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TulAmmo .223 Rem. Full Metal Jacket Polymer Coated Steel Case , 55 Grain, 3241 fps, 20 Round Box, TA223550

 
TULAMMO USA
TA223550
814950011159
AMM-2900
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Unequaled Value! Unquestioned Performance!
Try some TULAMMO, manufactured at the Tula Cartridge works in Russia. Founded in 1880, Tula Cartridge Works is one of the most significant producers of small-arms ammunition in the world. Over the past several years the factory launched production of a wide variety of commercial products for training, self-defense, and hunting. Such ammunition is marketed Worldwide under the trademark TULAMMO.
The cartridge .223 REM (5.5645) is used for sporting and hunting shooting through bolt-action and semi-automatic rifles and carbines. The cartridge keeps its qualities under various climatic and weather conditions independent of the season and at a temperature from 20 to + 50 C.

TulAmmo is converting from a Bimetal Jacketed projectile to a Zinc Coated projectile. Zinc coating is a chemical method of surface treatment (galvanizing) which gives the bullet jacket a more uniform and consistent protective layer than that of machine-stamped bimetal bullet jackets. Thanks to this, cartridges with zinc-coated bullets provide up to 10-15% better shooting accuracy than cartridges with bimetal bullets.

Specifications:
Caliber: .223 Remington
Bullet Weight: 55 Grains
Bullet Type: Full Metal Jacket Projectile
Muzzle Velocity: 3241 FPS
Non-reloadable Steel Casing
Non-Corrosive
Berdan Primed
Bimetal jacket will attract a magnet
20 Rounds per Box

 

Item#: 2-TLTA223550BX,AMM-2900
Total number of Reviews: 102

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3.0 5
"Order 200 rounds for my Ruger Mini-14, so far so good. Using my 20 rd. factory mag had 2 casings expand on me after 50 rds. No biggie. Order a few give it a shot. Clean your rifle then shooting steel cased everything should be fine."
– ron
4.0 5
"Making corrections to my previous comment below. Tulammo is awsome! My Mini-14 was new out of the box at the time, so I'm pretty sure that the malfunctions were due to my rifle not being broken in yet. Shot some more rounds at the range today, 100 rounds to be exact. At 100 yards with 5 inch targets with my UTG 38mm red dot YES UTG RED DOT, got some good groups. NO MALFUNCTIONS!"
– ron
1.0 5
"I've fired (or tried to fire) about 3/4 a box. I had two misfires so far. One round fired after repeated attempts. One never fired. Higher than 10% misfire rate - save your money."
– SNG
5.0 5
"I bought 1,000 rounds of the CTD AMM-2900 223 ammo and after shooting over 1500 rounds in my AR's, and Mini-14's I had no problems at all. Every round fired with no FTF or MF's. Great ammo for the price. FMJ may not be the best for hunting but brought down two deer with one shot each at 70-90 yards. I am a happy camper and will buy more."
– Dead On
5.0 5
"To add a bit to the one below. Do the math and find out that buying the 20 rounds of TulAmmo for this price is far less than reloading any brass cartridge. Of the hundreds of rounds I have fired at 100 yards, all were within 1-1/2 inches with a scope. The Mini 14 at 50 yards was with an EoTech 552 and all were within 1 inch."
– AR NUT
5.0 5
"Just 4 days ago I ordered 1,000 rounds of the TulAmmo .223 Rem 55 gr. FMJ. Delivery was in 2 days and well packaged. I fired 100 rounds in my DPMS AR15, another 100 rounds in my Colt 6920 LE AR15, both with 20 and 30 round mags with NO problems at all. I also shot 100 rounds in my Mini 14 with both 20 and 30 round mags. The only problem was the last shell casing fried from the Mini 14 30 round mags failed to extract. I expect this is something with my mags and nothing to do with the ammo."
– AR NUT
5.0 5
"I bought 500 rounds and I love it. There were no FTF and no extraction problems. Perfect ammo for any .223 weapon."
– Shoot Em Up
5.0 5
"I fired off 100 rounds in my stag. I experienced only 1 FTE, the case\uFFFDs rim lip broke at the point where the extractor claw grasps the case, leaving the spent cartridge in the chamber. This jam occurred after 60 rounds when the rifle tried to feed in the next cartridge. I dropped a naked cleaning rod into the bore and the case dropped right out, no more FTEs occurred. Accuracy was as good as I am able to shoot and rounds are nice and hot. I will keep buying Russian steel cased ammo."
