Wolf is a subsidiary of the legendary Tula Arms Plant. Tula was founded in 1712 by decree of Aleksander I after the threat of invading nomads became overwhelming for the then-isolated town. At the time the nearest arsenal was in Moscow, which was too far to travel for help. Building Tula solved that problem, and although the company got its start manufacturing firearms and ammunition on a local level, it wasn’t long before they began to branch out. Today Tula distributes their products all over the world.
This particular Wolf/Tula ammunition is for your .223 Remington-chambered rifle. At 62 grain these are fairly lightweight rounds, but that lighter weight means they’re capable of reaching greater speeds and also helps to reduce felt recoil somewhat. This is Full Metal Jacket, FMJ, ammunition, which means it will not expand on impact. Rifle rounds can travel literally for miles without stopping, and because you have no way of knowing what the bullet might hit during its flight it’s a must to have a good backstop in place. This ammunition is meant for target practice, tactical training, and plinking.
When you place your order for this single box of ammunition you get 500 target rounds. With 500 rounds you can spend extensive time honing your marksmanship skills and still have some left over for blowing away pumpkins and watermelons at your favorite outdoor spot. In order to save you money Tula manufactures these rounds using their bimetal layering process to create steel cases. The steel cases are berdan primed to ensure ignition and the completed rounds are coated in a polymer for consistent cycling. Tula manufactures their ammunition at their plant in Tula, Russia. Thanks to Tula you can feed your rifle large quantities of ammo without breaking the bank, so place your order and hit the range!
NOTE: Wolf Performance Ammunition does NOT recommend using this product with any Smith & Wesson M&P 15 rifles. See http://wolfammo.com/advisory.html for more information.
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