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500 Rounds of .308 Win Ammo by Tula - 150gr FMJ

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Quantity - 20 rounds per box; 25 boxes per case
Manufacturer - Tula
Bullets - 150 grain full metal jacket (FMJ)
Casings - Berdan-primed steel

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Posted On: 1/22/15 By: Jwalker

A: Hello Jake! The Tula ammunition is loaded with a bimetal jacketed bullet. This means the bullet jacket contains both copper and steel.

Posted On: 8/4/14 By: Ben

A: Hello Ben, These 150gr. FMJ rounds by Tula in .308 do not come in an ammo can. They come in 25 cardboard boxes of 20 rounds each. These make great target rounds for your .308 rifle.

Posted On: 9/28/11 By: Eric

A: If you want to reload, you should choose ammo with brass cases. This steel cased ammo will be very difficult to properly reload, and the cases will have a much shorter life.

Posted On: 9/28/11 By: Anonymous

A: That is not a bad idea. Brass and steel cases expand differently, and the steel cases can allow carbon to build up just a tiny bit in the chamber, while brass cases expand to prevent this from occurring. If brass is fired immediately after steel, the carbon can cause difficulty with extraction because the chamber is effectively tighter than it would be otherwise. However, if only steel cased ammo is used, the consistent manner in which steel behaves during firing should not cause any problems with reliability. Cleaning the chamber between brass and steel ammo does not have to be an exhaustive process; a quick brushing should suffice.

Posted On: 9/27/11 By: Larry

A: This is non-corrosive ammunition.

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