Ammo Deals: 1000 Rounds PMC Bronze .223 Remington, FMJ, 55-Grain Ammunition $522.49

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PMC Bronze, .223 Remington, FMJ-BT, 55 Grain, 1,000 Rounds Sale august2021
PMC Bronze, .223 Remington, FMJ-BT, 55 Grain, 1,000 Rounds Sale august2021

USA – -( Sportsman’s Guide has in stock 1000 rounds of PMC Bronze, .223 Remington, FMJ, 55 Grain ammo for $522.49 with the buyers club discount. That is $0.522 each a round for clean reloadable brass case .223.

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PMC ammunition is loaded in new brass cases with boxer primers. This ammunition is non-corrosive and is loaded to SAAMI specifications. Each of these rounds complies with MIL SPEC.

Key Specifications

  • Item Number: 223483
  • Mfg. Number: 223A/AK
  • UPC: 885344443511
  • Caliber: .223 Remington
  • Bullet Weight: 55 grain
  • Bullet Style: Full Metal Jacket-Boat Tail
  • Muzzle Velocity: 2,900 FPS
  • Muzzle Energy: 1,250 ft.-lbs.
  • Case Type: Brass
  • Primer Type: Boxer, reloadable
  • Corrosive: No
  • Rounds: 1,000

All PMC ammunition is reloadable. Rifle ammunition may have crimped military primers. In reloading, the crimped first needs to be removed before a new primer can be inserted. Most major reloading companies can provide a tool to accomplish this operation.

Ammo Deals: 1000 Rounds PMC Bronze, .223 Remington, FMJ, 55Grain Ammunition $522.49

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Dogma Factor

Ammo shortage in South Korea? I guess not as there are importing this stuff at gouger prices!


Dogma Factor, still struggling with that whole “world market concept,” aren’t you?


Just the price to get ack down to t 360 – 385 / 1000


Aren’t boxer primers impossible to reload?


No, they are not. Done it quite a few times while experimenting with doing that. And have enough “material” to “reload” about 20,000 if need be.

Wild Bill

, Isn’t there something about swaging the primer well? And what else need be done to reload boxer primed cases?


WB: That’s on military brass. Military rounds have the primer swaged in the hole to make sure it stays put, even in belt fed full auto fire. So to reload that kind of case, after decapping, the primer pocket must have the swage removed before one can seat a new primer.
You can even reload berdan primed cases. It’s just such a pain in the tuckus that nobody does!

Wild Bill

, So that is the Berdan primed story!


WB: But I left out one ironic little detail. The Europeans use Berdan primers, which were invented in the US, but in the US we prefer boxer primers, which were invented in Europe! Go figure, huh?


And one can even clean up the pocket with a small knife, if you’re desperate enough! But I like my swaging tool. One pass through the press and the pocket comes out perfect.
Now if I could only figure out a way for the press to automatically align with those two holes….


@GunFun – I believe you are thinking of Berdan primers. No direct experience, but have lots of Berdan primed ammo so looked into it. Apparently it’s a pita but they are reloadable. I think the right approach is to convert the cases if one can find boxer primers which will be usable. Use hydraulics to remove old primer, drill out the anvil, reshape pocket if necessary – then treat as usual boxer primed case. Hydraulics in this context is simply water – mount case somehow with space for primer to drop, fill with water, put dowel punch or other solid… Read more »


Finnky: He is making a comment on this from the specs at the bottom of the article:

“Primer Type: Boxer, reloadable”


Finnky: Just as you said. Berdan is reloadable. I’ve done it when there was no other choice. But with the flash holes off center there is no easy way to push out the old primer. Decapping pins need to be aligned manually for each case, one at a time. As stated, a pita. So is the hydraulic method. Nasty messy. One needs to whack the pin a good hard blow to decap, and that sends the fluid splattering everywhere. The best way I found was to make a two pronged hand punch, and then align it with the holes manually.… Read more »


you’re thinking Berdan.
Boxer primers are standard Primer for reloadable brass.