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Tulammo TULAMMO 308 Winchester (7.62 NATO) Full

Model: TA308150
Condition: Factory New
Bud's Item Number: 64044
UPC: 814950011289

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If you are a high volume shooter, this is the ammo for you. Tulammo makes these smooth-cycling rounds in the popular military calibers 223 Rem, and 308 Win and 7.62X39. These cartridges use non-corrosive Berdan primer and bullets with a lead core and full bimetal jacket. The steel case has is bottled-shaped with non-projecting flange and a phosphate polymer coating.
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PPR $ 0.40/round
Caliber/Gauge 308 Winchester (7.62 NATO)
Casing polymer coated steel
Bullet Type FMJ
Box Qty 20
PPR $ 0.40/round
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PPR $ 0.40/round

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Reviewed By: Tom V on 09/16/2015 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Tula ammo tends to get a bad rap because of its low price and Russki heritage, some of it well deserved, I've fired hundreds of their .223/5.56 without so much as a failure to feed or misfire.

With that being said, after buying a DPMS Oracle.308, I needed something to feed it, and being on a budget (read: cheap), I naturally turned to Tula ammo. This .308 was a great buy at $8.14 a box, and the shipping was cheap too!

I spent the afternoon at the range today zeroing the rifle, and absolutely no complaints about the 60 rounds I fired. At 50 yds I was able to cover my zeroed 3 rd group with a quarter. I'm NOT a great shot...the group was achieved using a Monstrum 3X Prism Scope shooting from a resting bench. Point being this ammo is damn good and consistent!

Thanks Buds!!

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