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9mm $7.49 per Box, 5.56 $5.66 per box free Ammo Can.

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Palmetto is having more ammo sales that are even better with Vista/Federal rebates.

Case of Blazer Brass, 9mm 115 grain, $169.99 free shipping, minus $20 rebate which brings it to $149.99 for 1,000 rounds, or 20 boxes.

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For 5.56/223, there is Federal XM855LC1, FMJBT, Steel Core on stripper clips, with ammo can!  $139.99 with free shipping, minus $21 rebate for $118.99 for the package, or $5.66 per box with free ammo can.

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