500rds - 308 Win. Tula 150gr. FMJ Steel Case Ammo

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  • 5 Review(s)
  • Casing Type Steel
  • Bullet Weight 150 Grain
  • Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
  • Manufacturer SKU TA308150
  • Muzzle Energy 2612
  • Muzzle Velocity 2800
  • Primer Type Berdan

This is .308 Win. Tula 150gr. Full Metal Jacket Steel Case Ammo. This round is used for sporting and target shooting through bolt-action and semi-automatic rifles and carbines. The phosphate polymer coating cartridge case is bottled-shaped with non-projecting flange and made of steel. This ammo comes packed in 20rds. per box.



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    posted on by HowaboutThat

    I have a Howa Axiom 308 bolt action, With a very decent long range scope, this ammo compared to German bulk ammo, shoots just as well. The Grouping is not quite as good, maybe 1/4" inch at 100 yards, but the price is worth it. Half the price or better.. I didn't do the math here but im sure more is cheaper, but at wallyworld, its usually $6.50 for 20rds and the next ammo same price is $10-12.. The Japanese barrel is amazingly accurate from the cheapest ammo (Tula) to the most expensive ammo. Which i have tried was Federal Vital-Shock. Which is $30+ for the same 20 rounds.. $6.50 or $30.00. Ammo is decent or the rifle makes it up not sure yet.. but Ill keep stocking up on the Tula :)

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    posted on by David

    I have shot this ammo in a PTR91.
    Ran fast and smooth, ran Tula ammo in 7,62x39 , 308W. Runs a little dirty. But it is cheap .

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    posted on by 7Bravo

    Been using Tula ammo for a few years now and when others told me not to buy it, I keep going back for more. The price and quality are great. I have not had any problems with the steel casings not have I found any problems with the function of my rifle.

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    posted on by D. Shafer

    I gave it a 5 star as it is good ammo for what it is.
    Not match grade, not hunting ammo, but if used
    for self defence in serious social purposed where
    a high powered rifle were needed it would be just fine.
    It is also just fine for practice or training a shooter
    new to center fire rifles.
    It's well worth having on hand and the price is right.
    What do you call a firearm with NO ammo?
    A CLUB.

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    posted on by Red

    Haven't put any rounds through but have purchased TulAmmo many times before in different calibers and never had a problem. Shipping was expedient and follow up from sales dept. was same. Would certainly purchase again

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