– powpower
1.0 5
"I went down to the range after ordering 40 rounds of this ammo. I had at least 1 out of 3 jam. Almost 90% short stroked or failed to feed. I will not be buying this again."
– stag model 4
5.0 5
"Just did a test run of 60 round of this stuff in my S&W M&P15. Not a single issue. Logged on to buy about 750 more rounds. 500 for the zombies, and 250 for the range. Do yourself a favor and enjoy this stuff at this price."
– zachFIU
1.0 5
"I ordered 200 rounds to test in my rifle after seeing the mixed reviews. The first 30 worked OK with 2 fail to feeds. Reloaded the mag and EVERY shot after that failed to feed. Every single one fired after being manually chambered. Could be the factory Bushmaster mag and the steel casings having more friction, but it ended the deal for me. Even though it will cost a little more it gives me a reason to use American brass."
– Average Joe
2.0 5
"I ordered 3500rounds this stuff, meant to order AMM-2907 but messed up.I experienced several stuck cases in the chamber that were extremely hard to get out. The primers were flat and had started flowing. Cleaned the rifle till spotless and took 300rounds out and out of them I had 8 stuck cases. Cleaned again and tried to run some more thru several different ARs and all had stuck cases with rims tearing off. Works great in my Stevens 200 .223 Bolt action though.Have gone thru over 5000 of the AMM-2907 with Zero Problems Whatsoever. Not sure what the differences are though, This and AMM-2907 chrono the same velocities."
– John
5.0 5
"This stuff is extremely cheap and is well worth the price. I fired off 200 rounds of this stuff through my Stag model 3 lefty and had only one fail to fire. There was a dimple in the primer so I put the cartridge back in and it shot. Other than that I had no problems while shooting this ammo. The only thing that kind of bothered me was that when I opened the boxes there was like little shards of metal stuck in-between the bullet and the shell. I took me like 20 min to pick out the shards with a screwdriver from 200 rounds but was worth the work for the price. I just ordered another 200 rounds."
– LeftHandedCarbine
4.0 5
"I picked up 40 rounds of this to evaluate before diving in on a case. All 40 fired through my S&W M&P15 flawlessly. Accuracy at 25 yards from the kneeling was good. Additionally, it is cleaner than Wolf ammo. I wouldn't run this through my AR on a regular basis, but it appears to be solid, inexpensive practice ammo."
– Jon
3.0 5
"This is some pretty inaccurate stuff. I compared this to some Winchester 55grain FMJ and some Hornady 55grain V-max. Obviously it is not as good of ammo as either of those, but I didn't expect it to be that much of a difference. I have only compared them at 50 yards and the Winchester ammo I can fit a 3 round group in a quarter at 50 yds and the Hornady was so accurate I thought I had shot one round then 2 blanks because walking up on the target all I could see was one hole but then realized that was all 3 in a super tight group. This stuff was shooting over 2.5\" groups at 50 yards, so im pretty unimpressed. Other than that this is decent ammo (especially for the price). I ordered 500 rounds and have gone through exactly 340 rounds and only had one FTE. No jams or FTF's. I will definitely buy more, but only for messing around or for the Zombpacalpse!"
– CamTheMan
5.0 5
"I shot 50 rounds of this and the cheaper .223 through my BCM middy no problems, much better than paying more for 20 rounds at my local gun shop just to target practice."
– Dubvr
5.0 5
"Shot about 80 rounds so far through my S&W M&P15 with no issues whatsoever. Feeds well via GI & PMAGs in my M&P15. Very affordable ammo for practice, so I ordered 1000 additional rounds."
– EslashM
4.0 5
"Great plinker rounds. They're not the most accurate, but capable of 1\" groups at 100 yds. I had one FTF out of the first 300 I bought due to a primer being set so deep that the firing pin couldn't reach it."
– Shane W
4.0 5
"A lot of times this stuff is cheaper including shipping than it is to buy the cheapest stuff locally.. I ordered 200rds and had one failure to fire.. I struck the primer on that one round 3x before it finally went off. The other 199rds had no problems... I just got a Olympic Arms K16 and put a 4-16x40 scope and bipod on it, None of my 100yd groups were more than 1.5\" and I had a couple groups where all the shots overlapped.. (less than .5\") I love this new gun and cheap ammo doesn't make for unreliable operation and bad accuracy."
