Description

105-000-689WB
9mm Luger 115gr Full Metal Jacket 500/Case
Cartridge: 9 mm Luger
Bullet Weight (Grains): 115
Rounds: 500
Bullet Style: Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
Brand Style: Target, Training, ...

Description
High-quality ammo offers outstanding performance at an economical price—perfect for punching paper at your favorite indoor or outdoor range. Available in a variety of popular handgun calibers with standard bullet weights that ensure your gun shoots the same in practice as it does under stress, when every shot counts.

Brownells Coupons

M8y
Expiration date Unknown Report
NCS
Expiration date Unknown Report
PJS
Expiration date Unknown Report
NBM
Expiration date 2018-Sep-30 Report
Auto Discount
Expiration date Unknown Report
M8Y
Expiration date 2018-Sep-30 Report
MDV
Expiration date Unknown Report
M7R
Expiration date Unknown Report

Price History Chart

Comments

Login or register to post comments

No offense to the one that confirmed it's ok to send the barcode from the case/box such as the 1000 rounds box. So I called and was told that it's acceptable. Has anyone already gotten their rebate by this method or any trouble? I already got a case of 1000 and might get more to reach my $200 max rebate.

0 votes
0 votes

Yes sir. I received my check after sending in the cardboard UPC from the 1000 round case.

0 votes
0 votes

Jeez, Brownells is really playing a lot of games with ammo prices lately...

0 votes
0 votes

Can you just send in one UPC label or do the stupid thing and have to send one from each box?

0 votes
0 votes

The rebate form states:

"Consumer must submit rebate form with product UPC barcodes cut from packaging, ..."

Notice the "s" on barcodes? I took that to mean the barcode from every box. Rebates tend to be denied if the instructions are not followed precisely. So I submitted the barcode from each box to make sure.

If you buy a case and if it is listed as a case purchase on your invoice and the case has it's own barcode, then you could probably just submit the case barcode. Even then I would call and confirm.

Even though the 1000 rounds I ordered was packaged in a case, my invoice reflected the purchase was for 50 boxes of 20 so that is how I filed my rebate claim.

1 vote
0 votes

It has been confirmed multiple times that you only need to send the UPC in from the case if you buy a case.

0 votes
0 votes

Brownells raised the price for BF. I paid less for this a couple months ago!

0 votes
0 votes

No fault of Brownells, but a Long waiting time before you receive your rebate check.

1 vote
0 votes

Hmmm, my checks are here. Took one month. Not bad really!

0 votes
0 votes

Mine was filled out online and placed in the mail on 10/2. Check was received on 11/27.

0 votes
0 votes

Should the "Total Product Purchase Price" in the online rebate form be the amount before or after the coupon code (i.e., "M3P)?

0 votes
0 votes

I used the before price and circled it on my invoice.

0 votes
0 votes

Well, it happened, I missed the deadline. Federal gave a tight window to get the rebate in. So when it takes a while to get the ammo, and life is busy enough, only like 10% probably claim the rebate. Especially with the tight window.

Last Fed rebate I attempt. Fuck you Federal, and your rebate schemes.

1 vote
3 votes

Sorry, but how did you miss the rebate deadline? https://sporting.myonlinerebate.com/images/11659_extended.pdf shows it is good from July 15 to the end of the year, and just have to submit by Jan 31, 2018.
I'm about to pull the trigger on this, i've had success with MIR's in the past

5 votes
0 votes

I don't do rebates. Takes forever, and over 50% of the time I never get them.

2 votes
0 votes

My last Federal rebate came faster than any others I have sent in to other companies. Remington, on the other hand, look forward to waiting forever and hoping they don't screw it up like they have done to me in the past.

0 votes
0 votes

If you skip the rebate it's $99.99 delivered to your door. Is there a better deal for brass??

0 votes
0 votes

What deal?

1 vote
0 votes

The Aguilla deal is better. Screw rebates.

0 votes
0 votes
Login or register to post comments