American Eagle 223 55gr FMJ BT Ammunition 20rds - AE223F

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American Eagle 223 55gr FMJ BT Ammunition 20rds - AE223F

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Regular Price: $ 8.99

Special Price $ 5.99

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SKU: 38730
UPC: 029465065218
MFR#: AE223F
Caliber: .223 Remington
Bullet Type: Full Metal Jacket
Bullet Weight: 55 GR
Muzzle Energy: 1283 ft lbs
Muzzle Velocity: 3240 fps
Rounds Per Box: 20
Boxes Per Case: 25

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With great ballistics and reliable feeding, you'll find Federal's American Eagle loads more than suitable for honing your skills. Whether your targets are paper, aluminum or varmint, they're here to keep you shooting all day. American Eagle rounds are loaded to the same specifications as Federal's Premium loads, but at a more practical price.
SKU: 38730
SKU 38730
Brand Federal
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Daily Deal Expires No
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SKU: 38730

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What is the difference between American Eagle "AE223J" and "AE223F"?
CRAIG V on Apr 16, 2018
American Eagle 223 55gr FMJ BT Ammunition 20rds - AE223F
American Eagle 223 55gr FMJ BT Ammunition 20rds - AE223F
American Eagle 223 55gr FMJ Ammunition 20rds - AE223J
American Eagle 223 55gr FMJ Ammunition 20rds - AE223J
BEST ANSWER: Nobody answered his question. The only difference is the last letter. AE223J or AE223F, what's the difference? Both are 223. Y'all answered as if he even put a 5.56 up for comparison. Frankly, I have yet to see a commercially available 5.56 that was actually loaded to a higher pressure, but that's another subject. Anybody know what the difference is between the J and F suffix is?

Reviews

4.4 / 5.0
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Would buy again
Great ammo so far and accurate
June 4, 2018
Purchased
3 weeks ago
American Eagle Ammo
American Eagle ammo is great clean ammo as well. Great reliable ammo. No yams with this ammo.
June 3, 2018
Purchased
5 months ago
Great ammunition and best deal I have found
May 18, 2018
Purchased
2 months ago
GREAT AMMO
AE AMMO BURNS CLEAN AND PRODUCES GOOD GROUPS. IT CAN BE COUNTED ON AT THE RANGE TO PRODUCE CONSISTENT RESULTS.
May 13, 2018
Purchased
5 months ago
Good Quality.....Very good Price
The American Eagle brand is a great product and I am glad you offer it. Also, thanks for your "no shipping" when you can, it really helps keep the overall cost of your products down and I am way more likely to order from PSA than to shop around at other web sites.
May 3, 2018
Purchased
2 months ago
PALMETTO IS THE BEST
Great price for reliable ammo free ship on 10 plus boxes. What more can you ask for? Thank you Palmetto.
November 18, 2016
Best bang for the buck!
One of the best deals your'e going to find on .223. Accurate and not all that dirty burning ammo. Although I have shot tons of this stuff this is my first order from PSA. Ordered on Saturday and got it on Thursday a half a Country away and I live in a remote area. Thanks PSA!
October 14, 2016
Awesome!!
Both Palmetto and Federal knock it out of the park with this deal! When others are driving prices up Palmetto is keeping them down and their shipping times are good as well.
As for the ammo... I get Sub MOA with this ammo. Yes. Some of the cases have small dents in them from some place during the manufacturing process. They do not affect the action or accuracy of the round. And any one that does their homework knows this ammo comes from the Lake City operation that is the same plant as the billions of rounds being produced for our troops. All of which go through stringent tests. I'd rather shoot this American made ammo than any other. As far as dirty brass. Yes there is always the annealing marks on the brass to show it was annealed. They asked the military if they wanted this removed and the military said "no"... There's nothing wrong with the brass. And after you fire this brass once you can load it multiple times and if you want it nice as shiny then tumble it for a minute at your own cost. Since it isn't corrosion or dust that will foul my barrel I don't care. Save me some money by not adding a huge cleaning process. I don't get the whining from everyone about how shiny the brass should be... Bet it's the same people who have never crawled through the mud and dirt and don't care what the round looks like as long as it goes "bang" whenever you have to pull the trigger. This ammo has never failed me 3000 rounds and counting on this barrel. Only jam I had was intermittent and could be correlated to a damaged feed lip on a mag. Want shinier brass... Sure go pay more for it. As for me... I'll buy as much of this stuff as I can get my hands on... Because I want reliable more than looks pretty.
September 30, 2016
Can't beat it for plinking
I have bought this in the past and love it for plinking and sage rats. Some have said it not to be very accurate but I get sub 1-1/2 MOA consistently in my rifle. PSA has not disappointed my yet. Will keep coming back.
September 21, 2016
Not recommended
I have shot quite a bit of this ammo-- yes great prices. But as many other reviews say the quality is junk. Feeds and fires just fine but I find it to be VERY dirty firing ammo. The burnt powder smell even stinks. Seating depths to cannalure very greatly and average or less accuracy. For a few cents more I always go for PMC love their X-tac.
September 20, 2016

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