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40 Rounds of .223 Ammo by Tula - 62gr HP

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Ammo Quantity - 40 rounds per box
Ammo Manufacturer - Tula
Projectiles - 62 grain hollow point (HP)
Ammo Casings - Berdan primed steel


From Tula Cartridge Works, the Russian ammunition manufacturer, this .223 Remington ammunition features 62 grain soft-point projectiles that are an excellent value for range training, but also very effective for hunting small game. This cartridge is produced with Berdan-primed steel casings and the projectiles are of a bimetal composition of steel and copper.

The muzzle velocity on this 62 grain hollow-point averages to 3025 feet per second. Add this 40 round value pack to your collection of quality ammunition for your AR-15 and see why so many people trust Tula Cartridge Works for their inexpensive, but highly reliable steel-cased ammunition. .223 Remington is a popular caliber for hunting coyotes and those pesky feral hogs that have infested Texas. It will also be effective for squirrels and other varmints. As the ammunition is steel-cased, it is non-reloadable.

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