1000 round case - 223 Rem 55 Grain FMJ Steel Case Tula Ammo

1000 round case - 223 Rem 55 Grain FMJ Steel Case Tula Ammo

1000 round case - 223 Rem 55 Grain FMJ Steel Case Tula Ammo1000 round case - 223 Rem 55 Grain FMJ Steel Case Tula Ammo1000 round case - 223 Rem 55 Grain FMJ Steel Case Tula Ammo
1000 round case - 223 Rem 55 Grain FMJ Steel Case Tula Ammo
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SKU: TA223fmj55-nsX

1000 round case - May be packed inside in 20, 40 or 100 round boxes depending on stock

This ammo is made by Tula Cartridge Works in Russian with polymer coated steel cases and non corrosive primers. The projectile is a 55 grain FMJ bullet with a lead core and magnetic bi-metal bullet jacket

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Customer Reviews

Good ammo for plinking. I have gone through 1000 rounds with no problems at all. It feeds well and extracts beautifully. I will be using it from now on for all my recreational plinking,, great price.
I have shot the tulammo for almost four years now. I shoot two different ar's. one is an eight year old M&P -15 and the other is a one year old M4 colt law enforcement model with Nagpur furniture. The M&P-15 is a little loser than the M4 colt. I shoot the tulammo in both rifles with no problems with at least 5000 rounds. The trick to shooting the tulammo is to take the bullets out of the box still in the plastic housing and give them a quick spray on both sides with silicone spray. Your problems with ejection and hanging up in the barrel will go away.
Outside of an occasional dud I've never had any problems with Tul or wolf ammo especially for plinking. I've used both in my SKS for over 25 yrs, over 25,000 rds. New AR and I already have 3000 rds through it no issues. SGammo is the best right now. They are keeping the prices reasonable even with shipping costs. Other websites that over free shipping are still higher then SGammo. Thank you
If I had to guess the people who report problems with this ammo are not shooting this ammo. They are most likely shooting the lacquerd case stuff. My ar, my son's ar and my buddy's ar will not run the lacquerd cases. They are too sticky once the rifle gets hot. Ive ran 1000 rounds(500 in a day) of this through my gun with no issues. Its a little dirty but all you have to do is clean your rifle which I always do after im done shooting. I highly recomend SG. They always have good prices and ship quick
Several thousand rounds of 9mm and 5.56 - No problems with either caliber. Appreciate the excellent service SGAmmo provides.
This ammo is so hated and I can't tell why. Am I saying it's the best or it's the gold standard or even my first choice? No. Is it evil, awful, junk that will wreck your rifle, blow up, hospitalize you, or wear out your gun very fast? Absolutely not. I never fired steel case through my $2,000+ Adams Arms custom piston driven AR15 for fear of the supposed havoc this ammo wreaks on ARs but I'm the inquisitive type and I had to know... how bad could it be? So I built a basic AR15 (normal milspec parts from PSA assembled on an 80 percent lower. I only own 80s) with magpul mid length moe handguard, moe pistol grip, acs-L stock, melonite barrel, knockoff KNS pins and everything else was normal parts. I've run 600 rounds of this exact ammo through it and I've never cleaned it. I plan to run it until I see a failure. So far the only flaw was 1 improperly sized round. I've had Winchester white box 5.56 that had 3 horrible rounds in one 20 round box. By that measure this is excellent ammo. I've never had an issue with Wolf Gold, which is my go to choice for all around use. I'm so impressed with this Tulammo I've bumped up the gas adjustment on my Adams gun to run it right alongside the brass ammo I typically use in it. This is now my go to plinking/practice ammo. I have zero hesitation when it comes to using this ammo. I purchased 3,000 rounds of this ammo from this supplier. It's good stuff. It goes bang.
For plinking and general shooting I use Tula most of the time. Never had any issues. It is reasonably accurate but not match grade. I have shot 1.5" groups at 100 yds which isn't bad for this price. It is more accurate than some of the brass offerings I have shot. I have lost count on my round count but I have well over 4000 rounds in my DPMS with no issues. If your weapon won't cycle this you have a weapon problem. SG is always great to deal with and they did not price gouge when it was tough to get ammo a couple years back. Customer for life.
The tula product is much cleaner than the wolf barnaul. I shoot irons, mostly 100 yards or a little more. Accurate, clean, functions 100%
I picked up a case of this 55 gr. .223 TulaAmmo and fired some this past weekend in a Ruger Mini 14 (580 series) and a Ruger AR556. This Mini-14 has been picky with TulAmmo in the past from a different lot. Interestingly the color of the bullets is different. This recent lot from SGAmmo has a much more silver color to the bullet (same as for their 150 gr. .308 offering). With the original lot as soon as the mini-14 got a little dirty extraction of the TulAmmo was inconsistent. About 2-3 out of every ten wouldn't extract. I would have to drop the mag, close the bolt and then it would extract on manually cycling the bolt. With this new lot I first fired about 100 rds of PMC 55 gr. FMJBT in the Mini-14. Out of these, 2 or 3 gave extraction problems. The rounds were pulled out of the chamber but there wasn't enough energy left in the bolt cycling to eject them. After firing the PMC I ran 20 rounds of the this new lot of TulAmmo through the dirty Mini-14. There were absolutely no problems with firing or extraction. This mini-14 is picky but seemed to function just fine with this newer lot compared to the original lot. I don't know what the difference is in the rounds. The AR556 has no problems at all with either lot of TulAmmo or any other .223 or 5.56 ammo put through it. It has handled a variety of different loads and manufactures with no hiccups. The TulAmmo has yielded some good groups, down to 1 MOA on occasion, but is not always consistent. Some can be much larger out to 3 MOA. PMC 55 gr on the other hand as well as a variety of other 55 and 62 gr. offerings consistently gives 1 to 1 1/2 MOA if I do my part. Overall for plinking when not going for the tightest groups TulAmmo has been a good buy. SGAmmo is the best. Lowest prices and low shipping costs.
Shoots great. Shot it 500yds at steel targets with a scoped ar-15. Accurate enough.