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1000 Rounds of .30 Carbine Ammo by Tula - 110gr FMJ

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$340.00

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Quantity - 50 rounds per box; 20 boxes per case

Manufacturer - Tula

Bullets - 110 grain full metal jacket (FMJ)

Casings - Berdan primed steel

1000 Rounds of .30 Carbine Ammo by Tula - 110gr FMJ

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This ammo is used in my M1 Carbines. At 100 yards its as accurate as the GI surplus carbine ammo I shoot. Based on felt recoil I would say this Tula stuff is as hot as the surplus. No problems feeding or ejecting. (Posted on 4/6/12)

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Q: Is this ammo non-corrosive?

Posted On: 7/11/12 By: Rob S

A: Correct. While foreign ammo has been known to be corrosive many years ago, all modern foreign ammo from popular manufacturers like Tula, are loaded with non-corrosive components from the factory.
Q: can these be reloaded after using them ? i was wondering because they have a steel case.

Posted On: 10/21/11 By: jeff r

A: No, you should not attempt to reload this Tula .30 Carbine ammo.