Reviewed By: Michael M on 12/22/2020
TulAmmo 7.62x54R FMJ 148gr ammo is clean, accurate enough, and reliable. My Mosin cycles this stuff without hang ups and cleans up easily. Goes bang every time. Not the greatest smelling stuff but you shouldn't be inhaling it anyway. Great for the range and inexpensive to shoot compared with other brands. Buds makes the process easy and ships quickly.
Reviewed By: Gary M on 10/24/2020
Excellent rounds. Very pleased and recommend them.
Reviewed By: Justin G on 07/24/2020
Mosins will eat anything you put through them.
Tulammo has always been a great go-to brand for my Mosin.
Russian rifle, Russian ammo.
Great ammo for the value.
The package came in the mail when they said it would.
(Even with delays brought about by demand)
Would order again.
Reviewed By: Chad S on 06/16/2020
I've shot a good amount of this ammo through my rifle with no issues. I'll defiantly be buying more in the future!
Reviewed By: Michael A on 04/15/2020
Good ammo for a great price
Reviewed By: Tom S on 02/17/2020
I really like shooting this ammo. I have 2 Mosin-Nagant 91/30s. The one I've had the longest is a 1939 model that saw 5 years of service in WWII and it was given to me by the guy that picked it up in Germany. I shoot it a couple times a year and this is the only ammo I use in it. Very clean for Russian ammo. My other 91/30 came by way of Croatia. It was arsenal fired for testing in 1944 and was packed in cosmoline until I got it. It was/is a very nice rifle. I used to only shoot Russian surplus ammo in it until I discovered TulAmmo. The problem with the surplus Soviet/Russian ammo is that unless it was made in just 2 or 3 certain plants, it is very dirty ammo and dirty to shoot. My biggest guilt is that I came upon a deal that I could not pass up on some surplus ammo from 1985 that was made in Plant #60. I bought 4400 rounds and still have bunches of it left. This is the nicest surplus 7.62x54R ammo to ever hit the U.S. market. Having said that, this TulAmmo 148 grain shoots really nice groups on paper. I consistently shoot 1.5 in groups at 150 yards. It loads really well both by the round or from stripper clips. It doesn't nose dive. It ejects like a dream and it is supper clean to shoot. I've shot close to a 1,000 rounds of this TulAmmo over the years and have never had a misfire. I'm an old codger and will most likely never buy another gun. Bud's has treated me so well on ammo and accessories that I bought 200 rounds of this ammo out of guilt the first of February just to keep my business at Bud's. I've figured it every way that I know how and the price I paid is about 2 cents per round cheaper than any good deal I have gotten on surplus ammo. My suggestion to 91/30 shooters is: CLEAN YOUR RIFLE WELL! She's homely, but treat her like a lady.
Reviewed By: Rodney K on 11/08/2019
Ammo perform as expected. No misfeeds or misfires. Fired from a stock Mosin–Nagant; (no optics). Hit silhouette target 90% (18/20) @ 100 yards. The 2 fliers were probably my error w/ trigger pull considering 1st time firing the weapon, and my first time back at the range in over 6 years. Can't wait to install optics and go back to range to test this ammo. Overall very pleased.
Reviewed By: Randy T on 05/09/2019
I only shot a box out of my Mosin Nagant and had one FTE. I think it is good, low cost ammo.
Reviewed By: Richard D on 10/28/2018
Good in expensive and not so easy to find anymore
Reviewed By: William W on 08/31/2018
I’m aware that many bolt actions are not a fan of steel cased ammo (sticky extraction). However, this stuff ran beautifully in my Mosin. Aside from the cost and availability of this ammo, it’s also great because it is non-corrosive powder as opposed to the Russian military surplus ammo. Only got one box bc I didn’t know how it would run but I’ll be getting more soon.