Wolf is a subsidiary of the legendary Tula Arms Plant. Tula was founded in 1712 by decree of Tsar Peter I with the purpose of supplying the local town with the means necessary to defend themselves. There had been a threat from invading nomads for some time and the nearest arsenal was in Moscow, which was much too far away at that time. With the founding of Tula the town was supplied with firearms, ammunition and swords, making them more than able to defend themselves. With time Tula began to manufacture products for areas farther away, and today they distribute their products all around the world. Tula is also well known for producing economically-priced ammunition, making it possible for gun owners to shoot at higher volumes.
These particular Tula rounds are made for your 308 Win. At 145 grain they’re medium-weight, so they’re light enough to fly down-range with lightning speed yet heavy enough to impact targets with enormous energy. These are Full Metal Jacket rounds, so they don’t expand on impact. FMJ rounds are prone to over-penetrate and rifle rounds can literally travel for miles before coming to a stop on their own, making it extremely important you have a good backstop in place during range time. This ammunition is best for target practice, tactical training, and plinking.
When you order this single box of ammunition from Wolf/Tula, you get 20 target rounds. The small size of the box makes it the perfect size for carrying in your pocket when you’re at the range or your favorite outdoor shooting location and is also nice for stashing in your range bag. In order to save you money Tula produces this ammunition in steel cases with berdan primer to ensure ignition and extend shelf life. Finished rounds are then coated with a special polymer for reliable cycling and to reduce friction to your gun’s barrel. Tula manufactures ammunition at their centuries-old plant in Tula, Russia. Order now to spend quality time with your favorite .308 Win-chambered rifle.
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