founding of the Winchester Repeating Arms Company in New Haven, CT in 1866.The legend began with the release of a series of rifles and shotguns in the 19th century by Oliver Winchester (later with partner John Browning). The Model 1866, a complete modification and improvement of the Henry rifle (designed by Benjamin Henry), became the first Winchester rifle and fired the .44 caliber rimfire cartridge. Winchester continues to design “legendary” award-winning products to this day. A true pioneer in the field of ammunition, Winchester continues to be an industry leader and is still the most popular brand for hunters and shooters for over 150 years. Its reputation is steeped in tradition and American history.
Please Note: While the 5.56x45mm will fit in a .223 Remington chamber, the 5.56 is a military round that runs at higher pressures than its .223 counterpart and is not recommended to be fired in a .223 Remington Chamber.