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72 9mm Ammo In Stock - 115 gr FMJ - 9mm Ammunition by Tula Cartridge Works For Sale - 50 Rounds are in stock

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Quick Overview

Ammo Quantity - 50 rounds per box
Ammo Manufacturer - Tula Cartridge Works
Bullets - 115 grain full metal jacket (FMJ)
Ammo Casings - Berdan primed steel case
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Details

This newly manufactured 9mm ammunition is PERFECT 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 Berdan Primer. The projectile features a bimetal jacket (contains steel and copper) and a lead core resulting in excellent ballistics characteristics.

Muzzle Velocity: 1150 fps
Max Pressure: 35,500 psi

Additional Information

Manufacturer Tula Cartridge Works
Condition New
Bullet Weight 115 Grain
Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
Use Type Range Training
Ammo Casing Steel
Quantity 50
Ammo Caliber 9mm Luger (9x19)
Manufacturer SKU TA919150
Primer Type Berdan
UPC Barcode 814950011531

Comments

Deano Newbury ( Sun, 03 Jun 2012 06:25:22 +0000 ) : nice
Heidi At Lucky Gunner ( Mon, 04 Jun 2012 12:00:09 +0000 ) : Thanks!
Krugilla Kutrigur ( Thu, 28 Mar 2013 16:13:36 +0000 ) : Not nice, this should be under $20 a box. Thanks for ripping us off.
Chris Behr ( Thu, 28 Mar 2013 16:45:22 +0000 ) : Ditto on the rip-off. This site is going downhill.
Dennis Profili ( Sat, 04 May 2013 11:09:50 +0000 ) : 9.95 a box at Walmart!
Chris Linkous ( Sun, 05 May 2013 22:15:19 +0000 ) : if you can find them.
Taylor Post ( Sun, 05 May 2013 22:45:25 +0000 ) : 70 cents a round for Tula? haha, no thanks. That's blatant gouging.
Franklin Goodale ( Mon, 06 May 2013 07:36:11 +0000 ) : All I see at Walmart are a few shotgun shells.
Keith Blandford ( Tue, 07 May 2013 01:41:22 +0000 ) : ridiculous price was 12 bucks a box.
Tesean Bond ( Fri, 10 May 2013 03:28:51 +0000 ) : 33 bucks for 50 rounds of cheap ammo? are you kidding me? People cant really be that desperate...
Roger Earls ( Wed, 12 Jun 2013 00:17:59 +0000 ) : No problems with luckygunner, always fast shipment.
Michael Pettit ( Sat, 14 Sep 2013 01:04:07 +0000 ) : Ammo was just fine although these were bought as a gift for a friend. Ammo was well packed and shipped very fast.
Jeff Daricek ( Thu, 05 Dec 2013 00:37:22 +0000 ) : 10.37 at mine still saves ya money!
Sal Gabriel ( Sun, 25 May 2014 12:20:03 +0000 ) : The ammo I purchased I haven't fired yet. But the price was right shipping fast and the product packed very secure.

Product Question and Answer

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Q: Will these work well with my ruger 9mm LC9

Posted On: 7/31/14 By: Ra'Sean

A: Hello Ra'Sean, Yes, these 115gr. FMJ rounds by Tula in 9mm will work in your Ruger LC9. They do have steel cases so just make sure your range allows them.
Q: Does this ammo meet US ammo standards? I was told only to use US made ammo in my Ruger P95. Just now I was told that if it met US standards, it was OK. No where on the box does it say that it meets US standards. I really don't want to damage my brand new P95 because I saved a $ or 2 per box on these. Thanks, Ron

Posted On: 12/2/13 By: Ron

A: This ammo does meet United States standards and should function well in your Ruger P95. That said, this ammo is not American made - it is made in Russia and is steel-cased. Many shooters believe brass cased ammunition causes less wear and tear on your gun barrel than steel-cased ammunition does.
Q: Hi, can i buy ammunition from you i live in Sweden ? If i show you that i have licens for that kind of ammo i want to buy ? How much i the shiping cost ? Have a nice day Matz

Posted On: 4/25/12 By: Matz

A: Unfortunately, we are not able to ship ammo outside of the United States.

