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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|
The Tula Cartridge Works is located in Russia where they've been making ammo since 1880. Their steel-cased ammo features a non-corrosive primer and a polymer coating to aid with function and reliability.
Tula claims that their polymer coating, unlike some other steel-cased ammo, is non-hazardous, and is a lot safer to shoot. I don't have any way to verify this, but if you shoot in any kind of volume, that's something you might want to consider.
The bullet features a lead core with a bimetal jacket made of zinc and steel. Some shooting ranges don't like you to use ammo that will attract a magnet so be sure to check with your range first.
We tested the 115 grain 9mm ammo and it had great function and reliability in most of our guns. The only problem we had was with an old Smith and Wesson 39-13. And we had one failure to extract. We had the same kind of failure when using Wolf ammo in this gun. So it really just doesn't like steel ammo period.
We tested accuracy from 15 yards with a benchrest and were really impressed with the results we got, which you can see in this 10-shot group. Tula Ammo is very competitively priced and is a great choice for the range if your guns don't mind steel and you don't reload. If you have any doubts, just check out the reviews on the website.
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Zinc is brass by Jdjr on 3/9/2019
I have had 0 issues thru 1000 rounds. I've heard ppl say zinc rounds are bad on parts and cause premature breakdowns. It...
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Not for everyone (it definitely wasn't for me). by Ryan on 1/25/2020
Bought a case of 1000 of these instead of my normal 115gr brass Sellier & Bellot trying to save money on range fire....
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Reliable, Consistent, and Cheap
Tula ammo was my first order of ammo and will definitely not be my last. Throughout the whole ordering process, they were very professional and kind. I've had terrible experiences ordering from other websites like OpticsPlanet, so I was very pleased with the time and the pricing of Luckygunner.
Regarding Tulammo, I have zero complaints. It was reliable and cheap. I just wish I had more.
My gun (sa hellcat) ate it up with not a single problem. Was clean after shooting. Fast delivery, solid ammo. That said, The Range would not allow it in its rental guns, just over-cautious I guess (probably because of steel casing?)
Works as expected at the range...Great Value for $$$
I used this ammo at the range, and it is great. Very good value and the order shipped incredibly fast. I've even mentioned your site to my shooter friends.
Excellent bang for the buck!
Sorry, couldn’t resist.
Discretely packaged and arrived super fast. Of course I’m only about 200 miles north of LG.
These rounds have performed very well. After 300-400 rounds, I haven’t had a single hiccup and no unusual wear to my Glock. I would most certainly purchase these again.
Decent ammo considering how high prices are
I bought this ammo because it was the cheapest sale for 1000 rounds since up until recently you couldn’t get 1000 rounds for less than $450-500. Anyways the shipping was quick which is great. I took 150 rounds to the range and I had about 10 that didn’t fire the first time. There were strike marks but no shot. I would reload the bullet and it would go the second time. Not the most efficient use of time but at least I’m getting my moneys worth so buyer beware that you may get some that don’t fire.
Worst target ammo I've ever used.
Shot a 100 rounds of the Tula 9 mm through my Walther PPQ at a nearby range. Had very inconsistent results. Switched back to my usual Federal ammo and instantly went back to normal. Even had the range officer shoot a clip full and he agreed the Tula wasn't very good ammo through the Walther. Cheap doesn't make good.
What do you expect?
Is Tulu the best shooting ammo? Of course not. Is it clean burning? God no. Are cartridge powder charges consistent? Its definitely not match ammo. Are my groupings such that Tula ammo prevents me from getting better. God no, I suck. Are your grouping such that Tula ammo will prevent you from getting better? Be honest.
The casings are steal. If you don't know why that means something look it up before buying. Its a big deal with respect to storage, take the rest with a grain of salt.
Shot through a Box of 50 Glock 17M
I was looking for some practice rounds, and at the time, this was the only option, so I tried them in my new Glock 17M - literally the first rounds through the gun.
So far, so good. 50 rounds, no misfires or ftf. Clean ejections.
