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

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Ammo Overview

Quantity - 500 Round case; 25 boxes with 20 rounds each
Manufacturer - Tula
Bullets - 150 grain full metal jacket (FMJ)
Casings - Berdan-primed steel


This Tula 308 Win ammo is made in Tula, Russia using berdan-primed steel cases instead of brass cases to help drive the cost down since steel is a much cheaper metal than brass. While not reloadable, for shooters who don't reload the savings are quite an attractive upside. If you like to shoot high volumes of ammo to hone your skills without breaking the bank, then Tula is a great option to consider.

This ammo features a 150 grain full metal jacket projectile that has steel in its jacket so it will attract a magnet. Tula lists this ammo as having a velocity at 10 meters out as 2,625 feet per second and it is berdan-primed, non-reloadable, and non-corrosive.

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Posted On: 7/30/2021 By: Robert D

A: Thanks for reaching out Robert! Steel-cased ammo is designed to function correctly in any firearm designed to chamber it, but I regret that I cannot guarantee flawless performance out of an individual rifle that I have not personally tested myself. I will tell you that some shooters note steel occasionally poses extraction difficulties because the case fails to return to its original dimensions following ignition. On the other hand, many people report that steel works even better than brass in their firearms. If you have any apprehensions, then my best advice is to test a box of steel-cased 308 out before you commit to a whole case.

Posted On: 9/24/2020 By: WondersHallJig

A: Thanks for reaching out! As a Russian manufacturer, Tula loads their ammo to comply with CIP requirements. CIP is Europe’s equivalent of SAAMI, and while Tula doesn’t expressly load to SAAMI specs they certainly operate under the assumption that a vast amount of their ammo is bound for American shooters. My own American-made firearms run Tula’s ammo safely and reliably, and I expect it should treat your weapons just as well.

Posted On: 5/14/2019 By: Kolby Conrad

A: Hi Kolby. I am sorry, but due to the complexities of exporting ammunition, we are only able to ship to the continental United States.

Posted On: 4/28/2019 By: ECHO 12

A: Hi Jonathan. The Tulammo 308 rounds have a bi-metallic jacketing. This will make the bullet magnetic because it has a lead core covered by a steel and zinc or copper jacket.

Posted On: 2/26/2019 By: Spencer

A: Over time it can cause some wear. Typically small parts such as extractors have a lifespan of 15 or 20k rounds. They can be picked up for very cheap and replaced fairly easily depending upon the weapon. Steel cased ammo is made from a softer steel than your extractor. You are far more likely to ding up a steel case than damage the extractor.

Posted On: 1/22/2015 By: Jwalker

A: Hello Jake! The Tula ammunition is loaded with a bimetal jacketed bullet. This means the bullet jacket contains both copper and steel.

Posted On: 8/4/2014 By: Ben

A: Hello Ben, These 150gr. FMJ rounds by Tula in .308 do not come in an ammo can. They come in 25 cardboard boxes of 20 rounds each. These make great target rounds for your .308 rifle.

Posted On: 9/28/2011 By: Eric

A: If you want to reload, you should choose ammo with brass cases. This steel cased ammo will be very difficult to properly reload, and the cases will have a much shorter life.

Posted On: 9/28/2011 By: Anonymous

A: That is not a bad idea. Brass and steel cases expand differently, and the steel cases can allow carbon to build up just a tiny bit in the chamber, while brass cases expand to prevent this from occurring. If brass is fired immediately after steel, the carbon can cause difficulty with extraction because the chamber is effectively tighter than it would be otherwise. However, if only steel cased ammo is used, the consistent manner in which steel behaves during firing should not cause any problems with reliability. Cleaning the chamber between brass and steel ammo does not have to be an exhaustive process; a quick brushing should suffice.

Posted On: 9/27/2011 By: Larry

A: This is non-corrosive ammunition.

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