X2! I have yet to try them but heard they make good stuff and prices are good too!Freedom Munitions has some good deals.
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+1 I love PSA ... the free shipping deal was killer. Sometimes you can catch Cabela's with a great ammo price and free or $5 shipping. It's all a matter of timing.
Actually, M855 (or NATO ss109) is the 62 gr. steel-core round, M193 is 55 gr. lead with no steel. You can easily tell with a magnet. US-made M855 typically has a green polymer tip, but European/Israeli 855 does not.CAUTION: If you shoot rifles, make sure either a) your range allows steel core ammo or b) know what steel core is so you can avoid it. Two very popular 5.56 rounds are M855 and XM193. These are both steel core and I haven't been able to find a range that allows it and I live in the dessert!
You are correct sir. I must have misread it somewhere. What I have is 250 rounds of M855 and 1,000 rounds of PMC XTac. It's not marked anywhere on the box, but it is green tipped and made in Korea. And it is 62g.Actually, M855 (or NATO ss109) is the 62 gr. steel-core round, M193 is 55 gr. lead with no steel. You can easily tell with a magnet. US-made M855 typically has a green polymer tip, but European/Israeli 855 does not.
Yeah, me neither. The best I've seen is every once in a while they send out "save $50 on $500, $40 on $400, etc, etc.Also, haven't seen any free shipping offers from Midway USA in a long time.
That's for sure! I always total it with tax and/or shipping and figure out the price per round. Reasonable shipping fees are one of the main reasons I primarily order from PSA.The Best deal on ammo often depends on who will ship it cheapest. Free or cheap shipping and no handling charges can offset a cheap sale price pretty fast when substantial weight is involved.