5.56×45 – 62 gr FMJ XM855 – Lake City – 1000 Rounds (30.5¢ per round)

This is the famous and hard to find mil-spec XM855 steel core 5.56×45 (“green tip”) penetrator ammo you have heard about! It is loaded to NATO specs and is NOT intended for use in commercial or bolt-action rifled chambered for 223 Remington ammo – but is perfect for your AR15!

This product was made at the legendary US Lake City ammo plant for the US Military and it may come packaged in Federal American Eagle but rest assured, it’s the same Lake City brass you’ve come to love and enjoy. This ammo is loose packed, brass-cased, Boxer-primed, non-corrosive and reloadable.

5.56×45 – 55 Grain HP Match – Hornady Frontier – 500 Rounds (40.0¢ per round)

This 5.56×45 ammo is hot off the press and is one of Hornady’s new 2018 offerings available from their Frontier line of ammunition. These cartridges are capped with 55 grain hollow point (HP) Match bullets that have the precision and high BC competitive shooters crave, but the HP design also makes this ammo a viable option for varmint hunting and self-defense. These rounds have a muzzle velocity of 3240 fps and a corresponding energy transfer of 1282 ft/lbs.

Each 5.56 NATO cartridge in this case of 500 is loaded into a factory fresh brass casing that utilizes Boxer-primers and clean-burning powders. The casings are military grade which makes them perfect for reloading.

Since 1949, Hornady has strived to give shooters the most functional bullets and ammunition available. Now, with this new offering, they have combined the military specifications of the Lake City Army Ammunition plant with their premium match-grade bullets to bring you an exciting new cartridge. Order your 500-round bulk case of this 5.56x45mm ammo today!

5.56×45 – 75 Grain BTHP Match – Hornady Frontier – 500 Rounds (48.0¢ per round)

This 5.56×45 ammo is one of the new calibers being rolled out in Hornady’s Frontier line of ammunition. Together with Lake City Army Ammunition, Hornady has created military-grade ammunition with their own top shelf bullets for a variety of uses. Each round in this case of 500 comes with a new brass casing that is non-corrosive, Boxer-primed, and reloadable. This 5.56×45 cartridge is topped with a 75 grain boat tail hollow-point (BTHP) Match bullet that has been crafted with accuracy-driven components like a swaged core, secant ogive shape, and tapered tail.

Hornady’s strict quality standards exist to virtually eliminate variation from one cartridge to the next which drives consistency on the range. Since 1949, Hornady has been manufacturing some of the most innovative bullets and ammunition on the market, and this 500-round bulk case is an affordable way to experience that innovation for yourself. Order your case of this premium 5.56 NATO ammo today!

5.56×45 – 69 Grain Open Tip Match – Black Hills – 500 Rounds

The 5.56x45mm is just what you need if you are a fan of high powered, all-purpose rounds. As the main round used by the United States Military and many other NATO countries, the 5.56x45mm is phenomenal for military, law enforcement, and all types of civilian use.

No one makes 5.56 ammo like Black Hills. In fact, all branches of the American Military buy their match grade 223 and 5.56 ammunition from this esteemed company. These 69 grain, open tip match, brass cased, boxer primed, reloadable rounds are all you need to win your next shooting competition. Don’t walk away from this excellent opportunity to improve your accuracy with the same ammunition the military uses for their match ammo.

5.56x45MM – 62 Grain FMJ – M855 – GREENTIP XTAC – PMC – 600 Rounds in Battle Pack (41.7¢ per round)

Manufactured by the same company that supplies the South Korean military with 5.56 NATO ammo, these PMC X-TAC cartridges follow the M855 “ball” standard. The 62 grain full metal jacket bullet sports a distinctive steel ‘green tip’ and leaves the muzzle at around 3,100 feet per second, typical for M855 rounds.

This 600-round case is perfect for high volume AR-15 shooters, although these rounds may work in .223 Remington firearms depending on the model (check with the manufacturer if unsure). The makers of this ammo, Poongsan, produce all of their own components and control the entire supply chain for maximum quality assurance. All PMC ammo uses non-corrosive Boxer primers and brass cases.

M855 ball ammunition is similar to that currently in use by the US military and American allies around the world. Despite its steel-tip and ‘penetrator’ nickname, it has a lead core and is safe to use for most target and sporting applications. Due to its high penetration and non-expanding nature, it is not suitable for civilian self-defense purposes.

5.56×45 – 55 Grain FMJ M193 – Magtech – 800 Linked Rounds in Ammo Can (43.8¢ per round)

Have you got a M249 or H&K MG4 sitting around and collecting dust somewhere? Jolt it back to life with these 800 rounds of linked 5.56×45 cartridges by Magtech! These are true M193 rounds, with 55 grain full metal jacketed projectiles that penetrate targets and prevent rapid barrel leading well. The sturdy M27 links that unite them into a chain hold up to being jerked around, so you’ll be able to fire 800 rounds as fast as you can pull a trigger 800 times.

These rounds are non-corrosive Boxer primed and loaded with modern and clean burning propellant. They are tidily stored in an olive green steel ammo can. You can confidently store ammo in the watertight container for ages, or count on it to deliver its contents unscathed no matter where you venture to. In total, this can of ammo weighs over 30 pounds. You could probably do just as much damage to something by dropping the can on it instead of shooting it!

5.56×45 – 55 Grain FMJ M193 – Hornady Frontier – 1000 Rounds (28.0¢ per round)

This 5.56×45 cartridge represents an exciting union between two of the heaviest hitters in the ammunition industry. Hornady, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of high quality bullets, has teamed up with Lake City Army Ammunition Plant, which has an impressive production capability with their 3,935 acre facility and nearly 80 years in operation, to create U.S. Military spec ammunition that is poised to give you some of the best performance that your money can buy.

This is an M193 round, and its 55 grain projectile contains a non-steel core that is good for target practice and plinking alike. The bullet’s jacket is drawn to the precise concentricity that has earned Hornady their reputation for accuracy, and its overall weight is strictly controlled for to ensure consistent performance. Hornady’s Frontier line of ammunition was originally loaded with Lake City’s brass when it was first introduced, and the Nebraskan manufacturer is pleased to be able to offer their bullet seated in so high quality a casing once more.