1000 Rounds of 55 Grain HP .223 Ammo by Tula

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Fast Facts
  • Manufacturer Tula
  • Condition New
  • Bullet Weight 55gr
  • Projectile Type HP
  • Ammo Use Type Range Training, Varmint Hunting
  • Casing Type Steel
  • Quantity 1000
  • Caliber .223
  • Manufacturer SKU TA223554
  • Primer Type Berdan
  • Muzzle Velocity (ft. per sec) 3241
  • Magnetic Yes
  • UPC Barcode 814950016031
  • Description
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AmmoForSale.com is pleased to offer this .223 ammo for sale by Tula. These 1000 rounds of steel cased ammunition are berdan primed and include a 55gr HP projectile. Please be sure to read our reviews of this Tula .223 ammo below, or add your own!

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Do indoor ranges typically have a problem with The use of steel casing? Posted On: 4/4/2020 By: Johnnie Byrd II
Thanks for asking, Johnnie! Some do, and some don't – you can really only know for sure by asking in advance. Ranges like to sell the brass littering their floors at the end of the day to help cover their operating costs, and some don't want to bother running a magnet through it. Many ranges especially dislike aluminum shell casings, for that matter, because they're not magnetic and therefore harder to sift out. What's more, many ranges ban magnetic projectiles (like this ammo has) because they contain steel that can (A) damage their backdrops and (B) create sparks and therefore present a fire hazard. Even if a range permits steel shell casings in theory, they may ban steel cased ammo for having magnetic projectiles.
What is the difference between steel and brass casings Posted On: 4/1/2020 By: William Sorensen
Thanks for reaching out, William! Brass is the traditional and preferred metal for shell casings. It is more expensive to make brass than steel, because brass contains copper. A brass casing is more supple than steel which gives it two primary advantages: it shoots cleaner, and it is reloadable. It shoots cleaner because the supple brass casing seals the chamber during ignition. It is reloadable because it returns to its original dimensions after it's fired. A steel casing tends to shoot a little dirtier, and it is not reloadable. However, steel cased ammo is significantly more affordable than brass cased ammo. If you can go without handloading and don't mind cleaning your rifle more, it's a good way to save money on shooting.
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