1,000 Rounds Bulk Packaged Federal American Eagle XM193 5.56 NATO 55gr FMJ - Made by Lake City Ammunition Plant in USA! XM193BKX
Brand : Federal
BACK IN STOCK SOON! 1,000 round case of newly manufactured Federal XM193 55 grain FMJ-BT cartridges in caliber 5.56 NATO. Federal XM193BK or XM193BKF (same ammunition, slightly different packaging). Bulk packaged 1,000 loose rounds in box or in 50 boxes of 20 rounds.
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This is military style ammunition for your military style AR-15. This ammunition is for use only for chambers marked 5.56 NATO, as are most AR-15 carbines and rifles. Do not use it in sporting rifle chambers marked .223.
"Once our zero and function is confirmed with a few hundred rounds, ALL additional training is conducted with 55 gr FMJ--generally Federal XM193 or AE223. Whether using 77 gr SMK, 75 gr TAP, 70 gr TSX, 64 gr JSP, 62 gr JSP, 55 gr JSP, or 50 gr TSX, the POA/POI with the 55 gr training ammo is more than adequate for training out to 100 yds and is reasonably OK out to 200." Dr. Gary Roberts
"XM193 product is first run, first quality product manufactured by the Lake City Ammunition plant in Independence, Missouri for Federal Cartridge. It is made to Federal specifications typical for commercial ammunition. All XM193 product is the same regardless of the sku or part number. (ie. XM193C is the same as XM193F, XM193CBP and etcâ¦) The only difference is the package configuration." This same round is also packaged as XM193C "American Eagle Tactical XM193." Federal Premium Ammunition Website April 3, 2012
Jason Nash, Group Lead, Communications - ATK Ammunition and Related Products Group: "We've had several questions regarding the XM designation and following is our official statement regarding what the product is. XM193 ammunition is 5.56mm contract overrun material. It may not meet all of the mil-spec requirements, however, it does meet all requirements of commercial ammunition for pressure, form, fit and function. Like any other mass-produced product, there are often imperfections in either appearance or non-functional mechanics. As we all know, the military is very stringent in their requirements and for good reason. This being the case, it doesn't take much to fall outside of those parameters."