Winchester 5.56x45mm 62 Grain NATO Lake City M855 Linked SAW Ammo 1600 rounds in plastic SAW boxes with starter tabs
New production Olin-Winchester 5.56x45mm NATO Lake City M855 Green Tip, SS109, Linked (sometimes called belted) SAW Ammo. 1600 rounds total in black plastic SAW boxes with starter tabs. This is ideal for your M249, M249S semi, Mk 46, Mk48, Shrike, Fight Lite MCR and other belt fed firearms that utilize standard SAW ammunition feeding devices and m27 disintegrating links. Olin-Winchester was awarded the contract to produce ammunition at the U.S. Government owned, contractor operated, Lake City Ammunition Plant located in Independence Missouri. All current Winchester M855 ammunition is produced at this location.
*LINKED AMMO IS CONSIDERED A HIGH CAPACITY FEEDING DEVICE AND CANNOT BE DELIVERED TO CA, CT, CO, DE, HI, MA, MD, NJ, NY, WA, Cook County IL, Aurora IL, Highland Park IL, or Washington DC.
- Winchester Lake City 5.56x45mm NATO
- M855 62 Grain FMJ Green Tip
- Muzzle Velocity 3062 Fps
- M27 disintegrating links
- Plastic SAW box
- 200 rounds per plastic SAW box
- 8 SAW boxes total
- Starter tabs included
- Made in USA
**Due to high demand please allow 7-10 days for processing.
The FN 249 Minimi
The 249 Squad Automatic Weapon is a gas operated, air-cooled, light machine gun (LMG) and was developed in the late 1970s, early 1980s in response to lessons learned during the Vietnam war. Fabrique National was chosen to produce the XM249 Minimi over other candidates. The 249 SAW entered service with the United States in 1984 and is considered to be the most robust and reliable light machine gun ever produced and is still in service to this day.
The FN 248S is the semi-automatic version of the FN 249 and is available in both full size and para versions. The Para version includes a shorter barrel and collapsing buttstock. All version of the 249 SAW utilize the 249 linked SAW ammo available from Weapons World, Inc.
ITAR Restricted Product
This product falls under the control of ITAR (International Traffic in Arms Regulations) and is prohibited from export outside of the United States.