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When the chips are down, you shouldn't be worrying about your ammunition. PMC agrees completely and responded with their X-Tac line. X-Tac is tried and tested by military and law enforcement around the world. Trusted by enthusiasts and professionals alike, PMC has left nothing to chance with the X-Tac line. Hit the range, load up these precision-made rounds and watch your paper targets drop like flies.About PMC Ammo.PMC ammunition is loaded in new brass cases with boxer primers. This ammunition is non-corrosive and is loaded to SAAMI specifications. Each of these rounds complies with MIL SPEC. All PMC ammunition is reloadable.Reloadable, brass caseNon-corrosive, boxer primerPlink that steel, order today!Please Note: The 5.56x45mm round is loaded under higher pressures. Please check with gun mfr. / manual to ensure it is recommended to shoot 5.56x45mm. Key Specifications Item Number: 181279Caliber: 5.56x45mmBullet Weight: 62 grainBullet Type: M855 full metal jacketCase: BrassPrimer: BoxerReloadable: YesCorrosive: NoMuzzle Velocity: 3,020 FPSMuzzle Energy: 1,255 ft.-lbs. Mfg. Number: 5.56K / DK Back to top
Item number: E730L-181279
UPC#: 885344360276 ($180.49)

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Ive never had a membership and never will. But i believe every word you wrote! I also never refer to Cheaper than dirt as such. I always say "lower than Dirt" because of their gouging back in 13'. They can go pull on themselves! Along with their un-American, uninformed customer base.

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He did say newb, that meant "new to thinking" also! Heh heh

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I used to deal with Sportsman's Guide and was a big proponent until they screwed me over and repeatedly lied to me about the reason why. Giving me no less than 4 different reasons of which none were the truth. Now with them having raised the annual membership from $20 to $40 per year, I don't buy from them anymore.

They usually never have the best pricing unless you are a member and they have some shady practices you aren't aware of until you get caught up in them. You can't tell it because of the way SG dominates the listings, but there are other vendors that have better deals than SG even at member's pricing.

For example I just ordered a few days ago from PSA a 1000 rounds of the exact same ammo for $349.50 plus $26 shipping to Tampa for a total of $375.50...no membership fee required.

I am a loyal customer until a vendor jerks me around and lies to me. I just wish there was a way to filter out vendors on this website. I would prefer not to see any ads from certain vendors like Sportsman's Guide and Cheaper than Dirt. SG dominates this site so much anymore it is like gun.deals has become an extension of SG's website.

Because of this, I find more of my actual purchases are from emailed specials from the vendors that I prefer on this website, rather than from this website any more. Too many paid ads anymore rather than user posted adds like it used to be. I guess it is what it is and I am sure there are still loyal membership holders of SG that feel differently.

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500 rounds is cheaper per round than 1000 rounds.

That makes a lot of sense.

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It's ok, 'cause you'll never get either. ..

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Was cheaper 2 months ago....

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let my membership expire. good luck tryin to get ammo within 6 months. not worth the hassle and expense of membership.

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Let me guess "Backorderable". Would never buy another item from this vendor. You will never know when you may or may not get it.

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shows out of stock

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Now I remember why I don't buy from Sportsman's Guide anymore. I placed an order this morning when it was in stock and just received an email that it's on backorder until November. Lame as always!

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Strange.....i've ordered 3 times in the last month and never received such an email.
The trick is too buy a case......its the last part of their deals to sell out.
Free shipping as well.......and got 16 bucks off my last order for updating my membership.
Unbeatable..... :)

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I stand corrected....the 1000 round cases sold out first!
Good deal!

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They were under $350 per case pre panic. Still a little ways to go but we're getting there.

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Awesome.....used the monthly coupon for 395.00 for a thousand rounds.
Take that all you jag offs that stalk walmart at 5 am !'

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Thanks good deal for this ammo, thanks for posting!

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Those of us with 1/7 twists who've been waiting for 62gr below 40cpr here it is...

Who can argue 1000 rounds of it shipped for $390?

Thanks for a legitimate posting.

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Noob here... what is 40cpr?

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cents per round.

This isn't rocket science.

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Cost per round?

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In for a box of 500.

Thanks!

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