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Average Velocity: 3020 fps
Pointed Soft Point Bullets combine the expansion of a traditional soft point bullet, with the longer range performance of a spitzer-shaped bullet. These bullets offer deeper penetration than a hollow point bullet.
SKU FM223P60N Manufacturer Freedom Munitions Caliber 223 Remington Bullet Profile Pointed Soft Point (PSP) Bullet Weight 60 Gr Casing Type Brass Velocity AVG 3020 FPS Ballistic Coefficient 0.264 Activity General Purpose
- Customer Reviews
Great Varmint ammo
By TJGreat accuracy! I use this ammo to sight in my AR15. If I take my time I can get under 1" groups.
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By MareslegThis is great stuff, feeds flawlessly, very accurate at 1.25 " in a S&W M&P 16"bbl. I am smacking a 6" gong at 200 and a 18" coyote gong at 500 with this ammunition. I have not hunted with this ammo but I believe it capable for deer to 250 yds. This is what my truck gun is always loaded with. I shoot a lot of the reman with this same bullet as well.
60 grain soft points
By ReaperYou guys have a customer for life. This ammo is just as good if not better than the big name brands plus you get more than twice the ammo for the same price. Thanks for producing ammo the average guy can afford. Excellent Quality!!
Great ammo at my favorite weight
By barbarosaI was given a "case" of 500 rounds of this ammo and it shot DEAD ON with some adjustments for shot placement from where my overpriced name brand ammo was printing. Felt a bit "hotter" than the name brand. Did a "water jug" test to see how it expanded and actually recovered the bullet from a hay backstop. Expanded to at least twice its original diameter, just wish I had some ballistic gel to get a better idea of expansion (how much was created by the hay for example). Did blow the hell out of the water jug thats for sure. Ammo was extremely consistent from shot to shot and I managed just over 1" groups at 100 yds shooting off of a padded fore end rest with the butt shouldered and that was on a very cold Wisconsin day when I was either stiff or battling the shivers from both the cold and the previous evenings over imbibment. Sure beats paying for a name when you can get the same quality from these folks. My next stop is to try their Reman ammo. If it is as good as Freedom Arms says it is, I may stick to Reman for all my ammo needs. I must admit that, for a much lower cost per round, I got almost as good a grouping with this ammo and with the aforementioned name brand ammo using Wolf Polycoated ammo which in my opinion is by far the best buy on the market. you just cannot take steel cased ammo to every range so sometimes you are forced to spend more to obtain brass cased ammo for no true logical reason. Wolf makes a superb SP round in both 55 and 62 grain but I have not bothered with the 55grain ammo as I like the slight edge in delivered foot poundage that the slightly heavier bullet provides. But if I had my "druthers", I would only buy Wolf 62 gr SP polycoated ammo. Despite some folks belief, the Russian ammo shoots no dirtier than the high priced American made product just DONT get the older Wolf ammo that has lacquer sealed primers as the powder mix was different and did shoot with somewhat more carbon output than the newer Wolf products that feature a polymer coating. When Wolf went with the polycoating they also listened to their biggest markets complaints and also changed up their powder blend and currently Wolf produces as good a round as you can buy and is every bit as consistent as any of its American made counterparts at 3-5 times the price. But for when you NEED brass cased ammo I HIGHLY reccommend Freedom Arms products and especially this 62 grain SP round
223 60 gr PSP New
By AngelThis is my SHTF / HD go to round. I use this exclusively in my LWRC 10.5" barrel SBR. It is reasonably priced. Pretty much in the same price range as the 62 gr Lake City Green Tip I use in my 16" barrels. I use the 90 gr XM68GD in my LWRC 10.5" barrel 6.8SPC SBR. The 90 gr XM68GD and the 60 gr PSP are virtually the same rds and have very similar results in 6.8 and .223. If you are looking for an effective HD rd you should give this one a try. Thank you, Freedom Munitions for producing this rd, and PLEASE, don't ever stop making it!
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