– landon
4.0 5
"Shipping was fast....only three days from order to delivery. I took 200 rounds with me to the range today and had zero problems with it through both PMAGS and USGI magazines in my M&P15. accuracy at 25, 50, and 100 yards was very good. The ammo is not as dirty as I expected it to be. Overall, great range ammo. Now I need to order more....."
– Brandon
2.0 5
"This is the dirtiest ammo I have ever seen. Casings are rough and dirty, so dirty I wiped down every single round and you should see the freakin trash that came off of em! Inconsistent seating of rounds, jackets flake off and trash your barrel, just plain junk. This stuff will wear your rifle out. Spend a few extra bucks and go w/ Brown Bear, much better, cleaner, accurate and consistent than this second-rate trash."
– 0331SEMPERFI
5.0 5
"Cheap and accurate!! What else could you want? Just buy it!I was unsure but I have shot 250 rounds and have had not one problem with my S&W M&P. Shooting good at 100yards. CTD is now my only supplier, two days from my order and it was right there on my porch!! Thanks guys and gals from CTD!!"
– Hot Rod Todd
4.0 5
"I've run through about 600 rds of this stuff through a bone stock M&P. Have had about 4 FTE and 1 FTF. The FTE's were all stuck spent cases. I have learned with this stuff that the steel cases are not sealed and therefore subject to rust, which a few of the cases have had. So I now clean all this ammo by tumbling and cleaning in a light lube and then wiping clean. Works wonders on this. No more FTE's. Puts a hole in the paper just as good as the high dollar stuff. Would've given it 5 stars but the having to clean before use and the fact I don't believe this stuff is \"indoor range safe\"."
– Jason Johnson
5.0 5
"I see some people here who have reviewed this ammo as being junk, the same people saying this are using this ammo in their AR-15's that are solid garbage rifles and or non mil-spec. I have a BCM 1/7 twist AR-15 and have shot thousands of rounds of this ammo without issues. If this ammo jams up your rifle you have a poorly made rifle. This ammo is 100% good stuff!"
– Matt
1.0 5
"I bought 600 rds of this crap, got a really good deal on price and shipping was fast. Not good ammo, first five rounds was fine, after that had to hand load each one in my Colt AR-15, would not feed. Thought it might be the gun since I had ran 30 rds of Wolf through it before, so swaped to my wifes new never fired DPMS AR-15, same thing. Three rounds and back to hand feed. The steel cases are rusted when I got them, after spending 4 hours hand polishing each round, and oiling them tried them again, no go just fire and feed. Go ahead and spend the .30 cent more a box on the Silver Bear or Wolf ammo, this is not worth it. However does feed fine through my Rossi single shot, lol!"
– jester2980
4.0 5
"As an update to my review below....I now have 1000+ rds of this through my M&P 15 and have yet to have a single issue. Every round goes bang! and a hole appears in the paper where I aim. Cleaning time is objective, but I can say that it takes me less time to clean this rifle as compared to my issue rifle in the Army. Once again, time to order more......"
– Brandon
4.0 5
"Shot this stuff though my mini-14 with Tapco 30 rd mags, fed perfectly and is just as accurate as other Russian made ammo."
– MB
5.0 5
"I was forced to buy this when I logged on to find that my regular Russian .223 Ulyanovsk was no longer available, and Brown Bear is hard to find nowadays...so I gave it a shot. It functioned just as good as the Remington...Federal and the last few boxes of .223 Ulyanovsk left over from my last order...no jams no ftf no fte... none of the horror stories of some of the other post..do yourself a favor and buy a few for your own experiences."
– T-Burner
1.0 5
"Bought 500 rounds, shot 200 rounds. RR carbine length gas system not powerful enough to cycle this ammo nor is a Bushmaster carbine gas system. At best you can fire off 2 rounds before you need to charge it again. Have used H1, H2, and H3 buffers to try to correct, and different springs with no luck. Buy at your own risk, have 300 rounds just sitting here that I will never use again."
– Waste of cash.
4.0 5
"Ordered 100 rnds to try out. Ordered on Thursday and got via FedEx the very next morning! In your face UPS! They are pretty light loads compared to the 5.56 of course but I shot 40 rnds with no problems and they were accurate at 100yds. These are nice for plinking around and won't break the bank. Thank you Cheaper Than Dirt!"
