(11 customer reviews)




Features and Benefits
50-round box
55 grains
Metal case design
Made in USA
.223 Remington caliber
Great for varmint hunting, target shooting and training exercises
Caliber: 0.223
Number of rounds: 50
Species: Hog/Predator
Grain weight: 55
What’s in the Box
Remington .223 Remington 55-Grain Rifle Ammunition
Important Product and Safety Information
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For safety reasons, we do not accept returns on ammunition. Always make sure you use the correct ammunition for your specific firearm.
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11 reviews for 223 62 GR FMJ NEW FACTORY AMMO ( 500 RDS )

  1. Uriel

    I shoot 2-300 rounds a week. I’ve used just about every brand of ammo available and prefer, hands down, Sellier & Bellot for both quality and service.

  2. George

    You will find that this ammo has a higher MV than other 223 62 GR FMJ ammo. Europeans have always thought highly of the 223 62 GR FMJ and loaded it to its potential. The brass is very good and I have reloaded this round and many other cal. from Sellier & Bellot with out any problems. I have shot a lot of their shotgun shells in England and found it the best to all others used there.

  3. Gabriel

    Have shot several hundred rounds through a Beretta 3032 Tomcat with no problems except one failure to feed that was probably caused by my grip on the gun, as I am still learning proper technique. It seems to leave less residue than some of the other FMJs I’ve tried.

  4. Matthew

    I will definitely buy more Sellier & Bellot ammo, especially for my old Mauser Model 1914. No problems with the function of the rds in that old pistol. My son recently fired 50* rds thru his CZ70 with excellent results. Seems to be some of the best .223 62 GR FMJ we have used.

  5. Daniel

    Nary a misfire!

  6. Alexander

    This is by far the best ammo I’ve used for my Kel Tec P32 . Since using this ammo , no more jams !

  7. Morata

    My Colt 1903 pocket auto loves this ammo, and so do I. Finally, a .223 62 GR FMJ round that maximizes its’ performance. reloading fire arms shop is to be commended for offering it! Great service and price, too!!

  8. Damian

    I try many brands of ammo in my Kel Tec P32, and have found that the Fiocchi and Sellier & Bellot are reliable, accurate, and very nicely priced compared to often scarce and higher-priced other brands. I haven’t found a bad brand yet, but S&B and Fiocchi have been a favorite at usually a bit lower price. With the cost of many calibres coming down recently, but not down to pre-2010 prices, I need to save whatever and whenever I can, as many do. I appreciate Lucky Gunner having this .223 62 GR FMJ ammo for a decent price.

  9. Joel Morata

    i have a 223 62 GR FMJ browning ammo works great highly recommend

  10. Valerie S

    I have tried as many different brands of 223 62 GR FMJ ammo that I could find, and always had some kind of problem with my KelTec P32 . I have put 200 rounds of this ammo through my P32 without one hiccup. If you own a P32 give this a try .

  11. Tah Jomes

    I bought several boxes of the S & B .223 62 GR FMJ Browning Auto to use while trying out the FEG AP-MBP I just bought. I also had a box from an American company. I fired the whole box of American made rounds and two of the S & B boxes. I have to admit that, while I didn’t have any failures to feed or misfires with either, I did feel that the S &B rounds were the hotter load. The accuracy seemed to be a bit better, also. I haven’t gotten around to reloading the S & B brass yet, but the expended primers came out with no problems and I saw no deformed or cracked cases. If you can buy a round that performs and doesn’t break the bank, why look for anything else?

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