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357 Mag - 158 gr FMJ - Tula - 50 Rounds

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98 Cheap 357 Mag Ammo For Sale - 158 gr FMJ Tula Ammunition In Stock - 50 Rounds are in stock

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Quick Overview

Quantity - 50 rounds per box
Manufacturer - Tula
Bullets - 158 grain full-metal jacket (FMJ)
Casings - Boxer-primed steel case
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This newly manufactured 357 Mag ammunition is great for target practice, range training, or plinking. It is both economical and reliable and is produced by one of the most established ammunition plants in the world.

Tula ammunition derives its name from its birthplace, the Tula Cartridge Works in Tula, Russia.

The Tula Cartridge Works was founded in 1880 and is currently one of the largest ammunition manufacturing plants in the world. The Tula name has gained a following worldwide for its rugged, reliable, and economical product. This cartridge complies with CIP requirements and the casing features a polymer-coated steel casing with a non-corrosive Boxer Primer. The projectile features a bimetal jacket (contains steel and copper) and a lead core resulting in excellent ballistics characteristics.

Additional Information

Manufacturer Tula Cartridge Works
Condition New
Bullet Weight 158 Grain
Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
Use Type Range Training
Ammo Casing Brass
Quantity 50
Ammo Caliber .357 Magnum
Manufacturer SKU TA357158
Primer Type Boxer
Muzzle Velocity (fps) 1280
UPC Barcode 814950011555


Charles Glover ( Tue, 07 Aug 2012 20:49:11 +0000 ) : Same experience as inthestreet, casings stuck in each chamber requiring an unreasonable amount of effort to extract. No thanks!
John Heller ( Fri, 06 Dec 2013 01:29:13 +0000 ) : be great ..if they we're in stock
Heidi Gunner ( Sat, 07 Dec 2013 17:33:31 +0000 ) : Sorry John, we're working to get more!
John Heller ( Sun, 08 Dec 2013 22:43:02 +0000 ) : YOUR ALWAYD OUT OF STOCK
Vincent Mcelroy ( Sat, 13 Jun 2015 22:08:26 +0000 ) : Does anyone know if these are re loadable.
Heidi Gunner ( Wed, 17 Jun 2015 02:09:10 +0000 ) : Unfortunately Vincent, while they are loaded with a boxer primer, the steel cases are not reloadable.
Vincent Mcelroy ( Fri, 19 Jun 2015 13:36:30 +0000 ) : Heidi Gunner Thanks!
Joshua M Smith ( Thu, 25 Jun 2015 20:18:47 +0000 ) : Wrong. They are technically reloadable, but only a couple of times maybe because the steel cases will tear quicker than brass. You are also more prone to errors in ejecting if reloaded to much but you CAN reload them (its also harder on the dies). I reload Tula .223's, 40s, and .45ACPs. Dont see why these are any different.
Heidi Gunner ( Fri, 26 Jun 2015 14:42:26 +0000 ) : Joshua M Smith It is not recommended by the manufacturer, nor safe to reload steel cases as they do not have the same elasticity that brass does in regards to firing and reforming. While it is possible, they are not designed to be reloaded.
Robert Cognus ( Tue, 28 Jul 2015 07:31:13 +0000 ) : Bad ammo. Avoid. The steel casings tend to crack rather than expand like brass, and will eventually jam your cylinder from ejecting. You'll have to punch it out. This could be bad for the weapon and bad for you if you're using this ammo in a pinch.
Heidi Gunner ( Tue, 28 Jul 2015 15:04:06 +0000 ) : Hello Robert, If you are using shells that are cracking, that would most certainly fall under the description of a defective round. The steel used in the cases is annealed to the point where it is almost as soft on the Rockwell hardness scale as brass. The ammunition is made of quality components to very stringent specifications. If you have issues with any of this ammunition, please let our customer service team know!
Robert Cognus ( Tue, 28 Jul 2015 19:14:26 +0000 ) : Heidi Gunner One of the rounds cracked in my cylinder. I had to hammer it out with a punch. I've used steel tula in my 45acp and have seen cracked shells on the ground. I figured it was a normal thing with these.
David Robinette ( Mon, 17 Aug 2015 16:01:54 +0000 ) : "POLYMER COATING" Please know what that means!. This is a Laquer or plastic coating used by the "Warsaw Pact" ammunition factories to enable very long term storage for their ammo. If you have an "Eastern Block" weapon, AK/SKS etc., this does not matter as the chamber tolerances are made to be "generous". read sloppy. The problem comes in when the casing is allowed to cool in the chamber/cylinder. The coating melts when the round is fired, then if it is allowed to cool, as in a revolver, it gets stuck. In an automatic, this is not a problem unless you stop before the mag is empty. While there maybe instances of cracked/split cases, the melted plactic coating on the casings makes better sense to me. Not meant to be gospel, just my opinion.
Heidi Gunner ( Tue, 18 Aug 2015 19:42:26 +0000 ) : David, The Polymer coating that is currently being used with this ammunition is completely different than the lacquer coating that was previously used on this ammunition. The issues people experience with steel cased ammunition manufactured currently is not due to the coating but rather due to the lower pressures caused by the steel not expanding and sealing the chamber as brass does. While there are still a handful of steel cased rounds on the market that use a lacquer coating, they are few and far between and Tula does not use them. Thank you and happy shooting!

