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1000 Rounds of .223 Rem Ammo by Tula - 55gr FMJ

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Ammo Quantity – 1000 rounds per case; 20 rounds per box
Ammo Manufacturer - Tula Cartridge Works
Projectiles - 55 grain full metal jacket (FMJ) Ammo Casing - Berdan-primed steel

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One of the main reason shooters buy steel-cased ammo is the price. For shooters who want to get the most value out of their range ammunition but aren't interested in reloading their spent casings, this .223 Rem steel-cased ammo by Tula is a great option. This 1000-round bulk case consists of 50 boxes containing 20 rounds of 223 Rem ammo each. Tula constructs these range cartridges using Berdan-primed steel casings that are polymer-coated, non-corrosive, and disposable.

Tula tops each .223 Rem cartridge with a 55gr bi-metal full metal jacket (FMJ) projectile that has an approximate muzzle velocity of 3241 fps. The FMJ bullet is accurate, consistent, and easy to shoot. The lightweight projectiles are surprisingly powerful and will punch major holes in your targets.

Tula Cartridge Works is a Russian-based company with over 130 years of manufacturing experience. Don't pass on a chance to stock up on this affordable .223 Rem ammo. Order your 1000-round bulk case today!

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Posted On: 12/16/2020 By: Andrew

A: Hello Andrew! Many shooters are afraid that steel jackets might harm their barrel. That's reasonable, but in truth the steel used to make bimetal jackets is just too soft to harm a barrel. A barrel typically has a Brinell scale hardness of 650/700. The steel in this bullet's jacket is around 120/130, so it's quite incapable of scratching of gouging a barrel. In fact it will wear out your barrel at virtually the same rate as conventional copper jacketed bullets. Steel jackets are usually avoided because indoor ranges often prohibit them. This is because steel jackets have a higher chance of causing sparks, ricochets, and damage to range equipment.

Posted On: 10/23/2019 By: Joe

A: According to Tulammo their ammunition meets both European’s C.I.P. requirements as well as America’s SAAMI requirements.

Posted On: 4/9/2019 By: Andrew

A: Hi Andrew. At this time there are no restrictions in place that would keep you from ordering this steel cased ammo. Just make sure your range does not have prohibitions against magnetic ammo!

Posted On: 4/27/2017 By: JaxVol

A: Hello Jax, Bi-metal jacketed projectiles will absolutely cause more damage to steel targets than copper jacketed projectiles will. Since there is still steel in the jacket of a bi-metal jacket, you will still experience pitting on the steel like you do with steel cored rounds.

Posted On: 11/17/2016 By: Earl R Griffin

A: Hello Earl, Tula ammunition is all loaded using a polymer coated steel case. They no longer use any lacquer for coating on their ammunition.

Posted On: 9/25/2013 By: Greg

A: This 223 rifle ammo from Tula is loaded with non-corrosive ammunition components. These rounds are berdan primed and will not be suitable for reloading.

Posted On: 10/4/2012 By: Von

A: The bullets are composed of a bimetal material. This will cause the bullet to stick to a magnet. It is a good idea to check with your local indoor range for any types of ammo that may be restricted. Where allowed, this Tula ammo is a great choice for any target or practice application on the range. The bimetal jacket will not cause any premature wear on your barrel. These cartridges are also loaded with non corrosive components.

Posted On: 10/21/2011 By: Jayson

A: For practice, plinking, and training, steel cased ammo is a great choice. It can't be reloaded and has little residual value, but allows the shooter to buy more ammo with less money. For defense and duty use, premium brass cased ammo is recommended.

Posted On: 10/21/2011 By: Chris

A: This ammo should be reliable in any firearm chambered for .223 Remington.

Posted On: 10/20/2011 By: Ray

A: The intense heat and pressure involved with the firing of a centerfire rifle cartridge will do far more to wear out your rifle than whether the case is brass or steel.

Posted On: 10/7/2011 By: Jim

A: No, to our knowledge, Tula does not make tracer ammo in .223.

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