Tracer rounds 223 (50 rounds 63gr)

$200.00

9MM (50 Rounds) Tracer Ammo

120 rounds 223 tracer ammo.  556/ 223  M856  (Orange)  Projectile  Tracer ammo, Commercially reloaded.  This is military tracer ammo and  does not start tracing for approximately 75 to 100 yards so make sure you are shooting them at the proper distance. Tracer ammo can and will start fires so use with caution.

Projectile weight:  63.7 Gr.

Chamber Pressure:  55,000 PSI

Velocity:  2870 FPS, 78 Ft from muzzle

Availability: 32 in stock

About the The Tracer rounds 223 ammunition.

The Tracer rounds 223 ammunition is a range of ammunition designed for use with a Walther P99 pistol, abbreviated as, well, Tracers. They are a product of Walther, the German firearm manufacturer.
The Walther P99, also known as the MP-99, is a subcompact, double-action-only, semi-automatic pistol. It is chambered for the 5.56×45mm NATO cartridge, chambered from a removable magazine. The pistol has a 3-in barrel, and weighs 23.5 ounces empty. The Walther P99 was introduced on March 7, 1999. In 2013, the pistol was succeeded by the PPQ M2, chambered in 7.62×39mm.
The Walther P99 series is marketed as being designed by, and for, experienced marksmen. The pistol is single-action only (SAO), meaning the user must pull the trigger for every round fired.
The pistols have a short-stroke gas piston fed from the magazine, which fires the cartridge. Tracer rounds 223

History

A man took a great risk when he bought his first dollar. It was in 1982, when the dollar was worth less than 40 cents, and almost everyone was broke. But the risk he took was worth it. The dollar’s worth in 1982 was based on the expectation that America’s economy would continue to grow, and that interest rates would stay low.
But interest rates went up, and inflation began to rise. The dollar became worth less. Eventually, it became worthless. If he had been foolish enough to buy a dollar before 1982, he would have lost a lot of money. But if he had bought a dollar in 1982, then in 2001, when a dollar was worth $4.15, he would have had $3.13 in purchasing power. Tracer rounds 223
This illustrates how risk works. In 1982, the risk was against inflation. But in 2001, the risk was against deflation. If you spread the risk over a long time, it can seem okay. But if you’re dealing with a lot of smaller risks, it can be very risky. The dollar lost its value over twenty years, but a million dollars lost its value over a few months. Risk is not the same thing as uncertainty.
If we knew everything, there would be no risk. But we don’t know everything. We don’t know what tomorrow will bring. We don’t know what tomorrow’s dollars will be worth. And we don’t know what’s worth working on. The risk you take in doing something new isn’t necessarily how much it’s risky; it could also be that what you are working on is not worth doing. If your goal is to make money, you have to be careful not to let money be your goal. Money is always, eventually, the goal Tracer rounds 223

 

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