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OverviewFeaturesProvides improved accuracy and lethality over longer distances Open Tip Match projectile provides higher stopping power than the standard 5.56mm NATO Ball round Sierra Matchking projectile offers greater accuracy potential over all ranges Established in 1933, IMI is a defense systems house specializing in the development, integration, manufacturing and life cycle support of modern land, air and naval combat systems and HLS solutions. IMI's world class combat-proven systems are developed by vertically integrated expert teams, working in close cooperation with the customers, the most prominent being the Israel Defense Forces (IDF). IMI's products have been qualified with the IDF, US Military (Air Force, Army and Navy) and NATO nations. Sierra MatchKing bullets have very thin jackets and are held to exacting tolerances in diameter and weight. These Hollow Point Boat Tail bullets have a small meplat to produce a higher ballistic coefficient. Their accuracy has been acclaimed worldwide and they have been used to win more target competitions than all target bullets from other manufacturers combined. This ammunition is new production, non-corrosive, in boxer-primed, reloadable brass cases.Please Note: While the 5.56x45mm NATO will fit in a .223 Remington chamber, the 5.56 is a military round that runs at higher pressures than its .223 counterpart and is not recommended to be fired in a .223 Remington chamber.Quantity Packs:Box of 20 = As pictured Case of 500 = 25 boxes of 20 Made In {{countryOfOrigin}}

Product #: 546028 IMI Ammunition #: 5.56 77gr Razor Core

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I'm still sitting on a pretty good quantity of this stuff. Shoots Sub-MOA in most my ARs, and just over MOA in the others. Really consistent stuff.

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5 month later, $120 for 240 rounds, $.50 per rd.

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Two years later, after Trump, COVID-19, 2020 riots, CHAZ, and election year - $450 for 500 rounds.

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It's basically MK262 ammo, same bullet (SMK 77grain) same loading, just not black hills which is fine by me since black hills is over rated bigly.
It's always been about 75 cents to $1 a round and is not easy to find.
I roll my own but I have shot this stuff and it'll shoot lights out if you and your rifle are up to it. My Lilja 24" barreled precision AR will throw it to 3/4" at 200 yards easy and sometimes even better.

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Agree with the primary sentiment of what you’re saying. The thing with Black Hills is the reputation for highly consistent loads. If you’re able to load your own, awesome! Probably even slightly better than BH. If you’re not a reloader, the black hills stuff would be more consistent than IMI and therefor more accurate.

I just find the difference in price point from that post I replied to compared to today’s pricing to be extremely funny. And also depressing. LOL!

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500 rounds $280 shipped.

Lowest I have seen in years for this.

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