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20 Rounds of 7.62x54r Ammo by Tula - 148gr FMJ

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$15.50
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Ammo Overview

Bullet Type – 148gr FMJ
Quantity - 20 Rounds
Manufacturer - Tula Cartridge Works
Origin - Tula, Russia
Casing - Berdan-primed steel

Details

This 7.62x54R ammunition from Tula is new production ideal for your Mosin, PSL, or other rifle. Each cartridge in this box of 20 fires a 148 grain bimetal jacketed bullet at a muzzle velocity of 2,785 feet per second and produces good long range accuracy for an enjoyable time at the range.

Unlike many military surplus loads, this ammo uses non-corrosive Berdan primers. These primers can significantly cut down your maintenance burden, since you won't have to scrub your gun thoroughly clean after every single range session.

Tula ammo is loaded in Tula, Russia using non-reloadable steel cases with polymer coatings for reliable feeding and ejection.

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Posted On: 3/22/2017 By: Adam Gartin

A: Hello Adam, Currently Tula manufactures all of their ammunition with a polymer coating on the steel case.

Posted On: 12/16/2016 By: Tex

A: Hello Tex, This ammunition is manufactured with a lead core and a bimetal jacketed projectile. Due to the steel content of the projectile, it will not pass any type of magnet test.

Posted On: 12/17/2014 By: Chase

A: Hello Chase, The Tula ammunition is new manufacture and does not contain any corrosive materials.

Posted On: 9/29/2014 By: Joseph

A: Hello Joseph, I would check with your state's Department of Conservation on whether or not your state allows hunting with FMJ rounds, as many do not allow it. If they do, these rounds should work good for you.

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