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High-quality ammo is a must-have for all hunters, shooters, and marksmen. Our wide selection of Ammunition is sure to have you hitting your target with record speed and precision. Shop for Winchester AmmunitionHornady AmmunitionFederal Ammunition and other ammunition from top brands. Finding the right rounds for your firearm has never been easier or more affordable. Buy bulk ammo online to get the most bang for your buck! Whether you’re looking for rimfire ammo, shotgun ammo, handgun ammo, or rifle ammo, we have everything you need to gear up.

We carry all types of ammo and bullets to assist with your shooting needs, such as FMJ bullets for target shooting, and hollow point bullets for self-defense. We also carry some of the most popular calibers on the market, including 9mm ammo, 45 ACP, 6.5 Creedmoor, 22LR ammo, 12-gauge ammo, and so much more. Don’t forget to check out our reloading equipment if you need bullets, presses, dies, and accessories to reload your own cartridges!

Below are some answers to common questions our customers have about our ammo.

What Is the Difference Between a Cartridge and a Round?

While some people think ammo cartridges and rounds are different, they are actually two terms for the same thing. A cartridge consists of the bullet casing, the primer, gunpowder, and the bullet. The common term is round. The only thing that some people confuse is by calling all cartridges “bullets,” as the bullet is only the projectile at the end of the cartridge.

Are .223 Remington and 5.56x45mm NATO the Same Round?

This answer is a little more complicated. While the bullets and cartridges for 223 and 556 ammo are the same size, they function differently. A 5.56x45mm NATO round is the military load, which means it has more powder and is loaded to a higher pressure. On the other hand, a .223 Remington round is the civilian version. Even though a standard AR 15 can shoot both rounds, your weapon may not be rated to handle 5.56x45mm NATO, as the extra pressure can damage the barrel. The easiest way to know if your AR 15 can handle either one is to check the barrel. If it is listed as 5.56x45mm NATO or it says .223 WYLDE, you can shoot either round.

Is Ammo Still Good After 10 Years?

Ammunition can last for a long time if stored properly, but the shelf life can vary depending on the type of ammunition and the storage conditions. In general, ammunition that is stored in a cool, dry place and away from direct sunlight will last longer than ammunition that is exposed to high temperatures and humidity. Ammo cans can help preserve the lifespan of your rounds.

It is not recommended to use ammunition that is over 10 years old unless it has been properly stored. The older the ammunition is, the more likely it is to have degraded, which can affect its performance and safety. If you are unsure about the condition of the ammunition, it is best to err on the side of caution and not use it.