Customer Reviews

Tula ammo Review by Rooster
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I have shot 9mm tula ammo in my P89 for years and never had a misfire or a FTF the same goes for my 1911 SA 45. Overall good ammo for the price. (Posted on 11/9/14)
problem free Review by texas shooter
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Having shot thousands of these Tula branded ammo out of several differant arms ,I have never had an lssue with feeding or firing.Sig 2022,Smith 3rd. gen 908,and a high point and Kel-Tec. cabine buy with confidence.If I can't shoot cheap steel case ammo out of a gun,I'd get another gun.I need to know that if all I can get is steel case ammo,my weapon will handle it.The steel case myth lives on but it is very soft or mild steel and I can crush a empty case between my fingers as easily as a brass empty.I prefer not having ti pick up brass.I hate reloading but love shooting. (Posted on 9/14/14)
Great ammo for the a cheap price Review by Big daddy
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Great have used it in my ruger p95, tauras millium pro 40 caliber , Springfield. 9m , and both glocks that I own a 30 & 23 only one miss fire in the three years that I have used it (Posted on 4/6/14)
9mm - 115 gr FMJ - Tula - 50 Rounds Review by Shawn
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Great for target practicing (Posted on 3/28/14)
Had no problems. Review by Blaster60
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Will buy this brand again, had no problems. (Posted on 3/3/14)
This was good cheap ammo for great practice I had no jams or misfire on my pt92 Taurus very accurate at 50 yards, will buy more Review by dON
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This was good cheap ammo for great practice I had no jams or misfire on my pt92 Taurus very accurate at 50 yards, will buy more (Posted on 3/2/14)
Very happy with purchase Review by mcsar1
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Ammo was just fine although these were bought as a gift for a friend. Ammo was well packed and shipped very fast. (Posted on 9/13/13)
No problems encountered with either my Ruger P95 or Beretta PX4 Storm. Only one FTF in over 600 rounds. Review by Valentino
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It's great range ammo. Unlike some others, both my pistols will eat this ammo all day long without problems. (Posted on 8/18/13)
No problem dealing with luckygunner. Review by Newtazewell
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Always fast shipping and delivery on time. (Posted on 6/11/13)
Always looking for this ammo Review by cj
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Awesome in my XD 9 (Posted on 5/7/13)
Will Bind in the Magazine Review by Ron
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Beretta PX-4 Storm is not compatible with this 9mm ammo. Steel cases will bind in the magazine and the gun won't feed. When these mis-feeds occurred at the range, I emptied the mags and reloaded with brass case ammo and bingo, absolutely no problem. If you regularly disassemble your magazines and clean them you might be OK. I did that, and the Tula rounds subsequently fed fine . . . but doubtless it would only be a matter of time before the light lube present after cleaning would wear off and mis-feeds would begin again.

Note: brass cases are 'self-lubricating' i.e., the brass soft surface microscopically wears off with friction allowing the brass case stuff to feed just fine. Steel cases are not 'self-lubricating'. The soft steel will burr at the contacting points and drag on the adjacent magazine feed guides (in the presence of zero lubrication) and eventually bind. Your risk if you buy this stuff and some night need the 9 for PD.

