Ammo InStock: PMC Bronze 223 Rem 55 Grain FMJ Ammunition 1000 Rounds $510.00

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PMC Bronze 223 Rem 55 Grain FMJ Ammunition 1000 Rounds Sale
PMC Bronze 223 Rem 55 Grain FMJ Ammunition 1000 Rounds Sale

USA – -( has a decent price on PMC Bronze 223 Rem 55 Grain FMJ Ammunition, 1000 Rounds for $510.00. That is $0.51 each a round before shipping.

PMC Bronze 223 Rem 55 Grain FMJ Ammunition

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PMC 223 Rem/5.56×45 (AR-15) 55 Grain Full Metal Jacket is ideal for Range shooting. This 223 Rem/5.56×45 (AR-15) ammunition from PMC is factory new ammo that is non-corrosive and reloadable with a brass case and boxer primer. Available at True Shot Gun Club online at cheap, discount prices. PMC 223 Rem/5.56×45 (AR-15) 55 Grain Full Metal Jacket is designed to the highest quality standards.

About PMC Ammunition

Precision Made Cartridges (PMC) was formed in 1973 to provide the South Korean military will their ammunition needs. Since then, PMC has become a vertically integrated supplier manufacturing all of its own components resulting in some of the highest quality ammunition in the world. All PMC sporting ammunition is produced to either SAAMI or US Military Specifications. Their quality control standards are governed by ISO Standards. PMC brands include; Bronze – Reliable performance from serious competition to casual paper punching, SFX – Hyper-expansion for professional defense, eRange- enjoy extended practice in confined spaces, X-TAC – Designed and manufactured as if your life depended on it and X-TAC Match – uncompromising performance and quality for the competition shooter.

Ammo InStock: PMC Bronze 223 Rem 55 Grain FMJ Ammunition 1000 Rounds $510.00

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Dogma Factor

Gougers this stuff is imported from South Korea, so I guess they don’t have a ammo shortage over there. Which brings up the question why are they charging us so much over here?


Because it is a worldwide market.

Because a large number of Americans are in fear of government employees and rather than becoming politically involved, they buy ammo.

Because they want more ammo, and they want it immediately, the price has risen to reflect that demand.

This has all been explained to you many times, but you continue to sit in the corner drooling and pounding your fists on the floor.

Dogma Factor

Apparently your not getting the point. South Korea like other importing nations, excluding Russia now that there sanctioned, are taking advantage of the American consumer given our current pricing of ammo. Almost all of the importing nations ban or limit civilian ownership of munitions, thus their is not home market for it. Their major consumer Market Is America. Their cost of production and importation has not increased enough to justify current retail pricing other than they are making larger profit margins. A lot of these munitions are being produced in state-sponsored ammunition plants. Thus foreign governments are taking advantage of… Read more »


Dogma Factor, It’s you who doesn’t get the point. There is a worldwide market for ammunition. At any given time, the demand in certain countries may increase and therefore the price in those countries will increase. Manufacturers in other countries will shift their shipments to the countries where they can make the most profit. You keep trying to make the case that selling price should be based on the cost of production. It’s not. Selling price is based on the price consumers are willing to pay. If a manufacturer’s cost is higher than what consumers will pay, they will eventually… Read more »


I replied to you, but it is on hold. Here’s a short version.

  • You don’t understand how markets work.
  • Price is based on what consumers are willling to pay – not on the cost of production.
  • Manufacturers will shift sales to those countries where they can maximize their profit.
  • Your sense of entitlement is weird.
  • Are you a retired government employee?

Dogma Factor, Are you going to wait 9 more days before replying with “but, it’s not fair – their cost of production didn’t go up!” You keep trying to portray Americans as willing to “overpay” and manufacturers as “greedy.” There is a clearing price for ammo. That current price is higher than you are willing to pay. The ammo is worth more to other people, so they are paying the price. The people buying ammo today are not “overpaying” – they are paying the price it is worth to them given the current situation. The price you are willing to… Read more »