Ammo InStock: Sellier & Bellot, 9mm Luger, FMJ, 124Grn, 250 Rounds $166.24 FREE S&H

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Sellier & Bellot, 9mm Luger, FMJ, 124Grn, 250 Round Sale
Sellier & Bellot, 9mm Luger, FMJ, 124Grn, 250 Round Sale

USA – -( Sportsman’s Guide just listed some Sellier & Bellot, 9mm Luger, FMJ, 124 Grain ammunition for sale in assorted quantities like 250 rounds, for $166.24 with FREE shipping. That is $0.664 each a round. They also have 115 grain 9mm in-stock and shipping.

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Key Specifications

  • Item Number: 186222
  • Caliber: 9mm Luger, also known as 9x19mm and 9mm Parabellum
  • Bullet Weight: 124 gr.
  • Bullet Type: Full metal jacket
  • Case: Brass
  • Corrosive: No
  • Reloadable: Yes
  • Primer: Boxer
  • Muzzle Velocity: 1,080 FPS
  • Muzzle Energy: 328 ft.-lbs.
  • Mfg. Number: SB9

Smooth feeding, always reliable!

Ammo InStock: Sellier & Bellot, 9mm Luger, FMJ, 124Grn, 250 Rounds $166.24 FREE S&H

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87 cents a round is still a non starter. Thanks I’ll wait until sanity returns..


Oh my lord, only four times what it should be going for.


When I saw 220/box I thought – wow a decent price…
Then I saw it’s just a quarter box 🙁
Would be willing to pay 220/1k at this point.


Is this a good (fair) price?




Surely you jest.

Dogma Factor

Oh boy they just keep gouging their customers!


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 combined with cellulose, make nitrocellulose. Ninety-nine percent of all small-arms ammunition used in Afghanistan and Iraq contains nitrocellulose produced at this facility. Finally, the primer in most cartridges is made from over 13 different chemicals, which are mixed at the Lake City plant. Lake City manufactures the primers for all… Read more »

Dogma Factor

So what’s your point? CCI and others aren’t setting around waiting for LC nor is any other primer manufacturer. Same goes for powder manufacturers. They aren’t dependent upon RAA for base materials. Military contracts and Supply chain requirements are totally different from civilian consumer. We aren’t worried about how to prime and fill a 105 mm howitzer round, nor a 40 mm self propelled grenade let alone loading for the 20mm Vulcan with depleted uranium armor piercing projectiles.