Question:Your statement of this ammo being M193 nomenclature is not accurate. It seems you must be aware as others have made the same statement and you've replied that you would update the description quite some time ago (pre COVID-19) yet here it is, still described as 62 grain M193. You could possibly add to the confusion by describing it as armor piercing and including a 200 round per second clipazine and a Beto trading card.
Response:we will not see this ammo again probably in the next few years, no worries.
Question:Will this ever be back in stock?
Response:HI Jon, now that there is a demand for 5.56mm ammo at normalized prices, we are almost positive that Magtech will bring some in from Brazil. Thank you for your patience.
Do you know when it will be available ?
It"s a long time i saw it in stock.
Response:Hi Fabrice, We will reach out to Magtech tomorrow and get an update on this Magtech CBC 5.56mm ammunition and update you as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience and Thank you for buying bulk 5.56mm ammo online at TargetSportsUSA.com
Question:When will this stuff be back in stock?
Response:Hi Alex, We have lots of Magtech 5.56mm ammo on order and should get back some in stock very soon. Thank you for buying 5.56mm ammo online at TargetSportsUSA.com
Question:This is not M193 ammo. It is 62 grain FMJ, non-steel core. No other retailers list this ammo as M193 and it's not on the packaging either. I would suggest you guys change the title for this product.
Response:Hi Kenneth, We will update the description. Thank you
Question:This is listed as 62 gr but shows as M193
I thought the M193 was 55 gr and the SS109/M855 was 62 gr. So what is it exactly?
Response:Magtech CBC 5.56mm NATO M193 62 Grain FMJ is listed as M193 since it features a Ball type bullet (lead core non-magnetic) vs. M855 Green Tip Steel Core bullet that is magnetic. Therefore, even though it features a 62 grain FMJ bullet, it is not Armor Piercing type bullet and therefore labeled as M193. Thank you for visiting TargetSportsUSA.com