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  1. D&H Industries AR-15 Magazine - 223 Rem 30 Round - Black Teflon w Magpul Follower

    Regular Price: $11.00

    Special Price: $8.50

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    Ammo Caliber 5.56/.223 Rem
    Manufacturer D & H Industries
    Manufacturer SKU 30-AL-BT-MP
    Quantity 1
    UPC Barcode R09062016539

    Customer Reviews

    Hard working magazines

    These magazines are top of the line...not one FTF in heavy usage. The Magpul extended follower is nice but not really needed...I never installed mine.

    Review by Thomas S (Posted on 7/24/17)

    AR mags

    Excellent quality for the price, loaded all mags quickly and easily. I have not taken to the range yet.

    Review by Del AR (Posted on 6/25/17)

    Perfect

    Perfect, just what I was looking for.

    Review by Ron (Posted on 2/4/17)

    GVRP

    Good value for a reliable product. These are for my basic chest rig load out.

    Review by Steady Steve (Posted on 11/9/16)

  2. Magpul PMAG AR-15 Magazine - 223 Rem 30 Round - Black - Gen M2 MOE

    Regular Price: $14.19

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    Ammo Caliber 5.56/.223 Rem
    Manufacturer Magpul
    Manufacturer SKU MAG571-BLK
    Quantity 1
    UPC Barcode 873750008264

    New Magpul PMAG MAG571-BLK for sale. You can't find a better polymer mag for sale than this AR-15 magazine from Magpul. Made right here in the U.S. of A.!

  3. Wolf Gold Brass Casings - 223/5.56 - Primed Brass - 250

    Wolf Gold Brass Casings - 223/5.56 - Primed Brass - 250

    Regular Price: $40.00

    Special Price: $33.85

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    Manufacturer Wolf
    Manufacturer SKU WGCasings
    Primer Type Boxer
    Ammo Caliber 223 Remington
    Quantity 250

    You’re not going through all the trouble of making your own cartridges just to wind up with an inferior end product. Like any reputable ammunition manufacturing company, you want to use only select components which, when put together by your expert hand, will yield a quality round that you’d stake your reputation for target shooting, hunting trip, or even your own safety on.

    WOLF Ammunition is here for you. These 223 Rem cartridge casings are made of solid brass, so they’ll not only load once but several additional times for extended value. They have a uniform wall thickness and perfectly concentric necks, so they’re certain to load and fire true. These casings come preinstalled with non-corrosive Boxer primers, so all you’ll need more are bullets and powder and your afternoon loading session is well at hand. Don’t wait for your existing cartridge supply to run out before you start reloading -- order the components and start saving money today!

  4. Military Surplus .224 Diameter Bullets - 55 Grain FMJ - 500 Count

    Regular Price: $40.00

    Special Price: $35.00

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    Cost Per Bullet 7.0¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 55 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 223 Rem
    Quantity 500
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
    Manufacturer General Dynamics

    If you are the type of gun owner who demands the best bullets for your reloading needs, then you’re going to want a high-quality load for every possible purpose. Whether it’s target practice, self defense, or hunting, you need a projectile that is accurate and reliable. These military-surplus bullets will give you the consistency you desire with excellent performance downrange. When loaded properly, these bullets are outstanding.

    With this package, you’ll get 500 full metal jacket bullets that were originally designed for military use. The full metal jacket bullet gives you the high-quality performance that you expect. They are incredibly accurate, but their greatest benefit is minimum fouling in the barrel. The 55-grain bullets give you speed and precision, allowing you to get the target practice you need.

    These bullets will ensure you have the firing consistency you desire. If you demand the best, don’t put anything other than high-quality military bullets in your .223 rifle loads.

    Customer Reviews

    Surprised!

    I recently started reloading .223. Always figured it was pointless because my T/C compass loves Norma tac 223 match and I get them under 30¢. I get about 1 moa At 100 yards.

    I bought some 69 gr Nosler CC and also these "surplus" 55gr fmj bullets. I'm using varget and imr4895 because I'm a .308 man but plan on trying H335 next to make this round even more deadly!

    I wish I could return the Nosler®™'s. The shot group looked like Tulammo! It is truly horrible.

    But These 55gr FMJ shine like the Sun! My best group was a 4 leaf clover with one stray 1/4 inch away. I am going to try the Hornady 52 and 53 next but for the money, these "surplus" bullets are hidden gold! Really got me excited to get into development more! Try them! Worst case you got some damn fine plinkers for your bump stock!!! Lol.

    Review by Zachary (Posted on 4/8/18)

    Good Projectile, Poor Packaging

    Received 2x 500 today in single box. Box was on my front porch, several bullets outside the box. One of the two bags had broke open inside the box. Box had small hole on the corner where bullets were falling out. This is my third thousand of this product, one of the first two was received in similar condition. I didn't complain then but now over a year later the same issue urks me. Don't get me wrong, these are great bullets, very consistent and they run pretty darn accurate in both my guns especially considering the price....but it looks like I may have lost 50-100 along the way. My rating is based on the bullet not the packaging. Hopefully Wideners will get this shipping problem figured out sometime soon. Seems like they are cutting corners on the packaging, 50 cents more on better plastic vac bags and a double wall carton solve the problem, just saying since I am in the business.

    Note: Thank you so much for bringing this shipping issue to our attention, a customer service team member will be in touch with you to discuss it .

    Review by Michael (Posted on 2/21/18)

    223 mil spec

    Loaded up some cases with these bullets and was very satisfied with the quality. The cannelures are in the right place where I could get an OAL of 2.250 to 2.255 The depth of the cannelure was nice and deep making it easy to get a nice crimp. These are great projectiles for the price.

    Review by Russ (Posted on 12/29/17)

    Great Bullet at a Great Price

    I have used 1000 of these and they produce excellent and accurate practice rounds for both of my ARs. I have a second order of 1000 on the shelf. When those are used up I will buy more.

    Review by stebbinsgr (Posted on 12/4/17)

    everything worked out well

    was exactly what I required...quality seems good and the price was right

    Review by John T (Posted on 11/2/17)

    Great bullets!!

    Good bullets for a great price. Fast shipping as well. Looking forward to producing quality rounds!

    Review by Scott M. (Posted on 5/25/17)

    Great product

    Fast shipping . Great price . Will use again

    Review by fuzzy (Posted on 5/7/17)

    Great product

    Afoordable and accurate and good shipping time couldn't ask for more

    Review by Ryoho (Posted on 4/16/17)

    Good Product

    Haven't used them yet, but quality looks excellent.

    Review by shooter (Posted on 3/19/17)

    Good product for price

    Very happy with product but thought product took a long time to arrive.

    Review by Markymark (Posted on 1/15/17)

    Great deal

    Good quality, fairly consistent loads. I did notice a slight difference in overall length by .005" over the lot. Could've been my equipment, who knows. Close enough for me to be very happy with this product. Hard to find rounds at a good price. Win win.

    Review by Ethan (Posted on 1/1/17)

    Reasonable value for price

    The bullet is adequate for the price. Its not as accurate as a comparable hornady bullet but that is expected.

    Review by Can (Posted on 12/26/16)

    Excellent

    Very pleased. Will order again soon. Thanks
    Rick

    Review by Rick (Posted on 12/14/16)

    received them right away

    they shoot a nice group and the price is right

    Review by st (Posted on 12/11/16)

    Great product, service and price

    Exactly as described, shipped fast and a decent price. What else do you want?

    Review by NotSoMuch (Posted on 12/5/16)

    Great product for the price.

    These are worth the money! I'll definitely be purchasing more as my budget allows.

    Review by JerryS (Posted on 11/28/16)

    Good value for the money

    I had really good groups with these bullets. In my 223 they performed well and grouped less than MOA. Would recommend these to anyone.

    Review by Bobby (Posted on 11/14/16)

    It was so good I doubled my order.

    I originally order 1000 rounds but a couple of days later I ordered another 1000. When they arrived one of the bags busted open but it was all contained in the box. I reloaded the first 1000 rounds and liked the bullets so much I ordered another 2000. Very happy with the whole purchase.

    Review by Pastenseverb (Posted on 11/9/16)

    Great product!

    Excellent consistency, great price and fast shipping. A winning combo. Will definitely order again.

    Review by Matty (Posted on 9/26/16)

    Solid product

    Super fast delivery in solid packaging.....best price ive found online and as far as accuracy wont find much better definitely a solid product....ordered 1000 and will be a repeat offender keep up the good work

    Review by Riptide (Posted on 9/17/16)

    good buy!

    Excellent accurate bullets at a good price! I plan on ordering more of these projectiles and more in other calibers as well. Thank you Widener's for great quality products at reasonable prices and fast shipping too!

    Review by burnt0013 (Posted on 9/12/16)

    Bullets are great the packaging needs help

    The bullets are great and are great for weekend plinking. I ordered a 1000 and both bags were ripped and my UPS guy gave me the ones that he found in his truck that escaped the box. For .04 a piece I wasn't going to wast my time counting but I'm sure more than a few got out of the box before reaching my house.

    Review by Newb reloader (Posted on 8/24/16)

    Purchased 2000 bullets, they arrived in a timley manner,excellent quality and only cost .09 cents a piece, cant beat the price

    Very happy with the quality for military surplus bullets. great price, will buy from them again

    Review by Doug (Posted on 8/24/16)

    Great value

    Best pills at the best price. Get them while you can before the crazy starts again.

    Review by Greg (Posted on 8/21/16)

    Review of purchase, shipment, and customer service.

