Ammo InStock: Tula 223 Rem 55Gr FMJ Steel Case Ammunition 1000Rds $503.49 FREE S&H

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TulAmmo .223 Remington FMJ 55 Grain Ammunition Sale nov2021

USA – -( Sportsman’s Guide has in stock 1000 round cases of steel case TulAmmo, .223 Remington, FMJ, 55 Grain ammunition for $503.49 with FREE shipping for club members. Check ammunition prices online here if you can catch it in stock?

TulAmmo, .223 Remington, FMJ, 55 Grain Ammo

Made by TulAmmo Cartridge Works in Russia, a great deal on .223 Remington. A terrific value! Stock up now!

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Key Specifications
Item Number: 207046
Mfg. Number: TA223550/CS
UPC: 814950016154
Caliber: .223 Remington
Bullet Weight: 55 grain
Bullet Style: FMJ (zinc jacket, lead core)
Muzzle Velocity: 3,241 FPS
Muzzle Energy: 1,283 ft.-lbs.
Case Type: Steel
Primer Type: Boxer, non-reloadable
Corrosive: No
Rounds: 1,000

Ammo InStock: Tula 223 Rem 55Gr FMJ Steel Case Ammunition 1000Rds $503.49 FREE S&H

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Dogma Factor (@dogma-factor)
13 days ago

Holly gougers! Plus it’s steel cased to boot!

Cruiser (@cop1771)
9 months ago

What happened?, Tulammo used to be cheap to shoot. I stocked up on it when it was $6.00 a box for SHTF events. If they have enough to sell to the “Spray and pray” crowd, they can bring the price down to affordability.

Last edited 9 months ago by Cruiser
Finnky (@finnks)
9 months ago
Reply to  Cruiser

@Roy – Despite all the advantages of reloading, getting into it properly takes a bit of capital. Takes considerably more now, if you can even find the right gear and components (primers!). For someone who shoots as little as I do it would take considerable time to recoup initial capital even at $1 per round. At this time I do wish I’d gotten into reloading when it was easier. Now for basic 9mm and 223 – in addition to the oddball rounds I favor… 7.5×55 Swiss, tokarev, makarov (low demand/high price for low power 95gr rounds, and 10mm). Would need… Read more »

9 months ago
Reply to  Finnky

If one really wants to reload, one can get in on the cheap. Not even a press is needed. I started back in the ’70s with a Lee loader kit. All you really need is a neck sizing die, a mallet to drive the die down over the case neck, a punch to decap, a proper sized cup to measure the powder, and a bullet. Naturally, doing it this way is pretty time consuming and labor intensive. But it works well and creates good ammo. Nevertheless, I had a Rockchucker press with real dies before the year was out. You… Read more »