http://www.thehighroad.org/showthread.php?t=648706 "Today, after shooting many of my rifles at the local gravel pit range, I decided to pull out my Ishapore 2A1 .308 (ya, 7.62, I know and this is not the place to debate this). I have nearly 1,000 rounds through this rifle, brass case surplus, commercial ammo, Brown Bear steel case, etc. Today, I decided to try Tula... Never again. On the 7th round, the report was much louder, the recoil much heavier and I had a pain in my arm and my cheek and my hat went flying. I opened the bolt (no resistance) to find a complete case head separation. Thank god the Enfield has good gas flow. My left wrist is now burnt and I have many tiny pieces of metal/residue stuck under the skin. I treated it immediately with my first aid kit (yes, I always have one). My rifle blew the magazine out of the bottom, damaged the ejector and the ejector cut in the barrel. I have already sent Tula a message detailing the unpleasant experience. I have not yet decided to go to the hospital or not yet, to get the debris removed (cant really afford it). I am awaiting their response. I have pictures and an eye witness. I am not a happy camper. Do not use this ammunition, I noticed it has a surprisingly high risk of failure after looking around online at various other over charged rounds of the same type. This thread is useless without pictures, so here they are, of the rifle and my arm. www.photobucket.com/kabooom They are not "supposedly" paying the "damages" , they ARE paying the bills. And yes, they did accept all the blame. I dropped off the rifle today at the gunsmith (he says the bolt is in fact quite set back now and that the round in question did not blow where it would have if headspace or chamber issues would have caused it) and Tula is sending me a prepaid UPS label for the remainder of my ammo. It simply is a faulty round. Not too rare and not unheard of but still scary. "