    This review is only for my overall purchasing experience as I have yet to reload any of the projectiles. Wideners was the best priced and shipment was speedy out to the West coast. I had one tiny concern about my shipment when it arrived (after further review there was no issue at all) and Wideners customer service was quick on the draw to help me figure everything out. When I received the product I examined it and it appears to be in absolute perfect shape.

    Review by Joseph (Posted on 8/18/16)

    Excellent value

    Exceptional value. This is my third time purchasing these. Way better than the last batch of Winchester I bought. I weighed each one individually. The spread ranged from 54.7 to 55.4. The bulk of them were exactly 55.0 on a Frankford Arsenal and a RCBS scale. Will definitely buy again.

    Review by Noveskefan (Posted on 8/14/16)

    Great Value

    Bought these in 500 bullet lots to make sure that the product was accurate. Good accuracy and the best price that I have been able to find that are new, un-pulled, boat-tail bullets. The first worked so well, that I have bought another 500 and will continue to buy them in the future. The only issue I have is that the store is only 100 miles away from my location and Fed-Ex takes 5 days to get them to me....and the trucks pass me twice while going to hubs. Small issue in grand scale and won't stop me from future purchases...just order a couple of days before I start getting really low.

    Review by DougK (Posted on 8/14/16)

    these look great very well made

    Excellent price with prompt shipping as always with Wideners. Only one small hiccup the bag had the top cut off, so everything was rolling loose in the box. The box started to come apart, so I was concerned if everything was still there. I counted and surprisingly non had fallen out yet.

    Review by Dave (Posted on 8/3/16)

    Great bargin

    First time purchasing theses. Excellent quality and uniformity. I'll definitely be back for more.

    Review by Chuck (Posted on 7/18/16)

    Second order

    My second order...
    I am pleased with these bullets, I use them for the bulk of my reloads, accurate!!!
    Will continue to use these for all of my reloading and plinking !!

    Review by Augdog (Posted on 7/13/16)

    .224 FMJ

    High quality bullets, indistinguishable from Speer or Hornady but a lot cheaper

    Review by Jack (Posted on 6/5/16)

    Great bullets for training and bulk reloading.

    I've loaded and shot 2000 of these and they have been perfect for training out to 100m. 1 inch groups off of bags out to 100yards, and consistent hits on steel at 40-100 yards. Will buy more!

    Review by Great shooting bullet (Posted on 6/5/16)

    Excellent for the price

    I've shot more accurate bullets, but not at this price. If your plinking or just shooting paper these are excellent. If you're looking for extreme accuracy their are other manufacturers at a much higher price.

    Review by Ray (Posted on 5/12/16)

    Best bullet of this type-bar none

    At 100 yds these bullets consistently shoot 5 rnd shot groups 1 inch and less. Better than the so-called target/competition bullets. I will purchase more of these very soon. Thank you for a great product.

    Review by Filiaho (Posted on 4/10/16)

    The Key to Cloning M193 Milspec Ammo!

    I've been chasing my tail for several years trying to safely clone M193 ammo using Hornady #2267 FMJ bullets. I discovered that these G.D. surplus bullets have a significantly reduced bearing surface and they seat .030" farther out. The result is that I can now clone M193 ammo at a safe pressure. Another mistake I was making was to use CCI No. 41 milspec primers . . . although milspec, these added a great deal of pressure with little increase in velocity. If you're an experimenter like me, try standard primers with 26.5 gr. of H335 with an OACL of 2.750". When I chronographed this load alongside Federal XM193 ammo, the federal was 3,138 fps avg. and my new load with these G.D. bullets clocked 3,158 fps . . . with slightly less pressure and a much tighter extreme velocity spread than the real M193. My original order was for 2,000 bullets and I just ordered another 2,000. Get them while you can!

    Review by Harold (Posted on 3/29/16)

    good bullet at a good price

    These are good bullets for punching paper. They are accurate and the price is competitive. Have not tried on any game or varmint animals!

    Review by Paul K. (Posted on 3/28/16)

    Good quality/price

    These are good quality projectiles at a fair price.
    I'm consistently getting 1.5" - 2" groups @ 100 yds. If I could get more trigger time I'm sure I could get that tightened up.

    I'll definitely be buying more as my wallet permits ;)

    Review by Mike (Posted on 3/17/16)

  5. Speer .355 Diameter Bullets - 115 Grain CPRN - 500 Count

    Regular Price: $42.00

    Special Price: $38.00

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    Cost Per Bullet 7.6¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 115 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 357 Sig, 9mm
    Quantity 500
    Bullet Type Copper-Plated Round Nose (CPRN)
    Manufacturer Speer
    Manufacturer SKU 4712

    When you are looking for a reliable bullet that you can load into your 9mm cases, pick up this 500-count box from Speer. You’ll get outstanding performance from a 115-grain bullet that is smooth, reliable, and effective. From the handgun to the target, these .355-diameter bullets will deliver the results you expect.

    These bullets have a copper-plated round nose profile to give you smooth feeding and effective terminal ballistics. The copper plating allows the bullet to cycle smoothly through the firearm, while the round nose helps it maintain effective aerodynamic performance.

    Speer is one of the most popular names in ammunition. Although they are known as a great source for reloading bullets and cases, they also have whole cartridges for a wide range of uses, including self defense, training, and hunting. With options for almost every popular caliber, Speer can help you get the right ammunition for any situation.

  6. Speer 40 S&W 180 Grain CPRN Bullets (.400) – 500

    Regular Price: $54.85

    Special Price: $46.85

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    Cost Per Bullet 9.4¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 180 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 10mm, 40 S&W
    Quantity 500
    Bullet Type Copper-Plated Round Nose (CPRN)
    Manufacturer Speer
    Manufacturer SKU 4713

    Speer Bullets are a great choice for affordable and consistent bench loads. Each projectile in this box of 500 is a 180 grain Copper Plated Round Nose (CPRN) that measures .400" in diameter. These bullets have a swaged lead core for improved consistency and accuracy. Each bullet is then copper plated and the re-sized to ensure every bullet is identical. Pick up this 500 piece box of high quality, affordable projectiles and see why so many shooters choose Speer Bullets.

    Don't forget to check out Widener's selection of 40 Caliber Brass, while you're here.

    **Note: this is not loaded ammunition**

    Customer Reviews

    Quality of Speer copper coated bullets

    These bullets are not great but not a complete "wash-out". Some of these bullets measured at .3975. Top quality bullets are actually .400 in diameter. Of course this affects accuracy but I feel I got a great deal for plinking ammo!

    Review by Drack (Posted on 4/17/16)

  7. General Dynamics .224 Diameter Bullets - 62 Grain FMJBT SS109 - 500 Count

    Regular Price: $65.00

    Special Price: $52.00

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    Cost Per Bullet 10.0¢ to 10.4¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 62 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 223 Rem
    Quantity 500
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket Boat Tail (FMJ-BT)
    Manufacturer General Dynamics

    Some gun owners are happy with any bullet that fits in their case. Others, however, demand the best performance, consistency, and accuracy. For those who demand the best, military-surplus bullets, like these .223 Remington projectiles, are often the first choice.

    With this box, you’ll get 500 bullets that were originally intended for the military’s M16 rifle. They have wonderful reliability and perform well in the barrel of autoloading rifles. These 62-grain bullets have a full metal jacket that makes it consistent in the rifle as well as downrange. It also has a boat tail, which gives it superior accuracy and more consistent flight.

    The .223 is an effective round for hunting medium game, and it’s especially popular for sports like wild hog and coyote hunting. If you’re going to reload this round for any purpose, make sure you are only loading top-quality bullets into your brass cases.

    Please note: These bullets do contain a steel tip and will attract a magnet. There are some shooting ranges that will not allow steel-tipped rounds to be used at their facility.

    Customer Reviews

    62 grain General Dynamics

    I have also found the OAL lengths to be different up to .005 + shorter and appears to be different lots/runs also I question if they have a steel tip!

    Review by RICHIE B (Posted on 11/8/17)

    Excellent value

    Quick shipping. Accurate shooting. Really good value. I will be reordering and recommending to friends. The only downside is that there really isn't much load data available for this bullet. I settled on 24.0 grains of H335 for my 16 inch barrel carbine.

    Review by Chiefster (Posted on 7/24/17)

    Good Product, Good sale price, BUT -

    I've bought thousands of these from here during sales and have a great TAC recipe (which I used to be able to get here also) - the bullets are g2g. BUT the packaging sucks- my last order had both 62 gr and 55 gr bags broke open in the box mixed together which I had to sort through - it's happened before but not this bad.

    Review by MTNY (Posted on 4/14/17)

    Delivered as advertised.

    I had no loose bullets as mentioned in previous posts. I have not loaded them up yet, but will advise if I find any discrepancies in bullet lengths. Shipping was traceable and straight forward.

    Review by .224 Dia 62 Gr. FMJBT 500 CT (Posted on 4/2/17)

    great bullet

    Good quality bullet at a good price, very consistent . Great for making your own green tip rounds.

    Review by Michael B (Posted on 1/11/17)

    Excellent Bullets

    Wideners shooting supplies are awesome to deal with,super fast shipping and grade a products.these bullets are superb provided they are loaded correctly.nothing but excellent results

    Review by Clay Smith (Posted on 1/11/17)

    Needed these for my 1in7 twist rate rifle

    These look great! Can't wait to get a load developed for them and see what they can do. The 1in7 twist rate on my rifle doesn't like anything lighter than this.

    Review by TPP15 (Posted on 12/30/16)

    perfect in every way

    I have to say that you guys have already said it all. Sleek aerodynamic hard penetrating accurate in 1:7 and considering weight would recommend that twist.I love reloading them and if i could I'd get a couple 1000 before they surplus out

    Review by The Gunhut (Posted on 11/4/16)

    Think its a great choice for a well loaded busness load or for you guys with no patience, a sloppy plinker.

