1000rds - 223 Tula 55gr. FMJ Ammo




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  • 21 Review(s)
  • Manufacturer Tula Ammo
  • Condition New
  • Bullet Weight 55 Grain
  • Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
  • Use Type Range Training
  • Casing Type Steel
  • Quantity 1000
  • Ammo Caliber 223 Remington
  • Manufacturer SKU TA223550
  • Primer Type Berdan
  • Muzzle Velocity 3241
  • Muzzle Energy 1283
  • Magnetic Yes
  • UPC Barcode 814950016154
  • Cost Per Round $0.21/ppr

1000rds - 223 Tula 55gr. FMJ Ammo Details

This is newly manufactured .223 Tula 55 grain, full metal jacket ammo. This bulk ammo has the polymer steel case and is non-corrosive. Russian made by The Tula Cartridge Works, this is good plinking ammo and among the most economical range training rounds you can find. It has a magnetic bi-metal jacket. It comes packed in 20 round boxes with 50 boxes per case.



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    posted on by Roger

    I like this ammo because it is cheap. Bought 1000 last year of 62 gr hp. Had some issues of stuck cases. I found that if I used a spray or liquid dry silicon lube on the cases and let them dry they fed and extracted fine. I then started just putting the lube on after loading the mags. That made them slip out of my metal mags easily and was good for my mags also.

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    posted on by Tavor Problems

    I bought 1,000 rounds and have regretted it. My tavor rips the metal apart, leaving the casing inside the bore. I have to go shooting with a steel rod to knock the random stuck round out.

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    posted on by Ken

    Good solid ammo

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    posted on by Flood survivior

    These rounds were under 4 feet of water for 2 days. Let them air dry and wiped down with mineral oil. Had only one FTF in the two hundred that i tested. Really surprised.

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    posted on by JASON

    I've been shooting these because they are cheap. So far not one malfunction. I will continue to purchase.

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    posted on by Mike

    Purchased 2000 rds. Worked great in 4 different weapons. I will be buying more.

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    posted on by Dick Powers

    I have now fired over 1000 rounds of the Tulammo 5.56 without a problem of any type. 250 plus rounds of that was with a bump stock. I will be ordering more soon.

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    posted on by Dick Powers

    I purchased 1000 rounds of 55 grain Tulammo and have shot a little over half of it. To date I have had no problems with this ammo. I have had no duds, no loading or ejection problems at all, 0 problems with it in my AR. Accuracy has been excellent, triple tapping holes at twenty five and fifty yards and quarter size three round groups at 100 yards. I will put it to a real test this coming week as a friend is coming over to shoot with a bump fire equipped AR. I plan to buy more of this ammo

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    posted on by Alan

    Have over 4k rounds through my stock dpms oracle. Not one failure. I used to run brass then one day I decided to try steel. Maybe 1k brass and 3k steel through my rifle. Everyone makes fun of me and calls them "werewolf killers". These aren't for everyone though. Buy a few hundred to test before you drop the bank roll on them. They work for some and not others. They work for me great!

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    posted on by Jim

    No issues with 250 rounds through my Ruger AR at the range.

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    posted on by dale

    This stuff sucks. I never have issues with brass case in my Ar's however these steel cases get stuck in the chamber after firing. All 4 of my AR's do it. I have tried to figure out why, I swapped bolts, I have changed extractors, I even spent the money to get a failsafe BCG. same issue. some times I run a couple mags without issue than wham! a stuck case. and I have had issues with just a few rounds down the pipe. I thew away the rest of the case I had bought.

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    posted on by josh karl

    first day i ran 100 rounds through. no problem, this ammo shoots great through my ar and it's cheap. will definitely be my brand to buy.

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    posted on by Jason

    Runs like hot butter through my Anderson, Keltec, Spikes, and Rock River. Only had issues with my DPMS.

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    posted on by Ben

    Only got to fire about 200 rds, No FTF or FTE. All fired perfectly.Can't be beat for the price.

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    posted on by Joe A

    I have shot many many rounds without a hickup. Great for the price, I can't reload for this price!

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    posted on by Mark

    Never an issue my mini 14 handles it fine.

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    posted on by Zac

    My m&p 15 eats this ammo up no problem don't think I ever had a problem with this stuff only this is its real dirty but definitely worth shooting if you just wanna have some fun

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    posted on by Klay

    Thousands of rounds through my Daniel Defense and Spikes AR15s. In response to BRADH above. Stove pipes and FTE are signs of gun problems more than ammo. Id venture to say the light primer strikes are DPMS related as well....even with another brand running OK. The cases are the right size and they are known to be slightly under pressure but all my ARs run like a sewing machine on them.

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    posted on by BRADH

    I ran about 500 rounds thru my DPMS this weekend. I wanted to try the Tula in my AR15 since I have never had trouble with it in my AK's. I had alot of failures in 223, at least one per mag. FTE's, stovepipes and FTF's (barely dimpled the primer). It seemed to have a lower pressure. Really gummed up my rifle. I ran some domestic brass rounds while shooting the Tula with no issues. It's worked fine for others but I'll stick with domestic brass rounds.

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    posted on by Byron

    These have been 100 percent reliable in my S&W M&P 15s. Decently accurate, and no problems of any sort.

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    posted on by Joe

    Cycles fine in my armalite

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