Important - these rounds are Berdan, not Boxer primed. Reloaders - be aware of this issue. Lucky Gunner has a good info page on Berdan vs. Boxer primers.
(Posted on 5/6/13)
great ammo, especially for the prices Review by mvazquez
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I have shot hundreds of rounds of this stuff out of HKp30, Glock 17, and MAC smg with an average of one jam per 300 rounds - about as good as it gets. Yes, it is expensive by traditional standards, but this is March 2013 and we're lucky to get good stuff for less than $1 per round. Only downside is your fingers get smudged when loading it... (Posted on 3/28/13)
Did the trick Review by mini14glock19
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Not a single problem. Would buy again. Seemed like I sent a little more time cleaning after but no big deal. (Posted on 12/3/12)
good quality ammo Review by marty
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accurate ammo with little problems (Posted on 11/19/12)
Works great in my Star Model B Review by DRMan60
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My Star eats this stuff up! Great value! (Posted on 11/4/12)
very good and acurate at 50 yards Review by Frank
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This was good cheap ammo for great practice I had no jams or misfire on my pt92 Taurus very accurate at 50 yards, will buy more (Posted on 9/18/12)
Great Ammo For Range Review by BigjimmilJimmy
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Great for range firing practice. Have had no problems while on the range. (Posted on 9/14/12)
great ammo 4 price Review by scotty
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just bought my first pistol. needed to find some good ammo and not one that would cost a arm and leg. went online found luckygunner.com. the rest is in the books. have shot over 200 rds. no misfires also fairly clean ammo. the service was great. love how they keep in touch via e-mail. looking forward to my next order soon.

(Posted on 7/22/12)
Only ammo to stovepipe my Glock. Review by Void
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Clean and accurate enough but had four stovepipes out of thirty rounds in a model 27 Glock with a 9mm conversion barrel. (Posted on 6/29/12)
Plan to buy more Review by coasthome
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This ammunition does not deserve some of the disparaging terms you see on YouTube. For me, I do not plan to reload so simply putting the empties in the recycling bin works well. The ammunition is far more accurate than I am. (Posted on 4/24/12)
Good Stuff Review by Sgt
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Good stuff. Accurate and dependable out of a Hi-Point 995 Carbine. (Posted on 4/10/12)
Great fun ammo! Review by LMO61
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I just got back from some fun target shooting! I used Tulammo 9MM Luger in my Hi-Point carbine and my Glock 19. Once I got the carbine sighted in, the groups came in around 2" or better. Both guns functioned great with no problems. I really enjoyed not having to chase brass for future reloading. The ammo shot as clean as higher costing brands, which made all the more fun. (Posted on 3/25/12)
Great Ammo! Review by godie
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Ammo came fast and worked well. I had one misfire, but that was it. I will definitely order from here again. (Posted on 3/20/12)
Great ammo for the price Review by Kerwin
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I have an MPA Defender series 30SST in 9mm, it eats this stuff all day. No dirtier than Winchester white box, no FTF/FTE/ misfires, and the price can't be beaten. I've probably put a few hundered rounds through, and this is my go-to range ammo now. (Posted on 3/14/12)
No problems at all Review by Bobby
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Shot several 50 round boxes of this stuff thru a Taurus 111 and a Beretta 92 FS with no problems at all. (Posted on 3/12/12)
Tula 9mm Review by WJG
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Never had a problem in my Taurus PT99. Shoots every time. (Posted on 3/9/12)
Excellent ammo Review by Turk1704
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Shot 500 rounds between a Smith and Wesson M&P and Ruger lc9. Never had a misfire or jam in either and accuracy was very good. Just ordered another 1000, its hard to beat the price for just target shooting. Also as they have a steel casing cleanup is very easy! (Posted on 3/8/12)
Cheap target practice. Review by Christopher
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Love this stuff, I had a few jams but I attribute that to my crappy beretta mags which are falling apart. I have no real complaints, it doesn't dirty up my pistol much, it shoots straight, (I am not a pistol marskman) and is dirt cheap. I would definatly recommend this stuff to anyone. (Posted on 2/19/12)
Good and bad! Review by Christopher
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It's certainly cheaper than standard brass ammo, the problem is I found it for cheaper at my local Walmart for $8.95 a box, which saves me about $24 total once you tack on S&H. I love Lucky Gunner and would recommend them to anyone but would also recommend you shop around first. (Posted on 2/15/12)
SO FAR SO GOOD I GOT ABOUT FIVE BOXES ALL GOOD ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Review by GG
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VERY GOOOOOOOOOOOOOD ,,,,,,, FOR RUSSIAN , IF SOMEBODY MAKE SOMETHING THAT CHEAP IN THE GOOD U.S.A I WILL BUY IT TO ,...................... (Posted on 2/12/12)
Stick with Brass, Steel Casings causing jams Review by WhiteSites
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I used 2 boxes ( 100 rounds ) with my glock 17. I first noticed it was different as I was loading my magazines. The Ammo did not slide in like brass, and towards the bottom of the magazine it took a great deal of force to get the last few rounds loaded.

