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Posted On: 9/23/2022
A: Yes sir! PMC does not load corrosive primers.
Posted On: 7/18/2022
By: Jesus Diaz Pacheco
A: Thanks for reaching out Jesus! This ammunition should function correctly with any rifle chambered for 5.56x45, your Armalite included.
Posted On: 7/5/2022
By: Gene Lapp
A: Thanks for reaching out Gene! Here are our measurements: 12.5" L x 9.0" W x 4.5" H.
Posted On: 1/11/2022
By: Frank F.
A: I'm happy to say we can sir! We cannot ship to Rochester, Buffalo or the city, and we can only ship to an FFL dealer where you can pick up your ammo in person. You can learn all about our service to New York here, as well as see the complete list of stores we can ship to:
Posted On: 1/3/2022
By: Stanford Heiner
A: My apologies sir, but we're unable to ship to California.
Posted On: 11/9/2021
By: David Washburn
A: Yes sir, this ammo should function correctly in your Colt!
Posted On: 10/20/2021
By: Duane Startin
A: Yes sir, we do! Please redeem it right here:
Posted On: 8/3/2021
A: Yes sir, this is just about the most basic 5.56 ammo you could find and it should function correctly in a Mini-14.
Posted On: 7/6/2021
By: Ron Reece
A: Yes sir, this ammo should function correctly in any 5.56 AR-15, your S&W M&P included.
Posted On: 3/23/2020
By: Francesca Martorano
A: Absolutely, Francesca, this ammunition is a suitable choice for that firearm.
Posted On: 4/25/2018
A: These will work, but are ideal for a 1:9 twist rate barrel. If you have a 1: you will want to use a 60-70 grain bullet and if a 1:7 heavier than 70 grain is what i would recommend.
Posted On: 1/3/2017
A: Hello Tom,
Currently PMC manufactures all of their ammunition in their South Korea based manufacturing facilities.
Posted On: 12/13/2015
A: Hello Dallas,
This ammunition is loaded in boxer primed brass that can be reloaded.
Posted On: 6/2/2015
This 55 grain PMC ammunition does not contain any steel. The bullet is made up of a copper jacket and lead core.
Posted On: 1/22/2014
By: Urban L Underbrink
These 5.56 M193 rounds by PMC have a lead core and copper jacket. The M855 rounds have steel in the tip but not the M193s.
Posted On: 8/16/2012
A: This burnt look we see is part of the annealing process from the manufacturer. The neck portion of the case is treated with heat in order to give it proper strength for bullet seating and reliability when fed into your rifle. Some agencies will require this burnt look exposed to confirm this process was completed correctly. Brass that does not appear this way has been polished to hide the annealing process.