Ammo Deals: Rainier Remanufactured 9mm 147gr Subsonic FMJ 250rnd $159.99 FREE S&H

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Rainier Remanufactured 9mm 147gr Subsonic FMJ Ammo Sale May2021
Rainier Remanufactured 9mm 147gr Subsonic FMJ Ammo

USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Rainier Arms has a great price on Rainier Munitions Remanufactured 9mm, 147 grain, Subsonic FMJ Ammunition, 250 round count box for $159.99 with FREE ground shipping. That is $0639 each a round shipped and the best price we have seen in months. Note this is reloaded brass.

Rainier Munitions Remanufactured 9mm 147gr Subsonic FMJ AmmunitionBuy Now Gun Deals

Rainier Arms Munitions is locally renowned for accuracy and reliability.

Specifications:

  • Subsonic
  • Matching/Once Fired Commercial Headstamped Brass
  • Hornady 147 Full Metal Jacket Round Nose (FMJ RN) projectile
  • Clean Burning Powder
  • Indoor Range Brass

We make re-manufactured ammunition with some of the highest quality components on the market today.

Ammo Deals: Rainier Remanufactured 9mm 147gr Subsonic FMJ 250rnd $159.99 FREE S&H

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Captain A
Captain A
10 days ago

they are keeping the price high until they get it passed that you can’t ge ammo over the internet anymore.

Ryben Flynn
Ryben Flynn
10 days ago

I can load those for 20¢ a round. Only because 147gr. cost more than 124 gr. LRN.

Last edited 10 days ago by Ryben Flynn
aquadude2
aquadude2
10 days ago

I take it you flunked math. $250 divided by 150 equals $0.60 a round

Terry
Terry
10 days ago

2.75 time what it was 14 months ago. Come on guys just stop buying this stuff. It has come down just penny’s.

Note that about all you see are gun accessories and gun sells. Folks have gotten the message that all these things are paper weights without ammo. IF they truly are manuf. ammo in record amounts we are not seeing stuff on the selves and no bulk sells seem to advertised. Stop purchasing at ridiculous prices are they will not come down.

musicman44mag
musicman44mag
10 days ago
Reply to  Terry

Have you noticed that 200 rounds is now bulk ammo and the cost is double the amount it was for 350 rounds last year? It’s the same song and dance we had 4 years ago. Remington 525 was 17-19 bucks. Then it went up to 60 and some jerks were selling for 90. Then all of a sudden the bulk pack changed to 250 rounds maybe 325 and the price was 32 dollars. Yep, they learned in the past what they could do and get away with it and they are doing the same thing again. I am thinking about… Read more »

Cruiser
Cruiser
10 days ago

60 cents a round for reloads, really?
Come back when you’re serious.

Last edited 10 days ago by Cruiser