5.56 NATO Lake City M855 Ammo
This is the same ammo issued to our troops. They come pre-loaded on stripper clips for your convenience. Lake City M855 ammunition is some of the best 5.56x45mm (.223 Remington) ammo you can get. It has a 62-grain SS109 Penetrator green-tipped bullet, MIL-SPEC annealed case shoulder, and it is NATO-marked. You get 30 rounds.
Like it? Want it? Buy it! Item: AMM-249
Handbook to Practical Disaster Preparedness for the Family
The Handbook to Practical Disaster Preparedness is a 430-page practical guide to helping you and your family prepare for a real-life disaster event. It has tons of photos and illustrations in an easy to read format. The author, Arthur T. Bradley, is a well-researched Ph.D. NASA engineer who wants to share his knowledge with others. The new second edition of the handbook includes new information on our current economical crisis and information on firearms for personal protection. Bradley states, “The truth is most of us already have plenty of stuff. Rather, it’s our know-how that is seriously lacking.” So arm yourself with the knowledge and survive the next disaster.
Like it? Want it? Buy it! Item: BOOK-160
SureFire 60 Round High Capacity Magazine
Don’t be sticker shocked! Can you place value on your life? I would think that 60 rounds should be enough to save your life, your family’s life, your buddy’s life, and the dog. Not only are these mags handy in a defense situation, 3-Gun competitors can shave time off by not having to reload as much during a match.
The 60-round SureFire high-capacity magazine will still fit in a double MOLLE mag pouch. It is compatible with all M16 and AR-15 .223 Remington rifles.
Like it? Want it? Buy it! Item: MAG-097
HK 91 Cetme Pistol Grips Pack of Three
Since I shocked you with the expensive item, I thought I would offer this three-pack of HK 91 Cetme pistol grips for less than a buck. This is one of the best deals on our Web site. These used, military surplus grips fit Cetme and H&K rifles.
Like it? Want it? Buy it! Item: MGR-305
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