Ammo InStock: Winchester M855 5.56mm 62GR Green Tip Ammunition 150rds $113.95 FREES&H

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Winchester M855 5.56mm 62GR Green Tip Ammunition May2021
Winchester M855 5.56mm 62GR Green Tip Ammunition

USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Botach has in-stock and shipping 150 round boxes of Winchester M855 5.56mm 62GR Green Tip Ammunition for $113.95 a box. That is $0.759 each a round.

Winchester M855 5.56mm 62GR Green Tip AmmunitionBuy Now Gun Deals

Winchester 5.56x45mm NATO 62gr M855 SS109 FMJ Penetrator 3100 FPS 150/Box Ammo #USA855L1W. Loaded to NATO specifications. The full metal jacket bullets feature a steel core and green penetrating tip. Brass cases are reloadable.

Packaging:

  • 150 rounds bulk per box.
  • 600 rounds per case (4, 150 round boxes).

Specifications:

  • Cartridge: 5.56 Nato
  • Grain Weight: 62 Grains
  • Muzzle Velocity: 3100 Feet Per Second
  • Muzzle Energy: 1323 Foot Pounds
  • Bullet Style: GREEN-TIP Penetrator Full Metal Jacket
  • Lead Free: No
  • Case Type: Brass
  • Primer: Boxer
  • Corrosive: No

Please Note: While the 5.56x45mm will fit in a .223 Remington chamber, the 5.56 is a military round that runs at higher pressures than its .223 counterpart and is not recommended to be fired in a .223 Remington Chamber.

Packaging:

Ammo InStock: Winchester M855 5.56mm 62GR Green Tip Ammunition 150rds $113.95 FREES&H

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Terry
Terry
1 month ago

It does not matter how you package these deals, with extremely simple math, even we simple minded gun owners can figure out that more than 8 – 9 dollars a box for 5.56/223 is Too much. 5-6 dollars for 7.63/39 is too much.

we been raped for 14-15 months, stop it.

Dogma Factor
Dogma Factor
1 month ago

And the gouging continues……..

SWAMPER
SWAMPER
1 month ago

what free shipping????

Dogma Factor
Dogma Factor
1 month ago
Reply to  SWAMPER

Just add it to the cost of being gouged!

Joefriday
Joefriday
4 months ago

Creepy Joe and the circus clowns continue to erode our Constitutional rights, causing inflated prices!

Montana454Casull
8 months ago

I remember when I could buy 150 rounds of 223 – 5.56 for $30 . Glad I bought some at that price and started reloading . Today’s prices are ridiculous and way out of line . It’s called pandemic greed . Covid /Biden / BLM riot inflated prices do nothing for me personally but turn me off on all 3 contributing factors .