Today only, over at Brownells, they have high-quality, brass-cased American Eagle 9mm ammo for 15 cents per round (or lower…see below) after a rebate from Federal. This has got to be the least expensive brass-cased 9×19 I’ve seen in a very long time! When was the last time you remember 9 mil this cheap?

While doing a little shopping myself, I noticed that Brownells is offering — again for today only — free shipping and a discount of $55 off orders of $500 or more (coupon code is M7S). So…with a purchase of ten boxes you’d hit the $50 maximum rebate amount from Federal. Sure, you’d then have to buy another $300 of stuff from Brownells (which is easier to do than my wife would like!) to get their $55 discount, but your effective price on the ammo, should you achieve that, would then be even lower than $0.15 a pop. Which is nuts.

46 Responses to Deal Alert: Cheapest 9mm in Decades?

  1. That’s cheap for brass boxer primed 9mm. Lowest price I have paid lately is 15.52 cents for steel case stuff.

    Buy now while prices are low!

    • I urge commie kalifornia LEGAL CITIZENS to buy millions and millions of rounds NOW! We are soon to be hit with what I call the kalli ammo ban. Restrictions that will drive the price through the roof, if you can even find what you NEED.

    • It’s still the price today, at least as of right now – shows to be $20 for a 100 round box, with a 25% rebate, bringing your total cost to $15/100 rounds or 15 cents/round

  2. Not bad. Yesterday I bought new brass cased Armscor 9mm 115 gr FMJ ammo for 16.7 cents/round delivered and thought I was doing pretty well. I only bought 9 boxes (not sure now why I didn’t get a few more). No rebate required though.

  3. Dang, that’s not bad!

    Now, if only I could find Speer Gold Dots at that price (hey, a guy can dream, can’t he?) :0)

    • This ain’t reloads, factory seconds, or steel-cased though. Factory new 9mm ammo from a major U.S. manufacturer for $0.15 per round or less is freakin cheap.

      We saw that Anderson lower receiver for $29.99 a few weeks ago, too. And the legit M855 that was 25 cents a pop, delivered, a couple weeks before that. Prices are really low right now!

  4. I get 9mm from Freedom or LAX at an average of $.185 per round and order 1000-1500 rounds whenever they have free shipping. Never had any issues with either of these companies ammo. The only ammo they offer that I don’t like is the .44 magnum. It’s more like special, and I do mean short powder special.

    • Freedom also has a brass credit program. Basically ship them old brass for anything they reload via USPS any weight boxes and they will apply a credit to your card. It pisses of the people at the PO but you can cram apx 50-60lbs of brass in a box, just tape it well so it does not split open 🙂

    • It is the same with their Leadville .45 Colt lead RNFPs. Hardly any powder in them at all. I haven’t graphed them, but I’ve seen 650 to 750 fps reported, which is pretty soft shooting stuff. But then again it is aimed at the cowboy action shooting folks.

  5. If memory serves me correct, Remington had an even better deal back around Black Friday, where the net price on their UMC 9mm, joined with an on-line retailer sale, was 12 cents @ round, after rebate. Bring back that kind of pricing, then we can talk.

  6. I like the dopes on here talking about old expired deals. Can’t go back in time. Some folks could use a deal now. Add 10 boxes and a 50 cent spring. Then use code H7L for $20 off $200 + free shipping. After rebate it’s about 13 cents a round.

  7. Palmetto State Armory daily deal price and you only have to buy 20 boxes for free shipping. Even though it’s a daily deal it comes around often.

  8. I don’t shoot enough to matter. Got a bunch for 8.99/50 also Federal(but Champion). Good to know though…

  9. I’m gonna hafta buy a 9mm to shoot if these prices become the new normal. How would I hide it from the 1911’s and CZ 97BD?

  10. USE CODE H7L: $20 of $200 and free shipping. I ordered 1 boxes of 100. $200 shipped – $50 rebate comes out to $0.136 per round. Not bad.

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