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Natchez has reduced their standard shipping rates by 40% - 45% across the board and it is also selling/shipping products to Alabama now.

Use Federal Lake City XM855 Green Tip Centerfire Ammunition. The unique green tip epitomizes the famous and well regarded Federal Lake City designs and engineering advancements. Every bullet is precision manufactured so you get high performance.
This ammo is mil-spec and difficult to find. It is loaded to NATO specifications and perfect for an AR 15. This is the same type of ammo issued to the military overseas currently and is noncorrosive, reloadable, and brass cased for all of your shooting needs.
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MPN#: XM855BK
UPC#: 029465065010
SKU#: FAXM855BK

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Expiration date 2019-Sep-21 Report

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$309.99
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Why would I be happier? This price is .31/rd. Your link takes me to Swedish ammo at the same price per round because of the $16 shipping charge.

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Because that federal *might* shoot 3moa IF you're lucky due to the steel core being off center (always).
I like to hit what I'm aiming at....had a feeling others might too.

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I've never had a problem with it. Hell of a lot better then 3MOA. And a lot more then the ammo goes into accuracy and groupings...like barrel length, barrel manufacturer, twist rate, grain weight, optics quality/clarity, and the human factor, just to name a few. I have 6 ARs, covering the 3 main twist rates and 4 barrel lengths. No 2 shoot the same ammo and same grain weight with the same accuracy. One must try many brands and weights to find out what a particular gun "likes". There may be bad ammo out there, but there's a difference between sniper qualification and plinking at the range or side yard. I have many hundreds of rounds of this exact ammo. While 4 of my guns didn't like it, 2 of them did, but even 3MOA is good enough to hit a Coke can.

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So, you say that your own guns give this ammo a 67% disapproval rating.....but you're happy with it ?
How fucked up is that ?

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You seem to be extremely ignorant. Anyone that knows anything about firearms and ammo will tell you that for every gun there is a certain ammo that will optimize the accuracy of that gun. For one thing, guns can't disapprove. Also, a bad grouping doesn't mean it's bad ammo. I can take 69gr Sierra Match Grade, which my 18" 1/7 loves, and shoot it through my 16" 1/9 and get a bad grouping. Now, if I just shot it only through my 1/9, I'd think it was bad ammo, but it's not. Conversely, it doesn't mean the 1/9 is a bad twist rate because it shoots certain brands and grain weights far better than the 18" 1/7. Also, my 16" 1/7 favors a different round than my 18" 1/7. And, yes, I'm happy with any ammo that matches well with any of my barrels and twist rates. Hopefully you will get educated on the concept of ballistics and begin to understand the matter a little more. Or, you can stay ignorant, and how fucked up is that?

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The fact that you vote up your own posts speaks volumes on your maturity level.
That's all, drive thru please.

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Compared to psa’s current price and charging shipping and tax...this is 26c per round after shipping and $50 manufacturer rebate. Surprised natchez is beating psa!

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Natchez price $309.99 - $20.00 off Coupon for $150.00 order = $289.99 +Sales Tax $20.66=$310.65 =$21.86 Shipping =$332.51 - $50.00 Rebate=$282.51 :1000 Rounds= .2825 cents per round not .26 cents a round .02 cents =1000 rounds is $20.00 Besides the 1000 packs of green tips palmetto had are sold out https://palmettostatearmory.com/lake-city-m855-5-56x45-1000rd-bulk-packa... your quoting are the 1000 round XM193 not green tip https://palmettostatearmory.com/federal-xm193bk-5-56-1000rd-case.html

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Not a deal. Shipping cost is to much

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Not a deal. Shipping cost is to much

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free shipping with code "FS190826" ON 8/26/19 through 8/27/19 at midnight.

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Not much of a deal after shipping.

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Agreed

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$283.35 shipped to Houston... pretty good price!

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This is a good price, i paid 300 for the same thing from palmetto about 8 months ago and that was a fair price. This is especially good if you buy multiples, 1 saves 40, 2 saves 80, etc.. dont expect match quality but this is good surplus. What we used in the service, and we would shoot oversized man targets at 500 yards with consistent hits.

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Never a deal at Natchez unless shipping is free. They gouge you terribly on shipping.

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$25 shipping for me for a total of $286. Seems like a good deal.

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$36 shipping. I'd rather give my business to Palmetto State Armory, who routinely has better prices and almost always ships free. Natchezss can pound sand.

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Just a side note that shipping at Natchez IS actually cheaper right now. Normally, a pack like this would be 35-45 to ship. It's just under 20 to ship for me. Not a bad deal at all!

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There is no deal here!
The total cost minus the discount is $462.32

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As of 4-14-19, it’s $289.99 shipped.

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It was a deal yesterday. Must have went off

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Not bad!!

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Damn. Loose packing but at that price might have to do it

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