Ammo In Stock: 1,000 Rounds of Winchester 5.56mm NATO Ammunition $859.99

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1,000 Rounds of Winchester 5.56mm NATO Ammunition Deal
1,000 Rounds of Winchester 5.56mm NATO Ammunition Deal

U.S.A.-(AmmoLand.com)- Brownells has 1,000 Rounds of Winchester 5.56mm Full Metal Jacket in 55-grain and 62-grain (150 round packs) ammo in stock! We know the prices are not great but finding ammo is only getting harder, move on this before it is out of stock.

1,000 Rounds of Winchester 5.56mm $859.99

High-volume shooters love the performance of Winchester® White Box Ammo. It features top-quality Winchester components and that means you get fabulous reliability, flawless functioning and exceptional accuracy, all at a price that won’t put bullet holes in your budget. Order today!

Key Specifications

  • Brand Style: USA
  • Bullet Style: Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
  • Bullet Weight (Grains): 55 and 62
  • Cartridge: 5.56 mm NATO
  • Muzzle Energy: 1235
  • Muzzle Velocity (feet per second): 3180
  • Rounds: 1000

It does not expand on impact, which makes it great for target shooting. Get some and get on the range.

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Terry
Terry
28 days ago

Stop buy it. went by our local academy, which has a cart full of ammo behind the counter That they dowel out (2) boxes at a time, asked what they were going for, on a few of the calibers, i said “still twice what it should be” and walked a way. You can do it tell them it is to high, and just walk a way. I had a clay shoot coming up and bought just what i needed rather than the case of shells which i usually do. The shot gun shells were 2.50/box more than they should be.… Read more »

RoyD
RoyD
28 days ago
Reply to  Terry

I want to but I am going to refrain this time. Some people and their children.

Gdubb
Gdubb
1 month ago

Demand is high, and prices will meet demand. It has to. This is normal and understandable. However, if manufacturing is in full swing like they say, where TF is all the ammunition going? It sure AF isn’t going to stores. Even powder, primers, brass, and projectiles are impossible to find. And the shortage has been going on FAR too long to be explained away as simply as many have attempted. If this were simply a supply/demand issue, it would have been AT LEAST partially rectified within a few months MAX. We are being lied to my friends. I smell bullshit.

Charlie Foxtrot
Charlie Foxtrot
1 month ago
Reply to  Gdubb

Line up at 7AM at your local sporting goods store on ammo delivery day and you will find out where all the ammo is going. Certain people are hoarding ammo. Until that stops, this ammo shortage is going to continue.

Bozz
Bozz
28 days ago

Those folks aren’t hoarding ammo. They are buying it and reselling it at inflated prices. They are scalpers, not hoarders.

Charlie Foxtrot
Charlie Foxtrot
26 days ago
Reply to  Bozz

That too, but there are many wannabe preppers out there as well.

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
1 month ago
Reply to  Gdubb

Gdubb – 2/20/21: “Demand is high, and prices will meet demand. It has to. This is normal and understandable. However, if manufacturing is in full swing like they say, where TF is all the ammunition going? It sure AF isn’t going to stores. Even powder, primers, brass, and projectiles are impossible to find. And the shortage has been going on FAR too long to be explained away as simply as many have attempted. If this were simply a supply/demand issue, it would have been AT LEAST partially rectified within a few months MAX. We are being lied to my friends.… Read more »

Last edited 1 month ago by JSNMGC
Arny
Arny
26 days ago
Reply to  JSNMGC

I call BS. This may effect some sales but not all. Even imported ammo not there. Some Russian ammo just started seeing again. And how about reloading supplies ? Big demand but none to be had. Actually a lot of companies have DISCONTINUED. So they have one of the best markets to sell to. And now discontinue products. Not every state shutdown. Or Countries.

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
23 days ago
Reply to  Arny

Arny, You call BS on what? The demand for ammo by US consumers is higher than domestic production and quantities typically imported. Ammo is available for sale everyday. This very website shows you were you can buy it and have it shipped to your door. You could also ask your local dealer when they get deliveries and wait for an hour before the store opens. There are other ways to get ammo as well, but it will cost you even more than the advertised prices. You wrote that a lot of companies have “DISCONTINUED” – discontinued what? Your last four… Read more »

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
23 days ago
Reply to  Arny

Posted a reply, but it’s on hold.

Arny
Arny
26 days ago
Reply to  Gdubb

I wonder where these manufacturers get their components needed ? And who controls the imports of the components needed ? It’s not hard to read between the lines. Do you see the same amount of imported ammo ? How many companies have Govt contracts that involve their needed components ? The main ingredient used in all small-arms ammunition propellants is nitrocellulose. The Radford Army Ammunition Plant in Virginia is the sole producer of this essential ingredient for all propellants used throughout the Army’s ammunition industrial base. Radford has an acid-concentrator facility that produces the nitric and sulphuric acids that, when… Read more »

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
23 days ago
Reply to  Arny

Arny,

You have written about ATK before and I let you know at that time that ATK hasn’t existed for seven years.

They sold their sporting goods (including ammo) business to Vista Outdoor and the rest of the company (aerospace and defense) was merged with Orbital Sciences Corporation.

Ammunition is being produced and sold into the consumer channel at a rate that exceeds 2017, 2018, and 2019.

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
23 days ago
Reply to  Arny

Posted a reply, but it’s on hold.

Oldman
Oldman
1 month ago

This is how I think all gun manufacturers and ammunition sites should weed out every person coming to their site:

https://fenixammo.com/

CatBeard
CatBeard
1 month ago

This SUPPOSED ammunition “shortage” due to “unprecedented demand “because of high numbers of new gun owners buying guns and ammo? Yet, manufacturers *claim* the aforementioned factors, inability to keep up with the demands due to the nature of the business, the length of time needed to train new factory workers, the need for restraint before making decisions for building new production lines and facilities to see where the market is going, raw materials shortages, and primer shortages. These manufacturers also *claim* to be running at full capacity, 24-7, and training new staff, as well as promising that they’re “hiding nothing”,… Read more »

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
1 month ago
Reply to  CatBeard

The ammo is being produced – it’s not just a “claim.”

Most of the ammo is not being sold to the government.

There is a website that shows you where you can buy ammo – it is updated everyday.

Ammo is expensive because demand is significantly higher than it was in 2019.

Demand is high because people are afraid.

RoyD
RoyD
1 month ago
Reply to  CatBeard

Catbeard, you must be new to the “gun world.” If you are not then you haven’t been paying attention over the last thirty years. Pay attention this time, maybe you will learn something.

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
1 month ago
Reply to  CatBeard

CatBeard, Big-Government-Terry, Don, JDT, Buehler, Buehler, anyone, anyone?