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|Manufacturer||Tula Cartridge Works|
|Bullet Weight||75 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Hollow-Point (HP)|
|Use Type||Self Defense, Range Training|
|Ammo Caliber||.223 Remington|
|Cost Per Round||27.5¢ per round|
Seems to be OK so far
Review by lonestarlizard. (Posted on 7/12/14)
Bought this on sale some time ago. Have shot 20 rounds through my 185 series Mini-14 with no problems. Got some fairly good groups at 75-100 yards in a noisy, hot and crowded indoor range. This is not Hornady or Federal Premium ammo but used properly it functions fine for me. I would not do a lot of 30 round mag dumps with this. Watching the LG torture test implies that if you are reasonable in shooting this steel cased, bimetal coated ammo, it won't ruin your barrel.
(Posted on 7/12/14)
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This shoots fine in my Mini-14
Review by lonestarlizard. (Posted on 1/10/13)
Yes, the Ruger's action will not get near as dirty as the direct gas impingement actions of AR-style rifles. But do not blame the coating on the steel cases as causing FTE. The coating does not melt. Read the LG torture test just recently published and get the facts. Tula is not a great choice for ARs but it will function in most of them. Still, I probably will not use it in my AR, primarily due to the bimetal cover instead of copper. Tula is a great deal money-wise, especially in a 1:7 twist barrel like the early Mini-14s but one must consider the barrel life issue.
(Posted on 1/10/13)
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Good ammo for the price
Review by britain22. (Posted on 4/7/12)
I have fired well over 1,000 rounds of Tula ammo in an Colt AR-15 and my mini-14 and neither one of the guns had issues with this ammo. Maybe a little dirtier than other ammo but at the much lower cost, it is worth cleaning my weapons!
(Posted on 4/7/12)
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we give this two thumbs up
Review by Ken in WMCA. (Posted on 2/8/12)
my wife and i both shoot AR-15's and this ammo feeds just like any other brand for us, the only time we have any problems with any ammo in our AR's is when they are dirty and need a good cleaning and yes you will clean your rifle a bit more often but at the price of this 75 gr stuff it's a great deal, just so you know my AR is a cmmg and the wife's is a dpms both are what i'd call better AR's.
(Posted on 2/8/12)
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Good ammo for the price!
Review by Stalker. (Posted on 6/3/11)
I have had no issues in my AR15. Very accurate ammo for the money. Have fired 226 rds. with no jams, misfires, or miscues or any type!
(Posted on 6/3/11)
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Great price and great service
Review by lonestarlizard. (Posted on 5/27/11)
I have not shot any of these yet in my mini-14 so I can't review the performance yet. I checked several boxes and all the rounds appeared clean with no obvious defects. The length appeared identical to some PMC, Wolf and Remington rounds. I have shot many boxes of Wolf and other Russian ammo through the Ruger and had zero problems; no FTFs, no FTEs and no jams. That's why I think the Ruger's design is superior to the AR design. Little if any residue shows up in the action of the mini-14.
(Posted on 5/27/11)
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Good in my gun
Review by stephen3. (Posted on 5/19/11)
I have had no problem with the Russian ammo in my tactical mini 14. No dirtier than any other ammo. Shoots where I want it to. The service is just super. With definitely buy from Lucky Gunner again. It is like having a gun show at your fingertips.
(Posted on 5/19/11)
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Great in Mini 14
Review by stephen3. (Posted on 5/18/11)
Have shot many through my tactical mini 14. No dirtier than any other. No misfires either. Will definitely buy again. Great service too!!
(Posted on 5/18/11)
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Review by DREXEL. (Posted on 5/15/11)
This Ammo Jammed every other round. Perhaps my AR-15 is sensative, though my buddy tried some in his and it jammed every other round as well. I do not have that problems with other brands of ammo like Remington and PMC.
(Posted on 5/15/11)
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Review by Hos. (Posted on 5/10/11)
I got these from a big box store that rimes with mart because it was all they had. with my AR I shot 20 rounds and it jammed so I cleared and tried to shoot but it jammed. I removed the bolt carrier and it was so dirty I had to clean it. after a 15 more it did it again so I gave the remaining 100 rounds to a kid on the range with a bolt action. I dont recomend them you would be better spending more on a higher quality product.
(Posted on 5/10/11)
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Review by JAMMIN JIM. (Posted on 5/7/11)
GRAET PRICE;JAMS IN MY BUSHMASTER
(Posted on 5/7/11)
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Not recommended for an AR-15
Review by Trent. (Posted on 5/3/11)
I shot about 300 over about 20 mins in my brand new AR15. I had a steel casing seal itself into my chamber. I could not ram it out. I took it to the gunsmith who was able to get it out after about 10 mins of work. He said not to use them in the AR15's because the sealant melts and stickies it up. Not what I want in a self Defense situation...
(Posted on 5/3/11)
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I ran 60 rounds through....
Review by Parker. (Posted on 4/26/11)
I ran ran 60 rounds through my Bushmaster. They ran just fine and cleaned up easy enough.
I didn't clock them, but they seemed pretty consistent at 25 yards.
I don't shoot the .223 out past 200-300 yards- especially 75 grains, so I'm thinking these may be a cost effective defense round you can afford to practice with and use should the need arise. I think we all agree that using the same round for practice and application makes the most sense if there is an affordable way to do that.
This may be the solution.
(Posted on 4/26/11)
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Review by howboutya. (Posted on 4/18/11)
After 80 rounds i had a spent round get stuck in the chamber. I had to dismantle the AR to clear the case. This product probably works great in cheap firearms, I have a ruger and I will not purchase this product again. Stick with the Federal!
(Posted on 4/18/11)
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We also have this 223 Rem - 75 gr HP - Tula - 20 Rounds ammo in stock in a smaller quantity.
Regular Price: $187.50
Special Price: $164.49
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