20 Rounds of .308 Win Ammo by Tula - 150gr FMJ

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Ammo Overview

Quantity - 20 rounds
Manufacturer - Tula
Bullets - 150 grain full metal jacket (FMJ)
Casings - Berdan-primed steel


A serious bargain round for the .308 Winchester firearms out there. How many cartridges can say that? If you understand where this ammunition works well, you will be giddy on the range, saving a ton of money and shooting a ton more then the rest of the guys. This is a steel casing, zinc plated FMJ round for the .308 with a 150 grain bullet made by TULAMMO.

An important note: this is not a match quality round. It’s a shooter quality round with a heavy slant towards heavy semi-automatics with fluted chambers, or with moderate (not ultra tight) tolerances. A perfect round for mil-surp like G3’s and L1A1’s and clones, this cartridge really favors an aggressive extraction/ejection cycle, and will perform nonstop if you keep your chamber moderately clean.

it’s not perfect. It will require you to know what you are shooting to get the most out of it. And please understand, this is not a hard and fast rule: most guns can shoot this ammunition just fine. It just prefers to be shot with the above considerations. Bolt actions will also gobble this stuff up if you aren’t super aggressive with the feeding on high tolerance chambers.

It is Berdan primed, so if you have a hard hitting firing pin: all the better. You’re going to get legendary reliability in semi auto, loose tolerance mil-surp rifles with an aggressive action; heavy springs and a hard hitting firing pin. It’s just what this stuff likes to be shot out of. For everything else: the price generally will make up for the slight annoyances of the very occasional round

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Posted On: 3/30/2021 By: Roberts Kovalonoks

A: Thanks for reaching out! 308 and 7.62x51 aren't identical. They have very slighly different dimensions, and 308 is loaded to a slightly higher chamber pressure. The consensus is that you can safely fire 7.62x51 in any rifle chambered for 308, and SAAMI does not consider it unsafe to do it vice versa. If your rifle is chambered for 7.62x51, I'd check and see what other people are saying about running 308 through it. Some rifles are particular.

Posted On: 9/13/2017 By: Carlrock

A: Hello Carlrock, There are many factors in accuracy, the rifle, weather conditions, elevation and the experience of the shooter. This particular cartridge has 2800 fps for Muzzle velocity and 2612 ft lbs of muzzle energy.

Posted On: 1/29/2012 By: Webb

A: No, this Tula 308 ammo is not loaded with corrosive primers.

Posted On: 1/20/2012 By: Philip

A: Yes, the materials used to manufacture this projectile will attract a magnet.

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