Do you own an AR-15, one of America’s greatest inventions to date? Then this is its 5.56×45 ammunition. Each cartridge is loaded to the military’s M193 specs, which means it has a 55 grain bullet and a muzzle velocity of 3,270 fps. A cartridge like this has plenty of juice to cycle a semi-auto, and delivers the flat trajectory which makes sharpshooting that much easier. The FMJ bullet is preferred for target shooting, and though it doesn’t technically expand this round’s bullet does have a significant chance of fragmenting apart inside its target.
Winchester loads these rounds with heat-treated brass cases. You can still see the discoloration around their shoulders, an indication that they’ll resist splitting, cracking, and interrupting the flow of fire. Always non-corrosive and always nonmagnetic, Winchester USA is one of the most popular brands of range ammo simply because it works so reliably.