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    BlackHills Blue Box 55 grain Remanufactured . 223

    I just ordered 1000 rounds ..... ;D
    I hear nothing but good things about this ammo.


    https://www.kisermunitions.com/?page...product_id=196
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    Re: BlackHills Blue Box 55 grain Remanufactured . 223

    I received my ammo today and everything is perfect.

    I opened a box and I have to say this looks as good as any ammo I have ever used.

    Great Deal for 1000 rounds of Blackhill no matter if it's Remanufactured or not.

    They ship in boxes of 50 ..... compared to most ship boxes of 20...

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    Re: BlackHills Blue Box 55 grain Remanufactured . 223

    Damn, $369.00 per 1,000 ON SALE. This is why I reload, I like to shoot at least 500rds a week and can't afford todays ammo prices. I have a stash of cased ammo of various flavors, but try not to use if I can reload the caliber. Hell, even reloading is getting pricy with all the price increases. :2cents: :duh:
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    Re: BlackHills Blue Box 55 grain Remanufactured . 223

    someday I will have thr room for a bench set up and time to re-load.

    who knows... I just counted my .223 ammo I have 5240 ...so I have some stashed
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    Re: BlackHills Blue Box 55 grain Remanufactured . 223

    You can reload for half that price, and if you take your time still get the same consistency out of the ammo.
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    Re: BlackHills Blue Box 55 grain Remanufactured . 223

    Hell Mickey, you get BETTER accuracy if you have the patience to work with different loads :fencing:Each barrel is a bit different, and therefore accuracy results can vary even with the same caliber. I work up a good load for a rifle, I record the results, and load weapon specific, and mark the box(s) for that weapon. I also mark the ammo can for load & weapon. For range fodder I buy cheap components (i.e. sale goodies) and don't really care much..... shoot & enjoy. >
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    Re: BlackHills Blue Box 55 grain Remanufactured . 223

    gunner69, what are your favorate powder for .223

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    Re: BlackHills Blue Box 55 grain Remanufactured . 223

    Hey Texas, For the 60gr Nosler Partition I use 24.3gr of H335, OAL is 2.250. Actually used it on our small deer here in Alabama. Just don't like .223 so I don't make a habit of it. Nosler website gives 23.5 min and 25.5 Max load with this powder. For the 63gr semi-point or the 64gr Winchester Powerpoint I have used 25.5 gr of H4895. For the 64gr Win bullet you can also use 25gr of H335 or 748, or 26gr. of BL(C)2. Good loads NOT Max. For great reload info go to www.loaddata.com :biggun:
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    Re: BlackHills Blue Box 55 grain Remanufactured . 223

    Mabe we need a reloading topic? But I decided about 15 years ago to select 1 power for all my long guns needs from .223 through 30-06. IMR 3031 met that need. Now I'm looking to play with other powers. Been using 22.5 gr. IMR 3031, OAL. 2.260, LAKE CITY BRASS, 55gr.FMJBT, CCI-400 primers. THANKS

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    Re: BlackHills Blue Box 55 grain Remanufactured . 223

    Texas, Yeh, I tried that one powder shit too............ only different rifles liked different powders sometimes. I like IMR 4064 it "fits" a lot of calibers. Trouble is if I want the best accuracy I need to shoot various loads/powders. No one powder is the answer for every caliber. I stock up on the powders that are right for "groups" of calibers. IMR4064, Win 748, H322 & H335, BLC(2), IMR & H4198.... the list goes on. When I find the appropriate match I load what brass I have, use the wifes fingernail polish to seal both primer & bullet, and mark everything for reference. I look for a clean burning powder, good accuracy, and NO SIGNS of pressure problems (i.e. blown primers, etc.). Enough said...... :toast:
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