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Ammo 5.56 NATO American Tactical SS109 FMJ 62 Grain 30 Round Box 2750 fps Turkish MKE Arsenal KE55645

American Tactical Imports
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American Tactical Imports 5.56X45, SS109, in 30 round boxes. High quality, new Turkish MKE Arsenal ammo is loaded to shoot less than 1 MOA. Brass cased with crimped primers to prevent backed out primers. Tips are not painted green because it is not manufactured in the US and is not required for identification in other countries. NATO Spec M855, SS109 Penetrator load headstamped MKE 09. 
Total number of Reviews: 12

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2.0 5
"If you are looking for a good penetration round DO NOT BUY this ammo. Its just like a regular 62 grain FMJ. Makes a slight indent on a 1/4 inch steel plate. Save your money!!"
5.0 5
"I bought one box to try them out. Shot 1.5\" MOA. Went right through a 1/8\" metal canister. Not as clean as UMC 62 grain, but cleaner than the Russian stuff. This is the best value in brass cased 62 grain rounds."
4.0 5
"Can't really complain about 30 rounds for this price. The brass is dent free and shiny, and shoots accurately and doesnt seem to jam much. Its probably the cheapest ammo out there right now and its not reloads."
2.0 5
"I fired 30 round of these yesterday, and rim of brass chipped against my extractor (regular bolt carrier with d-ring). I couldn't take out case from barre, so my range time was over.Maybe I had bad luck once in million, but I don't think I am gonna buy again."
1.0 5
"I bought a bunch of this stuff because the price seemed good. Took a couple boxes to the range and couldn't even fire a full box. The extractor rim broke off of every round I fired. I had to rod the empty brass out of the chamber. This is definitely not worth the money. Now I can't even get rid of it. Buy steel cased if you are trying to save money but stay away from this stuff."
5.0 5
"I have a Kel-Tec SU16 and it loves this 5.56 ammo. I haven't had one misfire or jam. Reloadable brass. This is clean, NATO spec 5.56 ammo, not .223! If you have a .223 don't order this stuff. Accurate and far better for your gun than any of the cheap Russian stuff out there.This is good stuff for the price if you have a 5.56mm!"
2.0 5
"I had to try it at that price. Approximately 10% were underpowered enough to cause short cycling. Says on box loaded to NATO standard, HA! Made in Turkey, go figure."
5.0 5
"Have an early Mini 14 with 1-10 twist, for it much more accurate than 55 gr."
5.0 5
"I've ran 360 rounds of these through my EA lower and unknown upper Mforgery with no problems. The BCG wasn't too gunky afterwards either, I would put it equal with Lake City."
5.0 5
"Okay, this stuff works great, okay? It is cheaper than Lake City, is Nato spec, and the only ammo I use anymore. For those guys who had extraction problems...please read the operators manual about cleaning the chamber."
5.0 5
"Alright, let's answer some questions people seem to be confused about:1) \"Does Penetrator mean it's armor piercing?\" Hah. No.2) \"Why do copper casings break in my gun?\" Because your weapon is telling you to stop being abusive and treat her right.3) \"Should I use this round in a life or death situation? Is it combat ready?\" Would you trust your life to something that is repeatedly praised for how cheap it is? No. It's a good range round, though. (And it is cheap)So DO buy this round if you're going to practice on paper targets. DON'T shoot this round in competitions, self-defense, or military engagements."
2.0 5
"One in ten were short, Groups fine though. However very dirty, second cleaning well advised."