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American Sniper Range, 9mm, FMJ, 124 Grain Ammo Sale

USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Sportsman’s Guide has new inventory on American Sniper Range, 9mm, FMJ, 124 Grain, 1,000 Rounds and On Sale for $550.99 with FREE Shipping for Club members. That is $0.55 each a round and the free shipping makes this a good buy. This ammunition is made by STV. They also have 500, 250 & 50 rounds lots on the same page!

American Sniper Range, 9mm, FMJ, 124 Grain, 1,000 Rounds

“American Sniper” Chris Kyle was passionate about his personal use of quality ammunition—whether in the field, at the range, or while serving his country. American Sniper® Brand Ammo performs to that same high standard, shot after shot.

Key Specifications

Item Number: 720261
Mfg. Number: A9SCO
Caliber: 9mm
Bullet Weight: 124 grain
Bullet Style: Full Metal Jacket
Muzzle Velocity: 1,181 FPS
Muzzle Energy: NA
Case Type: Brass
Primer Type: Boxer, reloadable
Corrosive: No
Rounds: 1,000

Ammo Deals: American Sniper Range, 9mm, FMJ, 124 Grain, 1,000 Rounds On Sale FREE S&H

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Hitthe10
Hitthe10
23 days ago

This is nowhere close to a deal! $.55/rnd? Why the 17¢/rnd markup? White box Winchester 124 gr. is just as good and less than 55¢. Same with Magtech. Why does Ammoland think this is OK?
Ammoland, start looking out for users, not advertisers.

Dogma Factor
Dogma Factor
23 days ago

Gougers now Ammoland is selling memberships to Sportsman Guide. Total price equals ammo plus membership, what a goug of a deal!

Grigori
Grigori
24 days ago

If Sportsman’s Guide were worth a s – – t, which they do not appear to be, they would offer to fulfill my order of 1,000 rds of Winchester 9mm NATO for $237.49 using this product, which has been on backorder since July of 2020 and the current projected fulfillment date is June of 2022.

Autsin Miller III
Autsin Miller III
23 days ago
Reply to  Grigori

I agree with you. I was a member for quite a while. Bought a lot of ammo from them over the years. Then when the shortage hit, they put three different orders of mine on back order. When I saw them selling the same product but at twice the price and my order is still out there, I dropped my membership. I will never buy from them again. And for those of you who wonder if I think they should have taken a loss and sold me the product below market – yes. I didn’t make them offer the product… Read more »

Grigori
Grigori
23 days ago

Absolutely, Sir! They had the nerve a while back to ask if I wanted to renew my “Buyers’ Club” membership. I don’t think so!

Last edited 23 days ago by Grigori