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|Manufacturer||Tula Cartridge Works|
|Bullet Weight||150 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)|
|Ammo Caliber||.308 (7.62X51)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||2800|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||2612|
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Great with fluted chambers!
I had doubts about buying this but I bought 500 rounds of this cheap stuff and ran about 300 rounds through my C308 and had zero hiccups. Only problem with this ammo is it gets your rifle dirty pretty quick. If you're not using a rifle with a fluted chamber you might have some problems. But for PTR's/CETME's it works pretty flawlessly.
No issues, works fine
The ammo is ment for an 47s and Veprs. The ammo work great in my Ruger American rifle. I had no issues using this ammo semi auto rifles or bolt action rifle. Some usa build guns need to have a more powerful firing pin spring to fire this ammo.
I had no fail to fire or issues with cycling.
The ammo is good for the price.
Good range ammo
Fed flawlessly in my Vepr 308. Pull 3 boxes from the case randomly, no duds, no FTF or FTE. about 5-6 rounds did seem to have weak velocity being extracted from the rifle, could have had a low charge but cycled none the less and went bang every time. Might cause extraction issues in AR style rifles, and the hard primers might cause issue in striker fired applications (bolt guns etc). Rifles built to handle steel cased with bimetal bullets like a Vepr 308 or Saiga 308, PTR, Galil possibly the SCAR as well shouldn't have any issues at all.
Would NOT recommend for personal/home defense or hunting; you'll want to spend the money on a few boxes of Federal or Hornady hunting ammo for that. This stuff? Great for having fun at the range, plinking and getting live rounds under your belt.
depends on the gun/magazine
I don't know why the magazine makes a difference, but any time I put Tulammo in the plastic pmags, my S&W M&P10 has extraction problems (at least once per 20 rounds). This ammo works fine out of the steel magazines, and in my bolt-action Savage.
It's reasonably accurate and consistent, and I don't recall ever encountering a dud primer. But since the last failure-to-extract from my AR required anti-seize lubricant and a screw extractor (the back of the case sheared off when trying to tap it out with a rod), I'm not going to be taking chances on it in my AR any more.
YMMV, and the money saved by buying steel-cased ammo probably makes up for the increased wear-and-tear of having to manually extract cases once in a while. But I've decided I value peace of mind and my range time more than I value the extra money required for brass-cased ammo. So I've bought my last case of Tulammo 308.
My 357 also has extraction problems with steel-cased ammo. But my 9mms are very happy with Tulammo.
This stuff also seems a little dirtier than pricier ammo, and requires extra cleaning time.
1st box of 20 and I had 3 duds. Even tried to shoot them a second time in another rifle with no success. Now I have 480 more rounds to go through. Definitely don't want to use these where your life may depend on it.
Good but Not Great
So far ran about75 rounds through my new 308 build. I used a ALG Combat Ready trigger with 4.5 lb pull and have had three misfires. The rounds fired when I tried them again. Not sure if the Berden primers are the issue or if I need to put a heavier spring on the hammer. No feeding issues encountered so far. Will be purchasing some PMC to see if it is any different.
Very Good Ammo
I've only used this ammo in my Cetme rifle, it has never let me down. As far as price can't be beat. As far as accuracy it does me just great. Have my scope and red dot scope sighted in with this ammo. I stock up with this ammo for range time and for anything else. the money I save from not buying brass case ammo has allowed me to buy more of this steel case ammo. This ammo will take down large or small game animals or, "zombies"
Decent for plinking (Remington 700)
I bought 500rds and didn't want to judge till after I've shot about 300. I've only shot this through my Remington 700 between 100-400yds. Only out of a bolt gun. Can't speak for anyone using AR platforms. Cannot recall any misfires but the one problem I did get was the cases expanding. This happened few and far between shot groups and was easily remedied by sliding a cleaning rod down the barrel (with little effort) and tapping them out. Cant get less than an inch group at 100yds but it'll still hit an 8 inch steel plate at 400.
