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|Manufacturer||Tula Cartridge Works|
|Bullet Weight||122 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Hollow-Point (HP)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||2330|
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The can seems to be under a vacuum, I have opened similar cans to a swoosh of incoming air.
The Ruskies know how to preserve ammo.
The polymer coating on the newer 7.62 x 39 is far superior to the old lacquer coatings.
I wish the cans came with a can opener:(
These make great building blocks for my ammo fort:)
Great ammo. No misfires, nu duds, perfect. AK eats that with no problem at all... then agian, it is AK. It is bit dirty, clean your gun, and you'll be fine. Love the idea of spam can, great for storage for the long run. Thanks LG! Outstanding customer service.
Great Deal, reasonable priced, readily available.
This is a great deal, I like the ammo can lots, as easier to store backup ammo. Pricing is equal to practically every bulk ammo dealer I've seen, so it's a good deal, especially knowing it is in stock "now". Only complaint would be pricing, but who wouldn't like to control that. Outstanding purchase.
At the time I bought these "canned" rounds, they were going for only half a cent more per round ($5 per thousand) than the same ammo without the steel case. I am not a prepper, but I do lay in ammo when I can for personal practice. Some of it sits a while depending on what we like to shoot. It's kinda random...some months rifles, some months pistols. Either way, I have had some steel ammo sitting for a few years. We are hot and humid in the summer, and even though I have never had a real problem with steel corrosion, a sealed can was a no-brainer for me especially when the cost is the same.
As for the ammo itself, it shoots good and is not as dirty as some of the older stuff others sell. Either the E. Europeans have responded to complaints of dirty ammo or I just don't notice as much, but this seems to run cleaner than past ammo. It cycles my AK SBR (a modified Draco) without issue. Given the variability of AK SBRs this may or may not apply to you.
I can tap 8" and 6" steel at 50 yards with the SBR and original iron sights. I don't compete, so I am quite happy with this ammo. It's not "Match Grade" like the brass Fiocchi I have purchased before (shot from another gun), but it gets the job done at less than 1/3rd the cost. And who would seriously expect "Match Grade" from a Draco turned SBR?
I have not group tested this beyond the steel, so could not tell you exactly what the spread would look like. But, based on the "tone" of my hits on the steel they seem to be grouping well (some steel setups will sound different depending on where you hit the plate...shoot enough at that plate and you can tell where you hit it within reason). I think I am getting 1-2 MOA out of it, but again...SBR Draco - not a tack-driver, sniper-operator, ninja, samurai precision machine. Or whatever. It's just fun and accurate. I'd use this setup hunting small to medium game, but probably not big hogs.
It's in stock and the service is great!
I have been very happy with Luckygunner.com. When they say they have it in stock, they have it in stock and it ships the next day. Very reliable and prompt service. I definitely recommend these folks for all you ammo needs. And the price is right too.
spam can of tulammo hp
for this price I couldn't pass up this deal. everywhere else they were charging an arm and leg for a spam can and it comes with the tool to open it how awesome is that. the ammo burns a little bit dirty but just clean your gun and you will be fine.
You're reviewing: 7.62x39 - 122 Grain HP - Tula - 640 Round Spam Can
Posted On: 3/4/2020 By: Jeffrey Johnson
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