While shooting I experienced 4 Jams out of the 100 rounds. The Jams were caused by the steel casing not ejecting properly. I originally bought these because they were cheap, but after my experiences, I will not be buying steel cased rounds in the future. Brass might cost a couple bucks extra, but they are worth it. (Posted on 2/7/12)
Never a problem Review by sidney
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I have shot well over 1000 rounds of this ammo in 4 different 9mm I have.Have also shoot about the same of the 7.62x39. The ONLY problem I had is when the gun got dirty. I have had NO mis fires and chambed well from a 10 rounf mag up to 30 round mag. You can not go wrong for the price. (Posted on 1/30/12)
Great ammo Review by chicofino111
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Yeah, this ammo isn't the best you can get. But in my Taurus millennium it does just fine. I've shot about 1000 rounds through my gun 100 percent of them cycled through perfectly. 1 was a dud and never fired. 1 other didn't fire on first strike, but when I puled the trigger again it fired. Good cheap ammo for plinkin'. (Posted on 1/28/12)
I thought I was getting a good deal. Review by Don
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Let the buyer beware. My wife & me had many misfires from the 150 we fired. Nobody wants the cases after using this ammo. I would much rather pay $1-2 more per 50 of US made ammo instead of Russian ammo. (Posted on 11/10/11)
HARD TO BEAT FOR THE PRICE Review by Wpola
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This is all I shot at the range. GLOCK 17 1,000's of rounds yet not one FTE or FTF. Can beat this for the price, plus by it been affodable it keep you going back to the range. BE SAFE! (Posted on 11/4/11)
Love it! Review by Cheif
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I've shot Wolf/Tula quite a bit [thousands] and find it to be reliable and hard hitting. I would recommend it. (Posted on 10/28/11)
50/50 Review by mexican
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My buddys and I bought about 7 box's of this stuff and my uncle and i are the only ones with 9mm guns he has a ruger and I have a Glock 19 his is a 8 or 9 round clip my Glock is a 15 round clip I didnt have absolutly no problems with mine but my uncels jamed every time he even tried difrent clip but the same happend. with other bullets he dosent have that problem
(Posted on 9/1/11)
Feeds great, goes bang Review by Steve
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Every time. Feeds great in my S&W Sigma. Always goes bang. (Posted on 8/27/11)
Good stuff at a good price Review by RangeRat
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I've shot over 1200 rounds of this stuff in 9mm, .380, and .45 calibers in three different 9mm (Ruger P95, Beretta 92FS, Stoeger 8000), three .380s (Bersa, Beretta 85FS, LCP) and a Ruger SR1911 without a single problem. Not a single FTF or FTE. It's seems to be just as accurate as Federal or Winchester too. A little dirtier than WWB but about the same as Federal. Coated steel casings have been used since the 1930's so most modern guns should have no problem using them. (Posted on 7/14/11)
9mm 115gr FMJ tulammo Review by piece of crap ammo
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clip of 8 shots jammed every shot i recomend nobody buy this russian crap (Posted on 6/16/11)
Poor Quality Review by My Opinion
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I have had consistent problems with this type of ammo. These steel casings seem to drag when you're loading ammo into the clip. I have a 19 round clip and after 10 rounds I find it very difficult to put another five rounds in.

The service ability of the ammo is questionable. The first 200 rounds fired resulted in three misfires along with several chambering and ejection problems. These problems are not the result of a faulty weapon. This is an ammo I would not recommend. (Posted on 6/4/11)
Great product, Great price Review by Franky
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Put 500 rnds through my brand new ruger SR9 with not a single jam or stovepipe, I haven't shot handguns really before but the accuracy seemed pretty good as well, mostly did rifle stuff in the past but the grouping I considered to be relatively tight for my first trip to the range shooting from 15-25 yrds.