    Have worked up a custom busness load for my M4's, 16" barrels or shorter only, as this is intended to be near max pressures, for good dependable performance and great accuracy out to 800, if the wind isn't terrible, manageable to 600, if the wind is blowing. Not sure if it will perform well for barrels with 1-9" twist, mine are 1-8" and 1-7". I fill them and trickle them to the last tenth of a grain. So dont want to hear any complaints from you impatient guys who just cant stand to load single stage. If you want accurate loads you have to put in the time. I also give them a light crimp into the cannalure. I get impressive accuracy out of this great business load, just one more thing if your not shooting a match grade trigger. that would be the next purchase if I were you. Easy drop in, if you dont have the confidence to do it yourself buy it and ask someone who knows what there doing to do it for you.

    Review by 2nd HL (Posted on 11/3/16)

    OK but vary by + .005 to - .010

    These bullets are pretty good for practice but they vary in length by + .005 to - .010 when I set up with the seating die. Most are within a few thousandths but there will be a few that are quite short. If you are thinking of using these for your service rifle match, you may wish to reconsider. On the other hand if you are just plinking away, these are a really good buy.

    Review by billy bob (Posted on 10/20/16)

    Great deal

    If your looking to make your own green tip look no further shoot great and very accurate with my load will be buy more

    Review by Dustin (Posted on 9/28/16)

    Good price for a good bullet.

    Good price for a good bullet. Runs thru all my .223's with excellent accuracy - whether it's a semi-auto or bolt gun, it hits with authority - right where I place it!

    Review by Skyhunter (Posted on 6/27/16)

    Stock up

    Stock up folks.

    Review by Mike (Posted on 6/10/16)

    Great Price 62gr.

    Very nice price for reloading for target practice .will buy more.

    Review by david (Posted on 5/25/16)

    accurate bullet

    Accurate bullet. also ,diametrically for length. cannelure is right where it's supposed to be for crimping.

    Review by iwharper (Posted on 5/19/16)

    Great bullet

    Great bullet for 5.56 practice at good price

    Review by DoubleH (Posted on 5/9/16)

  8. IDPA Targets - Officially Licensed Target Barn Cardboard Silhouette - 100 Pack

    Regular Price: $71.00

    Special Price: $65.00

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    Manufacturer Target Barn
    Manufacturer SKU IDPA
    Quantity 100
    Length 30
    Width 18
    UPC Barcode IDPAcardbrd100

    New 2017 Targets. Design Changed For 2017 Requirements

    An effective gun owner not only has the right weapon and the right cartridges, they make sure to practice on a regular basis, ensuring better safety and proficiency with their self defense guns. When you head to the target range, make sure you are using quality targets like these cardboard silhouettes from Target Barn.

    This pack gives you 100 silhouette targets for your training and practice. They use 1/8-inch corrugated cardboard and make an excellent training tool, no matter what your skill level. These targets are officially licensed by the International Defensive Pistol Association.

    Target Barn is a major manufacturer of many different targets. They create items for various types of training, and have targets made from cardboard, paper, steel, and more. They also have reloading supplies and target-shooting accessories. No matter what type of firearm you own, you can get the practice you need with Target Barn.

  9. Fiocchi 12 Gauge 2-3/4" 00 Buck - 9 Pellets - 250 Rounds

    Regular Price: $84.85

    Special Price: $72.85

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    Manufacturer Fiocchi
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight Not Applicable
    Bullet Type #00 Buck
    Use Type home defense, heavy game hunting, hunting or defending your home
    Casing Type Not Applicable
    Quantity 250
    Ammo Caliber 12 Gauge
    Manufacturer SKU 12MW00BK
    Shot Material Lead
    Primer Type Shotshell
    Shell Length 2-3/4"
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 762344864037
    Cost Per Round 29.1¢ per round

    Shotgun loads from Fiocchi, an Italian ammunition manufacturer, are highly sought after by hunters and skeet competitors for their consistent quality and affordable prices. These shotshells are no different and come loaded with nine pellets of 00 buckshot each for superior ballistics against both medium-sized game and deadly two-legged predators. This is a standard 12 gauge load that is trusted by military and law enforcement all across the world. The buckshot pellets measure 8.38 millimeters in diameter each and deliver body-dropping energy to vital areas after they penetrate into a target.

    The pellets are loaded atop a recoil-dampening wad which is backed by a measure of clean-burning powder. A non-caustic 209 primer provides ignition to the propellant without leaving behind mercury or any other metal-corroding chemicals. The primer is installed at the base of a strong brass head which is attached to a plastic, moisture-resistant hull. With a hull length of 2-3/4 inches, this shell profile is compatible with shotguns of all actions and types and will feed smoothly from tube magazines as well as detachable box magazines.

  10. IMI .308 Diameter Bullets - 147 Grain FMJBT - 500 Count

    Regular Price: $89.00

    Special Price: $75.00

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    Cost Per Bullet 15.0¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 147 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 30 Caliber, 30-06, 30-40 Krag, 300 AAC Blackout, 300 Rem SAUM, 300 Rem Ultra Mag, 300 Savage, 300 Weatherby, 300 Win Mag, 300 Win Short Mag, 300 WSM, 308 Win
    Quantity 500
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket Boat Tail (FMJ-BT)
    Manufacturer Israeli Military Industries
    Manufacturer SKU 30C147

    IMI .308 diameter bullets are a great option for your custom bench loads. These 147 grain full metal jacket boat tails from Israel Military Industries are the same projectiles loaded into the NATO M80 rounds. These are acceptable bullets for plinking and range training being both accurate and consistent.

    Israel Military Industries was established in 1933 and is fully owned by the Israeli government. IMI's products are qualified with the Israel Defense Forces, US Military, and NATO nations. Their Small Caliber Ammunition division offers complete lines of ammo that is in accordance with NATO, MIL-SPEC and IDF Standards.

    Pick up this 500 piece bag of 147 grain FMJBT projectiles and check out our selection of 308 Brass while you are here!

    Customer Reviews

    no steel

    Most indoors and some outdoor ranges do not allow steel. These have none. .3 difference between high and low.

    Review by off hand (Posted on 1/17/19)

    Good for the price

    They are perfect to keep in mags for home defense or for plinking. If you want better quality pay more money for higher end.

    Review by Tony (Posted on 10/15/18)

    Bullets are great in my Krag, 03A3, and M1 with proper powder and load.

    I bought these to trial shoot in all of my 30 caliber rifles and have found with various powders used for each type of firearm they have worked well out to 200 yds. On the bench I am getting .5 MOA with my Krag at 100 yds and 1 - 1.5 MOA at 200 yds.

    Review by Dr Tom (Posted on 7/12/17)

    Nice bullets 300 Black out

    I bought 2000 for my 300 blackout. They're great for getting out to the range, shooting and staying familiar with your rifle without high cost. I've used 250 to 350 so far ( I shot my 150s first). Loading stays within cannelure with one setting. Very accurate out to 100 yds for my needs. They'd also be good for home defense. They are not for hunting.

    Review by chuck (Posted on 5/5/17)

    Exactly what I was looking for.

    Exactly what I was looking for. Slight variation in lengths, but that make little difference for what I'm loading for and powder I'm using. Package arrived intact, and fast. I'm very satisfied with these and will probably buy more.

    Review by Dominic (Posted on 5/2/17)

    Looks like new pennies.

    I can't gripe about quality, for the price I paid I won't say a word. They look great, and if they load as good and shoot as good as they look what's to gripe about. You want long range, and tack driving quality, order the more expensive brands and long range bullets. Just saying, you get what you pay for and I've never been shafted by Wideners before.

    Review by Bill (Posted on 4/5/17)

    You get what you pay for.

    As others have mentioned, these bullets pretty much all weigh the same (for me it was 147.5 grains) but that the lengths vary somewhat. For me I had about 60 percent of them measure 1.12, 25 percent at 1.13 inches 10 percent at 1.11 and 5 percent at 1.10. There were 3 bullets lower than 1.10 out of a box of 500. 2 were 1.09 and one was 1.08. I expect groups will improve since these have been selected by length and weight, but math ammo this isn't. Took me about an hour to sort out the projectiles, so for me it was worth it. Just make sure your expectations are in check if you decide on purchasing this ammo.

    Review by Macubus (Posted on 3/11/17)

    Extremely disappointed

    OAL's all over the place 1.108 to 1.135 in the sample of ten I checked. Terrible packaging, arrived with hole in box and bullets missing. Do yourself a favor and buy another brand.

    Review by 308 lover (Posted on 1/20/17)

    Good quality but different lengths

    Nice bullets consistent weights around 148 but my lengths were all over the place. I was still able to load and stay within my OAL but if you buy these make sure you check twice.

    Review by Hoze928 (Posted on 1/5/17)

    Bullet length.

    First time buying this brand. Bullit weight average 148. But when starting to reload I was getting different depths in seating? Started to measure bullet length, they ranged from 1.098 to 1.154 nothing consistent. Some of them had normal ball tips and some had tips sharp as throwing darts. Think I will stick with the general dynamics brand. Less of a headache seating them.

    Review by Tim (Posted on 12/4/16)

    Work great need to order more soon

    Bullet's are great for target shooting need to order more

    Review by Brian (Posted on 11/23/16)

    Excellent quality. Great Price!

