500 Round Case - 9mm Luger Winchester White Box SXT T-Series 147 Grain Hollow Point Ammo - Z RA9SXTC

500 Round Case - 9mm Luger Winchester White Box SXT T-Series 147 Grain Hollow Point Ammo - Z RA9SXTC

500 Round Case - 9mm Luger Winchester White Box SXT T-Series 147 Grain Hollow Point Ammo - Z RA9SXTC500 Round Case - 9mm Luger Winchester White Box SXT T-Series 147 Grain Hollow Point Ammo - Z RA9SXTC500 Round Case - 9mm Luger Winchester White Box SXT T-Series 147 Grain Hollow Point Ammo - Z RA9SXTC
500 Round Case - 9mm Luger Winchester White Box SXT T-Series 147 Grain Hollow Point Ammo - Z RA9SXTC500 Round Case - 9mm Luger Winchester White Box SXT T-Series 147 Grain Hollow Point Ammo - Z RA9SXTC500 Round Case - 9mm Luger Winchester White Box SXT T-Series 147 Grain Hollow Point Ammo - Z RA9SXTC
500 Round Case - 9mm Luger Winchester White Box SXT T-Series 147 Grain Hollow Point Ammo - Z RA9SXTC500 Round Case - 9mm Luger Winchester White Box SXT T-Series 147 Grain Hollow Point Ammo - Z RA9SXTC
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SKU: WB-ZRA9SXTC-Case

NOTICE: This ammo is government contract over run and will come packed in a plain white box. The ammo itself is the exact same stuff as the black ZRA9SXT Ranger box, they just ran out of the boxes with graphics when the contact leftovers were packaged.

50 rounds per box, 10 boxes per case. Genuine government contract 9MM 147 grain SXT T-series ammunition. This ammo was made by Winchester for a foreign law enforcement contract and we were able to get a small lot of the leftovers. It has been reclassified for consumer sales and is extremely nice ammo for the money. Inspected lots appear to be 2018 manufacture. Here is your chance to get high performance hollow point 9mm Luger ammo at a discount price.

Notice: Winchester got a little messy with the primer sealant on some of this ammo, there may be excessive sealant on the primer, head stamp and splattered on the cartridge case. This does not effect function at all. Also, Winchester uses a corncob media to polish the nickel cases after production and that polish sticks to the head-stamp, primer pocket and primer on some rounds and looks like a white to yellow substance that people often confuse for corrosion, however it is just polish, harmless and normal for this type of ammo