Since they are my first rounds fired, it's difficult to assess how dirty they are compared to other rounds, but both cleanings were reasonable and the barrel came clean with two patches.
Someone may be able to comment if that is good or bad. It's been a while since I owned a gun, so I'm figuring it out (again).
Shot this ammo through my Walther PPQ. I gave the balance of this ammo to the range officer. Very inconsistent from one shot to the next. Almost like a difference in powder load. Even had the range officer shoot a clip full just to make sure it wasn't just me. He agreed with me!! I shot 3 mags full plus his mag. ! recommend not buying this ammo.
Really good ammo for the price, no complaints
We were shooting the Ruger PC 9 millimeter carbine, the ammunition shot excellent no complaints while worth the money, will definitely buy some more.
I WAS SKEPTICAL
I shot 250 rounds of this ammo through a Glock 19/43 and an AR9 with zero issues. Buy this if you need range ammo, you can’t beat the deal! I will definitely be purchasing more whenever I need plinking ammo.
Good ammo, great service
Shot great thru a couple of Glocks, but feeding problems with Brng
Hi -Pwr. Polished the feed ramp and it shoots fine now. Think steel case to steel ramp was the problem as brass cases shot previously were flawless. Good ammo, don’t hesitate to try it.
I will purchase again thru Lucky Gunner
Super EZ transaction, too bad bout shipping, would’ve been a scorching deal. Great product to practice with, I actually even started hitting the free targets before I was done. Can’t wait to get back home so I can go out again
Not for everyone (it definitely wasn't for me).
Bought a case of 1000 of these instead of my normal 115gr brass Sellier & Bellot trying to save money on range fire. Did some homework on the reviews prior to ordering and saw that multiple people said they used it in their M&P Shield and Taurus G2Cs but after getting back from the range today I can confirm that while this ammo is ~$50 cheaper than a case of the Sellier brass rounds it hardly works at all in the M&P shield or the Taurus G2C.
I have 2 Taurus G2Cs that I use for range practice and a M&P Shield that I conceal carry with. Loaded up a mag to use on the G2C and had 1 FTE within the first 6 shots. Ran a couple more mag's through and every single one had at least 1 FTE. Swapped to the second G2C thinking it may have just been a coincidence and had similar results...... roughly 1, sometimes 2 rounds FTE on the Taurus G2C. A few FTEs were so bad that I had to complete disassemble the firearm and pull out the casing from the end of the barrel using pliers.
Thinking maybe it was just the GTC I swapped to the M&P shield... Not quite as bad of results where it was 1 FTE a mag, but it did have about 5 or 6 between ~80 rounds. All in all I shot ~250 rounds using the 3 firearms over the course of a few hours and it was a nightmare. Normally I would have just given up much earlier than that but the reviews on this website made me think it was something I was doing (since there were multiple people saying it works in G2C and M&P firearms). Maybe they had better luck with it or I got a bad batch, but it seems more likely that you just get what you pay for and saving the $50 on the case ended up costing me more because I can't use the remaining 750 rounds.
Perfect cheap practice ammo
Been through 300 rounds so far no failures. I have a Glock; Of course certain guns will not like the metal casing, so if you don’t know how your gun will perform I suggest trying a box or 2 to test
I’m a new gun owner and looking around I found out that a lot of ammo in my local stores are overpriced and I needed some rounds to practice my aim and get better. I found 1000rds for $160 delivered and that was a no brainer. Will definitely shop again at lucky gunner. I’ve used about 300 of the 1000 and they are awesome. Perform perfectly and don’t cause a jam. IMO worth it and will buy the same brand again.
Super hard to load
These steel; cased rounds are super hard to load, even with a speed loaded. They literally stick inside the magazines. Because of this, I had all kinds of problems with these feeding. Many times the spring would get stuck and stay fully compressed, making the magazine unusable. I also had tons of failures to eject, in every one of my guns (from pistols to my MPX). These are cheap for a reason. I wouldn't trust my life to these.
The product was delivered in a timely fashion. I spend time on a range quite frequently. The ammo shot wonderfully in my VP9SK. Thank you much Lucky Gunner!
