20 Rounds of 55gr FMJ .223 Ammo by Tula
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Have you been wondering why shooters rave about Tula’s ammunition, saying it allows them to fire incredibly high numbers of rounds without draining their bank accounts dry? Well, this 20-round box of ammunition gives you the opportunity to find out what all the fuss is about. These are steel-cased, boxer-primed rounds. Tula uses a special copper-and-steel layering process to produce these affordable cases and manufactures them to SAAMI or CIP standards to ensure quality. When it comes to .223 target rounds, you really should give Tula a shot (yes, we intended that pun).
These are lightweight 55 grain rounds that boast a staggering muzzle velocity of 3,241 feet per second. And speaking of staggering, .223 rounds have a rather permanent quelling effect on their targets; you just know these rounds pack a whallop. These are FMJ – full metal jacket – rounds designed specifically for your target practice, tactical training, and plinking needs. FMJ rounds don’t expand on impact; they simply hit, penetrate, and keep going, so you need to be sure of your backstop. This ammunition is a great way to improve your skill with your AR-15 or other .223-chambered rifle.
Tula has been in business for more than 300 years, which isn’t the kind of long-time claim many manufacturers can make. Among their many achievements, they’ve worked with the famous gunsmiths Ivan Pushkin and Ivan Lialin, who created the double-barreled breech-loading flintlock, and they’ve also worked with Sergei Mosin designing a variety of rifle magazines. Their centuries of experience went into the creation of these affordable .223 rounds; if you want to be a high-volume shooter, this is the way to make it happen. There are only 20 rounds in this box, so you can order one and feed your rifle a little snack. When you discover just how well they work for your target needs, you’ll be back. If you’re back and you know you want more, AFS also has this Tula 223 available in a case quantity here.
(This ammunition is steel-cased. Some ranges do not allow rounds with steel cases, so make sure you double check before trying to use this ammunition at your area range.)