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|Manufacturer||Tula Cartridge Works|
|Bullet Weight||122 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||2396|
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Trying it out
Bought this to try out on my new AK that I finally got around to buying and it did just fine in the Arsenal SAM 7. Of course, you all provided nothing less than excellent service in ordering and shipping and timely receipt.
Happy Camper/Happy Shooter
I tried Lucky Gunner first due to internet search results and second due to my personal good experiences ordering certain products online from other sites. Lucky Gunner surpassed my expectations with their great service and the product met expectations as I have purchased 7.62X39mm Tulammo from other sources and have been happy with the product and the value. Lucky Gunner meets a need with a valuable service and should be in every shooter's portfolio of suppliers.
Great All Around
I've cycled nearly a thousand of these bad boys through my 1974 Romanian Ak-47 and had no failure to feed, fire or eject. I've shot the 122 grain FMJ's, 124 grain FMJ's, 122 grain HP's and 154 grain SP's and had flawless results every single time. 8x8 solid cinder blocks get chopped in half by these FMJ's 1 shot. These are some serious rounds, kids.
What are you waiting for... Buy in now before Obama makes them degrade the powder!
I have an SKS and an AK-47. The TUL 7.62x39 is just fine and probably the best Ammo value out there. Yeah it's steel case, but I don't reload.. do you? I have blown through thousands of rounds and not a single FTF or stovepipe. Accuracy is better than my hold, and when the freakin Zombies attack,,, they don't care if you are slinging TUL or Competition hand loads., They only want YOUR BRAINS! Only thing is that the Tul powder seems a little dirtier than Winchester or Hornandy.. No big deal, I clean after each session anyway.
I will be ordering more of this ammo soon. I think it is an exceptional value. I have not had the opportunity to fire a lot of rounds because the AK I bought neede sight adjustments. I just recently ordered and received a sight adjustment tool. I will post again when I get a chance to shoot accurately. Thanks LuckyGunner. I'll return.
Great Price, Great Ammo, even better service, what's not to like.
One of the reasons I shoot rifles of this caliber is the lower cost per round than other midsize calibers. Hard to beat Tula on price especially if you buy from LG. Although Russian ammo sometimes has a bad reputation, this is after all a Russian designed caliber and Tula in this caliber is a great performer. In fact I have been pleased with Tula in non Russian calibers too. I have shot Tula in .45 ACP thru my Ed Brown 1911 without any problems whereas my G19 had plenty of digestion problems with Precision 9MM. As for accuracy, thru my AK I get what I expect from that platform. Thru my Yugo SKS, it is spot on and comparable to NATO 7.62 out to 100 yards with iron sites.
Can't say enough about the service from LG.
Awesome rounds, great service from Lucky Gunner!
My brother-in-law and I recently purchased twin VZ58s and we wanted to test several brand/types of 7.62 x 39 ammo to see if our rifles preferred any over the others. We tested both the FMJ and HP varieties of Tula in 122 gr. The shells wre packaged nicely and the cases showed no deformations or marks. All bullets were seated firmly. We experienced no problems with either of our rifles in loading, feeding, firing or ejecting these rounds. We fired a couple of boxes apiece of both types and were very impressed with the reliablilty and accuracy that we experienced with the Tula line.
You're reviewing: 7.62x39 - 122 gr FMJ - Tula Cartridge Works - 20 Rounds
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