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Norma – 5.56x45mm – 55 Grain – M193 – FMJ

Experience superior performance with Norma 5.56x45mm 55 Grain M193 FMJ ammunition. Ideal for precision shooting, this high-quality ammo offers consistent accuracy, reliable ignition, and excellent velocity. Perfect for both training and tactical applications. Enhance your shooting experience with Norma’s trusted ammunition technology.

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Norma is a renowned ammunition manufacturing company with a rich history dating back to 1902. The company is globally recognized for its commitment to precision, reliability, and superior performance in the production of ammunition. One of their standout products is the Norma – 5.56x45mm – 55 Grain – M193 – FMJ. This ammunition is designed for high performance and accuracy, making it a preferred choice for professional shooters, law enforcement agencies, and hunting enthusiasts. The 5.56x45mm M193 FMJ is a full metal jacket bullet, known for its exceptional penetration and impact. It is meticulously crafted to ensure consistent velocity and trajectory, resulting in superior accuracy. Norma’s commitment to quality and innovation is evident in this product, as it is in all their ammunition. The company’s dedication to excellence has earned it a strong reputation in the shooting industry, making Norma a trusted name for shooters worldwide.

Questions and answers of the customers

    Is this safe to shoot a metal target
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    Q Is this safe to shoot a metal target answer now
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    Shooting a metal target with 5.56 55gr ammunition can be safe as long as certain precautions are taken. Here are a few considerations:

    1. Target Material: Ensure that the metal target is made of a material that can handle the impact of the bullet without causing dangerous ricochets. AR500 steel targets are commonly used for this purpose because they are designed to withstand high-velocity rifle rounds like the 5.56.

    2. Distance: Maintain a safe distance from the target as recommended by the manufacturer. Shooting too closely to the target increases the risk of ricochets and can damage the target.

    3. Angle of Impact: Ensure that the target is set up at an appropriate angle to minimize the chances of ricochets. Targets should be angled downward so that any deflected bullets are directed safely toward the ground.

    4. Eye and Ear Protection: Always wear proper eye and ear protection while shooting, regardless of the type of target being used.

    5. Inspect the Target: Before shooting, inspect the target for any damage or signs of wear and tear. Replace or repair the target if necessary to maintain safety.

    6. Follow Range Rules: If you're shooting at a range, make sure to follow all range rules and regulations regarding the use of metal targets.

    By following these guidelines, shooting a metal target with 5.56 55gr ammunition can be done safely and effectively. However, it's crucial to always prioritize safety and use common sense when shooting firearms.

  2. Are these loaded with lead-core bullets ?
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    Q Are these loaded with lead-core bullets ? answer now
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    Hello Greg,

    Yes, the Norma 5.56x45mm, 55 Grain M193 Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) ammunition is loaded with lead-core bullets. This is a common configuration for FMJ rounds, especially in 5.56x45mm caliber, where the bullet typically consists of a copper jacket encasing a lead core.

    If you have further questions or need more information about this product or any others, please don't hesitate to contact us at (888) 736-6587 or [email protected].

  4. Can you ship to San Diego ca
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    Q Can you ship to San Diego ca answer now
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    Thank you for contacting True Shot Ammo! It's important to note that in California, ammunition orders typically require shipment to a Federal Firearms License (FFL) holder or a licensed gun shop. This regulation ensures compliance with state laws regarding the sale and transfer of ammunition. If you have any further questions or need assistance with your order, feel free to let us know. We're here to help!