1200 Rounds of 5.56×45 Ammo by Israeli Military Industries – 62gr FMJ M855

(1 customer review)


Quantity – 30 rounds per box; 40 boxes per case
Manufacturer – IMI
Bullets – 62 grain full metal jacket (FMJ)
Casings – Boxer-primed brass

Category: Product ID: 7141


These rounds from Israeli Military Industries are the exact same rounds that the U.S. military and NATO allies use. This I.M.I. 5.56×45 ammo is a full metal jacket round that has a 62 grain bullet and provides some of the highest quality ballistics meant for use by the U.S. military and NATO allies.

This ammunition has been proven effective in combat time and again. The round has a steel core full metal jacket and is extremely effective. Also, it has a heavier 62-grain projectile which is more accurate over longer distances and has the power to go through personnel and lightly armored vehicles. This is the perfect choice for any shooter that is looking for a home defense round or target practice round.

The muzzle velocity for this round is 3025 feet per second, providing you with the capability to shoot farther and cause more damage when necessary. It utilizes a boxer primer that is both non corrosive and non mercuric.


These round are available in bulk, and the package comes with 1200 rounds of ammunition. This is separated into 40 boxes with 30 rounds per box. If you ever wanted to shoot what the U.S. military and NATO allies use, then this is the ammunition for you.

1 review for 1200 Rounds of 5.56×45 Ammo by Israeli Military Industries – 62gr FMJ M855

  1. Ngoufack Michael

    I’ve received two separate lots of this ammo ordered at different times. The first was 00225/G which grouped 2.052in at 300yrd out of my Ruger EPR 5.56. It ran just fine with no miss-fires. The next lot, the one I now have 1500 of, was 00276/G which in an entirely different story. First off, in the same rifle I will get 1-5 rounds that will fail to fire, the primer strikes look good, etc. Sometimes if you rotate the round and re-chamber it will fire but not group well. Thus far, I’ve half a box of 20 that will not fire in any 5.56. This lot also groups all over the place compared to the earlier lot. So depending on the lot you get your millage will vary, if it’s good, then it makes decent, affordable quasi match grade ammo. If it isn’t, you might as well break down the lot and re-prime/load each.

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