Ammo InStock: PMC Ammunition Bronze 223Rem 55Grn FMJBT 1000 Rd $535.99 FREE S&H

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USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Rainier Arms has 1000 round cases (also 500 rounds for $241.99) of PMC Ammunition Bronze 223Rem 55Grn FMJBT Ammunition for $535.99 in-stock and shipping FREE. That is $0.535 each a round and a decent price for shipping-now ammo in today’s market. These will sell out. If that happens out check a similar deal over here.

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Ammo InStock: PMC Ammunition Bronze 223Rem 55Grn FMJBT Ammunition 1000 Rd $535.99

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Jennifer
Jennifer
4 days ago

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Terry
Terry
20 days ago

Folks just need to stop purchasing at these stupid prices. They will come down

JH1961
JH1961
20 days ago

It’s STILL $200 per 1,000rds TOO HIGH.

Dogma Factor
Dogma Factor
23 days ago

This ammo is imported from South Korea. PMC stands for Poongsan Manufacturing Corporation. So I guess they have an ammo shortage in South Korea as well or this is plain old simple GOUGING!

Ansel Hazen
Ansel Hazen
23 days ago

Good to see prices coming down at least. Not quite what I just paid for a case of LC stamped Federal .223. but definitely in the right direction.

BudZ Gun Shop did a boo boo and put up 1K cases loose for $439. It lasted a few hours I’m told until some yahoo called to see if the price was real. I watched it jump to $649 about 30 min after I checked out. They did honor the price. Came in a week and I split it with less fortunate friends.

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Dogma Factor
Dogma Factor
24 days ago

Do you notice how these so called deals keep getting recycled on Ammoland? This was posted first seven months ago, then a month later and again now. We just can’t get gouged enough once so why not again and again.

Last edited 24 days ago by Dogma Factor
Dogma Factor
Dogma Factor
24 days ago

Somebody’s crazy thinking that this is a good deal, it’s nothing but gouging at that price. PMC stands for Poongsan Manufacturing Corporation in South Korea just in case you don’t know that is imported ammo.

fireball4
fireball4
24 days ago

The last time I bought PMC Bronze, I reluctantly dished out 29 cents apiece.

1MOA2Day
1MOA2Day
7 months ago

Probably haven’t seen the cap just yet. If you really want to get upset, look a prices on “Cheaper than Dirt”

Dogma Factor
Dogma Factor
1 month ago
Reply to  1MOA2Day

That’s why the Texas AG has filled gouging charges against them.

Ryben Flynn
Ryben Flynn
7 months ago

Why can’t they just say $800? “Psychological pricing (also price ending, charm pricing) is a pricing and marketing strategy based on the theory that certain prices have a psychological impact. In this pricing method, retail prices are often expressed as just-below numbers: numbers that are just a little less than a round number, e.g. $19.99 or £2.98. There is evidence that consumers tend to perceive just-below prices (also referred to as “odd prices”) as being lower than they actually are, tending to round to the next lowest monetary unit. Thus, prices such as $1.99 may to some degree be associated… Read more »

musicman44mag
musicman44mag
23 days ago
Reply to  Ryben Flynn

LOL, I look at that and automatically round it up to what it really is and then deduct 10% because I know there is always more than that profit in anything you buy retail. It’s all a rip off no matter what you buy and the guy doing all the work to make it or get it is not the big money person, its the guy in the middle that makes the most bucks. It’s like Optics Planet. They sell you something they don’t have and then they order it from where you should have been able to get it… Read more »