Ammo Deal: 1000rds American Eagle 223 55gr FMJBT Loose Pack $599.99 ($0.599each)

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American Eagle 223 55gr FMJBT Loose Pack Deal Aug2020
American Eagle 223 55gr FMJBT Loose Pack Deal Aug2020

USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Palmetto State Armory has in stock and shipping now a 1000 rounds of American Eagle 223 55gr FMJBT Loose Pack Ammunition for $599.99 a case. That is $0.599 each a round that is an expected price for in-stock and shipping-now, pre-election ammunition. And… if you do not vote and the Democrats win in November you will be gladly willing to pay twice this price to resupply. Not that there is any but you can compare prices here!Buy Now Gun Deals

American Eagle 223 rounds are quality ammunition loaded for consistency and accuracy during any situation. If you want to get the most bang for your buck, 1000 rounds of 223 ammo by American Eagle is your optimal choice to save big.

  • Bullet Type: Full Metal Jacket Boat Tail
  • Bullet Weight: 55 Grain
  • Caliber: .223 Remington
  • Muzzle Velocity: 3240 fps
  • Muzzle Energy: 1282 ft-lbs
  • Rounds Per case: 1,000
  • Loose Packaging

Full metal jacket boat-tail with consistent primers and brass make shooting American Eagle 223 worth while.

Ammo Deal: 1000rds American Eagle 223 55gr FMJBT Loose Pack $559.99 ($0.599each)

1000rds Loose Pack:

American Eagle .223mm 55gr FMJBT Loose Pack Deal Cart Check 08/01/2020:

American Eagle 223 55gr FMJBT Loose Pack Deal Cart Check aug2020
American Eagle 223 55gr FMJBT Loose Pack Deal Cart Check aug2020

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archmark
archmark
17 days ago

Last week .223 LC was $445/1000 rds. bulk at Target Sports USA with free shipping…

Knute
Knute
16 days ago
Reply to  archmark

But that wasn’t .223 millimeter! Just imagine how much it costs to make something so microscopic! 🙂
Or is it that crooks writing ads for overpriced crap are mostly also pretty ignorant about life? Like not knowing the difference between inches and millimeters, for instance… 🙂

Red Falcon 1325
Red Falcon 1325
17 days ago

What a ripoff. That’s way beyond what you can routinely find a full case for online.

JFCrosby
JFCrosby
17 days ago

What? This isn’t a deal. It’s an insult. Who’s kidding who? This is a rip-off. Avoid this at all costs.

Darkman
Darkman
19 days ago

Definitely price gouging. It wasn’t this high during the run on ammo in 2016. When everyone thought HildaBeast was going to win.

Carbuilder
Carbuilder
17 days ago
Reply to  Darkman

In my opinion Palmetto has been price gouging on most of their parts too. Count me as a FORMER customer.

Last edited 17 days ago by Carbuilder
GUNS r US
GUNS r US
17 days ago
Reply to  Carbuilder

I’ve been a FORMER customer for almost a year now for the same reasons!
It’s pathetic what the firearm and bullet manufacturing industries have/are doing now. Almost seems they are ALL far left commicrats.
So much for standing with the 2nd amendment patriots, money over (all) matters 🙁

Knute
Knute
19 days ago

WOW! .223mm? That’s even less than the dreaded .9mm! What’s it for? Gnats, or mosquitoes? 🙂

Heed the Call-up
Heed the Call-up
17 days ago
Reply to  Knute

Let me know when they have a sale on the .357mm mag. LOL