Ammo Deal: GECO 5.56 NATO 55 Grain FMJ 50rd WhiteBox $27.99 No Purchase Limit INSTOCK

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GECO 5.56 NATO 55 Grain FMJ 50rd WhiteBox Deal
GECO 5.56 NATO 55 Grain FMJ 50rd WhiteBox Deal

USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Palmetto State Armory has new inventory that is shipping right now of RUAG Ammotec's GECO 5.56 NATO 55 Grain FMJ ammunition in 50 round White Box for $27.99 with no purchase limits. This will also sell out so get on it fast. Here is where I would tell you to check prices with other links… but I can not find any?Buy Now Gun Deals

Specially designed for fully and semiautomatic weapons, RUAG provides high-performance 5.56x45mm cartridges with high performance over a longer range (300 m). Ammotec products outperform NATO requirements concerning accuracy according to the multi-caliber manual of proof and inspection (MCMOPI). For NATO it is important to ensure that the member states can exchange ammunition which guarantees a minimum of reliability and constancy.

  • Bullet Style: Full Metal Jacket
  • Caliber/Gauge: 5.56x45mm NATO
  • Bullet Weight: 55 grain
  • Muzzle Energy: 1780 ft.lbs.
  • Muzzle Velocity: 3281 fps
  • Case Material: Brass
  • Application: Training/Target
  • Packaging Quantity: 50/Box

While high demands are imposed on the ammunition, RUAG always strives to clearly surpass the specified quality.

Ammo Deal: GECO 5.56 NATO 55 Grain FMJ 50rd WhiteBox $27.99 No Purchase Limit INSTOCK

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1MOA2Day
1MOA2Day
27 days ago

It’s not in stock, so the price doesn’t even matter. But yes, it’s simply gouging.

Don
Don
29 days ago

Come on guys, that is a rip off. Sure there is something to the supply and demand side of economics, but this is down right gouging. I paid big bucks last week at $0.40 per round when it is usually $0.30 when there isn’t a sale going. Make a 25% profit, not 40%.

Carbuilder
Carbuilder
28 days ago
Reply to  Don

Unfortunately Palmetto has been doing that a lot, even their build kits. I’m done buying from them.

Last edited 28 days ago by Carbuilder
RoyD
RoyD
30 days ago

That’s exactly four times what I paid for Rem 223 55gr at Wal-Mart last December. I bought 2000 rounds at 14 cents a round. Of course that was then and this is now.