500 Rounds of 62gr FMJ .223 Ammo by Tula
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Russia is known for many things, among them vodka, huge stores of natural gas, frozen tundras, and bears. But they’re also home to what may very well be the oldest ammunition manufacture in business today. In 1712, the tiny village of Tula, Russia, was suffering greatly at the hands of attacking nomads, and because the closest weapons stores were in Moscow, Tsar Peter I of Russia ordered the village to build their own ammunition plant. The result was the venerable Tula Arms Plant, which started small, producing ammunition to protect the locals, but has ended up impressively large, distributing their products on a global level. For more than 300 years Tula has been manufacturing ammunition; saying they’re experienced would be an understatement.
This .223 Remington Tula ammunition is fairly lightweight at 62 grain, but lighter weight means greater speed. They’re Full Metal Jacket rounds, meaning they’re specifically made for target practice, tactical training, and plinking. Each round flies down-range with lightning speed; muzzle velocity is 3025 feet per second. They also hit hard; these rounds will put a serious hurt on your targets. Tula utilizes their own unique bimetal layering process to create the steel cases for these rounds and coats them with a special polymer for reliable feeding and ejecting. These rounds are boxer primed.
You get 500 target rounds in this box of ammunition. That’s a lot of full mags and plenty of focused range time; your gun will thank you and your improving skill level will be the visible proof. There’s so much you can do with 500 rounds, from practicing firing your rifle prone to improving your follow-up shots, you can’t afford to pass this up. Tula’s ammunition is economically priced so you can finally be a high-volume shooter without an empty wallet to match. Don’t hesitate, just order, and get this ammunition where it belongs: in your rifle.
(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.)