You're welcome Sofia! Let me know if I can ever be of service! Ross
Broke my gun!
Bought a case of the stuff. Took it out and the very first round broke my Taurus slim. Tried it in my Glock and it jammed it up solid. Tried it in my Smith and Wesson same thing. Send the rest back!
Excellent for bulk practice
Have purchased several batches of 1000 rounds with zero malfunctions running through an M&P Shield. Leaves a bit more residue than other ammunition that cost 1.5 times as much, but it is non corrosive and has never led to feed or eject issues even when skipping a cleaning. Will be buying Tula for target practice for the foreseeable future.
Lucky Gunner definitely had the best price on this ammo thagt I could find. The service was as promised.
A lot of firsts. First gun, first ammo order with Lucky Gunner and first time I used Tul ammo. I have run 200 rounds through the new Glock 17 and they performed great on the range. Ordering on Lucky Gunner was easy and it shipped and arrived on time. The ammohas run perfectly with not misfires or jamming.
I was eager to purchase this ammo due to the quantity and price due to the amount of shooting and practice I do. However, out of the first 200 rounds with a Glock 19 there were at least 10 FTE. I used numerous different magazines to see if the mags were the issue however FTE occurred regardless. With the military ballistics brass 9mm I have shot over 3000 rounds with zero malfunctions or FTE.
We use this ammo in everything!
We use this ammo in everything we have. As Conceal Cary Instructors we have plenty of students using our firearms and run Tulammo in all of them. We teach to run the cheapest ammo in hopes of creating FTF-FTE issues but with this ammo it really doesn't do much good : ) It all fires and ejects!
For the price, it’s damn good. I bought 50 rounds to try it out and I had zero failures. It’s great plinking ammo and cheap to stockpile. I have easily shot almost 1,000 rounds of this beautifully cheap ammo and could count the amount of failures on one hand.
Great Plinking Ammo
I ordered 1000 rounds of this stuff and fired the first 200 rounds today through a cz 75 sp01, glock 45, and cz scorpion carbine without a single issue. Great budget ammo for the range.
Nice and Cheap
First of all, want to say that ordering on lucky gunner was easy and quick.
Ordered on Sun and Received my package on Thu. It was great and also the cheapest price around for this specific ammo including shipping and tax.
Well, about ammo. I was looking for cheap range ammo for practice and need Tulammo is the cheapest. I read some reviews about performance, metal case, accuracy, dirt after this ammo and was kinda not sure, but decided to give it a chance.
So, 200 shots in a row from Glock 19: 0 FTF, 1 FTE. Did around 50 shots using 1911 replica and 0 FTF and 0 FTE.
Accuracy: this ammo is more accurate than me. Has 0 issues. was able to hit everything I wanted. I do not see difference.
Dirtiness, to be honest it looks actually cleaner than after other ammo. Well, I am cleaning my gun after every time I shot it. So, really no difference.
Tulammo is cheapest and as long as it is cheapest it is my choice for range practice.
Will I prefer something else for same price? Maybe really depends on other options, but Tulammo is just good cheap ammo what I will order again with no questions.
Zinc is brass
I have had 0 issues thru 1000 rounds. I've heard ppl say zinc rounds are bad on parts and cause premature breakdowns. It's just not true zinc has almost the same chemical make up as copper. Brass is an alloy made of zinc and copper. EVERYTIME YOU SHOOT A BRASS ROUND YOU ARE PUTTING ZINC THRU UR GUN. Look up the elements and Compare. Zinc and copper have almost identical atomic weights.
The only issue is it shoots a bit dirty. Clean your gun and save money. These rounds are almost identical. It's a none issue that ppl always get wrong
Great, cheap ammo
I have a S&W M&P 9L, I put about 100-200 rounds through every time I go to the range. I have never had any issues with this ammo. No eject issues, no hang fires. Surprisingly every time I get home from the range and start cleaning the weapon is very clean... I've heard reviews of "dirty" ammo, but I have not seen this in 2000+ rounds. I will continue to purchase these for target practice.
