Ammo InStock: PMC X-TAC 5.56MM 62gr LAP Ammunition 600rd Battlepack $354.95 FREE S&H

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PMC X-TAC 5.56MM 62gr LAP Ammunition Battlepack Sale nov2021

USA – -( Rainier Arms has 600 round BattlePacks of PMC X-TAC 5.56MM 62gr LAP Ammunition for $354.95 in-stock and shipping now for FREE.

That is $0.591 each a round in easy-to-carry super-durable, made-to-survive, air-tight, water-proof, battle packs for when SHTF.

PMC Ammunition X-TAC 5.56MM 62gr LAP Ammunition

Product Type Ammunition
Manufacturer PMC Ammunition
Option 600 Rounds
Caliber 5.56 NATO

Ammo InStock: PMC X-TAC 5.56MM 62gr LAP Ammunition 600rd Battlepack $354.95 FREE S&H

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Anyone hear the term; “PRICE GOUGING”??


We’re getting closer to acceptable prices. But we’re not there yet. Hold off, people.


Working price down by about $60. Not quite double the price. Buy a box at a time, bulk purchase still a month or so away

Ryben Flynn

I don’t care about ammo in stock. I NEED POWDER!


You are prolonging the problem.



Dogma Factor

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!

WI Patriot

It’s not going to get any cheaper, so you may as well get what you can, while you can, before you can’t…
And PMC stands for “Precision-Made Cartridges”, which is a division of Poongsan Metal Mfg. Co. Ltd.


It’s already getting cheaper, and with manufacturing ramping up to exploit the high prices it’s going to get cheaper still, ceteris paribus (unless something else big happens).


It most certainly *is* getting cheaper. Please pay attention.


It’s not “gouging”, it’s supply and demand. Unless prices are allowed to fluctuate, you end up with permanent rationing. Would you rather have rationing?


I think it may be a little of both. There is more of a demand but, I think they’re trying to use some kind of “voodoo” like the “forecasting” they do for oil and gas.


It doesn’t matter how much ammo they have in South Korea if the ships can’t get into port. Honestly, I don’t believe there is any less ammo available today than there was a couple of years ago. There’s just a lot more people wanting to buy it. The supply didn’t increase but, the demand did. That’s why the price went up. I haven’t bought ammo for a while. Instead, I’ve been reloading but now, I’m running out of primers and powders. I’m going to have to cut back on my range time or, increase the time between shots to stretch… Read more »