History of Bulk 5.56 Ammo

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Where to Buy Bulk 5.56 ammo?

We strive to keep 5.56 ammo for sale in stock and ready to ship to your door. Get all the best 5.56 bulk ammo available from PMC, Winchester, and Federal. Save even more on bulk 5.56 NATO by purchasing military surplus 556 ammo from Lake City or IMI.

Your 5.56 bulk ammo purchase will be shipped straight to your door in a discrete, unmarked package. Nosey neighbors will have no idea that your postman just dropped off 1000 rounds 556 bulk ammo at your doorstep and you’re ready to defend freedom with your trusty AR-15.

What’s the benefit to buying 5.56 bulk ammo?

Buying 556 ammo in bulk saves you money!

Probably the biggest reason to buy bulk 5.56 ammo is the cost savings it affords you. We understand that you work hard for every dollar and want to give you the cheapest 556 ammo to keep your AR-15 or Mini-14 running smooth and clean every time you hit the range. Ammo isn’t cheap, and the talking heads in DC are only going to make it more expensive, but when you buy 1000 rounds 556 ammo you can save huge per round as opposed to buying 20-round boxes.

You’re Ready for the Range

If there’s one thing that 2020 taught us, it’s that supply chains are fragile. If you wait to buy your 5.56 ammo at the range, not only will you pay more, but you don’t know if they will have your preferred brand in stock. However, when you get your 5.56 bulk ammo pack, you’ll always be ready to head to the range and punch some holes in paper or clang some steel. While your buddies are beholden to whatever the range has in stock, you’ll be locked and loaded with your favorite 5.56 bulk ammo and not have to worry if you’ll be able to shoot today or not.

You Support Freedom

The right bear arms is unalienable, God-given, and protected by the Second Amendment. With every bulk 5.56 ammo purchase, we will make a donation in your name to a freedom loving charity at no expense to you. We do this because we want to give back to all those who have sacrificed for our great nation and those who continue the fight to protect your 2A Rights. When you make your 5.56 bulk ammo purchase, make sure to select the charity that you want to donate to and identify with the most and protect the next generation of shooters and their right to bear arms.

How much does bulk 5.56 ammo cost?

Shooting can become expensive, but you need to keep your marksmanship skills sharp to defend yourself, your home, family, or freedom. Buying 5.56 ammo in bulk is the best way to reduce your cost per round and maintain a steady practice routine. Although 5.56 bulk ammo might not be as inexpensive as bulk ammo 7.62x39, it’s still America’s favorite round and is an excellent choice for defending freedom or removing four-legged varmints from your property.

The cost per round for bulk 556 ammo is considerably less than buying 20 round boxes each time you hit the range. Save upwards of $0.20/round on our 5.56 ammo in stock.

For more options, check out our Winchester 5.56 ammo, Hornady 5.56 ammo or PMC 5.56 ammo page for the best deals!

If you’re interested in saving up even further, check out our bulk ammo pages, such as our 300 AAC bulk ammo page or our bulk 22 ammo page.

The right bear arms is unalienable, God-given, and protected by the Second Amendment. With every bulk 5.56 ammo purchase, we will make a donation in your name to a freedom loving charity at no expense to you. We do this because we want to give back to all those who have sacrificed for our great nation and those who continue the fight to protect your 2A Rights

Thats a great write up.
I fully support that statement :100: % proud to see stuff like this still being written.!! :clap::us_outlying_islands:

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Thanks, brother. I only wish we could ship ammo to every man and woman on the face of the earth, excluding communisits.

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I live in the Czarist regime of New York State. We can no longer buy ammo from the internet. Has to be in person with ID.

Happily, since Hillary first ran and I lost all confidence in Washington to defend the Second Amendment I accumulated Spam cans for my .303/7.62x54R, plus components to reload all the firearms I own. The .303 Greek I have did MUCH better than my 401(K) for capital growth. Even 9mm (who reloads 9mm?). The .303 Mk4 is also a looser to reload (Case Stretch) so I stockpiled a LOT of cases. I may be good for life at current rate of fire. :wink:

My favorite deer rifle is a .260 Remington. That is a red haired orphan lately so I always have to use reloads based on the outstanding Swift “factory” version of the 130 gr Scirocco bullet load. I love that load and made sure I have enough for 20+ years of hunting. ;-). May need to refresh powder . . . or not.

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