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Federal 5.56 NATO 55gr FMJ 420rds in Ammo Can - $139.99 ($118.99 after MIR) shipped Quick Overview
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Federal Lake City 5.56x45mm M193 NATO Ammo 55 Grain FMJ 420 Rounds on Stripper Clips in Ammo Can - $139.99 Federal Lake City 5.56x45mm M193 ammo for sale that features 55 Grain FMJ bullet. New production 5.56mm Federal ammo is reloadable, features brass cases and Boxer primers. This ammunition is
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Federal Premium AE XM193 5.56 NATO 55Gr 420 rounds - $119.99 after code "CC201820PCT" Features and Benefits55 grains.556 NATO caliber420-round boxStripper-clipped canSpecificationsNumber of rounds:420Grain weight:55Hunting - Species:Hog/PredatorCaliber:.556 NATOWhat's in the BoxFederal Premium®
Federal Premium American Eagle XM193 .556 NATO 55-Gr 420 rounds - $119.99 after code "CC201820PCT"
Features and Benefits.556 NATO caliber55 grains420-round boxStripper-clipped canSpecificationsNumber of rounds:420Grain weight:55Hunting - Species:Hog/PredatorCaliber:.556 NATOWhat's in the
Federal 5.56mm 55Gr FMJ 420 Rnds w/Stripper Clips & Can - $139.99 Stock up on Federal's American Eagle Bulk 5.56 Rifle Ammunition smooth-cycling, military-spec. ammunition that comes packaged in a sealed mil-spec, reusable ammo can with a temper-evident seal. Features 55-gr. FMJ in Lake City brass
Brycen,Bryden, thank you for the review! It is not our intention to ever send out blemished product. I would like to replace the BCG for you if you would like. We strive for excellence and want our customers to know that.
Damn dude, you just don't give up do you? It's not fraud selling a knockoff. There is no patent protection on a charging handle of any kind or shape. I will copy and paste my last response to your ridiculous "legal expertise".
Why all the lawyer talk? Any idiot knows that an ambi ch for $15 isn't a Radian quality. Also, Davidson Defense doesn't have a stellar reputation among the gun community to start with. And knocking off or copying something isn't fraud nor illegal. If that was true, then there wouldn't be any ARs in existence except for the original Armalite Rifle (AR) of the 1950s. So, if Colt, S&W, Ruger, Springfield Armory, and thousands of others can copy an entire gun, why do you think it's fraud and illegal to copy a simple charging handle? And where did the 922R stuff come from? 922R has nothing to do with whether you have Chinese parts, Mexican parts, or Bulgarian in your build. The 2 best examples that I can think of when someone needs to be concerned with 922R compliance are the owners of CZ Scorpions (which I am) and of an AK that is made in China, Russia, or Eastern European. Foreign guns made in foreign countries need to be in 922R compliance. You came off as sounding smart, but your facts fell short