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Back in stock, 1000 round cases of Fiocchi 5.56. 55gr FMJ/BT M193 spec ammunition. Brass cased and fully reloadable. Excellent grade 1 ammunition.
Sale priced at $359.99 per 1000 rounds, packed in 50 round boxes with 20 boxes to a sealed case. We charge actual discounted UPS rates. E/mail us your zip code for a shipping cost.

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$23.41 is shipping to any state No tax as long as you don’t live in they state they are in.

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Sorry but I won't waste my time creating an account just to find out shipping cost. That should be estimated in the cart.

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After taxes and shipping it’s 33 cents a round. No thanks

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7 months later, people are begrudgingly paying over $.40/rd during COVID-19. LOL!!!

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Why are you laughing? We’re being fleeced by price gouging retailers.

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I can laugh because I’m intelligently prepared. I have the luxury of waiting this out until after the election.

I’ll post what I keep posting here, hoping it sinks in for people:

“So I suppose the Government should step in and regulate these prices then, huh? Or, better yet, everyone in the free market should boycott purchasing anything from these "greedy capitalists?"

Perhaps it would be beneficial for you to revert back to what you may have learned in high school economics regarding how supply and demand interact to create pricing. For convenience...

https://courses.lumenlearning.com/boundless-business/chapter/pricing-pro...

Are prices high? Yes. SERIOUSLY high. If you were smart and purchased ammo when prices were low, good for you! If you didn’t purchase when prices were low, you are now learning that you probably should have done so, instead of all the complaining about how the "bastard businesses are jacking up prices!" Whether they're greedy or not isn't up to me to say. Maybe they are. Maybe they aren't. But not EVERYONE SELLING AMMO is out on some conspiracy to jack up the prices and get rich off of the poor, unprepared idiots who are just now deciding that their life is worth protecting.

People need to stop being idiots about this “crisis,” and then we wouldn't be in this pricepoint. It's not the supply that's the problem. It's the demand.”

On that, feel free to use whatever emotional logic you want for your rebuttal.

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I got it for $285 shipped. No tax to my state though.

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Sorry Ryan, do not know what shipping calculator you used. But our UPS program says the worst case shipping fee from us would be $27 with residential extended area fees applied, That puts you at $0.29 per round. Call us at 608-464-7615 and I can give you an exact quote - Regards Fred

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Yea after taxes and shipping it’s like .32 a round. Not a deal

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Yea after taxes and shipping it’s like .32 a round. Not a deal

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