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American-made Military Ballistic Industries (MBI) supplies quality ammunition for military, law enforcement agencies, and training ranges in the United States. Military Ballistic Industries Ammunition is a remanufactured product that is brass-cased, boxer-primed, non-corrosive, and reloadable. Remanufactured ammunition is produced by assembling carefully selected components to include specialty bullets, propellants, primers, and previously spent brass cartridge casings. The bullets, propellant, and primers are always newly manufactured while the brass cartridge casings are typically reprocessed to reduce costs or improve consistency.
Military Ballistic Industries components come from highly reputable manufacturers. The propellant is manufactured by Hodgedon, the bullets are manufactured by Berry's Bullets in St. George, Utah, and the primers are manufactured by either CCI or Winchester. In addition to using only the best available components, Military Ballistic Industries ammunition is assembled using some of the most modern electronic press equipment available.
Military Ballistic Industries is not just remanufactured ammunition. Military Ballistic Industries ammo is great quality remanufactured ammunition for the serious shooter. The fact that is costs less than most new ammunition is simply an added benefit.
Military Ballistic Industries Ammunition is manufactured in the United States by an established American cartridge producer.
Great cheap plinking ammo
Review by Dennis
I was just looking for some cheap ammo to shoot at the range, so I ordered this. It fit the role just fine. I would gladly buy it again.
(Posted on June 13, 2019)Review of 5.56 x 45mm - 55 Grain FMJ - Winchester USA - 150 Rounds
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Never an issue with Winchester rounds!
Review by Adrian
Clean shooting. Every round fired perfectly. Shoots straight. Fired from a Sig Sauer P226 (German made) and a P938. Never have issues when shooting Winchester. Buy with confidence.
(Posted on June 11, 2019)Review of 9mm - 124 Grain FMJ Nato - Winchester - 500 Rounds
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Quality expected of M882
Review by William
As close to M882 ball as you can get. Overall great training ammo. Only complaint is quality from the first batch I received. A few casings were dented out of the box. It’s impossible to get in contact with Winchester Ammunition. Shoots and cycles well in all Glocks I own. Not as dirty as WWB but still be prepared to clean after a hundred rounds or so.
(Posted on June 5, 2019)Review of 9mm - 124 Grain FMJ Nato - Winchester - 500 Rounds
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Good Ammo but......
Review by Pimpy
This is decent ammo for target practice at the range. It's pretty dirty though. Average 300 rounds every time I range it and it really gets fouled. Just make sure to clean the gun after and you'll be fine.
(Posted on June 5, 2019)Review of 9mm - 115 Grain FMJ - Winchester - 1000 Rounds
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Best Ammo I have ever bought
Review by Lobopack
Hands down the best ammo I have everything purchased. Trying to find ever box I can in case Winchester doesn’t make another production run. Everything I have shot with this ammo has not taken a step. Dropped where it was standing. And it doesn’t make a mess by destroying everything it hits.
(Posted on June 1, 2019)Review of 270 WSM - 130 Grain Ballistic Silvertip - Winchester Supreme - 20 Rounds
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at least one out of ten missfires
Review by Mike
after purchasing 5000 rounds of this ammo I cant wait to get rid of it. Shot it in a new S&W 41 and thought it was the gun at fault. Not so. Other ammo worked fine. Also have trouble with it in my Ruger.
(Posted on May 25, 2019)Review of 22 LR - 40 gr LRN - Winchester Wildcat - 5000 Rounds
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The best company
Review by Carl
This was my first time ordering from Lucky Gunner and I have been to many stores communication was excellent and the delivery was very fast.I will always order from them.Thank you for everything
(Posted on May 23, 2019)Review of 410 Bore - 2-1/2" #9 AA-HS Target - Winchester - 250 Rounds
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Excellent ammo for the price
Review by Sonny
Excellent ammo for the price.
(Posted on May 15, 2019)Review of 223 Rem - 62 Grain OT - Winchester DHS Purple Casing - 20 Rounds
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Review by Bob
These are the best
(Posted on May 13, 2019)Review of 12 Gauge - 2-3/4" 00 Buck Military - Winchester - 250 Rounds
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Runs super smooth
Review by Lukas
After the slow mo here and watching “shootingthebull410”, I’m super impressed with this round. I shot the train line yesterday at the range, and it ran super smooth in my g43. I say, buy it just because you can practice with the train line
(Posted on May 6, 2019)Review of 9mm - 147 Grain JHP - Winchester W Train and Defend - 20 Rounds
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Review by downtown60
I have a new taurus tx 22 and have shot 3 boxes of these through it, i have had only 5 or 6 ftf and it wasn't the gun they had good strikes ,its not cci but for the price can't beat it , o no jams or feeding issues,ill buy more good plinking ammo
(Posted on April 26, 2019)Review of 22 LR - 36 gr CPHP - Winchester - 5550 Rounds
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Review by Hotshot
Shot a target at 50 yards 1/8 " steel with 3/4" plywood 16" behind the steel ,core penetrated plywood and shrapnel ALSO
(Posted on April 20, 2019)Review of 243 - 55 Grain Polyer Tip - Winchester Supreme Ballistic Silvertip - 20 Rounds
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Review by mac
This ammo would not even chamber in my savage B22 magnum. At first I thought it was a bad bullet but after trying to chamber multiple bullets I found that most of them wouldn't even fit into the chamber. The ones that I could manage to chamber were inaccurate in my particular gun. The tips are split on the ends in order for them to fragment upon impact. I realize this was done on purpose by winchester but when you push the bullet into the chamber with the bolt, the splices in the bullet hang up and keep the bullet from being chambered. I would think winchester would have caught this at the factory considering this is their supreme ammo.
(Posted on April 6, 2019)Review of 22 WMR - 34 Grain JHP - Winchester Supreme - 50 Rounds
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Testing the Winchester PDX1 bonded 230 gr.
Review by Tex1911
Excellent Self Defence Round, works Great in all sizes of my 1911’s and my P220
(Posted on April 4, 2019)Review of 45 ACP - 230 Grain JHP - Winchester Supreme Elite- 20 Rounds
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Review by Daniel
Best 'cheap' brass ammo
(Posted on April 3, 2019)Review of 9mm - 115 Grain FMJ - Winchester Range Pack - 1000 Rounds
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