Candy is not good for you. I know, news flash, right. But remember when your parents went on and on about how bad it is to eat chocolate? Instead of giving you a few pieces of chocolate to snack on, they were always quick to offer baby carrots or something equally bland. Well it turns out dark chocolate offers quite a few health benefits – take that Mom and Dad. Dark chocolate contains a wealth of antioxidants that have been shown to reduce the chance of strokes, prevent blood clots, reduce the risk of diabetes, improve blood flow and much more.
It is sort of like all those people that insist that steel-cased ammunition presents a hazard to firearms. The steel used in the cases of steel-cased ammunition is not hardened and is much softer than the materials used to manufacture the receiver. There is also little to no evidence to support the claim that it can damage the extractor, which is cheap enough to replace even if there was. What is that you say? Is must be bad because your range prohibits it? Well, is probably has something to do with the fact that they can make more money reloading and selling you brass-cased ammunition. As it turns out, steel-cased ammunition is okay. If your firearm refuses to shoot it, there is probably a problem with your firearm. So buy up.
Start your stockpile with Tula .223 Remington full metal jacket ammunition. Designed to function in the most adverse conditions, each box of Tula .223 Remington FMJ contains 20 rounds of 55gr steel-cased ammunition. These non-corrosive, Boxer-primed cartridges are perfect for the AR-15 platform.
Tula .223 Remington FMJ ammunition is a new product from the TULAMMO line of ammunition. Many suppliers of low-priced ammunition often use corrosive primers to bring down their manufacturing costs. Tula .223 Remington FMJ ammunition utilizes only non-corrosive Boxer primers. Manufactured in Tula, Russia at OJSC The Tula Cartridge Works, each box of Tula .223 Remington FMJ ammunition contains 20 rounds of non-corrosive, steel-cased cartridges. Each cartridge contains a 55gr, full metal jacket bullet, which provides for increased muzzle velocities. These cartridges have been observed to travel at speeds in excess of 3,200 fps. Additionally, each cartridge features a phosphate polymer coating in an effort to not only provide enhanced protection against rust and corrosion, but to ensure smooth feeding and extraction as well.
The bottom line is that all Tula .223 ammunition is economically priced with customers in mind. If you are a high-volume shooter, consider Tula .223 ammunition for all of your needs. This ammunition is perfect for:
- Target shooting
- Sport shooting
- Law enforcement
- Small-game hunting
- Much more…
Contrary to popular belief, TULAMMO brand ammunition and Wolf Performance Ammunition are not one in the same. Though Wolf has imported ammunition from OJSC The Tula Cartridge Works in the past, neither OJSC The Tula Cartridge Works nor Ulyanovsk Cartridge Works produces ammunition for products in the Wolf Performance Ammunition line at this time.
OJSC The Tula Cartridge Works
OJSC The Tula Cartridge Works is a munitions manufacturer based in Tula, Russia. The company was founded in 1880 and today produces cartridges for armed forces, law enforcement agencies and civilians all over the world. Its products are exported to North America, South America, Central America, Europe and the Middle East.
|Caliber||.223 / 5.56|
|Projectile Type||Full Metal Jacket|
|Year of Manufacture||No|
|Headstamp||Tulammo 223 Rem|
|Restrictions||Age - 18+|
|Rounds Per Box||20|
|Returns Accepted||Yes - Must Not Be Modified Or Visibly Used|