TulAmmo ammunition at Omaha Outdoors is intended to come in at one of the lowest price points on the market, allowing shooters to buy bulk ammo for less money than it would cost to buy just a few boxes of more expensive ammunition. The TulAmmo online catalog includes popular pistol and rifle calibers, with one of the most popular products being TulAmmo 223 for sale.
Steel cased ammunition often gets a bad rap. While it is true that most firearms are designed for use with brass ammunition, which expands and contracts in the chamber to a greater degree than steel cased ammunition does, most modern firearms can handle steel cased ammunition without issue. Generally speaking, if you have a reliable AR 15 with brass ammo, it will function with steel cased ammo. You will encounter malfunctions at a higher rate with steel cased ammo than with brass, but as TulAmmo is intended for practice, occasionally encountering a malfunction could be seen as a good thing. Having a cleaning rod on hand for a stuck case every thousand rounds is not a bad idea.
Because Omaha Outdoors is a TulAmmo dealer, you might think we would gloss over a discussion of how bimetal jacketed ammunition affects the rifle bore. Nope! A bimetal jacket is a fancy way of saying steel with a little bit of copper on top. Bimetal bullets will absolutely cause accelerated barrel wear in comparison with copper jacketed bullets, and the difference is not insignificant, with some barrels perhaps seeing their expected life span cut in half. However, since Tul Ammo is so affordable in comparison with premium brass cased ammunition, you can shoot it at high volumes, buy a replacement barrel for your rifle after several thousand rounds or more, buy even more ammo, and still have saved money compared to the cost of brass ammunition without a barrel replacement. In pistols, which deal with lower velocities and barrel wear, the cost savings are potentially even more significant.