The legendary Tula Arms Plant was founded in 1712 when the threat of invading nomads became an overwhelming problem for locals. The closest arsenal was in Moscow, and at the time it was impossible to manage such a trip. By building a plant on the spot the town was able to produce firearms, knives, and ammunition to protect itself. Tula has utilized modern equipment from the start, which meant using water machines in 1712 and now means using various computerized pieces. They’re known for producing economically priced ammunition, enabling shooters like you to feed their guns a lot more ammo than they would otherwise be able.
At 154 grain these are considered moderately weighted for the 7.62x39mm. At this weight these rounds fly down-range at great speeds and hit targets with enormous force. These are Soft Point (SP) rounds and begin to expand at the moment of impact. They mushroom more slowly than HPs, also penetrating more deeply, creating truly devastating wound cavities. Each of these rounds bursts from the barrel of your rifle with a muzzle velocity of 2104 feet per second. This ammunition can be used for hunting game such as whitetail deer and is also good for target practice.
There are 20 SP rounds in this single box of Tula ammunition. This box is just right for carrying in your pocket next time you head out for target practice, and it’s also a good size for stacking in your safe for a rainy day. SPs can be used in areas where HPs are banned. In order to save you money, Tula makes these rounds using their unique bimetal layering process, alternating copper and steel to produce steel cases which they then berdan prime for reliable ignition. Tula manufactures ammunition at their factory in Tula, Russia. Order yours today and find out why so many gun owners turn to Tula for their high-volume shootings needs.
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