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The .223 Remington (.223 Rem) is a rifle cartridge. The name is commonly pronounced either two-twenty-three or two-two-three Remington. It is commercially loaded with 0.224 inch (5.56 mm) diameter jacketed bullets, with weights ranging from 40 to 85 grains (2.6 to 5.8 g), though the most common loading by far is 55 grains (3.6 g). A 90 gr Sierra Matchking bullet is available for reloaders. The .223 Rem was first offered to the civilian sporting market in December 1963 in the Remington 760 rifle. In 1964 the .223 Rem cartridge was adopted for use in the Colt M16 rifle which became an alternate standard rifle of the U.S. Army. The military version of the cartridge uses a 55 gr full metal jacket boattail design and was designated M193. In 1980 NATO modified the .223 Remington into a new design which is designated 5.56×45mm NATO type SS109.
I'm going to try to sell this as a complete set up, here goes. Dillon 550B, extra powder setup so you can go from rifle to pistol in minutes, multi caliber die sets, Tumbler and sifter etc etc.
$1350 face to face Sportsman"s on 82nd or Gresham Freddie's
Dillon Tool head
Australian Outback ammo 69gr Sierra Matchking loaded brass. I bought this ammo for a varmint AR I had built, sold the rifle looking to sell the ammo now. This is high quality ammo loaded with high end Sierra Matchking 69gr HPBT bullets.
There is a great write up on snipershide.com showing the...
Making room in my safe have some reloading material I’m wanting to sell all together.
1lb of Varget
CCI No. 41 srp - 1k count
700 varieties 22 cal bullets
Roughly 500 brass casings that’s has been tumbled and just needs primer pockets to be trimmed out.
Thundertac Multiple-Magazine Holder (MMH)
Holds two M16/M4 magazines in side by side configuration for fast loading and reloading
Attaches directly to FLC or IBA
Pickup in Ridgefield, WA
Both for $20.
Price is firm.
Minimal use! Approximately 700 rounds. This little thing is fun outdoors and serves as a solid home defense. 30 round magazines (2). You can grab an affordable little sight online and go to town at the range for hours!
Looking to move on to bigger things.
Wanting to sell/trade my whole .223/.556 lot.
That means, all my ammo, mags, and my 10.5” Aero AR pistol.
Complete aero upper 10.5” (have box)
I put the stripped lower together will the Aero m4 build/buffer tube kits.
RA- 3.5 trigger (very smooth)...
Beretta ARX 100 Multi Caliber in 5.56 1/7 Twist
Current Barrel is 5.56, I do not have the other barrels for it.
(1) 30 round magazine
OPTIC - TrueGlo 4x32mm compact
I may include ample ammunition, depending upon final sale price!
According to truegunvalue...
29 50 round boxes of Freedom Muniitions V-Max ammo (27 boxes of 60 grain, 2 boxes of 55 grain)
100 20 round boxes of PMC X-Tac green tip (improved penetration) ammo
1 sealed containers of 1000 rounds of PMC X-Tac
5450 rounds of the good stuff for $4,000
Total of 5400 rounds:
4,000 rounds of Gecco (my ammo of choice for practice)
500 rounds of Western
900 rounds of ?? not sure about manufacturers, but ammo is stored in individually sealed 5 round packets. Get it all for $2000 or is smaller quantities for $0.45/ round