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|Manufacturer||Tula Cartridge Works|
|Bullet Weight||110 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)|
|Ammo Caliber||30 Carbine|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||1990|
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I used this in a couple of my USGI M1 Carbines. All rounds functioned well. They clocked at 1850-1900 fps. They have been accurate enough for the carbine's, about 2.5 MOA from a typical supported position. I even had the rounds stored in the back of my bouncing pick up. I won't say they are as good as good handloads or top factory but they work well as I remember the USGI surplus ammo.
Sticks in chamber almost every time
I've only used brass cases up till now. Bought 350 RDS of Tulammo steel case m1 carbine ammo and almost every round sticks in the chamber and must be pounded out, not fun. The brass ammo reloads have very few that stick. The price is good but is worthless because of this problem. I wasted over $100.00 on ammo I can't use. Not happy, will not buy again
Great Price and Quality!
Thought I'b brush-up on my shooting after my Dad's house was broken into with a crowbar in the early morning hours of September 17th! He got away this time....he WON'T next time!! Ammo fired smoothly through my Dad's WW2 30 Carbine Rifle! I still have original ammo he brought home from WW2. I compared the two ammos, the original fired as smoothly as the day it was manufactured, as my Dad used to said. The new Tula's ammo only real difference seemed to be less pop when fired and less damage! But will buy again!!
Great Plinking Ammo!
Have used this Tulammo for the last two years, and as someone already commented it does not extract well from a Ruger Blackhawk revolver, the case does expand abit just to make it a pain to reload. It does go through my Universal M1 Carbine like something through a goose. Put a thirty round group at 125 feet in a 4" circle rapid fire,prone position. Had two FTF in about 400 rounds, put them back in the mag and they went bang. Works for me!
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