Federal Lake City 5.56 NATO Ammunition, 420 Rounds, FMJBT, 55 Grains, Stripper Clips, 3,165 Feet Per Second

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Lake City ammunition is known for its quality assurance and high quality products. This load is no different. This XM193 product is first run, first quality product, manufactured at the Lake City Army Ammunition Plant for Federal Cartridge, and is made to Federal specifications typical for commercial ammunition. Each cartridge is headstamped with the manufacturer's symbol and year of manufacture. It must have an accuracy of 3-10 round groups not to exceed 2.00" mean radius maximum average at 200 yards. 100% mechanical and/or electrical detection of propellant levels within the cartridge, and 100% visual inspection of finished cartridges prior to packaging.

The finished rounds consist of sealed primers which is ideal for long term storage and moisture protection. The ammo comes 10 rounds to a stripper clip, with 3 stripper clips to a cardboard sleeve, for a total of 420 rounds inside a , new from factory, M19A1 .30 cal ammo can.

420 Round Ammo Can

Features and Specifications:
Manufacturer Number: XM193LC1AC1
Caliber: 5.56 NATO
Bullet Weight: 55 Grains
Bullet Type: XM193 Full Metal Jacket Boat Tail Projectile
Muzzle Velocity: 3165 fps
Muzzle Energy: 1282 ft/lbs
New Reloadable Annealed Brass
Uses: Target, Range, and Plinking
New Genuine Weatherproof M19A1 .30 Cal. Ammo Can

Note: This item is manufactured in the Lake City Plant currently run by Federal ATK. The ammo is brand new, brass cased, boxer primed, non-corrosive and re-loadable. It is made to military specifications which require the cases to be annealed. Unlike civilian production ammo, the military requires to see evidence of annealing on the round itself. This is why the cases will appear to be discolored.  This is done on purpose in order to meet the military requirement for overall strength and durability of the finished round.