The main thing I was warned about by the range operator concerning the ammo was that the bullets were coated in a resin that had a tendency to melt when it got hot, and if you didn't clean the weapon well with a steel brush the build up could eventually become a big pain. But that's just part of routine gun care, if you don't clean your gun you deserve for it to get jacked up no matter what ammo you're using. (Posted on 4/11/11)
Great Deal! Great bang for the buck. Review by BIGCOUNTRYAGGIN
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Great Deal! Great bang for the buck. (Posted on 3/26/11)
Not gonna work in every pistol. Review by Steve
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I thought I had found a great deal on some plinking ammo for my Taurus PT92. Wrong.
3 -15 round clips and jammed 2 to 3 times per clip. Smokestack and tilted jams. I then tried a clip of IMI that I carried in the gun to the range and it shot perfectly. Probably just a bad match with this gun since others were having little to no problems. (Posted on 3/2/11)
Feed ramp problems Review by Redcatcher49
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The rounds do well except for one problem, the steel case will wear the feed ramp. I shhot a lot of 9mm through my SW M&P and use Federal 115gr which cost about $1.50/box of 50. The Federal has a brass case and is made in the USA not Russia. (Posted on 2/20/11)
Great ammo for cheap Review by The Wrench
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Perfect for target shooting, and at the price you can buy a ton of it! (Posted on 2/19/11)
No good Review by @ric
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I purchased 7 boxes of these and I had to finish them in two sesions to get rid of them and I hope they didn't damage my 9mm. I was the center of attraction at the range because:(1) these bullets made my 9mm jam 3-4 times out of 8 rounds (2) an experienced person next to me showed me on the target that my shots were hitting "sideways", in fact it didn't leave perfectly round holes on the target instead elongated, cylindrical holes! (3) one time a round didn't explode even though it had the neddle printed in the center primer(4) one bullet had half of the primer center. According to the experts at the range those bullets are very bad for many reason. They're made in Russia! if I would have known that before I would have spent more. I don't recommend them and good luck. (Posted on 2/18/11)
Great ammo fo IDPA Review by 1911gobang
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With myself and both of my boys shooting IDPA, and all three of us shooting 9mm, you can imagine how much ammo we can burn up during a match!! This Tula stuff fits the bill. When buying 500 - 1000 rounds at a time, it makes more sense than reloading. Besides, we aren't into tuning ammo for max performance......we just wanna shoot. (Posted on 1/17/11)
1st Time Buyer Review by OD
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This ammo worked great in my XDm 9mm,not one problem.Cheap money for target shooting. (Posted on 12/27/10)
Super Deal! Review by Patti
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This Tula ammo lived up to its earlier reviews. Non-jamming, inexpensive and a great deal that was shipped AS USUAL, immediately! Keep it up, Lucky Gunner! (Posted on 12/16/10)
Great Ammo Review by Bugsbunny45
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I am in Texas and I used two boxes today 12-11-2010 to take my CHL class. The ammo feed through my Glock great. Best of all I spend a lot less on my ammo than a lot of other in the class. (Posted on 12/11/10)
Got my moneys worth! Review by shootagain
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I was looking for some ammo that was dependable, went bang when supposed to, and didn't blow a big hole in my wallet every time I need more ammo. I found Luckygunner on the internet and the answer to my problems. All is well' thanks to you folks and the price is even better now than when I ordered the first batch. Thanks again Shootagain (Posted on 11/4/10)
Great stuff Review by SynapticSilence
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I've been using Tula rounds in my .40 Smith and Wesson M&P, my 9mm CZ 75B, and my .40 Bersa Thunder UC . The quality control looks outstanding and all of my guns have chambered this ammo with zero problems. The worries about residue buildup from the coating and excess wear from the steel casings are bunk in my opinion. This is great ammo and shoots cleaner than Federal, Winchester White Box, and other low end ammo I've tried. (Posted on 11/2/10)
Works well Review by Teacher packing heat
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My 9mm loved this ammo. never a jam just clean shooting (Posted on 9/16/10)
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