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Below is our selection of Tulammo 223 for sale. To see our entire selection of 223 Remington ammunition, check out our 223 Rem ammo page. As one of Russia’s oldest ammo companies, Tula 223 is well known for its low price point and is great for plinking and target shooting. Learn More

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History of TulAmmo 223 Ammo

Why Buy Tulammo 223?

Established in 1880 by Tsar Alexander II, Tula Ammunition (or Tulammo) is one of Russia’s oldest ammo plants still making ammunition today. Tula produced ammunition for the Russian army through both world wars and now provides low-cost ammo to North America and most of Europe.

Without question, the 223 Remington is one of the most popular centerfire cartridges in North America. Developed in 1962 for the US military, the 223 Remington has become one of the most popular centerfire rifle cartridges in the world thanks to the wide-spread success of the AR-15 rifle. As 223 Rem is safe to fire in a 5.56 chamber, this gives AR-15 shooters the ability to shoot incredibly accurate and cost-effective ammo from their beloved rifles.

The most important thing to remember about Tulammo 223 is that it is cheap. This means that it’s great when you want to buy bulk 223 ammo as the price is easier to swallow. The more you get to the range and shoot, the more honed your marksmanship skills will be and Tula 223 ammo allows you to get to the range more often.

Often the savings on 223 Tulammo 1000 rounds will be around 20% or more compared to brass-cased ammo. This makes a big difference if you are going to a training class or love to go shooting every weekend.  

However, the biggest downside to Tula 223 is that it is steel cased and Berdan primed. This means the Tulammo .223 cases are not reloadable. Also, the steel cases can be hard on AR-15 extractors, meaning they will need to be replaced more frequently. Another issue is the bimetal jacket on Tulammo 223 bullets being harder on barrels.

However, the cost-savings you incur on your wallet when you buy Tula 223 will often more than pay for these maintenance costs. This means that shooting Tulammo 223 is not only good for increasing your marksmanship skills, but it’s also financially responsible!

How Can You Save Money Buying Tulammo 223 Ammo?

Here at Ammo.com we do everything we can to ensure that your cost per round is as low as possible to keep your favorite AR-15 mags full of Tulammo 223. With ammo shortages looming on the horizon, the best thing you can do is make sure you load up on all the best Tula 223 ammo you can get your hands on. And we can help you with that!

The best way to save money when you’re stocking up for your favorite 223 Rem firearms is by purchasing 223 Tulammo 1000 rounds at a time. Although the upfront costs are higher, the cost per round is lower. This way, you’re actually saving money every time you hit the range.

We’ve got tons of Tulammo 223 for sale at the lowest prices on the web. And our massive supply of 223 Rem is ready to ship discreetly to your door at the click of a mouse. Get your ammo stockpiles stacked to the rafters for target practice, plinking, varmint hunting, or any SHTF situation so that your favorite AR-15 rifle or pistol never runs dry of Tulammmo 223 when you need them the most.

Customer Reviews

  • Paul T. said:

    Great ordering process and phone check for delivery, ammunition worked well. I had no jams or mis-feeds during range Clean shots on target at 100 yards with my AR. Cleaning was easy with minimum carbon buildup.

  • Willy said:

    As long as you keep your gun clean, this ammo is the best as far as value goes. Hit targets with no issue at 300 yds out of my AR. Will definitely order again!

  • Jay said:

    Great ammo! No issues CANT GO WRONG WITH THIS AMMO! I worn you to clean your rifle ever two or three hundred round. Other than that it is great!!!

  • Dee said:

    This Ammo is great for the way I use it..I shot mostly on the range to 100yd. It shots clean and I never had a misfire and I used many 1000s of rounds using this Ammo. Also the price is very affordable if you shot a lot like I do. Happy shooting hope for BULLSEYE. Dee

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  • William said:

    I bought 1k rounds of steel cased .223 and it arrived in less than 48 hours. I know you aren’t “supposed” to shoot steel cased out of an ar15, but after about 500 rounds I’ve experienced zero problems. It’s hard to beat 35 cents per round.

  • WOLFMAN JACK said:

    Nothing wrong with this ammo, shots straight, and on target. !!!!!!

  • Marvelous said:

    Next time I buy ammo I will return!

  • mclovin said:

    Cycled well thru ar

  • petarro said:

    I'm new to this, I bought this Russian ammo and Winchester $$ ammo. The accuracy in the same grain was exactly the same. This one is brass so you can use the range and explodes almost as safe as all brass but it's at least safer than all steel. Price is great, boxes and ammo and quality is great too. Not sure what dirtier means but after dozens of each, the gun was in the same need to get cleaned.

  • Wolvian said:

    Shoots fine but is a little dirty to shoot

  • Jay said:

    I have an AR-15 and this ammo cycled right thru the action with no issues what so ever. It is true that the powder in the tuluammo burns a little more dirty but I can cycle hundreds of rounds through the gun and have no issues the just clean the rifle. For the price you cant beat this ammo.

  • Silverain1 said:

    Excellent ammo at a tremendous price. I will continue to buy it and buy it here!

  • Stinky said:

    Shoots well. No problems.

  • Macdaddy203 said:

    Very good ammo for the price. Haven't had one misfire in the 300 rounds I've shot so far. Thanks Ammo.com

  • David said:

    I ordered this ammo on a Monday and it was at my door on Friday! Considering that it had to be shipped four states away that is FAST shipping. I also like the fact that Ammo.com donates a portion of every sale to pro gun institutions. This is now my number one "go to" source for ammo.

  • Bedwetter said:

    Love this ammo have bought this 2x and have no problem with it In an AR 15 loads good no misfires or FFEX FFFR FFLD cleans up well and have no problem with it

  • JayG said:

    I've been using Tula in my XDM .45 for plinking and have had no issues so I thought I'd give these a try, but the Tula .223 Rem 55gr malfunctions VERY often in my modern sporting rifle. Every 2-4 rounds caused a failure to eject/cycle, or double feed. I've had NO issues with brass in the same rifle. Not worth the pennies saved, I won't be buying Tula .223 again or even finishing the rounds I bought.