    Accurate, economical, excellent quality. I use them in my 1903A3 and M1 Garand

    Review by SASFixer (Posted on 10/9/16)

    Bought 1000 just to punch paper in my Blackout. Work gr8

    Bought 1000 just to punch paper with my Blackout. Work great

    Review by Capt. Boudreaux (Posted on 8/15/16)

    147FMJBT

    Very good. For the price, easy to load, rounds are uniform in weight and size. Loaded 360 rounds out of 500 with no problems. And the price is right .Will purchase again.

    Review by lumps46 (Posted on 7/25/16)

    Great bullet for the price!

    I started reloading 147's for my 300 blk some time ago and they were awesome. I found the right load and of all the weights Ive tried the 147 did the best for the price. And then they disappeared. So hard to get. 150's weren't the same. thankfully you guys have them in quantity and Im back to reloading. You can't go wrong with these 147's.

    Review by kickshoot (Posted on 7/11/16)

    great quality service grade bullets

    I bought 500 of these 147 gr bullets for casual shooting in 308 and 30-06 rifles. Having had good results with IMI bullets in the past I expect these will prove to be very accurate service grade bullets.

    Review by Jimbo (Posted on 7/6/16)

  11. Remington Mil/LE 9mm 115 Grain FMJ – 500 Rounds

    Regular Price: $89.95

    Special Price: $79.85

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    Manufacturer Remington
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 115 Grain
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
    Use Type plinking at the range
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 500
    Ammo Caliber 9mm Luger (9x19)
    Manufacturer SKU B9MM3
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 047700479217
    Cost Per Round 16.0¢ per round

    Whether they ordered too much of it, had it lying around for too long, or just needed space to put the new pinball machine, it’s not uncommon for the military and law enforcement agencies to get rid of some of their ammunition by selling it as surplus. It’s also altogether possible that Remington just got a little overambitious and overestimated just how many of these high quality 9mm rounds the public sector was game for buying. However surplus ammo enters the market, savvy shooters know that it’s nearly always a great deal -- we say “nearly” because you should be a little suspicious of the viability of any Ottoman Empire Army surplus you see on the market.

    This 9mm round features a 115 grain projectile, a very popular bullet weight for self-defense and one that delivers a comfortable amount of recoil. The bullet’s full metal jacket staves off rapid bore fouling, and further enables smoother feeding in a semi-automatic weapon. This round’s primer is non-corrosive, which along with its factory fresh brass casing renders the matter of how long it has been lying around in storage a moot one.

  12. Tula Cartridge Works 45 ACP 230 FMJ – 500 Rounds

    Regular Price: $134.85

    Special Price: $114.85

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    Manufacturer Tula Cartridge Works
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 230 Grain
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
    Use Type plinking at the range
    Casing Type Steel
    Quantity 500
    Ammo Caliber 45 ACP (Auto)
    Manufacturer SKU TA452300
    Primer Type Berdan
    Magnetic Yes
    UPC Barcode 814950016505
    Cost Per Round 23.0¢ per round

    With this half-case from Tula, you’ll get 230-grain full metal jacket bullets that are designed for smooth cycling from the magazine to the chamber. In all, this package will contain 10 boxes - with each box holding 50 rounds of 45 ACP ammo. The jacketed bullet gives you less fouling in the barrel, allowing you to get the practice you need without dirtying your barrel. The bullets have a muzzle velocity of 850 feet per second and are an awesome choice for plinking.

    Since 1880, Tula has created some of the best cartridges on the planet. This company not only manufactures excellent ammunition, they also conduct advanced ballistic research, helping them stay at the forefront of ammo technology.

    If you are looking for an excellent handgun round for target shooting or self defense, the .45 ACP, also known as the .45 Auto, is one of your best options. These rounds deliver outstanding terminal ballistics, and they’ve been used for both military and law enforcement service pistols. To get the practice you need on your .45 ACP, order this box of 500 rounds from Tula Cartridge Works.

  13. Tula Cartridge Works 9mm 115 Grain FMJ – 1000 Rounds

    Regular Price: $159.85

    Special Price: $147.85

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    Manufacturer Tula Cartridge Works
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 115 Grain
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
    Use Type plinking at the range
    Casing Type Steel
    Quantity 1000
    Ammo Caliber 9mm Luger (9x19)
    Manufacturer SKU TA919100
    Primer Type Berdan
    Magnetic Yes
    UPC Barcode 814950016581
    Cost Per Round 14.8¢ per round

    The best way to get good with a handgun is to shoot a lot of rounds, and this 1,000 round case of 9mm Luger ammo from Tula will help you blow holes in paper without blowing a hole in your budget.

    Each cartridge in this case fires a 115 grain full metal jacket bullet at a muzzle velocity of 1,150 feet per second, typical for standard pressure loads. This ammunition uses non-corrosive Berdan primers.

    Tula ammo is loaded in Russia with polymer-coated non-reloadable steel cases that offer unbeatable value, although their magnetic properties may make them unsuitable for some indoor ranges--check before ordering if you're unsure of your range's rules.

  14. Federal American Eagle 223 Remington 55 Grain FMJ-BT – 500 Rounds

    Regular Price: $164.85

    Special Price: $149.85

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    Manufacturer Federal
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 55 Grain
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket Boat Tail (FMJ-BT)
    Use Type plinking at the range
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 500
    Ammo Caliber 223 Remington
    Manufacturer SKU AE223
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 50029465084825
    Cost Per Round 30.0¢ per round

    Federal American Eagle ammunition is a great choice for target shooting and range training. Federal loads these new production rounds into boxer primed brass cases that are re-loadable and feature a standard 55 grain FMJ-BT projectile. The American Eagle line of ammo is designed to deliver consistent and reliable performance without breaking the bank. These rounds are perfect for shooters who require high quality rounds but still want to volume shoot at the range.

    Federal is one of America's most trusted ammunition brands and has the experience to back it up. They have been producing ammo since 1922 and their products are proudly made in America. Whether you are heading to the range next weekend or buying a couple cases to re-stock your supplies, Federal American Eagle is the right choice.

    Grab one of these 500 rounds cases of high quality ammunition and check out our Targets if you need something to shoot at on your next range day!

  15. Blazer Brass 9mm 115 Grain FMJ – 1000 Rounds

    Regular Price: $177.00

    Special Price: $167.85

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    Manufacturer Blazer Brass
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 115 Grain
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
    Use Type plinking at the range
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 1000
    Ammo Caliber 9mm Luger (9x19)
    Manufacturer SKU 5200
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 10076683052008
    Cost Per Round 16.8¢ per round

    Get some great multi-role 9x19mm ammo of reputable CCI manufacture with this 1000 round bulk pack of Blazer Brass rounds. Blazer Brass ammo comes out of the CCI factory and is assembled using non-corrosive CCI primers. CCI or Cartridge Case Inc. is linked a third brand, Speer, and has origins in production dating back to 1953. Their modern innovations in high performance ammunition as well as their notable consistency in quality production have netted the CCI and Blazer Brass brands with contracts for law enforcement and international shooting teams.

    These rounds use reloadable brass casings and 115 grain FMJ projectiles and will match the ballistics of many other popular plinking choices. 115 grains is light in the caliber and functions in a wide range of pistols while offering very manageable recoil. In addition, the bullets have a protected base which reduces lead exposure during the firing process and keeps it out of the air and off your hands.

    Customer Reviews

    Good ammo, great price

    Good ammo.

    Review by Dave (Posted on 1/30/17)

    Great ammo for the price.

    This ammo fires flawlessly in my M & P Smith & Wesson. Certainly could not beat the price. I too live in Illinois and I received my order in two days from ordering. Hard to beat that.

    Review by Krum (Posted on 8/22/16)

    Excellent Value for the money when on sale

    Ordered online without a hitch. As an Illinois resident, I have the added hoop to jump through of sending a copy of my FOID, and the process was seemless. Had the ammo in three days and have run 700 rounds through my Sig P229 without a hitch. Excellent plinking ammo!

    Review by Skim (Posted on 4/20/16)

  16. Federal Ultra 9mm 115 Grain FMJ - 1000 Rounds

    Regular Price: $179.85

    Special Price: $168.85

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    Manufacturer Federal
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 115 Grain
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
    Use Type plinking at the range
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 1000
    Ammo Caliber 9mm Luger (9x19)
    Manufacturer SKU UTR9115
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 50004544636942
    Cost Per Round 16.9¢ per round

    Experience the unwavering quality of Federal ammunition with 1000 rounds of this 9mm Ultra ammo. Each 9mm cartridge has a 115 grain full metal jacket (FMJ) projectile featuring a copper jacket covering a soft lead core with an exposed base. These cartridges fire at approximately 1125 fps, which is comparable with muzzle velocities of most standard 9mm loads. Shooters will enjoy reliable feeding and ejecting with these reloadable brass casings, and the anti-corrosive nature of Federal brass allows you to store this bulk case for a long period of time without worry. Federal loads these centerfire cartridges with Boxer-primers and clean-burning powders.

    Federal's multitude of cartridge options and 90 years of manufacturing experience makes them the company of choice for many American shooters. Whether you are a serious competitor or a casual shooter, this 9mm ammo is a great cartridge for range training, plinking, or target practice.

  17. Federal American Eagle 9mm 115 Grain FMJ – 1000 Rounds

    Regular Price: $189.00

    Special Price: $177.85

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    Manufacturer Federal
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 115 Grain
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
    Use Type plinking at the range
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 1000
    Ammo Caliber 9mm Luger (9x19)
    Manufacturer SKU AE9DP
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 50029465088229
    Cost Per Round 17.8¢ per round

    Bolster your stash of practice and training ammunition with this 1000 round bulk back of 9x19mm from Federal. These rounds sport 115 grain projectiles for light recoil and smooth feeding with the widest range of 9mm pistols and carbines. This bulk pack comes from Federal's American Eagle line which is well-known for being inexpensive and reliable.

