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GGG – 5.56x45mm – 55 Grain – FMJ – M193

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GGG 5.56 is manufactured according to the requirements of STANAG 4172 and is NATO spec M193 (design number AC/225-130A). This is the same ammo produced for NATO and EU armed forces, special services, and military structures.

Renowned for its accuracy and reliability, this high-quality, full metal jacket round is perfect for both target shooting and tactical applications. Trust GGG’s commitment to excellence for your shooting needs.

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GGG is a renowned ammunition manufacturing company, globally recognized for its commitment to quality, precision, and reliability. Founded with a vision to provide superior ammunition solutions, GGG has been consistently delivering products that meet the highest standards of performance and safety. One of their flagship products is the GGG – 5.56x45mm – 55 Grain – M193 – FMJ. This ammunition is meticulously designed for optimal performance, offering a 55-grain weight and a full metal jacket (FMJ) design. The M193 designation signifies that it adheres to military specifications, ensuring its reliability and effectiveness. GGG’s 5.56x45mm ammunition is widely used by both military and civilian shooters, thanks to its exceptional accuracy and consistency. With a strong focus on innovation and customer satisfaction, GGG continues to set new benchmarks in the ammunition industry. Their commitment to excellence is reflected in every round they produce, making GGG a trusted name for shooters around the world.

Questions and answers of the customers

    What is the Muzzle velocity of the GGG 5.56 Nato round please?
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    Q What is the Muzzle velocity of the GGG 5.56 Nato round please? answer now
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    Hey there!

    Thank you for your question. The GGG 5.56 55 Grain FMJ M193 has a muzzle velocity of approximately 3,330 feet per second (fps). If you need more details or have additional questions, feel free to reach out to us at (888) 736-6587 or email us at [email protected].

  2. Are the cases on this ammo full brass? The photographs don't seem to reflect that. My gun club does not allow the use of steel cased ammo.
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    Q Are the cases on this ammo full brass? The photographs don't seem to reflect that. My gun club do...... Read more answer now
    A YES, ALL BRASS
  4. Do these have a boat tail?
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    Q Do these have a boat tail? answer now
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    Hello,

    Yes, the GGG 5.56x45mm 55 Grain FMJ M193 ammunition features a boat tail design. This design helps improve the aerodynamic performance of the bullet, resulting in better stability and accuracy during flight.

    If you have any further questions or need assistance, please feel free to let me know.

  6. Is this ammo non-magnetic/range safe?
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    Q Is this ammo non-magnetic/range safe? answer now
    A It's magnric. It has the led core, but the jacket is bimetall.
  8. Are these on stripper clips?
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    Q Are these on stripper clips? answer now
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    Hello Lance, 

    Thank you for reaching out to Trueshot! Unfortunately, the GGG - 5.56x45mm - 55 Grain - FMJ - M193 does not come on stripper clips. 

     

    If you have any further questions or need assistance, feel free to ask!

  10. Regarding GGG 7.62x51 & 5.56 loadings being offered now: Do these products have sealed primers and necks, as pictures on website show primers that are not sealed for either the 7.62 or 5.56. I have small batch of 2016 manufactured GGG 7.62x51 left that has visibly sealed primers as well as Nato marking on headstamp. Are they no longer sealing ammo or was this a cost cutting measure for ammo sold on the commercial retail market? Thank you for your time.
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    Q Regarding GGG 7.62x51 & 5.56 loadings being offered now: Do these products have sealed primer...... Read more answer now
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    Hey there! Thank you for your question. I'm glad to confirm that the GGG 7.62x51 and 5.56 loadings we currently offer do indeed have sealed primers and necks, and they are manufactured to NATO specifications. Despite what the images on the website may suggest, these features are part of the manufacturing process to ensure the ammunition's reliability and performance, especially under various environmental conditions.

    Having sealed primers and necks is crucial for maintaining the integrity of the ammunition. This sealing helps prevent moisture ingress, which is essential for preserving the ammo's quality over time and ensuring it performs reliably when needed. The adherence to NATO specifications further assures that the ammunition meets stringent quality and performance standards, making it suitable for a wide range of firearms that are compatible with these calibers.

    If you're looking for ammunition that offers reliability, whether for training, operational purposes, or recreational shooting, the GGG 7.62x51 and 5.56 loadings are excellent choices. Their manufacturing process, including the sealing of primers and necks, ensures that they are ready for use in various conditions.

    I also would like to mention that we do have an article posted on our Trueshot Academy page going over many in-depth details about GGG ammo. You can read that at the following link: https://trueshotammo.com/academy/what-is-ggg-ammo/

    Should you have any more questions about these or any other products, or if you need further assistance, please don't hesitate to reach out to True Shot Ammo at (888) 736-6587 or [email protected]. We're here to help ensure you find the best ammunition for your needs!

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You may return most items within 30 days of the delivery date for a full refund or exchange, provided the ammunition is in its original, unopened packaging. Typically, the customer is responsible for the cost of the return label, unless the error is caused by True Shot Ammo. Proof of purchase (order confirmation or receipt) is required for all returns. Returns or refunds will not be accepted after 30 days.

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