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1000 Rounds of 5.56x45 M193 Ammo by MBI - 55gr FMJBT

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  • $310.00 each if you buy 2

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Ammo Overview

Ammo Quantity - 100 rounds per sealed pack, 10 packs per box
Ammo Manufacturer - Military Ballistics Industries
Bullets - 55 grain full metal jacket boat-tail (FMJ-BT)
Ammo Casings - Boxer-primed brass

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Posted On: 10/22/11 By: Anonymous

A: No, this is not corrosive ammunition.

Posted On: 10/18/11 By: Farley

A: No, 5.56 ammo should not be fired through a rifle with a .223 chamber.

Posted On: 10/17/11 By: Brad M

A: This MBI ammo does not have crimped primers or sealed primer pockets, making it a good choice for reloaders. From a test barrel, velocity should be 3200fps.

Posted On: 8/26/11 By: Dowell T.

A: We have received positive feedback on MBI's 5.56/223 ammo from our customers. This particular load is using a Hornady 55 gr FMJBT projectile which is supposed to have better ballistics than the Lake City projectiles used in most of the M193 on the market currently. If I were you, I would buy a 100 round test sample of MBI's 5.56x45mm ammo as well as a couple boxes of Federal American Eagle's M193 ammo to test out in your specific rifle. Let us know what you think afterwards on the product review pages comparing grouping size, velocity consistency, etc. I look forward to hearing your results. Thanks!

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