Federal American Eagle XM 5.56x45mm 55 Grain FMJ Boat-Tail 100/Box
- The maximum you may purchase is 20.
American Eagle rifle ammunition offers consistent, accurate performance at a price that's perfect for high-volume shooting. The loads feature quality bullets, reloadable brass cases and dependable primers.
Ideal for target practice
Accurate and reliable
Consistent primers and brass
Bullet Weight: 55 Grain
Bullet Style: Full Metal Jacket Boat-Tail
Package Quantity: 100
Muzzle Velocity: 3165
Ballistic Coefficient: .246
Usage: Target Shooting
|Manufacturer Part Number||XM193BLX|
|Ammo Bullet Type||Full Metal Jacket Boat-Tail (FMJBT)|
|Muzzle Velocity (FPS)||3,165|
|Ammo Casing Material||Brass|
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