TulAmmo Centerfire Rifle Ammo

   

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7.62mm x 39mm

124 Grain

Velocity (fps):
2330

Bullet Type:
FMJ

Quantity:
20 rounds
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  • SKU: 2047973

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7.62mm x 39mm

122 Grain

Velocity (fps):
2390

Bullet Type:
FMJ

Quantity:
20 rounds
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  • SKU: 2048486

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7.62mm x 39mm

122 Grain

Velocity (fps):
2390

Bullet Type:
Hollow Point

Quantity:
20 rounds
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.30 Carbine

110 Grain

Velocity (fps):
1990

Bullet Type:
FMJ

Quantity:
50 rounds
  • $17.99

  • SKU: 2102761

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Made to deliver consistent performance through a wide range of conditions, TulAmmo® Rifle Ammo delivers quality results for sporting and hunting rifles. Made to comply with CIP requirements, these cartridges combine phosphate polymer-coated steel cases with lead core bullets fully jacketed with  copper or bimetal. Non-corrosive primers and spheroid powders deliver consistent propulsion and bullet velocities you can count on every shot.

  • Quality cartridges for sporting and hunting rifles
  • Made to perform consistently through various climatic and weather conditions
  • Complies with CIP requirements
  • Steel casing with phosphate polymer coating
  • Lead core bullets with copper or bimetal jacket
TulAmmo Centerfire Rifle Ammo 3.8 5 9 9
What do people expect? I read several negative reviews about Tula ammo and feel that there needs to be some further explanation. Several people have have written that they experienced jamming when putting Tula through their .223. So I ask, why are you shooting Tula out of your thousand dollar plus M4s? This is a dirty, steel-cased target load. If you spent over a grand on a firearm, you dont cheap out by putting steel-cased ammo through the barrel. Thats common sense. Tula is great for the AK shooter. Wasrs, Yugos, Maadis, Tabuks, etc will eat this stuff for lunch. I've shot well over 1,000 rounds of Tula through my Yugo and have not had a single jam. Yes, Tula is definitely dirtier then many other manufacturers on the market but at around .21 cents a round, who can complain? You're buying a Russian made round so do what makes sense and buy the 7.62x39, not the .223 like a cheapo. November 5, 2014
TulAmmo JUNK I went shooting with my son we both have AR15s but different makes I was shooting Remington 223 the rolled into the TulAmmo the first shot of this Russian junk stuck solid into the barrel a moment later the same thing happened to my sons AR15. Mine was a Stag his was a Colt.... We had to go home and knock the cartage out with a rod and hammer.... August 4, 2014
its gooood! this ammo has never had an issue. fires every time and hits what i'm aiming at. great price too. May 6, 2014
Good shooting, never a problem This is good ammo, I've never had a problem, even after 100's of rounds, this stuff shoots everytime March 31, 2014
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in general is 7.62x39 good enough to hunt deer with maybe not tula ammo.
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Yes, If you search the net for Tula ammo SKS or AK-47 deer hunting you will find many such deer hunts with, wait for it, Harvested DEER!

It is not your traditional American deer round, but in other countries, this is what they have for everything, and, it puts meat on the table.

Is Tula ammo my first choice for a deer spankin' cartridge? Nope! but it will kill a deer, and there isn't different degrees of dead.
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For smaller deer it shouldn't be an issue. It is a round comparable in size to a 30-30 but not quite as good for hunting in general. I would not recommend hunting with Tula. If you're going to use a 7.62x39 for hunting, go with an American made round that has proven consistency and ballistics (I.e Federal 123gr Hi-Shok).
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I wouldn't consider any FMJ ammunition right for deer hunting. It will pass through with no expansion and depending on where you hit the animal will do minimal damage resulting in a deer that you might not be able to track and ultimately will loose.
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The 7.62 x 39 caliber is a good short range round for hunting deer. May be good to 200 yards.
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