After about 30 rounds I have been encountering failures to eject spent shells causing failures. The combination of dirty powder and the coarse shell casing cause hangups and failures to cycle.
400/1000, zero probs so far
I went to the range this past Sunday (8/19) and had 0 problems running this ammo in my P07. The ammo ran reliably and I had excellent groups at 7, 10, 15 and 25 yrds when I did my part. I will say these seem to leave the gun a bit hotter than the 1K round of Federal Ultra I recently went through. I plan on running all types of ammo through this gun to see how it does and so far at nearly 2K rounds through my P-07 it is working flawlessly. I would def buy this ammo again.
It shoots fine
I bought 500 rounds to try and put 200 through my gun this morning. This is a new gun so I can't really compare performance or quality. But I can say that every round fired without a problem and didn't seem to be a dirty as some reviews I read suggested. It's really good value for the money but only time will tell if there is any significant wear on the gun. I'll probably go with brass ammo for the most part and use the steel periodically. Maybe I can get the best of both worlds. Cheaper ammo and minimize the wear on my gun.
Best Cheap Range Ammo
For the range this ammo is perfect. I've shot around 1500 rounds so far with my glock 19 gen 4 and 1000+ rounds with my friend's tarus. So far I think I've had 5-10 duds. At this price I can't complain. It shoots dirty, so I clean my gun every 500-700 shots but the accuracy at 7-25 yards is fine. Will continue to buy this ammo for the range.
Good Ammo for the Range!
I regularly go to the range and practice since I carry a handgun all the time and want to be prepared in the unfortunate event I have to draw my weapon. I tend to go through 700 - 800 rounds per trip to the range. This is great ammo for the price if you practice a lot like I do. I've been using this ammo at the range for almost a year and have gone through 1000's of rounds. I own several Springfield handguns and have had only a couple of misfires. This ammo shoots dirty so there's a need to clean your guns more often, but its worth it. I've tried other steel case rounds, but this one seems to work best. Of course this ammo should only be used at the range ammo and a high quality self defense round should be used when carrying!
Bought a 1,000 and have shot about 500 of it. Have had 2 malfunctions where the primer didn't ignite. Since this is range ammo for $8.25 a box I have no problem putting up with a couple of duds. The only way to get it cheaper is to reload, which for 9mm is a pain. I certainly wouldn't use this for a carry load, but for the range, yeah, it's fine.
Had high hopes
Based on the positive reviews, I had really high hopes for this ammo. Unfortunately, this was not the case. While this really is a great price for 9mm, the ammunition that I received has turned out to be pretty much non-functional. Yes, the primers ignite and the rounds go off, but the ammunition will not properly feed through a single one of my five Glock magazines. It got to the point where I literally was only able to load a single round at a time in order to get through the remaining box that I brought with me during my last range visit - I even went out and bought brand new mags in case there was something wrong with the ones I already owned. I’m not sure if maybe it is the polymer coating, or maybe just a general property of steal cased ammo, but the rounds feel much less slippery / polished than brass; they don’t just slide out of the magazine, but require a great deal of force to remove. While “sticky” probably wouldn’t be the right word to describe them, the coating seems to generate a lot of friction between both the round in the magazine and the round to be chambered, as well as the round to be chambered and the steel mag lips. Since having switched to brass I have had ZERO problems.
Superb Value for Excellent Training Rounds
I bought 1000 of these just to test them myself, wondering if it was too good to be true. 400 rounds later through Glock 19 and 43 and no bubbles no troubles. Not a single misfire or jam. Buy all these you can and stock them away.
Great value, zero issues
Girlfriend and I have recently purchased M&P Shields, 1st gen. Nearly through our first order of 1000 and ready to buy another. For the price, this ammunition cannot be beat. Shoots a bit dirty, but have left barrels unclean for several days with no corrosion and a light soak/scrub puts barrel back to mirror finish clean. Have had zero malfunctions and no corrosion of casings, we keep them stored in ammo box with moisture absorbent packs. Highly recommended
Thousand Rounds No Issue
I bought and had 1000 rounds delivered to my apartment, I shot 200 of those rounds through a brand new handgun that I just bought, no issues, no jams, amazing performance. My buddy who had a bad idea of steel rounds was surprised with how much he enjoyed shooting them.