    Federal Premium Ammunition, a Minnesota based company, has over 90 years of experience producing ammo. Their reputation for high quality and excellent manufacturing consistency has made them a trusted name with hunters, competitive shooters, Olympians, and law enforcement agencies. Federal is staple of the U.S. ammunition industry and is responsible many standards and innovation in modern cartridges.

    These rounds come constructed from reloadable brass casings, non-corrosive primers, and full metal jacket (FMJ) bullets which are great for range plinking and match use. The 9mm Luger projectiles leave the muzzle at 1180 feet-per-second while carrying 356 foot-pounds of energy.

  18. Federal Champion 22 LR 36 Grain CPHP - 5250 Rounds

    Regular Price: $229.00

    Special Price: $189.85

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    Manufacturer Federal
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 36 Grain
    Bullet Type Copper-Plated Hollow-Point (CPHP)
    Use Type varmint hunting
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 5250
    Ammo Caliber 22 Long Rifle (LR)
    Manufacturer SKU 745
    Primer Type Rimfire
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 50029465057164
    Cost Per Round 3.6¢ per round

    Grab this 5,250 round case of .22 LR ammunition for all your rimfire shooting needs--high volume target practice or mass varmint extermination. This ammo comes in 10 boxes containing 525 rounds each and delivers reliable performance at a very reasonable price.

    Each cartridge in this case fires a 36-grain copper plated hollow point (CPHP) bullet at a muzzle velocity of 1,260 feet per second. The hollow point expands and fragments for excellent lethality against squirrels, rabbits, nutria, and other pests. This is "high velocity" ammo that performs well in semi automatic pistols and rifles and maintains effectiveness at medium range. It can be fired through a suppressed firearm but will produce a loud boom or crack as it crosses the sound barrier, which somewhat reduces the suppressor's usefulness.

    Champion ammo is intended to be both affordable and effective. It is loaded in Anoka, Minnesota by Federal Premium Ammunition, a division of the Vista Outdoor group.

  19. Wolf 7.62X39 123 Grain FMJ - 1000 Rounds

    Regular Price: $229.85

    Special Price: $195.00

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    Manufacturer Wolf
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 123 Grain
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
    Use Type plinking at the range
    Casing Type Steel
    Quantity 1000
    Ammo Caliber 7.62X39
    Manufacturer SKU 762WFMJ
    Primer Type Berdan
    Magnetic Yes
    UPC Barcode 645611762925
    Cost Per Round 19.5¢ per round

    Wolf ammunition is a popular range staple for owners of SKS and AK rifles. These 7.62x39mm cartridges are similar to the ones these rifles were designed for, though they have some significant quality-of-life improvements including non-corrosive primers and polymer-coated cases.

    Each cartridge in this box of 20 fires a 123-grain full metal jacket bullet at 2,362 feet per second.

    This ammo is loaded in Russia or Ukraine using non-reloadable steel casings.

    Customer Reviews

    Wolf ammo

    I agree with the other reviews. I don't remember a ftf ever. Can't really testify about the accuracy, except I did have a yugo AK that was pretty darn accurate with this stuff. Shipping was very fast.

    Review by brent (Posted on 9/10/17)

    Does what it's suppose to!

    Say what you want about Wolf ammo. As said above, it goes bang every time. Been running this since they started with the polymer coating, (replacing the lacquer) ten years or so, and I don't recall one FTF, ever, in all those years. (I know indoor ranges don't like the stuff, but not everybody lives in the city. There's nothing wrong with this ammo)
    Wideners is a good place to do your business, too, btw. I had a problem with Fedex one time a few years back, and given the potential gravity of the problem, I found myself talking to the man who owns and runs the company. He made it right. I remember things like that.
    This is a good outfit, and worthy of your business.

    Review by Santahog (Posted on 3/1/17)

    Basic 7.62x39, but superior service

    This is basic ammunition. Goes bang every time. But Widener's service was superb. UPS "lost" my package and Wideners replaced it pronto. I am pleased to have done business with them.

    Review by Nickname (Posted on 2/27/17)

  20. Blazer 40 S&W 180 Grain FMJ - 1000 Rounds

    Regular Price: $249.85

    Special Price: $199.85

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    Manufacturer Blazer
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 180 Grain
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
    Use Type plinking at the range
    Casing Type Aluminum
    Quantity 1000
    Ammo Caliber 40 Smith & Wesson
    Manufacturer SKU 3591
    Primer Type Berdan
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 10076683035919
    Cost Per Round 20.0¢ per round

    CCI Blazer's 40 S&W ammunition is great for all of your range training and plinking needs. CCI Blazer makes excellent ammo for training; their rounds are accurate, consistent, and affordable. Blazer is so cheap due to its non-reloadable aluminum casings. The aluminum casings don't effect accuracy or reliability, only price!

    This 40 S&W ammo features a standard weight 180 grain full metal jacket. It has a muzzle velocity of approximately 1,000 feet per second. The FMJ bullet has a flat point, like other 40 S&W ammo, and will leave nice clean holes in your target, making it easier to see where your bullets are striking. Order your ammo today, and have a great time at the range!

  21. Malaysian Surplus 7.62mm NATO 146 Grain FMJ - 540 Rounds

    Regular Price: $245.00

    Special Price: $230.00

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    Manufacturer Military Surplus
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 146 Grain
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
    Use Type plinking at the range
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 540
    Ammo Caliber 308 Winchester (7.62X51)
    Manufacturer SKU A1080
    Primer Type Berdan
    Magnetic Yes
    UPC Barcode R072520171293
    Cost Per Round 42.6¢ per round

    This vintage 7.62x51mm ammunition is as potent as the day it was made and ready to rock targets when loaded in your Remington 700, Kel-Tec RFB, or custom AR-10 build. Each round was assembled using a heat-treated brass casing which has a firm crimp that will flex properly when fired in order to make a complete chamber seal and push bullets at consistent muzzle velocities. The casing is equipped with a triple staked Berdan primer that won't pop out and clog your rifle's action. A measured amount of moisture-blocking sealant was included with the primer during installation in order to keep environmental concerns at bay. Topping the cartridge is a 146-grain full metal jacket (FMJ) projectile which matches the specifications for L2A2 and is very close to those for American M80.

    These 7.62mm NATO rounds were manufactured in Malaysia during the 1980s and sealed into .50 caliber ammo cans. Each military ammo can sports a green coat of paint with yellow lettering and contains 540 rounds. The ammo cans are easily stacked for vertical storage that won't take up much space and include folding carry handles for convenient transportation. Each can has a rubber gasket on the inside of its latching lid which helps keep humidity and pests away from the inner contents; that makes these reusable storage boxes a great value all by themselves.

    Customer Reviews

    Looks good!

    I opened the can quickly to take a look, which turned out to be some good looking rounds, then i sealed them back up for later at the range.

    Review by dquarles (Posted on 6/27/18)

  22.  Magtech 40 S&W 180 Grain FMJ Flat - 1000 Rounds

    Magtech 40 S&W 180 Grain FMJ Flat - 1000 Rounds

    Regular Price: $259.85

    Special Price: $233.85

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    Manufacturer Magtech
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 180 Grain
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
    Use Type plinking at the range
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 1000
    Ammo Caliber 40 Smith & Wesson
    Manufacturer SKU 40B
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 754908162703
    Cost Per Round 23.4¢ per round

    Magtech provides high quality ammunition for hunters and sport shooters and even military and law enforcement. Since its founding, this Brazilian company has come to be one of the most innovative ammunition manufacturers in the world. If you're buying from Magtech, you know you are buying superb, accurate, and reliable ammunition.

    The 40 S&W is a fantastic self defense round. After the 1986 FBI shootout, there was a massive need for a new round with greater stopping power. The 40 S&W was their answer. Without a huge kick but with great stopping power and damage, this new round was just what they needed.

    These FMJ Flat Nose rounds are great for range training. These 180 grain rounds fire at 990 feet per second and perform perfectly. Don't miss out on 1000 rounds of this fantastic Magtech ammo.

  23. Lake City 7.62x51mm XM80 149 Grain FMJ - 500 Rounds

    Regular Price: $299.00

    Special Price: $235.00

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    Manufacturer Lake City
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 149 Grain
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
    Use Type plinking at the range
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 500
    Ammo Caliber 308 Winchester (7.62X51)
    Manufacturer SKU M80-LC
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic Yes
    UPC Barcode R011620181545
    Cost Per Round 47.0¢ per round

    Grab this 500 round case of 7.62 NATO ammunition from Lake City for your M-14, AR-10, R700, or other 7.62x51mm or .308 Winchester rifle. This ammo is made at the Lake City Army Ammunition Plant in Independence, Missouri and is highly sought after by shooters for its military provenance and superb reliability.

    Each cartridge in this case fires a 149 grain full metal jacket bullet at a muzzle velocity of 2,790 feet per second, in accordance with the M80 standard. LCAAP ammo is not quite as "hot" as typical hunting loads and lends itself well to high volume target use, as it is not quite as punishing to shoot. At the same time, it maintains excellent accuracy with reasonably flat trajectories.

    LCAAP ammunition uses non corrosive Boxer primers and reloadable brass cases. As with all mil spec ammo, these cases have visible annealing marks to quickly demonstrate that the heat treating process has been completed successfully.

    Customer Reviews

    Worth it

    Perfect least expensive plinking ammo that will cycle and eject from my Deserttech MDR. Can repetitively strike 12” steel at 300 yds freehanded

    Review by Mike (Posted on 12/31/18)

    Tarnished

    This ammo has a L C 17 headstamp.
    It looks like it has been somewhere for a while. Not new looking..

