500 Rounds of .308 Win Ammo by Tula – 150gr FMJ
Manufacturer – Tula
Bullets – 150-grain full metal jacket (FMJ)
Casings – Berdan-primed steel
This Tula 308 Win ammo is made in Tula, Russia using Berdan-primed steel cases instead of brass cases to help drive the cost down since steel is a much cheaper metal than brass. While not reloadable, for shooters who don’t reload the savings are quite an attractive upside. If you like to shoot high volumes of ammo to hone your skills without breaking the bank, then Tula is a great option to consider.
This ammo features a 150-grain full metal jacket projectile that has steel in its jacket so it will attract a magnet. Tula lists this ammo as having a velocity at 10 meters out as 2,625 feet per second and it is Berdan-primed, non-reloadable, and non-corrosive
308 Winchester Ammo
308 Winchester Ammunition is a simply called “308 ammo” by most rifle shooters today and is among the most popular rounds used by American hunters.
An American-designed rifle cartridge without a rim, .308 ammunition is the commercial or civilian version of the NATO 7.62×51 round. Introduced in the 1950s, 308 Winchester rounds are most frequently used by hunters but a growing tactical crowd is adopting the powerful caliber for use in carbines and other self-defense platforms.
Miguel Da –
They function so well. Even to this day, I have not had a single failure.