– Sarge
4.0 5
"To clear something up: rounds manufactured in the Tula and Ulyanovsk ammunition plants are now consolidated under the TulAmmo brand. While you can still find Wolf and Ulyanovsk-branded ammo many places...it is the same product. When someone tells you Wolf is crap and they prefer this brand or vice-versa it's not a valid statement: THEY ARE THE SAME PRODUCT. I gave this product 4/5 not because it is a great product but because it is a great value in my opinion. I have put hundreds of rounds of this ammo through my Stag Arms Model 2T and I have had fair accuracy (not great but good for the price). Out of the last 200 rounds I have had one ejection failure (extractor ripped the case rim off) but zero feed failures and zero fire failures. I would not hesitate to recommend this ammo to anyone looking to just rip off some rounds and have some fun or dial in a sight before breaking out the good stuff. Is it match grade or would I trust it for tactical missions and personal defense? No way. Is it great to have some fun with at low cost? ABSOLUTELY. Quality is not great, it's a bit dirty, it's a bit smelly, it's a bit inaccurate...but is A LOT CHEAP and a good value for what you get."
– Mike
4.0 5
"My Colt Sporter loves this ammo. I haven't had any kind of malfunction using it, BUT, my Bushmaster Carbon-15 hated this stuff...I could shoot one round then I would have to pull the charging handle and manually load another round...after about 10 times of doing that one of the rounds got jammed in the barrel and I could not get it out..I couldn't tell if the round was live or spent, so I took it to my gunsmith and he removed it for me. I have bought more of this for my Colt and will continue to shoot it unless Federal comes down to this price range, ULTIMATELY YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR!!!!"
– Josh
4.0 5
"First off this stuff was being shot from a DPMS M4 chambered for .223 and 5.56. I bought 200 rounds of it and must say it does really really well. No fails to feed, jams, or misfires. This is just quality ammo from Russia. The reason for 4 bullets is that if fed into a steel mag, the mag seems to sheer a bit of the bullet off. However, I mostly use poly mags which are fantastic with this. Will be buying as much as my bankroll allows when its back in stock!"
– rabz
5.0 5
"WOW!! That's all I am going to say. Just received 10 boxes of this to teach me to be comfortable with my DPMS AR. Went out to see what kind of results I could expect from such CHEAP ammo...came on a squirrel colony.. Was killing them from 100 yards out to 150 yards with no problem.. Great ammo to plink or shoot varmints..."
– Rodent Hunter
5.0 5
"I bought 800 rounds of this stuff and I couldn't be more pleased! I have a J&T \"Double Star\" made 7.5\" pistol upper with M4 feed ramps on a Spikes lower and it ate this ammo like it was starving! I fired 200 rounds as fast I could pull the trigger reloading with 7 20rd mags and 2 30rd mag and it said \"yummy could I have some more sir\"! I then fired 200 rounds from the bench slow and deliberate. I got 3 1/2\" groups at 75 yrd and 4\" at 100 yrds with this stuff, not bad for a 7.5\" AR Pistol. NO JAMS or problems at all. If your AR is that picky about what it eats then I would get a better AR or have yours checked!! What happens when the good stuff runs low? Your picky eating AR's will be nothing but expensive clubs!! I will be buying more of this cheap zombie killing ammo. Thanks CTD!"
– SSG Kaboom
1.0 5
"I bought 5 boxes of this junk just for plinking. Every round from several diffent mags produced ftf's. This was shot from an Armalite M15. Switched to Hornady & Remington UMC without a single problem. I will not purchase it again."
– Ar Dan
5.0 5
"This stuff is great and cheap. It's sad to see the price has gone up, but it's good stuff. I have had no problems, and I have gone through several hundred rounds. I've not had a single jam or fail to fire. Buy it."
– Berezansky
3.0 5
"Bought 200 rounds of this stuff after reading every review I could find. Noticed that most of the folks with AR's experienced issues with this stuff, but figured my Mini-14 would have no problems. Wrong! Went through 90 rounds and had to manualy cycle the bolt for every round. Didn't seem to have enough charge to cycle the bolt. I had zero issues with all other brands (fired 400 rounds or so of various ammo). My weapon was new. Might give the last 110 rounds another shot after breaking the rifle in some more. Buy at your own risk"
– E-
5.0 5
"I was wary of this Russian ammo at first, after experiencing problems with Silver Bear in Stag-15 some years ago. This time around however it proved itself an excellent choice. I think the problems some people experienced might be due to the .223 Remington chamber (tighter dimensions) as opposed to 5.56 NATO chamber. I used this ammo in a 5.56 NATO rifle with chrome-lined chamber, JP Enterprises \"enhanced\" bolt and slick \"tactical\" bolt carrier. I only had one failure to eject out of 100 rounds, and it was the last round coming out of the old GI magazine."
