500 Rounds of .308 Win Ammo by Tula - 165gr SP

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Ammo Overview

Quantity - 20 rounds per box; 25 boxes per case
Manufacturer - Tula
Bullets - 165 grain soft point (SP)
Casings - Berdan-primed steel


Practice makes perfect, and TulAmmo makes your long days at the range affordable with this steel cased .308 ammo. This ammo has a berdan-primed steel case that is non-reloadable. This round features a 165 grain soft point bullet that makes the round suitable for both range training and hunting medium size game. This ammo has muzzle velocity of 2625 feet per second. The steel case and zinc-plated projectiles significantly reduce the cost of production, which allows Tula to sell these rounds for very affordable prices!

Tula manufactures all of its ammo in Tula, Russia, and has been doing so since 1880.

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Posted On: 4/24/2020 By: Derek

A: Thanks for reaching out, Derek! Our guy at Mossberg says he does not see any reason why this ammo would not work in an MVP. It should be able to cover 500+ yards as well.

Posted On: 2/8/2020 By: Cowboy

A: The M1A may indeed exhibit feeding issues with soft point bullets. This can cause a jam, or deform the bullet's tip to impact accuracy. It is possible that you may not experience either of those problems with your M1A, though.

Posted On: 1/9/2020 By: Aidan Cook

A: Greetings Aidan, thanks for checking out our selection of 308Win here at BulkAmmo, and for your question! I have fired countless rounds of many Tula loads from my Vepr in 308Win, and are very reliable. Now that being said, these are berdan-primed you may to run into primer strikes that are too light to set off the round. And in my opinion that is ok, use that to your advantage and clear your firearm like you would any malfunction, because those will happen, and we need to be proficient at clearing our firearms and getting them back up and ready on the target. After your "drill" toss that light strike round back in your mag, 99.99% of the time the second strike on the primer will send it down range.

Posted On: 10/22/2019 By: Adrion

A: These are new steel cased rounds

Posted On: 2/10/2017 By: Brendan William Isaacs

A: Hello Brendan, This Tula ammunition is loaded with a lead core, bi-metal jacketed projectile. Due to the steel content of the jacket, this ammunition will not pass a magnet test.

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