- Manufacturer Tula
- Condition New
- Weight 55gr
- Projectile Type FMJ
- Ammo Use Type Range Training, Inside Range Training
- Casing Type Steel
- Quantity 1000
- Caliber .223
- Manufacturer SKU TA223550
- Primer Type Berdan
- Muzzle Velocity (ft. per sec) 3241
- UPC Barcode 814950016154
- Cost Per Round 23.0¢ per round
- Q & A
1,000 rounds may seem like a lot of 223 ammo, but after you’ve spent some time at target practice with your favorite AR-15 or fought off a horde of ravenous zombies, you’ll find out it’s just about right. And when you buy Tula, you’re feeding your rifle with ammunition from one of the largest manufacturers in the world. Not only that, they’ve been in business for more than 130 years. That means you’ve got the benefit of over a century of experience plus clear dedication to producing reliable products for shooters the world over. What more could you possibly ask for?
Value. That’s right, these rounds are priced so you can afford to blow through the entire box in one day. But don’t think for a second Tula doesn’t maintain standards for their economy rounds, because they do. All ammunition is manufactured to CIP standards and made under the watchful eyes of their team at their plant in Tula, Russia. Shooters who use Tula praise its dependable feeding and say it doesn’t leave a heavy residue in their rifles.
These are medium-weight 55 grain rounds with a muzzle velocity of 3,241 feet per second and a zombie-stopping muzzle energy of 1,282 foot-pounds. So these rounds move fast and hit hard, and that means you can kill a lot of paper and destroy a lot of zombies. Among avid shooters who favor Tula’s ammunition, these .223 55 grain FMJ rounds are known for tight grouping.
This ammunition has a few unique features. First, it’s made to withstand a broad range of temperatures, from -4 to +122 degrees Fahrenheit. Not all ammunition can claim consistency in such high or low climates. Whether your next range trip is scheduled for the Amazon or Siberia, you’re going to get reliable performance from these rounds. It also has a bi-metal jacket, utilizing both steel and copper, and a lead core, which increases its ballistic performance. And each round’s steel case is polymer-coated and boxer-primed as well as being non-corrosive, so your rifle will thank you. Place your order for this 1000-round box right away; don’t wait for the zombie apocalypse to hit.
excellent ammoon 11/8/16
never any problems !
Perfect Bulk Ammoon 8/4/16
I have used many different types of ammo through my M&P 15 and Tula has performed just as good as any other ammo I have fired. To me this is the perfect ammo to stock up on and to do drills with. Its cheap and reliable..So that makes a great practice ammo that works when you pull the trigger.
Shoots great and no failures!!!
Just what the Dr. Ordered!!!
Never a Problem with TulAmmoon 10/8/14
I've run over 2,500 rounds through my Tavor without one problem.
can't beat it at least for break in.on 7/14/14
i truly can't say. my e4 son is the only one to shoot the brand in a new gun. 1 hiccup, on round 6. magazine was new as well. he is the reason for the 1,000 round order. if it worked for him it must be good.
great buy for the priceon 5/30/14
I use a variety of different ammo. I use this brand for recreational an fun. I've yet to have any issues. Keep in mind the better you take care of your weapon the better the performance. Always clean an lube your gun. Ive ran over thousand rounds threw my AR I've never had a misfire nor extraction problems. As far as accuracy they aren't and won't shoot like a Hornady but they aren't terrible I get nice groups with rapid fire at 200yds. Again I use these for FUN. I will continue to use these as long as they're available.
great ammoon 3/29/14
don't buy into the bs about steal case ammo causing damage to your rifle or being dirty. I shoot tula through my mp-15 and my one off ar15 target rifle. it preforms the same as any brass cased nato rounds and as good as Winchester. I punch out at least 500 rds a month and have been doing so for the last 4 years, the number of FTF and hang fires about 1 every 4-6 months.
Tulammo is goodon 1/6/14
Reliable ammo. I've shot 600+ in one sitting in my Colt LE6920 without a single issue.
Poor ammo jams easyon 7/27/13
Jams easy and stick with a hot barrel.
Good for the moneyon 7/1/11
I shoot 200 rounds with a M&P 15, 5.56 barrel, without any problem
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- will these bullets be able to be used on an AR-15 5.56 Posted On: 6/25/13 By: Igor
- Yes. This .223 Rem ammo may safely be fired in a .223 Rem rifle or 5.56x45 NATO rifle.