Steel Damage Ammo Test: 5.56 TulAmmo vs M193

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4y Jan 27, 2017

Fairly recently TulAmmo switched from copper washed to zinc washed bi-metal projectiles.

While many ranges and matches prohibit any bullets that draw a magnet, ranges that previously allowed copper washed post-ComBloc manufacture ammunition are now specifically prohibiting the use of these zinc washed bullets due to concerns about steel target damage and "splashback".

Let's test TulAmmo zinc washed bullets against legitimate M193 at 20 yards and see if we can figure this out.

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