Natchez has the XM80C for sale at $12.99 a box of 20. If you buy five or more boxes it's down to $11.99 a box. Many folks have the ammo listed as 149gr bullets but I weighed five of them and they all came in around 147.5 to 148.0 gr. I don't think it's a 'target' type ammo but it should be good for practice and sighting in with. The boat tail bullet does attract a magnet but it doesn't stick to it like a steel copper clad bullet. There is lead at the base of the bullet, so I'm not sure what's with the steel in there. The ammo I got has the Lake City (L C) and NATO cross stamped on the case and it's 2010 ammo. If you bought new Lake City brass, 147gr bullets and the military primers you would have about the same amount of money in your ammo and you would still have to assemble them and use your powder. Bullets and primers are sealed.