Winchester LC 5.56mm NATO M855 62 Grain Green Tip Full Metal Jacket Penetrator USA855K/WM855 - 20 Rounds.
Winchester is honored to have been selected by the Army to operate and manage the Lake City Army Ammunition Plant. With the addition of the Lake City facility, and our existing facilities in Oxford, Mississippi, and East Alton, Illinois, we can continue to deliver innovative ammunition products to the modern Warfighter. This new production M855 is some of the best quality on the market featuring the 62 grain steel core full metal jacket "penetrator green tip bullet" and fully reloadable brass cases stamped: "NATO Cross, LC, 20" (from one checked sample, others in this lot may vary).
- Brand: Winchester
- Caliber: 5.56MM (5.56 x 45mm)
- Bullet Weight: 62 Grain
- Bullet Style: Steel Penetrator M855 Green Tip FMJ
- Muzzle (Velocity): 3,095 fps.
- Muzzle (Energy): 1,318 ft-lbs.
- Head Stamp: NATO symbol, LC 20 (per our checked box that we took this ad's pic)
- Manf. Part #: USA855K, WM855
- Made in the USA by Lake City for Winchester
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the best prices on ammo around everybody else is still overcharging....
Excellent product, will purchase more
To be honest this is the first 556 NATO ammo I've tried in my new AR platform rifle and I have a ke arms KP-15 one piece polymer lower instead of the telescoping stock because friends of mine that do have a lot of different flavors of AR-15s have all told me that the telescoping stock to lower receiver body is a weak point of that two-piece system luckily I found the KP-15 that solved that problem for me, and my upper is a Bear Creek Arsenal 16 in carbine gas tube Winx, with a 1 in 8 twist rate and a 15 inch M Lok handguard. I just went with to complete pieces because I'm still learning about tar and I'm not confident enough to build one yet but I saved almost three hundred bucks as opposed to just buying a complete rifle from the gate. For my first one is pretty damn accurate also put a utg bugbuster scope on it and it came with quick disconnect scope rings that are actually pretty damn solid and with this ammo I had my scope zero two and three bullets and prior to signing it in the first time I used a bore sighter to get me at least in the ballpark and get on paper but literally 3 shots from a sandbag...I would buy this ammo again
Rounds fired reliably no jams and fairly accurate