– Alex Rifleman
4.0 5
"I shot about 200 rounds through my mini 14 the weekend with only 1 malfunction. For less than 5 bucks a box I would buy these again."
– Gun addict
2.0 5
"I fired 200 rounds and after that, every other round jammed. It's a dirty cheap round. I wouldn't recommend the steel case."
– joe
1.0 5
"Tried because of the price. Got one round out of the mag and it wouldnt feed next round. Loaded a mag with Remmingtons fired no problem."
– Derek.C
4.0 5
"140 rounds only 1 jam not bad for the price.I plan to buy more."
– spccrd
1.0 5
"This stuff is pure junk. My RRA M4 Carbine will eat anything you feed it including Wolf Steel case. I bought this stuff thinking it would be the same. Out of 60 rounds I had 3 FTE's that actually got stuck in the barrel and had to pop the casings out with a cleaning rod. I will stick to Silver Bear for plinking/range duty from now on."
– JT
4.0 5
"I've been out shooting with this stuff a number of times with my Bushmaster. I\uFFFDve been through at least four hundred rounds, if not closer to five or six and I've never had a problem with a single round. When I chamber the first round, sometimes I have to tap the side of the rifle to get the bolt to close all the way. I don\uFFFDt know if the polymer coat makes the round a little sluggish coming out of the magazine if I don't rack it hard enough, but every time I pull the trigger the next round was always there. Great target ammo for the price!"
– mat9ew
4.0 5
"Ran 60 rounds through my armalite m15a2c with no problems. I plan to order the 500 round bulk pack and to see if it will really run 100%. Only reason for 4 bullets I only ran 60 rounds through the gun."
– it899
1.0 5
"I have a bushmaster varminter and bought this ammo just to plink. But I couldn't even do that. I was lucky to get off two rounds in a row without having a failure to fire or failure to extract. One shell got jammed and wouldn't extract so I had to manually push it out with a bore rod. Though cheap, I was expecting much better. I now throw down a couple more bucks and stick with brass."
– mike
5.0 5
"So last month I hesitantly purchased 200 rounds to see how it would shoot before picking up a good amount. I was a little nervous seeing how hit and miss this ammo is and came up with this, it seems the more money you spent on your AR15 the more problems that you have with this ammo ...... I have a Del-Ton industries AR15 and the ammo feeds, fires, and ejects perfectly. I have run 200 rounds of the Remington UMC 55 grain FMJ and 200 rounds of the American Eagle 55 grain FMJ and now the 200 of the Tul Ammo all 600 rounds with no issues and thats using 2 pre-ban 30 round clips and the 10 round P-mag that came with the gun. I will be buying more of this ammo."
– Jimmy K.
4.0 5
"All three of my .223 rifles perform well with this ammo - AR-15, Siaga, and Mini 14. I'm buying in bulk this week. We all clean our guns after a day at the range, or at least we should, so dirt is irrelevant."
– T BURNER
5.0 5
"five stars for the price. I wouldn't use this ammo for anything beside plinking or zombies. But I've shot over 500 rounds of this ammo through my Rock River with only one FTE. I think the case was dented, but I can't remember. This ammo shoots as accurately as my Aimpoint Comp M2 will allow (4 MOA dot)."
– broseph stalin
2.0 5
"The first box I bought, I had no issues with the ammo in my Mini 14, so I purchased more. The second lot was not as successful. I had four misfires out of 120 rounds; one being an audible pop. Switched to Bear ammo and had no problems going through 210 rounds. I also found Bear to have tighter groupings. I believe there is nothing wrong with my firearm. If you\uFFFDre just plinking at the range and don\uFFFDt care about accuracy, then it\uFFFDs fine, but don\uFFFDt trust your life with it."
