Daily Gun Deal: 12,500 Rounds 5.56 Lake City Bulk Ammo Drum $3,029.95 ($0.24ea)REBATE

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12,500 Rounds 5.56 Lake City Bulk Ammo Drum Deal
12,500 Rounds 5.56 Lake City Bulk Ammo Drum Deal

USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Buy Online Button ClearNeed lots of ammo, I know stupid question but here is a way to get 12,500 rounds of Federal Premium M855 5.56x45mm NATO 62-grain ammo at just $0.242 each with a sale, coupon code and a rebate at Brownells. That is a barrel of ammo for a net $3,029.95. No one can touch this price for 5.56 at more than $0.04 below the best price you could do anywhere online.

To get this deal working you need to purchase the XM855 online at Brownells, enter the coupon code “LAF” and pay $3529.95 at check out then go to the rebate link below and apply for the additional $500.00 (the max you can get back) pre paid credit card. Don't hold us to it but it also looks like shipping should be free with the coupon code description.

The largest bulk pack we offer! New-manufactured 5.56x45mm NATO ammo has a 62-grain SS109 bullet with a green-painted steel “penetrator” tip over a lead core with a partial jacket. Loose/Bulk packaged 12,500 rounds in a barrel. Ammunition is Manufactured at the Lake City Army Ammunition Plant to Federal Cartridge Company specifications for military ammunition. The boxer-primed, reloadable brass case is headstamped with the Federal symbol and date of manufacture (military crimps should be removed before reloading). Water-resistant lacquer-sealed primer. Every cartridge is visually inspected before packing. For use only in rifles with chambers designed for 5.56x45mm ammunition.

12,500 Rounds 5.56 Lake City Bulk Ammo Drum $3,029.95 ($0.242)

Federal Freedom Fuel Promotion R10064 Rebate Details: More info online.

Get 5 cents back per round when you buy American Eagle® 223 Rem. and 5.56x45mm ammunition. Must purchase at least 300 rounds to qualify. Max $500 dollars per household. Qualified Canadian residents will receive a rebate check in U.S. funds Product must be purchased between 12/13/2018 through 3/31/2019 DEADLINE for mail in or online submission 4/30/2019

Federal Freedom Fuel Promotion #: R10064
Federal Freedom Fuel Promotion #: R10064

12,500 Rounds 5.56 Lake City Bulk Ammo Drum Cart Check 01/03/2019:

12,500 Rounds 5.56 Lake City Bulk Ammo Drum Cart Check
12,500 Rounds 5.56 Lake City Bulk Ammo Drum Cart Check

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  • 8 thoughts on “Daily Gun Deal: 12,500 Rounds 5.56 Lake City Bulk Ammo Drum $3,029.95 ($0.24ea)REBATE

    1. I’m sure some slobbering liberal will get wind of this and start a campaign to ban sales of more than 20 rounds of ammo in any given week/month/whatever. I can hear the shrieks of “Who NEEDS thousands of rounds of toxic and deadly ammunition to shoot a deer?” “Internet sales of ammunition?!” “OH NO!!”

    2. These are seconds from the regular military accepted run quality control. It could be anything from they aren’t as pretty as an accepted round to whatever, but they will still go bang and Mr. bullet will come out of the barrel and go straight and they are not dangerous, etc., but make no mistake for some reason these are rejected rounds from a government run–the “XM” is the reject quality indicator whether in a tin or a drum. Probably an exceptional deal if you have a few friends to split out with or a gun show but ya gotta know…

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