From what I've heard on the media, the .223 is one of the largest rifle rounds available and is only useful to take down elephants and tanks. It must be true, the media said so.
I use a .223 to hunt aircraft carriers.
Did you know that those bullets can pierce organs, sever arteries, and shred tissue and bones? It’s true. I read it in the New York Daily News.
I use a .223 in my 110FP bolt action to kill coyotes and coons (That’s RA-coons)that attack my chickens.
When I fire the same .223 round from an evil ASSAULT RIFLE it not only kills the coon, it cleans it, knocks the skin off, hangs it up and builds a fire under it so it cooks slow.