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40 Rounds of .223 Ammo by Tula - 75gr HP

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Ammo Overview

Quantity - 40 rounds
Manufacturer - Tula
Bullets - 75 grain hollow point
Casings - Boxer or Berdan primed steel


These .223 Remington rounds from the Tula Cartridge Plant in Russia are excellent for practice, varmint hunting, and even as a budget self-defense load. Each cartridge possesses a 75 grain projectile with a hollow cavity in its forward section; upon impact, the bi-metal jacket of the round will begin to shed and fragment at a shallow depth which creates a larger cavity than a conventional FMJ while preventing over-penetration.

The HP projectile is heavy for the caliber and is not only well-supported by zeroing tables but performs great on coyotes, groundhogs, and foxes. Each cartridge is built using non-reloadable steel casing with a light coat of polymer which fights rust in storage and cuts down on parts wear. The steel cases are usually Berdan-primed and offer shooters a very inexpensive price for .223 ammunition. Tula ammo is manufactured using production practices which have supported war efforts and peacetime supply around the globe for well over a century.

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