- Manufacturer Tula ammo
- Condition New
- Bullet Weight 150gr
- Projectile Type what is full metal jacket?
- Ammo Use Type Range Training
- Casing Type Steel
- Quantity 500
- Caliber .308 Win
- Manufacturer SKU TA308150
- Primer Type Boxer vs. Berdan Primers
- Muzzle Velocity (ft. per sec) 2800
- Muzzle Energy (ft. pounds) 2612
- Magnetic Yes
- UPC Barcode 814950016284
- Cost Per Round 44.0¢ per round
- Q & A
Tsar Peter I of Russia ordered the building of an ammunition plant in Tula, Russia, back in 1712. The nearest stores of firearms and ammunition were in Moscow, which was too far away at the time, and the locals were having serious trouble fending off invading nomads. Since day one the Tula plant has stayed up on the latest technology, of course, three centuries ago that meant water machines and trochanteric machines for drilling; today they use state-of-the-art technology to manufacture quality ammunition. Their ammunition is made using 300 years of experience and is economically priced because Tula believes all shooters should be able to feed their guns to their heart’s content.
These are somewhat light rounds for the .308 Win at 150 grain. Of course, lighter weight means faster speeds and a slightly lesser recoil, so you can spend more time at the range. This is Full Metal Jacket ammunition and does not expand on impact, in fact, it’s tend to over-penetrating just as all target rounds are. With that in mind it’s extremely important to have a good backstop, because a bullet from your rifle can literally travel for miles before stopping. Each of these rounds has a muzzle velocity of 2800 feet per second and hits with all the power you’d expect from your .308. This ammunition is ideal for target practice, tactical training, and plinking.
There are 500 target rounds in this box of ammunition. With that many rounds you can keep your .308 well-fed and spend some serious time putting lead down-range. All of Tula’s ammunition is manufactured at their plant in Tula, Russia, and loaded to meet SAAMI or CIP specifications. Tula uses their own unique bimetal layering process to make these cases, alternating thing layers of copper and steel until they have a carefully constructed steel case. The finished product is coated with a polymer for consistent cycling, and berdan primer is used to ensure ignition. Your .308 Win has a big appetite; don’t let it go hungry. Order now.
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With the cost of ammo now day's I can't afford ammo that is second rate. I shoot several 308 rifles semi and bolt. I mos ...
good 308 hit's what your aiming.on 4/16/2015
With the cost of ammo now day's I can't afford ammo that is second rate. I shoot several 308 rifles semi and bolt. I mostly shoot long range up to 1000 yards. I have to say that this ammo likes long range as well. I have shot Winchester ammo to con-pair it to this Tula ammo. I can't say that the Winchester is any better at any range. I can say that the Winchester is much higher in cost. A lot of people say not to use metal case ammo in your rifles. I have been shooting Russian ammo in my M1A and my Howa 308 heavy barrel for nearly twenty years with no problems at all. The one thing I can say is that Tula ammo is good ammo and I hit what I am aiming at.(most of the time) no matter what the range is. When I want to just plink I will shoot 100 yard paper targets to see what kind of groups I am getting. Never have I got over inch to inch and a half groups. That is good enough for me for not using match ammo. This ammo is good enough to keep me using it and with the cost of ammo these days the Tula ammo is a great bargain. If you doubt my word just buy one box and try it out. I think you will buy Tula and be very happly with it.
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