20 Rounds of 122gr FMJ 7.62x39mm Ammo by Tula
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The venerable Tula Arms Plant was founded in 1712 by royal decree, and for more than 300 years they’ve gone to great lengths to follow that order. At first the goal was simply to provide the necessary ammo to protect the members of the village of Tula, Russia, from invaders, but they did well and their reach began to expand. As the decades passed they became known for the beautifully crafted firearms and knives, and with the passage of time their experience allowed them to come up with advances in the production of ammunition. Nobody knows ammunition like Tula.
At 122 grain these are fairly lightweight for the 7.62x39mm cartridge, although of course they still pack a serious punch. They’re FMJ rounds designed to fulfill your needs for target practice, tactical training, and plinking. Each round moves down-range with a muzzle velocity of 2396 feet per second and plows into your target with a muzzle energy of 1555 foot-pounds. Tula uses their own unique bimetal layering process to create the steel cases for this ammunition, coating each finished round in a polymer for consistent cycling and to make them non-corrosive. Berdan primer is eased for reliable ignition and to extend their shelf-life.
When you place your order you get a box of 20 target rounds, which is the perfect size for sticking in your pocket when you hit your favorite outdoor shooting spot. Or you can get a big pile of them and stack them in the corner of your safe. 7.62x39mm is a versatile round, and if you want to use yours for hunting or home defense, these FMJ rounds will help you get the training time in that you need to be a more skilled marksman. Best of all, with Tula you can feed your rifle practically nonstop without worrying about the cost, and that’s a beautiful thing. Place your order today and find out why countless shooters rely on Tula to help them meet their training goals. Don’t you want to meet yours?
(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.)