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|Manufacturer||Tula Cartridge Works|
|Bullet Weight||62 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Hollow-Point (HP)|
|Ammo Caliber||.223 Remington|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||3025|
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Great experience, as always
The ordering process, communication regarding my order, shipment notification and rapid response were all great on LG's part. I received my ammo within 2 days, ahead of schedule. When I buy ammo online, LG is always my first stop.
Regarding the ammo… I use Tula 223 for range firing & plinking. It's great value and I have no issues with either my Core15 TAC M4 or my H&K 416 using it. I prefer the 62g JHP over the 55g FMJ on the rare occasion that I'll actually take game with it
Cheap, not very reliable
Cheap, if you don't reload - Steel casings with Boxer or Berdan primers (you never know what you'll get). In my Savage bolt-action .223 it would jam every four or five rounds. 62 grains may have been a bit heavy for my 1:9 barrel and was definitely less accurate than 55 grain Hornaday or Fiocchi. Still, not bad for the money!
Ok ammo but not for reliability on a DI AR-15 the polymer coating will melt off in the chamber and cause a spent shell to get stuck in the chamber, case and point this very thing happened in my M&P 15 when it fired on the 60th or so cartridge the cartridge stuck to the chamber the bolt cycled but the extractor had ripped off the case head leaving it stuck in the chamber and irremovable until I could get the upper back to my house where I could remove it with a cleaning rod, its okay for plinking but I wouldn't dare trust it for defensive, competitive, or hunting purposes whatsoever. if your going go with steel cased ammo I recommend the silver bear 223 ammo over the tulammo any day of the week.
I own savage edge bolt action I can cut hole for hole at 100 yds. I live in wv. There is nothing wrong shooting this ammo in a bolt gun but I shot for accuracy so I shoot few shots clean barrel let it cool I've had no trouble good stuff cheap is not always bad going use 62 gr. To white tail hunt be safe have fun buy this ammo nothing wrong with tula even shoot it in my .308 savage bolt gun no problem. Latter crusher
Good Plinking Ammo
Fed and fired perfectly from my Saiga .223. Was reasonably accurate - no less so than ammo I've paid more for. I got tighter groups from the same brand 55gr ammo, out of my Saiga (1 in 10" twist rate, near as I can tell), however. A little dirty, but not beyond reason, considering the value price. I'll certainly reconsider this if I get another .223 rifle, better suited for 62gr bullets.
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