– Nikita
1.0 5
"This crap will not cycle my ArmaLite M15. After several attempts of firing one round, dropping the mag, and clearing the mag, I figured I would clean and oil the BCG. Tried a couple more rounds and the last straw was a stuck case. I finally set it aside and fired several boxes of Remington UMC, Federal XM193, and some reloads with no issues. I gave the last three boxes to another guy at the range as I packed my gear up to leave."
– Bigdan
4.0 5
"Ran about 400 rounds through an AC556. Functioned well on single shot, 3 round burst, and full auto. Only 2 misfeeds in 400 rounds."
– Ryan
1.0 5
"I was looking for some cheap ammo for my AR's to shoot downrange and decided to buy the steel cased TulAmmo.Wow, what a mistake, not only did the round casings expand so much that I needed to use a cleaning rod to knock the expelled casings out of my barrel but I also had about one misfire for every twenty rounds. This ammo is of very poor quality and I would not recommend it."
– War Pig
4.0 5
"Was back and forth on whether or not I wanted to give this a try in my gun. After checking through the reviews here and on various other sites I figured 'why not'. Glad I did! Not one issue firing this in my M&P15 OR. I'll definitely get more to save on target shooting."
– zzyzx
5.0 5
"i have a dpms 556 mini sass and had no problems with this ammo shot 500 rds and it grouped great at 200 yrds with no jams or miss fire just remember every gun is is different when it comes to ammo"
– christogill
5.0 5
"I bought a couple boxes to test to see if my AR would run it. I guess mines one that will...(DPMS, its the M4 flat top model, can't remember the DMPS name...). I dunno why some have soo much trouble and others like me do not. I did a couple mag dumps , no prob. Did some range style shooting, pop, wait, wait, pop...=). Also heard some say its dirty, while it wasn't XM193 clean I didn't find it horrid to clean up. Course I keep my BCG and bolt well coated with Froglube, that stuff really helps keep carbon from sticking!!! Anywho will prolly buy again less 193 and such return to PreCraze pricing..."
– R. Shields K.C., KS
5.0 5
"I recently shot about three hundred rounds of this TulAmmo and had zero failures.The ammo functioned properly in both of my Colt M-4's; one an LE6920 and the other an LE6940."
– Big Grant in Big D
5.0 5
"Good cheap ammo but results may vary depending on the rifle as the cases are coated in a lacquer which can cause extra gunk to collect in the chamber and maybe the extractor if a lot of rounds are fired non stop. But well worth the try!"
– HappyShootist
4.0 5
"Shot about 200 rounds of this ammo. Worked well in my AR (Rock River Arms upper) No misfires or bad feeds. Grouped well. Only complaint is the ammo was very dirty. Can't beat the price though."
– TL13
5.0 5
"I bought these to be bunker rounds. I wanted to try to run them through my Palmetto State Armory carbine and they functioned perfectly. I have even discovered that some people are reloading these one time and getting good results. I may have to give this a try. My brother-in-law even bought a magnetic range sweeper to collect it off the ground easier."
– Auburn Tiger
5.0 5
"Great price, No FTF FTE or any problems I have ran around 1200 rounds through a whindham upper with a spike tac lower and have not had one problem with this ammo. Two inch groups out to 300 yards."
– Eric
4.0 5
"I bought this ammo in bulk per box as a cheap resort to ordering 500 rounds, I've put half of that through my bushmaster m4 with no jams or misfires. It's a cheap reliable ammunition in my opinion, it is however a little dirty but it makes a good habit former by ensuring you clean your rifle."
– J.Hartwell
5.0 5
"Ordered on Tuesday and delivered on Thursday. Now that's service! Tracking of order was dead on and delivery was as advertised. Heard all the horror stories about Tula-Ammo but have yet to experience and malfunctions. Yes rifle a little dirtier than some ammo but not enough to cause any problems. Very accurate at 100 yards, within \uFFFD MOA, using 20\uFFFD 1 in 9 twist custom build AR15."
– Mike
4.0 5
"Fired 100 rounds through my Smith M&P sport with zero problems. A bit on the dirty side but nothing that I'm willing to spend more per round to avoid. I just ordered another 500 rounds."
– Tracy
4.0 5
"I purchased 5 boxes of this ammo and so far it has functioned without flaw. Like others have stated it is somewhat dirty but its cheap and fun and in my book thats says it all."
– Mark
5.0 5
"Feeds great on my Core15 ar. Over 2000 rounds without a single miss feed or miss fire. Kills paper at a reasonable price."