    Review by GARY (Posted on 12/2/18)

    Looks like surplus ammo

    The cases look a little rough. All had tarnished to some degree. Paint or tar on some rounds. Head stamp LC 17 ..NOT NEW LOOKING AMMO

    Review by Garyken (Posted on 12/2/18)

    Good for the price

    Good ammo for the price.

    Review by ChetRipley (Posted on 9/29/18)

    Most rounds look like hell.

    I have to admit I was surprised to see how crusty most of the casings were. Also it seems that every time I order a case of Lake City ammo I'm always missing a few rounds, never goes the other way. It's not many but it is annoying.

    Review by Dave (Posted on 8/5/18)

    Doesn’t cycle like Remington

    What do you want? It’s unpolished federal ammunition, buy it!

    Review by SpartanM39 (Posted on 7/25/18)

    Good ammo.

    Nice new Lake City at a great price.

    Review by JoeZ (Posted on 7/1/18)

    Feeding the M1A

    Purchased to shoot in my M1A. Shoots good and a + it's reloadable.

    Review by Smitty (Posted on 7/1/18)

  24. Sellier & Bellot 45 ACP 230 Grain FMJ - 1000 Rounds

    Regular Price: $279.85

    Special Price: $259.85

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    Manufacturer Sellier & Bellot
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 230 Grain
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
    Use Type plinking at the range
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 1000
    Ammo Caliber 45 ACP (Auto)
    Manufacturer SKU SB45A
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 754908505258
    Cost Per Round 26.0¢ per round

    The 45 ACP is one of the most popular handgun round in the USA. Developed in 1906 and released in 1911, this round has been proven through extensive military, civilian, and law enforcement use for over a century. With its incredible stopping power and fantastic damage capacity, this round will have no problems stopping any attacker, helping you protect yourself and your family.

    If accurate, reliable, and effective ammunition is a priority, Sellier & Bellot have just the ammo you are looking for. Founded back in the 1800's, Sellier & Bellot is headquartered in the Czech Republic and is a member of the CBC Group.

    These 45 ACP rounds feature 230 grain full metal jacket projectiles that are loaded into boxer primed brass cases. You can expect to see muzzle velocities around 853 feet per second with these rounds. Pick up this 1000 round case , and you will be set for a few range trips to come!

    Customer Reviews

    Great ammo

    No issues with first 150 rounds. Was going to buy brass for reloading, but 1000 pieces was 2/3 the price of these new rounds. Accurate enough for soda cans at 25 yards, just great practice ammunition.

    Review by C (Posted on 6/6/16)

  25. Wolf 223 Rem 55 Grain Gold FMJ - 1000 Rounds

    Regular Price: $284.85

    Special Price: $259.85

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    Manufacturer Wolf
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 55 Grain
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
    Use Type plinking at the range
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 1000
    Ammo Caliber 223 Remington
    Manufacturer SKU G22355FMJ
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 645611301049
    Cost Per Round 26.0¢ per round

    Shooters have come to know Wolf for value and now - these brass cased Wolf Gold 223 rounds offer a new intersection of value and performance. You’ll have ammunition that cycles smoothly from round to round. The full metal jacket ensures less fouling, while the strong load behind the 55-grain bullet delivers maximum performance. These rounds have a blistering muzzle speed of 3,240 feet per second, making them some of the fastest cartridges available. This package is a full case of ammo - 1,000 rounds.

    WOLF Performance Ammunition is a top brand for target and competition gun owners who enjoy high-volume shooting. They specialize in high-quality yet affordable rounds for a wide variety of purposes.

    The .223 Remington is a fantastic round for target shooting and hunting. With tremendous speed and precise accuracy, the .223 has become one of the most popular cartridges in the nation. Thousands of gun owners have selected the .223 Remington for sports like wild hog, coyote, and even small deer. No matter what your sport, you need a full supply of cartridges that you can use at the range, so order this bulk case of 1,000 full metal jacket .223 Remington rounds.

    Wolf Ammo has recently told customers to not use their 223 Rem ammo in any Smith & Wesson M&P 15 rifles. We highly recommend you follow their warning until you hear otherwise.

    Customer Reviews

    Cycles in my Adams upper!

    I run a Adams Arms piston gun. It doesn't cycle light loads. Most .223 fall into that category.
    This is pretty hot and cycles every time. This is a great value and Wideners has always had the best deal, even including shipping on this product.
    Great product and the owner cares about my concerns, personally, if I need his involvement! Don't be shy about doing business here. You'll be satisfied. I am!
    Thanks again!

    Review by J (Posted on 3/22/17)

  26. IMI 308 Winchester Match Grade New Unprimed Brass Casings - 1000 Casings

    Regular Price: $298.85

    Special Price: $270.00

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    Manufacturer Israeli Military Industries
    Ammo Caliber 308 Winchester (7.62X51)
    Quantity 1000

    IMI brass casings have earned a reputation in the shooting industry for being very high quality and perfect for your custom bench loads, and for reliable performance in M14/M1As. These 7.62 NATO/308 Winchester new production brass cases are un-primed and Match quality. IMI's Match grade brass is manufactured to near exact tolerances and is paired with some of the strictest quality control standards in the industry. IMI supplies ammunition to the Israel Defense Forces and their products are NATO qualified. You won't be disappointed with this 1000 piece box of premium, new production brass cases.

    While you are here, don't forget to check out Widener's great selection of 308 Bullets!

    **Note: this is not loaded ammunition**

    Customer Reviews

    HARD TO PRIME

    I primed these cases with a bench mounted priming machine, even with this machine it was a hell of a workout. I used Remington primers don't know if there is better brand easier to load that is. Great value for the money though. Some body said they were looking for long range cases the only ones i saw for sale were 454.00 a thousand and they were not matching lots.

    Review by BULLET MAN (Posted on 7/31/18)

    Excellent price for the quality of the IMI brass

    I have now bought two separate 1,000 case lots of this brass from Wideners. It is reasonably priced for the quality. I am partial to IMI ammo loaded with SMKs so feel the brass will likely match the quality of IMI's ammo.
    I weighed and measured ten cases pulled haphazardly from a box of 1,000. AVG weigh 180.32, ES 2.4. OAL AVG 2.00935, ES 0.0065. That is a tad heavier than LC brass, although in testing I found the IMI cases to have slightly more water capacity than LC cases. Please make your own measurements and draw you own conclusions. I consider these IMI cases a good proxy for LC brass which I have been unable to find new. Not Lapua, but not Lapua price either :-)
    If you do not have or cannot buy any WW LR primers I'd suggest you skip this IMI brass. The primer pockets are quite tight and I deformed several Federal, CCI and UG primers trying to seat them. WW LRPs are a tad smaller by my measurement and go in OK. S&B primers might work too, but I haven't tried them. The primer pockets take a 0.208 pin gauge easily, 0.209 needs a push so let's say 0.2085 would be a press fit? The tight fit was quite frustrating, honestly, but the upside is the brass will probably last through more reloads as one can switch up to larger primers.
    Being bulk packed, some case necks are a bit dinged up, but salvagable. As they come from the box the neck tension on these cases is quite tight so I'd recommend at least running them into an expander ball before loading even if you don't neck size them.
    At risk of stating the obvious as I said I think the IMI cases are a good proxy for LC cases, please remember they have less volume than most commercial cases so you *will* have to adjust loads down if they were developed in commercial cases.
    Overall take: Good, tough, LC-proxy brass for a reasonable price.

    Review by Woofie (Posted on 7/1/18)

    Great Product

    IMI is the best bulk brass around.
    Excellent service from Wideners as usual.

    Review by Michael (Posted on 11/19/17)

    Outstanding new quality cases

    I was looking for new unprimed military weight cases like Lake City National Match or M118 Long Range. Unfortunately, these cases are hard to find and not new. IMI cases appeared perfect. I ordered one afternoon and received the IMI cases two days later. Excellent service. With shipping the cases were around $300.00 per 1,000. Thirty cents per case. The 1,000 cases arrived loose in one big box. Prior to reloading I neck sized the cases to insure the necks were uniform. I immediately loaded twelve rounds. In six I used CCI 200 primers and in the other six I used CCI 34 primers. For nine of the cases I used a primer pocket uniformer and reamed the flash holes. I didn’t have any primer seating problems. The three untouched cases primed easily also but I felt the primer pockets were slightly tighter. I used an RCBS Automatic Priming Tool for all twelve cases. All cases were checked with a L.E. Wilson case gauge and were within SAAMI specifications. Case length was between 2.005 and 2.012 inches unfired. The majority were around 2.010 inches. All lengths were within SAAMI specifications. I did have to chamfer the inside of the necks.

    Three cases from each primer group were fired in a 308 bolt rifle and an M1A. All chambered well and extracted well. Most of the bolt gun fired cases would still fit into the Wilson case gauge. The M1A cases were a little oversized. After resizing, the M1A cases exceeded the maximum case length, any where from 2.016 to 2.022 inches. But they did fit inside the Wilson case gauge at just below maximum headspace. The bolt gun cases, after resizing, were still under the 2.015 maximum case length and won’t need trimming, unlike the M1A fired cases.

    Bottom line, these are quality cases. They should be reloadable several times. The second reloading averages out to fifteen cents per case. This is fairly inexpensive compared to more softer expensive cases that get chewed up in an M1A. If you buy 1,000 cases I would expect you to be a serious reloader. As such, you probably have a primer pocket uniformer, case gauges, flash hole reamer, case trimmer etc. I didn’t have to swage any primer pockets. After dry media tumbling the cases still looked brand new. The Speer reloading manual #14 uses IMI cases for some of the 308 Winchester data.

