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Posted On: 3/19/2020
A: Thank you for asking, Tino! Depending on the state you live in we can ship you ammo without any additional documentation, send you ammo after you've provided a required piece of identification, or not ship you any ammo at all. You can read the complete details on these state by state restrictions right here on our site: luckygunner.com/faq-state-by-state.
Posted On: 5/5/2018
A: Tula and all other European manufacturers adhere to CIP: Commission internationale permanente pour l’épreuve des armes à feu portatives – Permanent International Commission for the Proof of Small Arms. This however is not limited to only European countries, but some of the Asian and South American ammo makers as well.
Posted On: 2/25/2014
A: Great question! Chris from our team has actually test fired some of the Tula 115 grain Tula. The reviews don't show up on the 1,000 round product but the same cartridge is included on a number of different product pages on the Lucky Gunner site. In other words, it's the same ammo, just sold in different quantities. You can see a video of Chris shooting the Tula here: http://www.luckygunner.com/9mm-115-grain-fmj-tula-tin-900-rounds Also, there are 8 reviews on that product. Most shooters found it's a good value for the money but many had issues with the way the 900 round product is packaged (it comes in a SPAM can that can be tough to open).