Ammo InStock: Federal American Eagle, 9mm, FMJ, 124 Grain, 50 Rounds $37.04 FREE S&H

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Federal American Eagle, 9mm, FMJ, 124 Grain, 50 Rounds April2021
Federal American Eagle, 9mm, FMJ, 124 Grain, 50 Rounds

USA – -( Sportsmans Guide has in stock, at the time of this post, Federal American Eagle, 9mm, FMJ, 124 Grain ammo in 50 round boxes for $37.04. Free shipping on orders $49.00+! That is $0.74 each a round. This is in stock and shipping now, no pre-order BS.

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  • Key Specifications
  • Item Number: 12087
  • Mfg. Number: AE9AP
  • UPC: 029465088569
  • Caliber: 9mm
  • Bullet Weight: 124 grain
  • Bullet Type: Full Metal Jacket
  • Muzzle Velocity: 1,150 FPS
  • Muzzle Energy: 365 ft.-lbs.
  • Case Type: Brass
  • Primer Type: Boxer, reloadable
  • Corrosive: No
  • Rounds: 50

Ammo InStock: Federal American Eagle, 9mm, FMJ, 124 Grain, 50 Rounds $37.04

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I was buying the same ammo for $9.00 a box a few months ago. No way in hell am I paying this price gouging, profiteering, bullsh*t, highway robbery price. The sellers should be ashamed! I will not be doing any future business with Sportsman’s Guide at all, and I hope everyone else here will do the same and shop elsewhere.


SOLD OUT!!! Totally insane – $0.683 a round…


Not a fair price. Go elsewhere. I purchased 9s at Cabela’s last week for $10.99.


Sportsman Guide scalps everyone who buys from them even if the give free shipping with >49$. You can buy everything they have in stock at 25 to50% off if you spend a bit of time on the internet! You buy their membership you lose!!


Is there no shame. Three times the price it should be.


For this cost, these rounds can sit on the shelf and corrode!!!


SG has become the LEADER in price gouging. I get you don’t have to buy yada yada. I’m just saying they used to be about deals. Now they’re the most expensive place to buy ammo.

Scotty Gunn

Utter scalping. Costs might have risen a whisker, now it is just gouging. Normally would be 10ish per box for the better brands.


YGBSM ! 70 cents for 9mm FMJ, where it could be had for less than 20 cents 8 months ago….?

AZ Lefty

Does that include a kiss and some Vaseline?
Last week I got 124Gr CCI Brass for 19.99 at Sportsman’s Warehouse-17.99 before the panic. Seems Sportsman Guide is going the Cheaper than Dirt route

Last edited 1 year ago by AZ Lefty

Nope…. This one is BONE DRY !

Dave in Fairfax

Thanks, at least now I’m standing w/o hurting my nose.


So, what about my “waiting for approval” post in this thread?

Dave in Fairfax


I think I just took care your posts. I’ve been pretty sick since the 6th and it’s slowed me down.

Autsin Miller III

Hope you are better soon Dave, thanks for all you do here.


Guess that explains why I’ve been seeing so much spam lately. Amazing how much one appreciates what they had when it is gone. Welcome back, hope you feel better, and selfishly hoping you catch back up on the spammers 🙂

Dave in Fairfax

Finnky and everybody else who commented,
Thanks, “I’m feeling much better now.” %-)
We are getting an increased number of foreign spammers, we’re gonna need a bigger wall.


Well, we have at least five people who are unhappy about how commerce works. In the past week my youngest son, not really into guns, had two friends who wanted some 9mm. He asked me and I let go of an extremely small amount of my cast bullets reload stash. Six hundred rounds. And the price was $10.00 a box. That is still twice what it cost me to load it. It is also one fourth of what I had loaded in the past two weeks. My main concern was that it was not going to just be “blasted” downrange.… Read more »

Scotty Gunn

Selling reloads is not wise. Need a license to sell reloaded ammo (ammo manufacture), need to collect excise tax, and mostly liability insurance. You are assuming all of the liability-from it blowing up (even if it is their fault) to being used in a shooting. As long as they can talk to people and follow it back to you, you will be liable.
I have been loading lots of hollow points and people are asking if I have any-“sorry, don’t have any, all out”.


That’s ok, you do you. I have been loading my own ammo for over 50 years but thanks for the advice.


Do they have no shame? At most these are $12 a box.