Produced by CBC Defense, the same manufacturer of Magtech and Sellier & Bellot, this premier M193 5.56x45mm ammunition has been supplied to military and law enforcement branches across the world. Manufactured in Brazil during the late 2000’s, this surplus ammunition is Boxer Primed, Non-Corrosive, and ready to go! Weighing in at 55 Grain, each Brass cartridge contains a lead core (FMJ). The ammunition is vacuum sealed into metal ammunition cans containing 1000 rounds a piece! Based on our inspection this is great ammo made with outstanding components, in fact, the case neck is heat treated and aneled enhancing its strength and durability, making it perfect for those reloading and those who demand seamless reliability every time they shoot. This also comes with a complimentary 50 CAL. ammo can!

Model M193
UPC 000000000193
SKU 000000000193
Weight 44.0000
Application Performance/Protection
Boxes Per Case 20
Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
Bullet Weight 55 GR
Caliber 5.56 NATO
Casing Material Brass
Grain .55 Grain
Muzzle Energy 1224 ft lbs
Muzzle Velocity 3165 fps
Quantity 1000
Rounds Per Box 1000
Units Per Pack 1000

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Is this not in stock anymore or what?

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Got one of these, should have seen that it's made in 2005. That's 17 yrs ago 0_o.

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I've got some 1943 30-06 ammo.
Shoots fine, no issues.
I have some ammo I reloaded from mid 90's.
Shoots fine, no issues.
It's not like it's an over ripe apple on a vine, it's meant to in ammo bunkers (see Seal Beach Ca.),

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Anyone estimate S and H to western Oregon?

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