This weekend I attended an excellent combat Rifle course at MaxVelocity Tactical in the hills of West Virginia (detailed review coming up soon).
In the course of this weekend, I fired 500 rds of TulAmmo and 60 rds of brass cased thru my LWRC M6A2
To make matter more interesting prior to this weekend I had fired 500 rds of quality ammo w/o cleaning the rifle.
Then I fired 500rds of TulAmmo on the weekend and also my last rounds fired on the weekend were 2 magazines of brass cased.
The Tulammo function flawlessly, had not a single stoppage of any kind despite these 2 factors:
- The gun wasn't clean to begin with
- I fired more brass cased ammo <after> ,my steel cased , which is said to be the worst way to do it (since the TulAmmo and other russian steel cased are very dirty ammo the chamber is now too tight for brass according to some..)
- Still no extraction problems!!!
This brings to a total of 3, the AR's I owned and fired hundred of round with TulAmmo and had no problems at al,l not even a single one:
LWRC M6A2, Delton 416, LMT MRP CQB .
Over the weekend I observed another individual using exclusively steel case ammo (again Tula , which is reputed to be "the worst" of the steel case) on his Delton 316 and he also experienced no stoppagse the entire weekend that I am aware of.
Also firing approx 500 rds
Just thought I'd share