Misfeeds in my M&P10
I've only fired 30 rounds so far, and didn't have time to figure out what the problem is. (I was at the range with my young son, and I didn't want to interrupt his shooting too much when I started having problems.)
The last round in the magazine didn't feed properly and jammed the bolt. All other rounds worked flawlessly and shot cleanly and accurately. But the last round jammed, twice. The first one was easy to extract, but the second one required prying. That's not something I want to do to my expensive rifle, especially with a live round in it!
I was using 20-round pmags with my M&P10. I've put several hundred rounds of other .308 ammo through the rifle (all brass-cased, mostly PMC from LG and lots of commercial reloads) and never had any problems. I'll have to try the Tulammo in the factory 10-round mag and the 20-round steel mags I've got. Maybe I'll just have to load my mags with 1 brass-cased + 19 Tulammo. That would be annoying.
I've been buyingTula ammo for a long tim. It works great in my Century International Arms AK 47. It's all I ever buy for my SAIGA 308. I've never had a jam or a misfire in either one. It's great ammo for the range . I use it for the range and stock up on the good brass stuff to use when the time ariseslike war on our home ground or zombies or the Apocolypse. Hey, one never knows, does one???. Anyway, I highly recommend it.
500 rounds of .308 steel ammo
I bought 500 rounds of steel ammo at a very cheap price and thought "I'm going to get what I paid for".
I shot around 50 - 90 rounds and every shot was not only good, but accurate at 200 yards.
When I cleaned my Ruger Scout M77 the barrel was barely dirty, The port was, as expected, needed the most attention,
A gun friend of mine asked me where he could buy that same ammo - and yes I told him.
new york loves luckygunner and tula 308 150gr ammo
Luckygunner you guys are awesome not only your prices but your shipping is second to none I live in New York (sh-- hole of a state) you have found a great way to help us get ammo with out paying an arm and a leg from our local gun store's I tell everyone I know how great you guys are and I will be buying my ammo exclusively from you for now on and any other gun stuff I need again you guys rock thank you some much sincerely Christopher Gill
Too many failures to fire
I bought about a dozen different types/brands to test with my new Browning BAR Hogstalker. Everything fires perfectly through it except these TULA rounds. Roughly 1 in 3 fail to fire. One can argue that my rifle is the problem, but every non-Russian brand I have tried works perfectly (PMC, Privi Partizan, numerous types of Remington and Federal in target, match, and hunting varieties).
I have had similar issues with TULA in 9mm. It fires perfectly out of two Barrettas (92a1 and cx4) I have but fails to fire frequently from a Kahr PM9. But the Kahr fires everything else I've ever tried without any failures at all.
I guess the TULA primers need to be struck harder than other ammo and some guns just don't strike quite hard enough. Also, the TULA seems to leave a gun dirtier than just about any other brand of ammo I've shot. This is consistent across all calibers I've tried.
Lucky Gunner is great, by the way. I have ordered from them many times and highly recommend them. Great service and fast shipping.
Made unfortunate decision to buy 1000 rounds. Put 90 rounds through my rifle and had several misfeeds, jammed rounds, and a misfire. Very dirty ammo as the cartridges contain a lot of "debris". Took my rifle to the dealer to see what they said, and they saw a box of this ammo and asked, "Are you shooting that crap???" Now what to do with the other 900+ rounds..... Will never buy this brand again...
Just receive my order
Ordered 160 rounds of this ammo for my CETME. Have not been to the range as of yet to shoot it. Have heard and read good things about using this ammo in the CETME. Will report back when I do, this is a good price for this ammo and fast service from LG.
Bought this because my 1919a4 now has a crank fire on it so it is as close to full auto that you can get without the paperwork. So i need alot of 308 to run trough it so why not the tula and i also use the wolf. Great stuff fits my need perfectly.
Excellent ammo for the money
Can't say that i tried this lot that i just purchased but have used this in the past w/ my G3 and its very accurate and consistent ammo. Have found a couple that didn't have the primer sealer around the primers.
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