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Friday, December 4, 2009

More Ammo

From AIM Surplus:

New Russian Tula Catridge Works .223 Remington ammunition. Features a 55grn lead core full bi-metal jacketed bullet, polymer coated steel case, and non-corrosive boxer primer. Packaged 20rds to a box, and 1,000rds (50 boxes) to a case.

1,000rd case (50 boxes) Special Price: $215.00 plus shipping

New Russian Production Wolf Performance .223 Remington ammunition. Features a 62grn full metal jacketed bullet, polymer coated steel case, and non-corrosive boxer primer. Packaged 20rds to a box and 1,000rds (50 boxes) to case.

1,000rd case (50 boxes): $249.50 plus shipping

New .223 Ammunition manufactured in the USA by a Department of Defense Contractor. This is First Quality ammunition utilizing the finest in components including a 55grn full copper jacketed lead core boat tail bullet, brass case, and Non-corrosive boxer primer. Bulked packed in 500rd bags in a 1,000rd case (2 bags). This ammunition functioned flawlessly when run through independent professional testing, and posted very tight groups at 100 yards. Sold by the 500rd bag. While supplies last.

500rd Price: $169.95 plus shipping


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great price but holy moly what the hell kind of hoops you have to jump through with ID and then to find out they wont ship to LA... I am surprised you would give these folks a plug on your website...

December 4, 2009 at 2:53 PM  
Blogger Concerned American said...

Anon --

The hoops are part of ammo over the web/phone/mail.

Still a lot of folks in the audience who can get the ammo shipped....

December 4, 2009 at 5:08 PM  
Blogger Hollywood said...

Live in LA, and complain that they won't ship ammo to you, and you think it's AIM's fault?

What a troll.

Thanks for info. Aim is good people, never had a problem with them, nor Wolf for training,

December 5, 2009 at 1:25 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

After the presidential election, I began buying a box of .223 every week. A year later, I now have stockpiled 1,000 rounds for my battle carbine.

Laying down $500 all at once would have been painful, but $10 a week was easily manageable.

It seems as if a lot of shooters had the same idea and took a whole year to satisfied their needs, because .223 is once more becoming plentiful and cheap.


December 6, 2009 at 2:38 PM  

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