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Remington 9mm UMC 115Gr FMJ Mega Pack 1000rnds Sale

USA – -( has a whole lot of Remington Law Enforcement Ammo in stock and at great prices. Like Remington 9mm UMC 115Gr FMJ Mega Pack with 1000 rounds for $369.99 with FREE shipping after coupon code “FREESHIPPING” at check out. That is American-made brass ammo for $0.369 each a round with shipping, these will sell out.

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Remington 9mm UMC 115Gr FMJ Mega Pack

All UMC handgun ammunition is American-made in Lonoke, Arkansas, using first-quality, factory-fresh brass, and clean-shooting Kleanbore primers to provide the best value for practice, personal defense, and hunting. UMC handgun ammunition offers the choice of full metal-case, soft point, jacketed hollow point bullets, or leadless (leadcore bullets and lead-free primers) in several popular handgun calibers. You’d be hard-pressed to find a better value anywhere.

Ammo Deals: Remington 9mm UMC 115Gr FMJ Mega Pack 1000rnds $369.99 FREE S&H

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Highway robbery. I purchased this precovid for $170 shipped. This is price gouging.


There should be a law !!!!! PERIOD !!!!!

[Edited to add: robbery is when someone takes something by using force. Capitalism is when someone offers something for sale and you get to choose whether you accept the offer.]

Last edited 1 month ago by JSNMGC

and inflation is when goobers print money so what is in your hand buys less and less look at price paid for scrap brass and copper omg


Yes, that’s a big cause of inflation. However, inflation is not the reason ammo tripled in price in 2020 and is still roughly twice the 2019 price.


It never ceases to amaze me how some people love government controlling the market as long as it appears to benefit them and the mental gymnastics these people use to convince themselves it’s not socialism is mind boggling.


Never, ever do they hang around to discuss their altnernative. When asked what would happen if retailers charged less, they run away. When asked how they would prevent the massive gray market that would instantly appear if retailers charged less than what people are willing to pay, they run away. When asked how they would enforce price controls, or the rationing that it would require, they run away. When asked if they have looked at the other countries that have imposed government-enforced price controls and what that led to, they run away. When it is pointed out to them they… Read more »

Last edited 1 month ago by JSNMGC

You probably shouldn’t buy it then.