– Chefcg1
5.0 5
"Best cheap ammo, kind of dirty but great for plinking, my kel-tec fires it flawlessly."
– shooter123456
4.0 5
"I've fired several hundred rounds of this and find it to be reliable even if a little dirty. I've had no issues with it."
– Rusty
5.0 5
"great ammo for the price. works great in my rifle"
– steve
4.0 5
"I've shot Tulammo through almost all my handguns and AR15s and have had maybe 2-3 FTE's out of roughly 2500 rds. I don't blame the ammo I blame myself for not cleaning and lubing like I should have. With enough lube your weapons will shoot anything. Yes this ammo is a bit dirty but it also puts you in a good habit of cleaning your guns thoroughly. Perfect plinking ammo that won't make you go bankrupt."
– Lee
5.0 5
"400 rounds in one session. No problems, no FT feed, fire, or eject. May be considered dirty but who cares if you maintain your weapon. Fired in Bushmaster Patrolman. I found it to be very accurate also. Only shot at 50-100 yards. 3 round Groups were tight, Between 1\" and 1.5\". I have seen a lot of research on steel case ammo and the savings vs brass allow you to save enough to replace your extractor if you have to."
– Chris
5.0 5
"This is great ammo for the price. I've read a lot about it being really dirty and doesn't cycle. That's bologna. As long as your gun is clean and lubed it shoots flawlessly. No complaints here. And for the price it cannot be beat. Shot about 500 rounds with no ftf, ftc, or fte."
– dan g
1.0 5
"I was really excited to try this ammunition because the price is amazing. However, I ran into two issues. First, some shooting ranges don't have the brightest rangers and use a magnet to check for steel bullets. Even though the bullets are copper coated lead, the casing is steel and they won't allow its use. Secondly, I tried it in my Remington 788 bolt action. Fired fine, but i couldn't extract the casing without pounding on the bolt. I'm glad i only bought 40 rounds to test the out first. Really bummed they didn't work for me."
– hjedwards
5.0 5
"Works just like it should, no issues"
– Glenn
5.0 5
"I see no reason to pay more. This stuff has never caused a stoppage with my PSA 1/8 middy in .223 Wylde and tags man-sized targets at 300 yards readily enough. Why pay more for range shells...?"
– Tortuga1990
5.0 5
"Fast shipping, quality looks good, and I should have got more cause now there out of it.. Cant wait to go pop some rounds."
– Chappy
5.0 5
"Not a bad plinking ammo. Sure it is dirty and not as accurate as some other ammo, but it is cheap, and those negatives are no surprise going in. I will usually throw a box or two of this in when shooting better ammo, so there isn't a lot of excess clean-up and it extends my fun at the range for a fairly cheap price."
– Ryan
5.0 5
"After finishing my 1st AR I was looking to put some ammo in the safe for plinking after I break the gun in with better ammo, and this fits the bill. On time and cheap. You can't go wrong."
– Fireguy3592000
4.0 5
"I have heard people complain about this ammo. I have been shooting this ammo and wolf along with 7 or 8 different brands , other then being dirty I have not had one problem with any of it. I shoot it in a double star ar-15 and a ruger bolt action, also a contender 14 inch barrel."
– Ray
5.0 5
"use a lot of this ammo for my AR's for plinking at the 100yrd range have no problems with them especially when they are affordable and the price is right."
– art
3.0 5
"This ammo is good if you don't expect much. Every single round fired and cycled perfectly. But getting a consistent grouping is next to impossible. Great for plinking, get some good stuff for when it counts"
– Nadjartodd
5.0 5
"I am not nuts about using steel ammo in my AR, but this stuff has run flawlessly. I don't find it any more dirty than other cheap brass ammo. Accuracy is on par with xm193."
– Adam
4.0 5
"Fired several boxes thru my mini 14. Had a couple of failure to fire out of one box, but otherwise was fine. It is a little dirty, but no more so than any other inexpensive ammo."
– Mark
5.0 5
"good cheap what else do you want I shot 80 out of 500 and had no problems.."
– frogman
5.0 5
"Reliable cheap ammo. I have not had any issues with it in all my guns."
– Swamprat69
5.0 5
"Good cheap surplus ammo! No issues what so ever, even during rapid fire."
