Remington UMC Ammo .223 Rem 45 Gr., JHP, 200-Round Mega Pack
Perfect for any high-volume shooting situation
Jacketed hollow-point bullets
Great value without compromising quality
Loaded in the USA
200 rounds per box
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Product DescriptionLoaded in the USA, UMC ammunition is perfect for any high-volume shooting situation. These jacketed hollow-point bullets offer great value without compromising quality or performance. Model L223R7A, .223 Remington caliber, 7-1/2 primer, 45 grain, JHP bullet style. Shipped ground only.
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Q:Are 5.56MM, 223 and UMC all the same?Asked on 4/4/2009 by Anonymous
A:Yes 5.56MM is the same as 223 and UMC is just a type of round that remington makesAnswered on 4/16/2009 by H from Ky
A:basically yes, but you should know that 5.56 has higher pressure and if your chambered only for .223 you should not shoot the 5.56 but if you are chambered for the 5.56 you can shoot both 5.56 and the .223........Answered on 1/30/2010 by javalin from center hall, pa
A:5.56 is generally considered a reference to NATO military specifications. Usually slightly higher pressures in 5.56 ammunition.
UMC is simply Remington's "dicount" line of ammunition.Answered on 7/2/2010 by GS from Texas
A:The short answer is no. The 5.56 (5.56 x 45 NATO) and the .223 Remington are similar but not identical. The 5.56 was developed for use in the M16 rifle. The .223 cartridge will work in a rifle chambered for 5.56 but it may not be as accurate. Using the 5.56 in a rifle chambered for .223 could be unsafe and is not recommended. UMC (Union Metallic Cartridge Company) is Remington's economical line of ammo.Answered on 7/4/2010 by Varmit 442 from Hockley, Texas