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Federal XML93 5.56 Ammo 55 Grain FMJ Ammo Can Sale

USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Bereli with new inventory on Federal XM193 5.56 Ammo in 55 Grain FMJ, 400 rounds, and an Ammo Can for $274.99 with FREE shipping after a coupon code. That is $0.687 each a round.

Federal XM193 5.56 Ammo 55 Grain FMJ

Federal 5.56 ammunition is loaded with Lake City brass and specifically designed for all your target shooting, training, and plinking needs. This ammunition is new production, non-corrosive, in boxer-primed, brass cases, 55 grain, with FMJ-BT. Get 400 rounds of accuracy and power!

Manufacturer: Federal Premium
Caliber: 5.56×45
Bullet Weight: 55 gr
Bullet Type: FMJ
Quantity: 400 Rounds

Ammo Deals: 400 rounds Federal XM193 5.56 55grn FMJ 400 Round +Can $274.99 FREE S&H

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Shepherd66

There is generally no difference between XM193 and M193. Most of the XM193 ammo is made specifically for commercial pack and never tested against mil-spec, though it is made the same as the milspec ammo.

musicman44mag

28 days ago I asked what does XM stand for. There has to be something to the designation or it wouldn’t be there.

Shepherd66

There is generally no difference between XM193 and M193. Most of the XM193 ammo is made specifically for commercial pack and never tested against mil-spec, though it is made the same as the milspec ammo.

musicman44mag

Thank you for the info. I would buy it but not at this price. I appreciate you taking time to answer my question.
Have a good one.

Wild Bill

Not speaking to this specific ammunition, but only generally the military designation M means model, and X means experimental. Thus I would read XM 123 as meaning model 123 (experimental).

musicman44mag

Thanks, Wild Bill. Sounds like that makes sense. I wonder what the experiment was..

swmft

how much they can get for it

Terry

Not a deal at all, equates to $687.00 a thousand, before taxes. Cheap ploy!

musicman44mag

Ok, does the designation of XML stand for. Xploding Military Load 93 times more deadly than a regular bullet? Does it have a nitro core rather than a steel core?

Sellers of merchandise are always trying to make something old sound new when it is the same old thing under a different name. I wonder if that is the case here.

Last edited 11 months ago by musicman44mag
swmft

at these prices ,and the 1$ per round of frangible I am rich wow. sad part I dont see 10$ a box 9mm and 1000 rounds 55 gr 556 for123$ with ammo can ever coming back. you cant even get primers for less than 13cents each 24$ a thousand is gone

musicman44mag

Ok Braydon. A couple of things. You are very correct on your explanation of the differences between 5.56 and the 223. The only correction that needs to be made is information that you might not be able to get or find and were never told. 223 was the American round. The “military” as you state made the 5.56 but it sounds as if you think is was the American military that made it. That’s where the learning curve comes. America had the 223 and the Europeans came out with the 5.56 specifically so they could shoot our ammo at us… Read more »

Last edited 11 months ago by musicman44mag