Ammo Deal: 1000rds American Eagle 5.56mm 55gr FMJBT Loose Pack $799.99 ($0.799each)

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American Eagle 5.56mm 55gr FMJBT Loose Pack Deal november2020
American Eagle 5.56mm 55gr FMJBT Loose Pack Deal

USA – -( Palmetto State Armory has in stock and shipping now a 1000 rounds of American Eagle 5.56mm 55gr FMJBT Loose Pack (XM193) Ammunition for $799.99 a case. That is $0.799 each a round and that is an expected price for in-stock and shipping-now, pre-election ammunition. Not that there is any but you can compare prices here !Buy Now Gun Deals

American Eagle 5.56mm 55 Grain FMJBT Ammunition, 1000 Rounds Loose Pack – XM193BK

Federal XM193BK 5.56 1000rd Case

XM193 product is first run, first quality product manufactured at Lake City Army Ammunition Plant for Federal Cartridge. All XM193 product is the same regardless of the sku or part number. (ie. XM193C is the same as XM193F, XM193CBP and etc…) The only difference is the package configuration.

1000rds American Eagle 5.56mm 55gr FMJBT Loose Pack $799.99 that is $0.799 each

1000rds American Eagle 5.56mm 55gr FMJBT Loose Pack:

American Eagle 5.56mm 55gr FMJBT Loose Pack Deal Cart Check 11/12/2020:

American Eagle 5.56mm 55gr FMJBT Loose Pack Deal Cart Check november2020
American Eagle 5.56mm 55gr FMJBT Loose Pack Deal Cart Check

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How is it on nov. 15 a post dated Nov. 14 has responses dated 1,2 and 4 months ago?


One of those mysteries of life.


And to think that I paid $0.14 per round at Wal-Mart last December for the nearly 2000 rounds I purchased from them. How about that.


Just went and counted it. It was/is forty boxes of fifty rounds each. So 2000 rounds.


4 years ago I bought this at $ 300 +- now double+ Rip-Off


Friends, they will not stop raising these prices until we stop buying. Now is not the time to be stocking up. Replace what you train with as needed.


Find a Good re loader and make friends.


I’ll bet the gun-newbies will jump on this.

Commiefornia Sucks

Do you like how PSA immediately attempts to substantiate their exhorbitant price for this case of ammo?