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|Manufacturer||Tula Cartridge Works|
|Bullet Weight||115 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)|
|Ammo Caliber||9mm Luger (9x19)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||1150|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||338|
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I have shot a few thousand rounds of this ammo for IDPA style shooting events and I have not had a single misfire or any kind of issue with it thus far. Main reason I use this ammo is because some ranges are jerks about letting you police your own brass. :-)
Will not order this ammo again.
Using this steel case ammo cause my gun and another to jam at least once a clip.
Range observer had confirmed that they have seen issues routinely when shooters use this ammo.
Incredible how dirty our guns were after firing 250 rounds.
Great price and no issue thru my G45 and G43x. Overall excellent rounds to use at the range and get quality time on the trigger. Ordered again and will continue to use for practice. Not one failure to fire or failure to eject.
Cheap and clean
Was a little skeptical at first. Never used steel case ammo in any of my guns. Had one f.t.f. at around 100 rounds in an m&p shield. the next 900 fired flawlessly. There just as clean if not cleaner than there brass cased counterparts. Lightning fast shipping will order these again for the range. Thanks LG!!
Surprised me, in a good way
So...resisted the price of Tula. Stuck with Blazer Brass and Remington. But as Krusty the Clown once yelled, I am not made of stone. So I picked up 1,000 of the Tula. Everything I've read stated steel case equates with dirty rounds. I decided I could live with that since cleaning guns can be a nice Zen state for me. I was shocked at the real world results. Four guns shooting 400 rounds of Tula was a really easy clean up. Next trip to the range shot only Tula in two guns and mixed a little Blazer (100 rounds) for two other guns. The Blazer guns were dirty and the Tula were super clean. Highly recommend. No FTF and no FTE; everything went boom when it was supposed to.
30% failures to feed
Not only is it bad for your barrel it's terrible to shoot with. Made a mistake of getting 1000 rounds. I have video of the failure to feed rounds maune due to the case but I was not expecting so much to be bad in one batch.
Hi Milestai. I am sorry you had such a bad experience with the Tula ammo. Some pistols just don't like steel cased ammo. Give me a call and let's see what we can do about getting ammo that you can use. Ross 800-317-9506
well, I'm getting lots of practice clearing jams
I purchased this because it was the least expensive 9mm ammo for range practice. I've experienced a number of jams, but on the bright side I can clear them super quick now! I'll probably pay a little more for a better brand in the future. Bottom line: it works and it's cheap so if you want to shoot a lot at the range it's OK.
Good Range Ammo
Works great in my CZ’s. It appeared to be pretty accurate as well. I don’t think it’s any dirtier than other ammo I have used. I haven’t used it with my Glocks or PPQ though. CZ’s should work just fine with it.
May be cheap but no problems
My EC9S and Bersa Thunder Pro eat this up with no problems. I think the bad press that this gets is weapon specific. Any gun may have a specific ammo that it doesn't like. I don't think it is any dirtier than low cost brass.
Price cannot be beat, shoots dirty
If you've never shot Tulammo before, know it shoots a bit dirtier than other ammo so you're going to have to clean your gun a bit more often. I have shot 250 rounds through a Glock 17, 19, 43, and a S&W SD9 with zero issues. I purchased 2,000 rounds from Lucky Gunner and they shipped promptly and they arrived in 2 days. For the price, these cannot be beat.
Tula 1A15 Grain FMJ Review
I ordered a case of 1,000 after buying a 100 round box at Walmart to test it out on my Glock 17 and 19. The 100 rounds cycled through the gun with no problem. I received the 1,000 rounds promptly from Lucky Gunner and had been going to the range with it ever since.
After 500 rounds I can conclude that this ammo may be cheap; however, it is middle of the road as far as quality and performance go. About every other magazine I have had a failure to eject or the round stays stuck in the chamber, and the primer ends up getting stuck. I don't know if this was a bad batch, however I noticed that this happens in both of my Glocks that I mentioned earlier. There were NO issues with Lucky Gunner as far as the buying and previous customer service go. They have been nothing short of exceptional. Thanks for everyone's time.
I have shot 2000 rounds of this through my high point . one miss fire and it may be the gun. Cheap ammo, cheap gun, priceless fun! I have also put it through other high quality 9mms and no issue. just ordered 2000 more rounds
Decent practice ammo but be careful...
I purchased 1000 rounds of the standard Tula Ammo from Lucky Gunner as part of a two-pronged plan to both increase my time at the range and stockpile on 9mm Luger ammunition for my CZ 75B. Several of my friends warned me about “steel cased Russian ammo” but the price...
Anyway, I also purchased some boxes of Winchester 9mm NATO FMJ. The NATO spec 9mm ammo is loaded to higher pressures than regular 9mm ammo, which the CZ 75B handles beautifully. However, after putting 300 or so rounds of the NATO 9mm ammo downrange (and noticing that my gun was now getting warm) I loaded up a magazine of Tula ammo. I fired two rounds out of that magazine and when I pulled the trigger to fire the third...*click*. Round still in the chamber. I followed safety procedures and kept the muzzle of my pistol pointed downrange, removed the magazine and attempted to clear the bad round. It wouldn’t budge. The slide seemed locked in place...I had to really yank on the slide to eject the Tula cartridge. By this point, I had attracted the attention of the range safety officer. When he looked down into my range bag and saw the mixture of Winchester NATO 9mm boxes and Tula Ammo boxes he gave me that “you dumbass” look all novice shooters are familiar with....
Apparently (according to the range safety officer) firing the higher pressure NATO-spec rounds had heated the chamber of my CZ 75 B enough that the steel case of the (dud) Tula round expanded and got stuck in the chamber...accounting for the click of the firing pin and the difficulty in clearing the bad cartridge out of the firearm.
On the other hand, when I go to the range and ONLY shoot non overpressure ammo, there’s no issues with the Tula stuff. Moral of the story here is...the steel case that this ammunition comes in can be problematic if you’re not paying attention to what other ammo you’re using during a rapid fire range session. High quality firearms with very tight tolerances don’t mix with expanding steel cases.
Bought a case for a recent class. My only complaint about this ammo is that it is hard to load glock mags to full capacity. Thought it was just me, but coincidentally a couple other students were having the same issues with the same ammo. Otherwise it performed well for range ammo, no malfunctions in 800 plus rounds. Great value, I will buy again from Lucky Gunner.
good ammo, great price, had fun
No problems good ammo, no dirtier than some premium ammo and much cleaner than a lot of practice ammo, half the price of premium ammo, accuracy is good. Ran 200 rounds through a CZ scorpion evo 3, pretty quickly, had no problems, groupings where within CZ factory performance specs. No major difference than 100 rounds of Blazer I ran through before the Tula 200 round test. As always Lucky Gunner is my best value and fast shipping, that's why they get my business.
Nice buy for fun at the range
Being fairly new to the world of purchasing ammo, this ammo was okay, I knew it was cheaper ammunition but its worth it for what I wanted.. great for shooting at the range, cheap enough to go through 2-3 hundred rounds at a time.. I think Ive had 1 FTF out or 400 shots. Just have to make sure to clean my gun when I take it home. Over all, Id buy this again.
I've only shot 50 rounds of Tulammo through my Glock 19 Gen 4.
No fails at all.
Doesn't seem to be any dirtier than other practice ammo I've used.
Definitely a bit louder than all my other 115 grain FMJ practice ammo.
Would use again.
I have fired 1000 rounds of this ammo and never had 1 misfire. I've heard that this is dirty ammo, but I havn't experienced that. The price is the best around, in fact you can't find 9 m around here. I will buy all my ammo from this site.
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