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Customer Reviews

Tula needs to work on this round Review by mike
When I ordered this ammo, I did so because of the price. I had read the reviews with extraction problems from some shooters. I experienced this problem. Because I read the reviews I took a tool with me to the range. Weapon is a S/W model 19-3. Ammo shot good and was accurate. I have shot other calibers of Tula ammo with no problems. In .380, 9mm and .45. Function and accuracy have been good.
Experience no problems with my order of any of the other products. Will order again from LG. Congrats on the Law Suit outcome. (Posted on 8/13/15)
excellent Review by gygy
excellent, thanks. (Posted on 8/9/15)
Terrible Round. Review by Edward Lee
Cheap, but not worth it. I use Tula in my bolt action rifles and glocks with no problems, but when it comes to a revolver, these are very bad rounds, because the steel casing tends to crack rather than expand like brass always does.

In bolt action and semi autos, it's not too much of a problem, because the cracked shells just get ejected if you're using a loose gun like a glock or mosin. In a revolver, or probably a tight fighting semi, the cracked casing needs to be hammered out with a punch or chopstick, because the surface area is increased due to the crack/rupture and it will jam your weapon.

Not good for the health of your weapon, and not good for you if you actually grabbed these for a defense situation. (Posted on 7/28/15)
Spent casings would not eject from the cylinder Review by mike
The rounds loaded, fired and hit the target. They stick in the cylinder and need a tool to remove them. (Posted on 7/25/15)
failure to eject Review by mike
Rounds shoot and are accurate. Problem was they jammed in the cylinder. They had to be forced out with a tool. After reading the other reviews I took a tool to the range, just incase. Weapon is S/W model 19 in good working order. Experience no problems with other brand I had. (Posted on 7/23/15)
Cheap but flawed...will not buy this again. Review by Joe
I shoot cheap ammo in my Ruger SP101 and it doesn't have a problem with any other .38 Special or .357 Mag I've ever used...but the empty cases of this Tula ammo ended up wedged so firmly in the cylinder that I almost needed pliers to get some of them out. I'm just glad I managed to extract them without any damage. I won't be buying any more of this kind. (Posted on 5/12/15)
Great price for the product Review by Badfrog49
I use and recommend TULA brand in lever action rifles (Posted on 1/25/13)
will not buy any more of that ammo Review by huck
each casing had to be forced out, that took much time. I'm glad I didn't have to reload quit to save my life. will not buy any more of that ammo. (Posted on 12/2/12)
Good enough Review by QC Mike
Clean shooting, much cleaner than "White Box". Good enough for range plinking, pretty consistent.
Great service from Lucky Gunner as always.
Those were the plus's
Not up to full .357 charge, can be hard to eject when shooting fast.
I am using a 70's vintage Model 28 S&W that has had more rounds through it than I can begin to count, it chews them up just fine.
Will order more
(Posted on 8/20/12)
I am going to buy from luckygunner again Review by john
As far as luckygunner they were quick fast and gave me exactly what I ordered no mistakes. The ammo I got was cheap but all we were doing was target practice so a few squib loads were no big deal, thats why i go the cheap ammo. I am will order from luckygunner again and i have friends that i told about their service and prices and they have already ordered from there too. (Posted on 6/24/12)
the savings not worth the hassle Review by inthestreet
they were cheap so i thought i would try them. shot fine, but ALL casings failed to eject. had to pry out each one. tried again, all 6 stuck. tried again, all 6 stuck. one last time , same results. maybe it was just one bad box, but i dont want to shoot the rest because it takes so long to get the casings out. switched to Blazer and had no problems. (Posted on 6/22/12)
shot is dead on at 50yards Review by jim
This ammo is great for target practice, gun was pretty clean after 50 rounds. However I had a problem with my new Taurus that the steel casing bind in the chamber. I have been told that after 1000 to1500 fired rounds that this ammo will work great in the gun. So if you have a new Taurus I would make a different selection but if you have a broken in Taurus or other make than this is a great choice. (Posted on 5/1/12)
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