Ammo Instock: Federal American Eagle 9mm 115Grn FMJ in 100rnds $52.99 FREE S&H CODE

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Federal American Eagle 9mm 115Grn FMJ Sale july2021a
Federal American Eagle 9mm 115Grn FMJ Sale july2021a

USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Bereli.com has in-stock and shipping Federal American Eagle 9mm 115 Grain FMJ in 100 Rounds Boxes for $52.99 with FREE Shipping after coupon code “FREESHIPPING” at check out. That is $0.529 each with shipping included.

Federal American Eagle 9mm 115 Grain FMJ

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Hit your target and train harder with the proven line of American Eagle handgun ammunition. It provides performance similar to self-defense and competition loads for a familiar feel and realistic practice.

SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Brand Federal
  • Category Centerfire Handgun Rounds
  • Caliber 9mm Luger
  • Model American Eagle
  • Bullet Weight 115 gr
  • Rounds Per Box 100
  • Casing Material Brass
  • Application Recreation,Training
  • Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
  • Muzzle Energy 356 ft lbs
  • Muzzle Velocity 1180 fps

Ammo Instock: Federal American Eagle 9mm 115Grn FMJ in 100rnds $52.99 FREE S&H CODE

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Dogma Factor
Dogma Factor
7 days ago

Holly gougers Ammoland look at that outrageous price!

Last edited 7 days ago by Dogma Factor
Phil in TX
Phil in TX
7 days ago

I am not going to support price gougers. Get the price back down to where it should be and I will buy. Until then I will boycott.

Phil in TX

Arizona
Arizona
7 days ago
Reply to  Phil in TX

Yup. You can find cases of 9mm for 30 cents a round now, but that is still gouging. Last time I bought at 16 cents a round, and I won’t buy again till it gets to 20 cents or lower. Have enough to last even with regular practice, so I am in no rush.

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
7 days ago
Reply to  Phil in TX

Phil & Arizona,

I’m doing a survey for JohnLloydScharf.

The legal meaning of price gouging is sellling something for more than the government has determined is appropriate.

Do you belive the government should intervene with respect to ammo prices?

Last edited 7 days ago by JSNMGC