Being a high-volume shooter is absolutely fantastic but it can get a bit expensive. Tula understands your desire to shoot – and shoot, and shoot – so they’ve found ways to save you money. One way is by using their unique bimetal layering process, alternating layers of copper and steel, to create these steel cases. Finished rounds are berdan-primed for reliable ignition and coated with a unique lacquer coating for consistent cycling. And for the health of your gun they’re designed to be non-corrosive, so they won’t create excessive friction in your gun’s barrel. These economically-priced rounds are just what you need to spend some dedicated time with your .308 Win without draining your bank account.
Tula was founded in 1712, and for more than 300 years they’ve been manufacturing ammunition for shooters just like you. In the beginning they used water and trochanteric machines to stay up on the latest production technology and today that dedication requires the use of computers. Ammunition goes through extensive testing and strict quality control measures and is loaded according to SAAMI or CIP specifications. When you order ammunition from Tula you’re not only getting ammo from a truly legendary Russian plant, you’re getting well-made rounds - and at economical prices.
At 165 grain these are considered medium-weight rounds for the cartridge size. They’re Soft Point rounds and deliver rapid energy transfer and controlled expansion on impact, penetrating deeply to create a crippling wound cavity. Each round travels at impressive speed with a muzzle velocity of 2625 feet per second. This ammunition is ideal for hunting game up to the size of whitetail deer and is great for target practice and plinking as well. There are 500 rounds in this box, so you’re definitely going to be kept busy for awhile. What are you waiting for? Get your order in and get ready to spend time fine-tuning your skills with your .308 Win.
(This ammunition is steel-cased. Some ranges do not allow rounds with steel cases, so make sure you double check before trying to use this ammunition at your area range.)
Review by Woody
(Posted on 1/10/17)
Review by William A.
Posted On: 2/10/17 By: Brendan William Isaacs