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American Eagle 5.56 55gr XM193 29.99 per 90

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It's not an NRA Show Deal. They've been pricing it there for the past few months most of the time.

 

I think $0.33 per round is marginal but reasonable on clips, since I can't find better. I would pay the extra 10% to have it on clips. I hate putting a case of ammo on clips to put into storage, because I can't use the original packaging and prepping cans is a pain anymore.

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Thanks!  They had some decent prices on some other calibers so I took advantage of the free shipping!  Ordered on Sunday.  Let's see how long it takes to arrive.

 

1 - Fiocchi .357 Magnun $19.99

6 - Sellier & Bellot 9mm 115 gr $10.99

2 - Federal 5.56 90 rounds on Stripper Clips $29.99

2 - Sellier & Bellot .45 ACP 230gr FMJ $16.49

 

Just under $180 for everything....shipped!

 

                                         

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A short 6 days later, ammo waiting at my front door!  :)

 

I don't understand why some people hate on PSA. :dontknow:  

 

This is my 3rd time ordering with them and never a problem. 

 

Thanks Rav3n for the heads up!  Apprciate it.  :good:

 

Sorry...getting ammo make's me break out the emoticons!  :sungum:

I think PSA has gotten considerably better over the past few months.  A year or so ago you would wait a minimum of a month for anything to even be shipped.

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I think PSA has gotten considerably better over the past few months.  A year or so ago you would wait a minimum of a month for anything to even be shipped.

 

First time I ordered from PSA was when I ordered my AR upper.  They said it would take about 3 weeks.  I was in no rush.  It came right around the time they said it would.

 

Glad they seem to be doing better.  I've had nothing but good dealings with them.

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