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WINCHESTER 5.56X45MM M855 500 Rds

(7 customer reviews)

$375.00

Per Round Cost: $0.450

Weight:4.50 LBS

Caliber:5.56x45mm NATO

Bullet Weight:62 Gr

Bullet Type: Full Metal Jacket

Case Type: Brass

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WINCHESTER 5.56X45MM M855

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Brand Winchester
Caliber 5.56x45mm NATO
Model M855
Bullet Weight 62 Grain
Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket
Reloadable Yes
Case Type Brass
Rounds Per Box 150 Rounds Per Box
Boxes Per Case 4 Boxes Per Case
Muzzle Energy ft-lbs
Muzzle Velocity  fps

7 reviews for WINCHESTER 5.56X45MM M855 500 Rds

  1. pbordelon

    Fed perfectly, with no problems. It is accurate and American produced. However, the 150 boxes seem to be filled with weight and the scale is slightly too light. The boxes I received were closed and contained the 146 rounds instead of. the stated 150 rounds. The price per round is high enough without sucking customers into a short sale.

  2. memoli

    I purchased a 150-round pack from cabelas for $150. It’s around .60 per round. Loyal ammoshop is much more cheaper.

  3. norinnah

    This is the standard M855 ammo. The same accuracy as the 855s I had during my time in the Army. The reason I only gave it 4 stars is due to the price. I can understand the current economic climate that we’re in but Academy offers the exact ammo at 10 cents a round less, which is a significant difference. Midway can improve its performance.

  4. memoli

    This is M855 standard ammo. The same accuracy as 855s that I have used for the Army. The reason why I gave it only 4 stars is due to the price. I can understand the current economic climate that we’re in but Academy offers the exact ammunition for 10 cents per round less, which is a significant difference. Midway can improve its performance.

  5. julianchavez

    .25″shot in groups of 100 yards with no issue.

  6. julianchavez

    The only problem is most shooting ranges won’t want you to use this ammo.

  7. julianchavez

    Clean, accurate, with no failures to fire. No problems with feeding, fed very well. The downside is the cost per round, is getting quite expensive.

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