Bulk 45 ACP Ammo For Sale
History of Bulk 45 ACP Ammo
There are several things that come to mind when you consider what is truly American: cheeseburgers, bacon, apple pie, and bulk 45 ACP ammo.
In America we hold true to our 2A Rights and there’s nothing that says, “I value my freedom” than a 1000 round 45 ACP bulk pack. Designed by the legendary gunsmith John Moses Browning, the 45 ACP and 1911 were the US military sidearm and cartridge from World War I all the way through Vietnam.
It’s a low pressure, hard hitting round, making the statement that you mean business. And the best way to be prepared for any crisis is buying 45 ACP bulk ammo. This is the easiest way to reduce your overall cost per round while maintaining your marksmanship skills.
Let’s face it, range ammo is expensive with all their corporate markups. Ammo.com cuts out the middleman and passes on the savings to you when you buy you 1000 round 45 ACP bulk pack. No longer will your wallet cry when you go shooting, just throw a few boxes of 45ACP bulk ammo in your range bag and you’re ready to go!
Some shooters are worried about buying bulk .45 ACP ammo, but there’s really nothing to it. And don’t worry if you’ve got nosey liberal neighbors who think that buying bulk 45ACP is akin to wearing a MAGA hat at a global warming summit.
We will discretely deliver your 45ACP bulk package to your front door in an unmarked package. Those tofu-munching neighbors will think that it’s just another one of your Amazon impulse buys and have no idea that you’re locked and loaded with 45 bulk ammunition.
And the beauty of buying 45 ACP bulk ammo is that it means you can go to the range more, because your cost per round is so low. That way, when the moment comes, you’ll be ready to tackle any self-defense situation.
The 45 ACP is also referred to as:
- 45 Automatic Colt Pistol
- 45 Auto
We live in uncertain times, and it always pays to be prepared and stock up on ammo when you can. And the absolute best way is here at Ammo.com and our bulk 45ACP 1000 round packs.
And should we ever experience SHTF, you’ll be prepared and confident with you stockpile of bulk 45 ACP ammo at the ready. With combat-proven man stopping kinetic energy, the 45 ACP will not let you down so long as your shot placement is on point.
The beautiful thing about the 45 ACP is that it is not as difficult to shoot than a 40 S&W or 357 Magnum. With its low-pressure recoil impulse, many shooters report being more accurate with a 45 ACP than with other high-pressure rounds (40 S&W, 357 Mag, 357 SIG, 44 Mag, etc.)
For this reason alone, you should select one of our 45ACP bulk ammo packs and make a statement to the world: I’m American and Don’t Tread on Me!
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Works very good, no problems with Glock 21 & 30.
I have tried all brands of ammo but when I bought my first case from ammo.com of Estate ammo which is one of my favorites, I was so pleased with the price and delivery I'll be back, and so will my friends
Gary D said:
The 185 grain cycled thru both my Glocks and Para-Ordnance 1911 LDA without any problems. The .40SW feed thru my Beretta Strorm Carbines and both were very accuate and fairly clean burining.
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Not worth the trouble.. My local Wal-Mart sells Remmington/Winchester ammo about the same if not less for my 45auto and 9mm fmj, thank you...
So far only fired 100 rounds. Had one stovepipe in first 50, and two stovepipes in second 50. The pistol is 50 years old and in near-perfect condition. I normally do not get more than 1 hung case in 500 or more rounds, much of it Blazer Brass purchased locally. As I get more experience with this lot of Blazer Brass, I'll try to update my opinion.
Shots were fired down range with no problem. Ammo came in on time and worked great with my 1911 and SW Shield 45 ACP. I will buy again.
Shooting an S&W 1911, I've put 500 rounds down range so far and not a single issue. For the price, it's a great range ammo.
The Badger said:
Shoot at least twice a month.My Sig 1911enjoys this ammo. And my recently acquired used H-K USP 45c likes it better than Winchester
Thanks for the quick service. This ammo ran flawlessly thru my 1911 gold cup and my grandson's glock. We both fired over 600 rounds each during the handgun course we attended.
bit man said:
I yet to shoot the ammo I purchased ,I am being very conservative on range time, watching the current market and trying to get a better understanding on what is unfolding before us.God be with you ,I preach the 3 G's..God,Guns and Gold..MOLON LABE... P.S gave ratings for the fact that you are from the great state of Georgia and the soul of America..the South has my heart
I like the ammo, but not the rising cost of the ammo. No misfires on the ammo in over 500 rounds shot thus far.
This ammo was purchased for range use. I shoot on average 100 rounds per session at least once a week. I was pleasently surprised at the peformance of the round. I fired 25 rounds at one target and then 25 at a second target. Folded them over each other and the groupings were a close match. My carry pistol is a Colt Defender 1911 and this is perfect practice ammo. I will continue to purchase as it becomes available.
Great ammo with high quality brass, also has large pistol primer if you are interested in reloading. As far as value goes, given the recently inflated prices that accompany such high demand all ammo has become too pricey. That having been said, in relative terms it is a great value. It is my go to ammo for practicing.
This is reliable, clean burning consistent ammo. It cycles perfectly and there were no malfunctions in either my XDM or my Kimber 1911 super carry ultra. It has high quality reloadable brass with large pistol primers. When available this is my go to ammo.
Just purchased this for 1911 range time. Shoots fine through a couple hundred rounds so far with no goofups. Market is up right now so that'll explain overall cost. I'd buy more when the time comes.