1000 Rounds of .223 Ammo by Tula - 62gr FMJ

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Ammo Quantity - 1,000 rounds, 50 boxes of 20 rounds
Ammo Manufacturer - Tula Cartridge Works
Projectiles - 62 grain full metal jacket (FMJ)
Ammo Casings - Berdan primed steel


Whether your AR-15 is chambered for .223 Rem or 5.56 NATO, you can practice your marksmanship at the range with this 62 grain FMJ ammo from Tula Cartridge Works. Many shooters have enjoyed the savings of using steel-cased ammo for their frequent trips to the rifle range, and for good reason: it's a great value! Most of us don't have the time to reload our spent casings, and this ammo has a great reputation with shooters for reliable feeding and solid accuracy.

Russian emperor Peter the Great founded the Tula Arsenal in 1712 to produce weapons to protect Russian citizens from invasion. In 1880, Emperor Alexander II had the Tula Cartridge Works factory built to add to the area's impressive national defense legacy. The TulAmmo brand represents a large share of steel cased ammunition available today in the world. With over a century of experience developing ammunition meant to stand up to extreme conditions, Tula = tough!

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Posted On: 8/28/2015 By: NR

A: Hello! Tula ammunition uses a polymer coating that does not leave any residue.

Posted On: 10/12/2011 By: Eric

A: The steel cases used in this Tula ammo should not be reloaded.

Posted On: 10/9/2011 By: david

A: This depends on the manufacturer and the pressure levels that the ammo is loaded to. Brass cased 5.56 ammo will be faster and considered higher performance ammo than this Tula .223 ammo, but that is mostly due to the fact that it is loaded to 5.56 pressures. Comparing apples to apples, the accuracy and reliability of this Tula ammo will compare favorably to lightly loaded .223 ammo.

Posted On: 10/5/2011 By: Eric

A: The steel used in these cases is much softer than the hardened steel of your weapon's bolt and barrel. It will not cause excessive wear.

Posted On: 10/1/2011 By: Cash

A: This ammo is not loaded with corrosive primers.

Posted On: 10/1/2011 By: peter

A: There are pressures and temperatures involved in the firing of small arms ammunition that far exceed the ability of a mild steel case to cause wear to hardened steel components. In other words, no, steel cased ammo will not mess up your gun. Over time, shooting your gun will mess up your gun - but this is true for any ammo. Parts will wear or break and need to be replaced.

Posted On: 9/28/2011 By: Danny

A: AR-15s with a 1/7 twist rate will stabilize a wide range of projectiles. This Tula 62gr ammunition is just about in the middle of that range. Stabilization is based on the length of the projectile, not necessarily the weight, for different jacket and core designs and materials will result in different projectile lengths with the same weight.

Posted On: 9/28/2011 By: Anonymous

A: This Tula .223 ammunition is loaded at the Tula Cartridge Works in Russia, which has produced ammunition for various eastern bloc militaries for many years. They should not be considered reloadable.

Posted On: 9/28/2011 By: Kevin

A: Yes, an AR-15 with a 1/9 twist rate will stabilize these Tula 62gr projectiles to the maximum effective range that your barrel length will allow.

Posted On: 9/28/2011 By: Tom

A: The bullet used in this Tula 223 ammo has a bimetal jacket, which is composed of copper over steel over copper. It will attract a magnet.

Posted On: 9/28/2011 By: Anonymous

A: No, this Tula ammo should not be considered reloadable.

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