    Review by Marine Distinguished (Posted on 11/4/17)

    Excellent brass

    Comparison of 30 random cases to like numbers of LC cases:
    IMI - Avg 179.8 grains, Extreme Spread 1.8 grains, SD 0481; LC 89 Match - 177.7, 3.1, 0.826; LC 75 - 177.9, 5.0, 1.21
    Caveat: LC cases are once shot then head spaced prepped and trimmed to 2.005" case length

    Review by Rufnek (Posted on 10/22/17)

    Great brass

    Excellent brass, cases were already prepped and ready to load. Primers went in smoothly, I checked a lot of cases with a case gauge and every one was spot on. Never tried the IMI brand before and won't hesitate using this brass again.

    Review by Mike (Posted on 5/22/17)

    A+

    This brass exceeded my expectations. I am new to .308 and didn't want to deal with machine gun fired 7.62 brass and thought I'd give these IMI cases a try. I recommend this product.

    Review by BuildnBurn (Posted on 5/3/17)

    All I ever use for long range rifles

    VERY GOOD BRASS, I like it better than any other.
    My hand loads out of the Rem 700 PSS,to the GA Precision high dollar bolt 700's,have consistently shot half inch and Below w/175 Sierras@ 0.15 off the max.
    It's case thickness requires you to start approx 2grs off max.
    Drive them to approx 2710,FGM 210, or CCI BR2's.
    Will get you unreal accuracy if you do your part.
    Used thousands over 20 yrs.

    Review by Doszap (Posted on 4/27/17)

    Best choice for self-loading match guns.

    As others suggested, this is traditional military weight. Unlike .223/5.56 and .30-06, for which U.S. military and commercial brass tend to be close in weight (actually LC is slightly lighter in .223), the .308/7.62, second only to the .300 WM, has more weight and powder capacity variation among headstamps than any other. This difference grew after Winchester designed the semi-balloon head brass for the 1992 Palma match, which got down in the 150 grain range, and which they adopted for regular .308 and some other brass later. Original Lake City brass was always closer to 180 grains. However, I understand that in 2012 ATK put out a request for new military case designs to reduce cartridge weight by 10%, and I don't know the status of that undertaking. But this IMI brass is like the orininal military spec brass, but tighter in weight tolerance and with cleaner mouth trimming, as mentioned.

    The first 30 cases I measured ran 179.3 to 181.2 grains, for a mean of 180.25 grains and an SD of about 0.55 grains. But I'll caution that this was grabbed off the surface of the box and was not a carefully random sample, so until I get time to weigh a few hundred, I won't be fully satisfied on either figure.

    My 0.0760" (minus 0.0002" tolerance) pin gauge was the fattest to pass through the IMI flash hole, where the new Starline brass I was evaluating recently passes a 0.0800" gauge, more like other commercial brass. So the IMI has about an 11% smaller gas vent aperture. But this is not as small as the 0.069" flash holes in some European brass, so I don't anticipate special treatment. If you are using one of the spherical powders that needs a magnum primer to ignite it consistently, this may actually help the gas pay out a little more gradually into the case and influencing pressure variation slightly less. But if you see ingition issues (high MV SD on the chronograph is a clue if you don't own a Pressure Trace or a standard pressure barrel), figure to use a 0.080" or 0.081" flash hole reamer on a few to see if that helps.

    The primer pockets on all IMI brass can be tight. I had some of their .45 Auto MATCH at one point that I had to run through my Dillon primer pocket swager like crimped brass before my Dillon Square Deal could seat primers in it properly. The SAAMI spec for large primer pocket diameter is 0.2085"-0.2100". My 0.2090" pin gauge will not fit either the IMI or Starline pockets, but the 0.2080" gauge drops to the bottom of the Starline and wiggles slightly, while it will only go about half way into an IMI primer pocket. I figure IMI may be targeting 5.28 mm, which is 2.079", and is slightly below U.S. standard size range. So don't expect the tight TulAmmo or Wolf primers to squeeze into these willingly. You'll want to swage or open the pockets with a #4 reamer (0.209") for those. The Federal primers will squeeze in, and folks using maximum pressures will be happy to have a little extra tightness for primer pocket diameter to grow a little over several load cycles.

    Like military and commercial brass here, the neck wall total indicated runout is typically somewhere around 0.002"-0.003", with a some smaller and some larger. For bolt gun match loads, you'll either want to sort the best ones out or outside-turn the necks uniform. But in self-loaders I don't think you benefit much from going to that trouble.

    So, if you still shoot Palma or other 1000 yard disciplines with a .308, you may want lighter brass to be able to squeeze an extra couple of grains of powder in and gain a few feet per second. But for M1A, .308 Garand, and AR10 type rifles, the IMI brass is the thing to have at the moment. If you shoot Benchrest, you probably want Lapua or Norma brass for its tight wall runout. But for rugged brass that doesn't cost an arm and a leg, especially for self-loaders, this IMI Match brass is the ticket. Impossible to beat at this price. I gave it 5 stars for being the best match to this purpose.

    Review by Unclenick (Posted on 2/14/17)

    Excellent Brass

    Purchased brass looking for something between machine gun fired LC Brass and the expensive Lapua Brass for my bolt guns. This brass is extremely nice, very uniform and loads right out of the box with minimal prep. The brass is heavy like LC brass so when working loads start low and work up watching for pressure. Some data tables will give loads using lighter Winchester brass and you will not get to the max loads listed in those manuals. Other than that, this brass is high quality, match grade material. Might buy another 1000 :)

    Review by Robert (Posted on 2/1/17)

    Bright consistent brass.

    Found brass to be uniform and case mouths chamfered ready for loading. A few cases required a pass over the sizing die expander ball to round up the mouth. Primer pockets are tighter than other brands of brass, but should extend loading life of the cases. I use Federal 210M for bolt gun loads, and Remington 9-1/2 primers for M1A loads. Both required 'firm pressure' on the priming tool handle to seat the primers below the bottom of the case. Overall, these cases can be put into service with minimal prep work; more so than all other brands except maybe the most expensive. Test loads with match grade 168 gr bullets resulted in sub MOA groups at 100 yds. Next test will be 175 gr loads at 600 yds. Expectations are that this brass will not detract from accuracy performance at that range based on 100 yard test firings.

    Review by Boomer13 (Posted on 12/8/16)

    Beautiful brass

    Excellent quality brass, as advertised.

    Review by Artifex (Posted on 12/4/16)

    High quality, great value!

    These are beautiful cases, nice polish, nice finish. Some out of round mouths due to bulk shipping to be expected, they all go thru the process anyway. Overall great value! Will buy again!

    Review by Mike (Posted on 9/25/16)

  27. Fiocchi 223 Rem 55 Grain FMJ – 1000 Rounds

    Regular Price: $289.85

    Special Price: $275.00

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    Manufacturer Fiocchi
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 55 Grain
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
    Use Type plinking at the range
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 1000
    Ammo Caliber 223 Remington
    Manufacturer SKU 223A
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 762344861326
    Cost Per Round 27.5¢ per round

    Get in your range time without breaking the bank, with this case of Fiocchi ammunition.

    This case of 1000 rounds is loaded by the increasingly popular Fiocchi Ammunition Company. Fiocchi produces a wide variety of range training, self defense, and hunting ammunition, and is sold in the US and several other countries around the world. The Italian based ammo manufacturer primarily produces quality yet affordable brass cased ammunition and uses a variety of projectiles made both in-house and by other highly reputable companies.

    This ammunition is loaded with a 55 grain full metal jacket bullet, and has muzzle velocities of about 3,200 feet per second. This ammo is great for all types for range training and tactical training, including high precision marksmanship training. This ammo is also cheap enough to make a good plinking round and accurate enough to be used with hunting small varmints, although it does not expand on impact with its target. Order your case today, and safe shooting!

  28. Federal 223 Rem 55 Grain American Eagle FMJBT - 1000 Rounds

    Regular Price: $299.85

    Special Price: $285.00

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    Manufacturer Federal
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 55 Grain
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket Boat Tail (FMJ-BT)
    Use Type plinking at the range
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 1000
    Ammo Caliber 223 Remington
    Manufacturer SKU AE223BK
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 50029465099324
    Cost Per Round 28.5¢ per round

    The .223 Remington is one of the most popular cartridges in the country, and you can get the supply of ammunition you need with this bulk box, which delivers 1,000 rounds of accurate, effective, and reliable ammo. You won’t have to worry about stocking up on .223 cartridges when you order the 1,000-round bulk pack!

    This round uses a high-quality 55-grain full-metal jacket bullet with a boat tail, making it extremely reliable coming out of the barrel and traveling downrange. It has a muzzle velocity of 3,240 feet per second and an energy of 1,282 foot pounds.

    Federal Premium is one of the top names in ammo. Since 1922, they have been creating excellent ammunition for a wide range of uses, including hunting, self defense, and target practice. They carry a complete line of center and rimfire cartridges, shotshell, and muzzleloading equipment. They also create products and supplies for ammunition reloading.

  29. Federal 5.56x45mm 55 Grain Lake City FMJ - 1000 Rounds

    Regular Price: $320.00

    Special Price: $295.00

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    Manufacturer Federal
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 55 Grain
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket Boat Tail (FMJ-BT)
    Use Type plinking at the range
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 1000
    Ammo Caliber 5.56x45mm
    Manufacturer SKU XM193BK
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 029465560713
    Cost Per Round 29.5¢ per round

    When you need a full supply of military-spec ammunition for your target shooting and range practice, you need this box of 1,000 rounds. These .223 cartridges are perfect for a long day at the range, as they deliver the performance and accuracy that you have come to expect.

