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1000 Rounds of .223 Ammo by Tula - 55gr HP

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Quantity - 100 rounds per box; 10 boxes per case
Manufacturer - Tula
Bullets - 55 grain hollow point (HP)
Casings - Berdan-primed steel


A full case of 223 ammo is the best way to get acquainted with your AR-15 and Tula might be the cheapest way to reliably do it.

Tula Ammunition is manufactured in Russia. These rounds are loaded with a 55 grain, hollow point projectile. That bullet is designed open up when it comes in contact with a soft target, which makes these rounds potentially a better choice for hog hunting than a traditional FMJ or full metal jacket load might be.

Tula's ammunition is loaded in steel casings. If you're a reloader who collects brass - that makes this obviously a poor choice for you. However, if you're an AR-15 shooter that's looking to buy bulk .223 ammunition without blowing a ton of cash - this is right where you want to be!

This is a full case of Tula .223 that comes packaged in 10 boxes, with each of the 10 boxes containing 100 rounds of ammunition that's ready for your next hunt or range trip.

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