Undoubtedly one of our nation’s favorite cartridges, the .223 Remington is capable of hair-splitting accuracy in a properly built rifle, has enough velocity for a respectable trajectory, and with the heavier bullets with a higher BC, can resist wind deflection rather well.
Sierra Ammunition has announced the new Prairie Enemy Varmint and redator family of hunting cartridges.
Coyote hunting is a great late-season activity, and if you’ve ever seen a live deer, with its hocks and haunches bloodied and half-eaten, you’ll have little issue in pursuing these creatures to the ends of the earth. Let’s take a look at Phil Massaro's personal top five choices for a coyote cartridge, in no particular order.
For 2015, Federal Premium expanded its Trophy Bonded Tip hunting line to include the ever-popular .223 Rem. cartridge. American Hunter Editor in Chief J. Scott Olmsted got a look at the new addition to the line—which should be hitting stores now—late last year.
Ruger has announced that its popular Gunsite Scout Rifle will now be available in a .223 Rem./5.56 NATO configuration.