    These rounds hold a 55-grain bullet, which is one of the most common sizes for a .223 cartridge. It has a full metal jacket, which delivers outstanding performance downrange as well as reliable feeding and movement in the magazine, chamber, and barrel. These round are especially effective for autoloading rifles.

    These .223 cartridges were originally made for the U.S. military to use in an M16 rifle. They were manufactured at the Lake City Army Ammunition Plant in Missouri, which has been creating ammo for the U.S. Army since 1941. The facility is not only used for small arms ammunition, it is also a site for reliability testing as well as training for 325th Medical Detachment.

  30. CCI Mini-Mag 22 LR 40 Grain CPRN - 5000 Rounds

    Regular Price: $324.00

    Special Price: $299.00

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    Manufacturer CCI
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 40 Grain
    Bullet Type Copper-Plated Round Nose (CPRN)
    Use Type plinking at the range
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 5000
    Ammo Caliber 22 Long Rifle (LR)
    Manufacturer SKU 0030
    Primer Type Rimfire
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 10076683000306
    Cost Per Round 6.0¢ per round

    CCI Mini-Mag features a reusable plastic box and clean burning propellants, but the real gem of CCI Mini-Mag, is the CCI sure-fire primers. CCI makes some of the best primers in the world, especially when it comes to rimfire primers, like those on these 22 LR rounds.

    With five thousand rounds of copper plated round nose 22 LR, you are set for months, if not years, of range training. You simply can't go wrong with CCI rimfire ammo, and with 5000 rounds, you want to make sure you have reliable ammunition with a long shelf life, which is no problem for CCI. Don't miss your chance to grab this deal!

  31. Federal Lake City 5.56x45mm 62 Grain FMJ M855 - 1000 Rounds

    Regular Price: $314.85

    Special Price: $299.85

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    Manufacturer Federal
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 62 Grain
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket Boat Tail (FMJ-BT)
    Use Type plinking at the range
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 1000
    Ammo Caliber 5.56x45mm
    Manufacturer SKU XM855CS
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic Yes
    UPC Barcode 604544642827
    Cost Per Round 30.0¢ per round

    Do you need a full supply of 5.56x45mm ammunition to get you through a marathon range training session? Then this bulk box of 1,000 rounds is perfect for your needs. You’ll get 1,000 of the most reliable 5.56 NATO cartridges you can find, delivering hours of accurate, reliable target practice with superior performance in the barrel and downrange.

    These rounds use a full metal jacket, giving them excellent performance from the moment they discharge to the instant they hit the target. They are highly accurate downrange, and you can rely on them to be extremely consistent, as they are loaded to the NATO M855 designation.

    These rounds were manufactured at the Lake City Army Ammunition Plant in Missouri. This facility has been making top-quality ammo for the U.S. armed forces since the 1940’s. It was the first ammunition plant ever operated by the U.S. Army and currently manufactures ammo and conducts reliability testing.

    Customer Reviews

    Mil-Spec M855

    Look, this is mil-spec M855 62gr ammo, not match grade ammo! M855 is not as accurate as M193 55gr ammo because the steel penetrator doesn't always line up in perfect balance when the bullet is assembled. It is excellent ammo for ranch defense and ranges up to 400 meters with minimal bullet drop. The M193 55gr is a little more accurate but drops a lot more and is more susceptible to cross winds. If you are shooting either of these rounds from an AR15 at 100-200 yards I guarantee they will do just fine!!

    Review by Station (Posted on 8/28/18)

    Great ammo for the price.

    This ammo is combat tested and great to train with. With iron sites I was able to achieve 1 MOA at 300 meters. ( That is a 3 inch spread between 3 rounds at 300 meters.) Not bad for my old eyes, or for this ammunition. I used a COLT 6940 to get the job done. I would recommend this ammo to anybody who wants a reliable round to shoot.

    Review by Soon to retire MSG (Posted on 7/14/18)

    XM is good for plinking and casual shooting

    Fine stuff for casual use, not target grade but reliable and fairly clean,
    Yes it has the penetrator, should be obvious, because that is what 855 is supposed to have. Can’t see giving it two stars because it is built to spec as previous reviewer did. It seems to go bang every time and less than 30cents/ round for even XM855 is not a bad price. If we want to quibble, then having to true up staked primer pockets when reloading is an extra step, but that goes along with mil-spec ammo also.

    Review by CTX HAM (Posted on 7/13/18)

    fine for plinking but be aware of the steel penatrator

    I've shot a lot of M855 and it's fine blasting fodder or if you need to shoot through car doors but buyers should be made aware that this stuff (usually, but not always designated with a green tp on the projectile) has a steel penetrator and is not allowed on a lot of ranges.

    Review by JC (Posted on 6/26/18)

  32. Federal Hi-Shok LE 9mm +P+ 115 Grain JHP - 1000 Rounds

    Regular Price: $359.85

    Special Price: $299.85

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    Manufacturer Federal
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 115 Grain
    Bullet Type Jacketed Hollow-Point (JHP)
    Use Type home defense
    Casing Type Nickel-Plated Brass
    Quantity 1000
    Ammo Caliber 9mm Luger (9x19)
    Manufacturer SKU 9BPLE
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 50029465088069
    Cost Per Round 30.0¢ per round

    Since 1922, Federal has been providing some of the best ammunition on the market, and this Hi-Shok ammunition is no different. Delivering great expansion, Federal's Hi-Shok rounds are great for self defense. Accurate and dependable, you won't be disappointed with these amazing jacketed hollow point rounds.

    Firing at 1300 feet per second, these 9mm +P+ rounds offer higher velocities and snappier recoil than most other 9mm loads. With the great expansion of the jacketed hollow point rounds and the added speed of the +P+ load, you will be able to stop a threat immediately due to the exceptional efficacy of these Hi-Shok LE rounds. With 1000 cartridges, you will be able to train and hone your skills with high power ammunition.

  33. PMC X-TAC XP193 5.56x5mm 55 Grain FMJ-BT – 1000 Rounds

    Regular Price: $339.85

    Special Price: $309.85

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    Manufacturer PMC
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 55 Grain
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket Boat Tail (FMJ-BT)
    Use Type plinking at the range
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 1000
    Ammo Caliber 5.56x45mm
    Manufacturer SKU 5.56X
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 20741569010119
    Cost Per Round 31.0¢ per round

    The X-TAC line from PMC more closely follows the same specifications used for manufacturing military grade ammunition. As a result, this 1000 bulk pack of 5.56mm has a few features that you won't find in usual lots of inexpensive ammo. These XP193 rounds are great for rainy day storage, high round count classes, practice sessions, fun plinking, and building a ballistic chart close to NATO-spec M193.

    Like M193, these XP193 rounds feature 55 grain bullets which are compatible with the widest range of barrel lengths and twists of AR, SCAR, ACR, and other 5.56x45mm chambered rifles. The full metal jacket boat tail (FMJ-BT) projectiles feature a toothed cannelure which prevents round setback during rough handling or repeated loading and live ejection; bullet setback can affect accuracy or even cause catastrophic firearm failure. In addition, the reloadable brass casings have a consistent coat of sealant surrounding their non-corrosive Boxer primers which prevents moisture from entering the cartridge and creating dud rounds. The casings are also annealed for added strength to prevent pressure-induced malfunctions and guarantee long brass life for reloaders.

    PMC ammunition is produced in South Korea on some of the same tooling and machines used to supply NATO countries with war-fighting ammo. These bulk packs are highly regarded among American shooters for their inexpensive cost, high reliability, and adherence to M193 specification.

  34. Fiocchi 357 Mag 142 Grain FMJTC - 1000 Rounds

    Regular Price: $364.85

    Special Price: $329.85

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    Manufacturer Fiocchi
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 142 Grain
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
    Use Type plinking at the range
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 1000
    Ammo Caliber 357 Magnum
    Manufacturer SKU 357F
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 762344861395
    Cost Per Round 33.0¢ per round

    If you are looking for an affordable, yet quality, option for volume shooting, look no further. This 357 Magnum ammo has full metal jacket projectiles with a cone shaped nose with the tip cut off. This design allows for reliable feeding in semi-automatic pistols, and greater accuracy from longer distances.

    Since 1876, Fiocchi has been innovating new ideas to improve the quality of their products for shooters worldwide. As a family-owned business, Fiocchi continues to put business-savvy ideas in motion while maintaining affordability in their products. You can't go wrong with this ammunition. Buy yours today and shoot away!

  35. Hirtenberger 308 146 Grain FMJ - 960 Rounds

    Regular Price: $524.85

    Special Price: $499.00

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    Manufacturer Hirtenberger
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 146 Grain
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
    Use Type plinking at the range
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 960
    Ammo Caliber 308 Winchester (7.62X51)
    Manufacturer SKU AH308A
    Primer Type Berdan
    Magnetic Yes
    UPC Barcode 308146FMJ960
    Cost Per Round 52.0¢ per round

    This 146 grain 308 Winchester ammo was produced in Austria by Hirtenberger. This is surplus ammunition, which was manufacturer and packaged in the 1970s, and is a great option for "rainy day" storage and emergency storage. In its current packaging it can be stored in a ammo can or other moisture resistant container, and last for many more years. Each round is loaded with a Berdan primed brass case, and has a magnetic bullet, so check with your local range to ensure that magnetic ammo is allowed. This ammo is perfect for range training of all types, from marksmanship training to tactical training.

    Customer Reviews

    Awesom quality ammo!

    Very clean and accurrate. Cycles great in All my semi auto 7.62 rifles

    Review by Phillyray (Posted on 1/29/16)

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