Okay, here's my situation and question. I do not plan to reload 223 for volume shooting. I will be making handloads for my wife's Rem 700, but not for my M4. I have quite a large collection of 223 brass already, so that isn't going to be an issue. I found a store here that has PMC 223 fmj for 380 bucks per case (1000 rds), and another store with Silver Bear nickel coated steel case for quite a bit less. My question is, have any of you ever done a lot of shooting (500 rds or more) with Silver Bea, and if so, how is it? I know there are people out there who hate the idea of steel case ammo, but I have yet to find confirmed stories of it blowing up in guns like some say. How is it?
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