– CWells
3.0 5
"Not bad ammo, great for the price. It is dirty, but nothing a good cleaning can't fix. It works fine in my AR 15, but my Tavor wouldn't cycle this at all. I think the steel case has just enough friction not to feed properly."
– JL
3.0 5
"This is decent, inexpensive ammo. Shoots just fine for the price. Yes, it's a bit dirty, but you can always shoot this for practice and then save for match grade for testing your gun's capabilities. A side note, wondering if all the comments about fast delivery are from the southwest. I live in Virginia and it takes a week. Not exactly fast."
– Shooter
4.0 5
"I haven't had time to take the ammo to the range yet but I can tell you that CTD's reputation for speed and quality are well deserved. I thought I would receive the ammunition on Monday but it showed up on Friday and was excellently packaged so the rounds didn't move. I have used TULA before in pistols with various results ranging from a jammed casing in a cylinder to a smooth operating round. I don't know exactly what to expect from these rounds yet but the price will probably be par for any issues I experience"
– Cesposito
4.0 5
"I was searching for a good deal on ammo for my Bushmaster Carbon-15. This TulAmmo was $.28/round delivered to my door. That is far cheaper than I have seen in nearly two years. I have had good luck with this ammunition in my gun, although I do not do any \"tactical training\" or anything like that. I live in the mountains so I shoot about 100-200 rounds at a time, every couple of weeks. I keep my firearm clean but not spick and span. I've heard of these rounds locking in the chamber on a really hot gun but this has never happened to me.Great deal and they were on my doorstep in 5 days."
– Husky288
5.0 5
"We've shot about 500 rounds of this thru a DPMS Panther Lite. No jams. About as clean as any other ammo. Tight groups on target at 25 yards. Have not shot farther than that. Will buy more."
– KS target
4.0 5
"300 rounds purchased and 120 shot. No failures to feed or fire. One failure to extract, the last round I fired. Very very dirty compared to CBC and surprisingly far dirtier than the Wolf I previously fired (150 rounds). I had to beat the last round out of the chamber because of powder residue and the casing not shrinking fast enough due to my rapid firing. I will purchase again but I know that I need to clean and lube after 100 rounds of continuous firing."
– simi06
3.0 5
"Decent ammo for an AR. I shoot colt uppers and it fed well, but with this ammo you have to be persistent with cleaning. Even after just a 50 round day.. The barrel stays clean for the most part, it just isn't a good feeder ammo with a dirty upper. Over all a decent product if you keep up"
– Tyler
4.0 5
"For the price its the best ammo there is for your AR. Shipped to my home two days ahead of schedule. I don't have the money to buy brass cased ammo in bulk, yet. So having this much steel case makes going out shooting a more frequent venture."
– NW Joe
5.0 5
"I bought a couple hundred and they all worked perfectly for my HK. Great price for some 223, even if it is made in Russia."
– Jace Lee
5.0 5
"I've ordered 440 rounds of this ammo for my AR15. It's an Armalite M15A4 flat top. 1/9 twist chrome lined barrel, with a chrome lined chamber. My rifle eats it just fine. Decent groups. It's not match grade ammo, and is a little more dirty than your standard brass case ammo. But for the money you save you can shoot more for less.Keep the looters at bay with Tula!"
– Adam
5.0 5
"Just bout a little over 700, arrived a day earlier than predicted. Good buy, over packaged. So safe to get wet and dropped. At 22 cents a round very happy."
– lordtwattswatter
4.0 5
"Great for Plinking and playing, but you better clean your weapon afterwards."
– Postdude20
3.0 5
"Fired 200 rounds through my AR-15 with no problems and seems to be fairly accurate. Only problem is CTD advertised this as \"boxer primed\" and it is not. It is Berdan primed. Reason for the 3-bullets is because of the advertising"
– genswm
5.0 5
"Have shot 100's of rounds of this ammo through my Rock River and Colt AR's without ever having a problem. Never a FTF. Never a FTE. Accuracy is good at 100 yds which for most of us is good enough. I am getting 2MOA at 100 yds which is great for Russian ammo."
– BravoTango
5.0 5
"Fired over 500 rounds through various magazines. I have a Bushmaster Patrolman and have had zero problems with this ammo. Thermamold magazines worked, MagPul and the original ones that came with the rifle. I don't just whether it is dirtier than other ammo since I have to clean it either way. Have fired as much as 300 rounds before cleaning and had no issues."
– Chris