Ammo InStock: 50 Round Boxes Winchester 9mm Luger 124grain, FMJ Ammunition $48.99

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50 Round Boxes Winchester 9mm Luger 124grain, FMJ Ammunition Deal
50 Round Boxes Winchester 9mm Luger 124grain, FMJ Ammunition

USA – -( Optics Planet has in stock and shipping 50 round boxes Winchester 9mm Luger 124grain, FMJ Ammunition for $48.99 with FREE shipping and returns.

Created to be great for target shooting and plinking, Winchester 9MM Luger 124 Grain Brass Case FMJ Ammunition was designed to be the ideal bullets for shooters of all shapes and sizes. Buy Now Gun Deals

These 9mm Luger Ammunition from the innovators at Winchester feature a full metal jacket for positive functioning and zero expansion. With reduced barrel fouling the Winchester USA White Box Ammunition requires fewer cleanings between range time. For a great way to make sure your ammo is some of the best the shooting industry has to offer, choose Winchester Full Metal Jacket Ammunition.

  • Specifications for Winchester USA HANDGUN 9mm Luger 124 grain Full Metal Jacket Brass Cased Centerfire Pistol Ammunition:
  • Caliber: 9mm Luger
  • Number of Rounds: 50
  • Bullet Type: Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
  • Bullet Weight: 124grain
  • Cartridge Case Material: Brass
  • Package Type: Box

Ammo InStock: 50 Round Boxes Winchester 9mm Luger 124grain, FMJ Ammunition $48.99

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Big Lou

No way. This ammo was $9.99 a box. We are not crazy. This is cheaper than dirt price gouging. I speak for the firearms community as a whole and say, We will not buy at these outrageous prices.


Laughing My Ass OFF.


So you untied your belly button? You know that is what is required in order to make your ass fall off, right?


The sky’s the limit, I guess.


Do they have no shame?


Conscience is required for the admission of shame! A brain that works and has morals helps too.

Dogma Factor

And the gouging continues for all….

Happy Everafter

Exactly 1 year and 2 weeks ago, I bought a 500 ct. bucket of 9mm FMJ for $0.17 per round from one of those on-line suppliers.
Just imagine the price after the communists add a 50% tax on ammo.

Last edited 1 year ago by Happy Everafter

10 times the normal price? But hey, free shipping.


OH, I got a email from Cheaper than Dirt yesterday telling me they have NATO 45 cal rounds at a discount price. 50 rounds for only $119.00. They will be keeping their rounds and I will be building my own. Just bought 230 grain Hornaday XTP projectiles for $28.49 for a hundred, 5 boxes from Optics Planet. The price was a couple bucks more per box then before all this crazy ness but still within reason.


I’ve had (2) ‘pre-orders’ of bulk (200 rds) SIG and (250 rds W-W) 9mm ammo from Opticsplanet ‘in limbo’ since October 2020. The ammo was originally expected to ship in mid-late November 2020 (W-W), and late January 2021 (SIG). I received an update yesterday informing me the ‘new’ shipping date is now April for the W-W and ‘Unknown ETA’ for the SIG. Both pre-orders had a ‘guaranteed locked-in price’ in the $100/per range. What are the odds that my pre-ordered ammo never ships?


I have used optics for years and have never had a problem.. They are always slow to ship anything but I always get it. My projectiles say 4-6 weeks. That could be mid Feb. or March. I really don’t care. I will gladly wait because I am not paying these outrageous prices. I have 5,000 CCI 400 primers that I have no intention of using. I was thinking about selling them for the going rate of 100 per box of 1,000 but then had a second thought which is, just in case of emergency and I kill off my 12,500… Read more »


Yep, similar to my by order for 1000rds at $289. In Sept – just got notice now April 21st delivery. Think I’ll Ever get them when their asking price is now $980.?????


I got caught the same way. Optics Planet accepted my order on October 5th for 200 rounds of Winchester 9mm for $64.99 that was supposed to ship in November. I’m getting the same run around. Supposed to ship in April now. Yeah right. They have no intention of filling the order. They need to honor the offer and the orders they accepted. Until then I will continue to warn people against doing business with them. They can’t be trusted to honor their offers.


Perhaps like the Texas AG has done with CTD, we should contact our respective state AGs and file complaints of ‘price-gouving during a declared emergency’.


Contact Bernie Sanders – he’s a huge advocate of government imposed price controls.