Ammo InStock: Igman 9mm 124gr FMJ Ammo 250rd-$99.99 or 1000rd-$399.99 INSTOCK

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Igman 9mm 124gr FMJ Ammunition August 2021
Igman 9mm 124gr FMJ Ammunition

USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Ammunition prices continue to drop!

Rainier Arms has back in stock 250 round cases of Igman 9mm 124gr FMJ Ammunition for just $99.99 a box. Your shipping satisfaction may vary. That is $0.399 each a round. What 250 rounds is not enough? Rainier also has 1000 boxes on the same page.

Igman 9mm 124gr FMJ AmmunitionBuy Now Gun Deals

Manufactured by Igman. Igman has been producing the highest quality ammo for 60+ years in their Bosnian manufacturing plant. This same 9mm ammo is sold and used by several European NATO countries and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Specifications:

Caliber: 9mm
Velocity: 1,200 ft/sec
Brass Casing
Full Metal Jacket – Lead Core Projectile
Sealed – Non Corrosive Primer
Boxer Primed

Ammo InStock: Igman 9mm 124gr FMJ Ammunition 250rd Case $99.99

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JNew
JNew
30 days ago

We’ll never get back to normal until we let the shelves fill up first. #resistTemptation!

Ryben Flynn
Ryben Flynn
1 month ago

My local Walmart in Conway SC ammo shelf It used to 4 wide, now only 2 wide.
The ammo that is there is Winchester White Box 7.62X51, 20 rounds for $21.32. A few 12 gauge shells in the other cabinet.

Ryben Flynn
Ryben Flynn
1 month ago
Reply to  Ryben Flynn

Federal and Remington.

swmft
swmft
2 months ago

dont think we will get back to $18 per 100 but 20-25 may happen the raw materials have pushed prices and transport we are not paying trump prices for gas

Laddyboy
Laddyboy
4 months ago

These prices are beginning to come into line with the REAL prices.

wjd
wjd
4 months ago
Reply to  Laddyboy

Try to buy primers and powder. Some places want to limit each purchase to 1000 primers that will cause a 400% increase. 25 dollars hazmat plus shipping on every order. For the powder, you may only get 1 lb that you need the rest out of stock. If you are lucky to find it. So now a pound of powder can run 75 to 100 dollars. 1000 primers 110.00 to 120.00. My first 100 primers were $1.25 that was a high price. My first lb. of Herc 2400 $2,40 IIRC. Midway has 1000 Winchester primers listed at 70.00 plus hazmat… Read more »

Ryben Flynn
Ryben Flynn
1 month ago
Reply to  wjd

I have 2500 and change CCI #200 LRP, 1400 and change CCI #400 SRP, 200 CCI #300 LPP, 100+ CCI #500 SPP and 100 CCI #550 Magnum SPP.
I have brass and bullets, but very limited powder.
Less than pound of H322, less than a pound of CFEBLK, and 460 grains of Trail Boss.
I have 400 Hornady .224″ 75gr. BTHP but no H335 to load them.