Stock up on some of the best quality 5.56mm ammunition you can find with this 1,200 round bulk pack from Israel Military Industries (IMI). These NATO-spec rounds were designed for use my the Israeli Defense Forces as well as other NATO militaries and will function splendidly in all rifle designs chambered for 5.56x45mm. These cartridges are made under the popular "Green Tip" M855* designation and have sealed primers for moisture resistance, annealed casings for ensured strength, and crimping around toothed cannelures to prevent projectile setback. The 62 grain rounds match popular military and civilian weights for the caliber and will follow long-studied ballistics while stabilizing consistently from many popular barrel twists and lengths.
IMI is Israel's own manufacturer of military weapons, small arms, and ammunition. As the supplier to Israel and their sponsored war-ready states, IMI's ammunition is held to high standard both as a domestic good and an export and can be trusted to function soundly and reliably.
*M855 rounds use a mild steel penetrating tip so please check with your local range for permission before use.
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Q: Are these rounds illegal in rural illinois?
Posted On: 11/21/2021
By: SERGIO MARTINEZ
A: Thanks for reaching out Sergio! I have to preface by stating I am not a lawyer, I'm not qualified to give legal advice, and nothing you read on Lucky Gunner should be construed as legal advice. With that said, M855 ammunition is legal to sell and own in the state of Illinois.
Q: What is the purpose of the green tip on these rounds?
Posted On: 10/28/2021
By: Jimmie Roach
A: Thanks for reaching out Jimmie! That's paint, and it does not impact performance in any way. Green simply indicates that this is an M855 cartridge, which has a 62 grain FMJ projectile with a partial steel core. Painting the tips of 5.56x45 bullets helps soldiers tell their ammo apart. There are many different kinds of 5.56, and without paint they'd be indistinguishable from one another. A tracer round has orange paint, for example, and blue means incendiary.
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