Description

This Federal Lake City XM855 ammo is newly manufactured and comes packaged in an M2A1 50 Cal Ammo can. The projectile is a 62 grain "green tip" bullet.

SKU: 5165493682
UPC: 604544669046
MFR#: ZSAM855MOI
Caliber: 5.56x45mm NATO
Bullet Weight: 62 Grains
Bullet Type: Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
Muzzle Energy: 1326
Muzzle Velocity (FPS): 3104
Rounds: 820 Rounds (20rd Boxes)
Production Location: Lake City Manufacturing Facility

Orders of two cans come in a Lake City Ammo crate (pictured)

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My local store had these today for 0.36 ppr and I didn't have to pay shipping. I got some 9mm brass for 0.19 ppr too. Sad part is, getting that 9mm for the normal price was lucky.

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Problem is I think this is the new norm. They’ve passed gun control, the green new deal and created a 1984 police state with this virus. Why would they relinquish that power?

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The funny thing is you won't recall you said this a month from now while complaining about some new end of the world gubment power grab. I am betting you thought Obama was going to install himself as a dictator, operation jade helm was a cover, and Y2K was the beginning of the end.

Sad thing is people like you can, and sometimes do vote.

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I guess he spent too much time in TTAG comment sections.

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Over priced sportsman's guide have good prices

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I'm all for capitalism I just won't pay this price and I'll wait for the market to correct itself. I can say most of my local gun shops haven't upped their pricing but it's tough to get in. Fortunately I have some stockpiled already and will willing shoot .22 to practice until pricing comes back down. On the flip side this is the current going rate like it or not everyone is charging about the same .... Except Snatchez and Cheaper than Dirty hookers. Those fuckers get no business from me because there's capitalism and then there's just being a bunch of pricks and that's how capitalism works for us as opposed to against us ,by choosing with our wallets.

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For what its worth. Global Ordnance is selling frangible 5.56 in same shipping configuration. 369.00 per 840 rd can. Mil Spec surplus

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So all you anti "price gougers", which is worse - No ammo (or TP, sanitizer, etc) available at the normal price, or ammo available at a higher price? If there is no ammo available, you have no choice - you ain't getting any. If the ammo is available, but at a higher price, you have a choice - buy it at the asking price, or don't buy it. What motivation will a supplier/manufacturer have to meet the demand by working longer hours, increasing staff, investing in equipment, etc. if they are not able to see a benefit to doing so? "Gouging" helps eliminate hoarding. Again, look at the TP. You had people going in and buying all they could leaving none for other people. If the price of the TP goes way up to the point that you will only buy what you need, then it will be available for everyone else. I for one would much rather have very expensive toilet paper than none at all. And before anyone says "well some people can't afford the higher prices", please tell me how keeping the price regulated will make it any different for them. It won't, because they still wouldn't be getting their TP. For some better explanations on this topic, look up John Stossell. Rant over.

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While in theory you’re right I am not buying it. Most of this was probably in inventory. If you can prove a manufacture date on or after COVID ok.

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Lol, no one curr about lolbert autism

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I can 100% GUARANTEE you that this ammo was not produced at a higher cost per round than the ammo of 2019, 2018, 2017, etc. Winchester in Oxford has made little to no "infrastructure" change in the last 5 years to amount to anything. Are they working full time? Yes. Are they changing how they make ammo? Nope. And they are selling for a set contract price to distributors. So who is making this stupid markup? You guessed it: middle man. Don't be fooled, the average worker at Winchester, Federal, Remington,
Hornady benefits zip from this and people will buy regardless of price. You have never worked retail or large industry by your comments.

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I agree. Or it was made months ago.

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Maybe they are working overtime to ship. Maybe they are paying higher shipping rates. Maybe the retailers are working overtime to ship, receive, stock. At the end of the day though, who cares. Free market sets the price. If nobody likes the asking price, the will have to sit on it or lower the price. If they are able to sell it at the higher price, then guess what - that is now the going rate. If you don't like it, don't buy it. I am in the camp of "don't buy it" because I chose to stock up when prices were low over the last few years. But there is a cost of doing that too - tying up money. Others choose not to tie up their money in ammo over the last several years, so they pay for it now in the higher price of ammo. Capitalism - It is great and it ain't that hard.

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"Capitalism - It is great and it ain't that hard." Then why the 2.5 trillion dollar stimulus package? Notice how quick 99 percent of hard core capitalists took a hard left towards socialism the second when they found out about 'free' $1200 checks?

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Gov't debt and spending has nothing to do with true Capitalism. Not a fan of the stimulus either.

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Throwing money at businesses is not capitalism....that was clearly my point.

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Another person gets it! Thank you GWW. All these other folks would call themselves conservative, capitalist, free-market, constitutionalists... until they get mad because they want more ammo when there is little to go around and are forced to pay market price.

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There is only 1 person here who understands supply and demand. The rest of you are talking like communists. Maybe the government should set ammo prices, that sounds logical.

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I can't believe people hating on this price but not Brownells, whos currently SOLD OUT of Russian steel 223 that was sold at .27 to .29 per round. That was the price for xm855 pre-covid panic buying. Every retailer has marked up their ammo to cost prohibitive prices. Wait a few months and hopefully it will go back down
I dont remember seeing Wolf for that price during the Obama regime, people are hysterical and apparently there are plenty of people who will pay whatever is asked.
https://www.brownells.com/ammunition/rifle-ammo/223-remington-55gr-fmj-b...

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If you're looking for a place to put your money, buy VSTO stock, you know they're going to beat their projected earnings with this type of market.

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Nope

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"The market will regulate itself!"

Also the market:

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#pricegouging we wont forget

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F-k Palmetto c-ck suckers. I will never buy so much as a trigger pin from them again after this. And I've spent THOUSANDS on ammo and firearms etc over the last 5 years. F- them

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If you bought a bar of gold a year ago and the price is 30% higher now, what are you going to sell it for?

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Spoken as someone who has no clue of the bullion market at present.

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Why would you say that?

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Since currently there is no bullion to be had, at any price.

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PSA has always given me great service and they've offered good deals I've benefited from. There are some offers they put out there that aren't good for me at the time, but they might be good for somebody else. Supply/Demand dictates price and they have the right to generate profit to pay for salaries and operations cost.
So stop whining and buy this ammo elsewhere if you can find a better deal.

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Let’s hear it from the fanboys! Hahahahaha!!!

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Palmetto State Armory has joined the Lower Than Dirtbags. Price gouging during a declared emergency is illegal...

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Illegal or not it’s still crap from a company that insists it’s for the people. Thanks but I’ll take my business elsewhere.

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I didn’t see any other gun companies give to local state citizen defense leagues in the past month like PSA did, 60k check to the VCDL to help fight for 2A

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Price gouging like this, they should have the extra $ donate in an attempt to attone for their sins and let them sleep better at night.

Let the comments about supply-and-demand and capitalism fly.

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From where I sit,this is the price of ammo everywhere. CTD naturally takes it to an extreme,to say the least but PSA is charging market price. Any better deals on .223/5.56? Please share.

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