Ammo InStock: PMC Bronze .223 Remington 55Gr FMJBT Ammunition 840 Rnds w/ Can $749.99

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USA – -( Rainier Arms has 840 round ammo cans of PMC Bronze .223 Remington 55Gr FMJBT Ammunition for $749.99 with FREE ground shipping and a FREE ammo can.

PMC Bronze .223 Remington 55Gr FMJBT Ammunition bridges a gap for target shooters or hunters who get genuine pleasure from challenging themselves, shot after shot, to become better marksmen.

  • SKU 223A-MB
  • Product Type Ammunition
  • Manufacturer PMC Ammunition
  • Caliber .223 Rem

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Ammo InStock: PMC Bronze .223 Remington 55Gr FMJBT Ammunition 840 Rnds w/ Can $749.99

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if you want to see crazy I can now buy 50bmg for 2.75 and I have seen it for a little less. I think gun control people are stepping in and making big buys just primers to make prices scue reloaders are having a hard time getting primers and powder too; prices have doubled or tripled . the worst part is our goverment put this in motion under obummer EPA closing copper and led smelters every raw material to make ammo is now imported


How did the EPA regulation changes affect ammo pricing?

Autsin Miller III

In my mind, there is a difference between profit and profiteering. I don’t have any problem with some increase in prices with market demand but these prices are silly. If you want to know who is making the money on these, look at the manufacturers and see how much their sales went up compared to their profit and it looks to me like they are taking the lions share of these exorbitant prices. Having said that, they do have the right to do that just as I have the right to refrain from purchasing. And I am going to remember… Read more »


Making short and long term purchasing decisions based on your view of a company’s pricing decisions is logical.

If you are correct that the largest price increases were made by the manufacturers (vs. the wholesalers/distributors and retailers), what do you think would have happened if the manufacturers had maintained their prices (or only increased them a little)?


We will find out who who are the real gun people.
Don’t buy from the greedy “profiteers.”


Not buying when the price is significantly higher than normal is a logical decision for most people.

Who are the “greedy ‘profiteers'” – the manufacturers, wholesaler/distributors, retailers?

The term sounds derogatory – what would you rather have all three market participants do?


This is absurd 5 to 6 months ago a 1,000 rounds were going for approx. $320.00.

stop buying so prices will normalize again like it did in 2016.


It is a different world you live in now, Terry. Wake up and smell the coffee.