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200 Round Battle Pack .223 or 5.56 NATO Igman 55 Grain M193 FMJ Lead Core 3250 fps

 
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This is M193, 55 grain FMJ lead core made by Igman for Military contracts around the world. This is a great bargain for you on real military contract ammunition. Each sealed battle pack holds 10 boxes of 20 rounds each for a total of 200 rounds. Perfect for long term storage. M193, .223/5.56x45, FMJ, 55 Grain, 200 Round Battle Pack.

Igman .223 Ammo is very high quality, manufactured in Bosnia.This is some of the best ammo on the surplus ammo market today at a great price.


Ammo restrictions: We do not sell ammunition to Hawaii, Alaska, Massachusetts; New York City; Washington, DC; or Cook County, Illinois. Please check your state and local laws before ordering ammunition.

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Total number of Reviews: 7

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4.0 5
"This ammo is very similar to the ammo I fire at work through my M4 or my SAW. The stuff I got was fairly consistent and did not mis-feed, or fail to fire once out of 200 rounds. The price is comparable to that steel cased crap that you see everywhere, and is much better, and easier on your star chamber (for you AR people out there). Bottom line: it does what it is supposed to do, and made for an extremely enjoyable afternoon at the range."
– 11b
5.0 5
"This is a good, cheap ammo for a fun day at the range"
– wizard
4.0 5
"Big Red Jeep has it wrong. M193 is the ammunition that was originally loaded for the M16A1 rifle. It has a 55gr lead core bullet at approx 3250 fps. This stuff doesn't feel like it is near the 3250fps of true LC-XM193 but it shoots ok. No issues with this ammo. I fired it through my match grade AR15A4 and through my Bushmaster M4."
– army shooter
4.0 5
"I fired 400 rds of this stuff at the range the other day. I didn't have any issues with this stuff at all. Fed and fired well without excessive carbon build up. Didn't feel as hot as the stuff I remember from when I was in the service, but made for a fun and trouble free day at the range and didn't break the bank. I just bought some more just to keep on hand, Thanks CTD."
– BigAl
4.0 5
"Well, the stuff works and works well, at least in my Mini-14 anyway. It's a heck of a lot better than the steel-cased ammo and only costs slightly more."
– Turtle
3.0 5
"I have a new S&W M&P15 (76XXX) and this stuff had horrible accuracy out of my 16\" 1:9 barrel. I was shooting tight groups at 100 yds with Federal XM193 and Black Hills 55-gr FMJ's, but one mag of these things and my target looked like a shotgun target. 1-2\" groups with the other ammo became 5-6\" groups with this stuff.It functioned flawlessly and seemed to be pretty clean.Would not buy it again."
– Bill
3.0 5
"I purchased this ammo about 2 months ago and I just got a chance to shoot it last week. It seemed that it had a little more power than the Remington UMC loads that I had been shooting earlier but, not as accurate. I was shooting a Bushmaster M4 that is completely stock. None of the rounds had any issues with misfeeds, misfires, etc., except for one, which had a large dent in the case around the neck, so I didn't try that one. It is kinda cool that it comes in the sealed packs, it seems like a good choice for storage. Overall I would rate it as good, but accuracy could be better."
– MPD