Cheap and good
Glocks eat this up with no issues. Accurate at 10 yards drills. Cheap cost. No picking up brass I won't reload anyhow. Get it cheap and stack it deep. Since when does your ammo get wet? Never! Save your cash and buy all you can.
Out of spec too long jams in the mag every time
I ran out of WPA. Opened this box and instantly found out what it was like to bend and almost ruin my factory glock mag loader helper pusher tool thingy. The rounds get stuck inside the mag and when loaded they just stay stuck so they don't feed up out and that's it. I checked sizes vs other ammo and these are .15 mm longer than the next longest I have, and .55 mm longer than the hornady home defense stuff for what it is worth. I will never trust this brand again and I am now asking how do you know you won't receive a TON of bad ammo at your own expense?
I would never buy again
I bought based on a high amount of positive reviews. Apparently, it was a mistake. I received it last week and already there are signs of corrosion on cases. The flash from the shoot like from antiair gun. The gun stuck once, during 250 rounds session. To say that the gun was dirty is not to say anything. The barrel soaked in the cleaner for 30 min before I could return it to its original state. I'm very surprised that so many people left positive reviews. I would never use such ammo again. You get what you pay for and then regret :) I used them in CZ PO1. Stay away.
My Glock 19 Gen5 didn’t like it!
I bought a new G19 Gen5 and 1000 rounds of this ammo for a pistol immersion course. After 200 rounds, I started noticing that cartridges remained stuck in the chamber. I had to rack the slide really hard to clear it. In order to solve the problem, I used some solvent and a brass brush to clean the chamber every 200 / 250 shots, until this became annoying. I decided to continue the course with my G34 Gen4. No problem whatsoever. Other shooters were also using earlier G19 and had no problems. It seems that the new “Glock Match Barrel” included in the Gen5 does not like steel cased ammo, possibly to lower tolerance to increase accuracy.
Runs great in my Shield
Bought this for the price and shot it through my Shield with no errors! Like many previous reviews said, it'll matter the gun if it'll feed Steel casing so definitely know what's compatible with your firearm. Thanks LuckyGunner will be back
Dirty and will not run in my match grade guns
This ammo wont run through my match grade guns but those guns not designed to the same tolerance will run it fine. The ammo is has a lot residue, the gun needs to be cleaned after a few rounds.
So far so good
Ordered 1,000 rounds which arrived insanely quickly.
Several hundred through the Glock 17 and Glock 19 so far, not a single issue or malfunction.
The ammo isn't even AS dirty as some reviews make it seem.
For target shooting, excellent value with this stuff.
Jammed only once over 800 rounds
So far I have used more than 800 rounds over the course of 6 months and it only jammed once when the magazine was full. 17 round magazine of a S&W M&P 9mm full size. Somewhat clean, my M&P is tan and the powder hasn't affected the color yet, easy to clean. Very happy, buying more today.
Perfect for me
Shot 400rds with my brand new Cz P-10c with Mil-Comm TW25B grease and did not run into a single issue. Impressed with the ammo and the gun. I'm not very accurate with my handgun yet so this ammo is perfect for practice
Never had a problem
Never had a problem with Tula. It may be a little dirty, but so what. I have a Glock 43 and a Smith & Wesson MP9. I don't see the point of practicing with expensive ammo. This stuff is the cheapest and it works fine for me.
Mostly awesome but...
I have run 3000+ rounds of this through my Springfield, Taurus compact, and Smith and Wesson with absolutely no issues. My husband runs 8 bullets through his Walther and gets a minor fte on #3 and then a major jam on round 8. Just to check, we had a friend try it in his Walther PPX...another jam (this on round 16). Recommend for everything but Walthers.
Bought 1000 rounds, put 200 through on the first trip to the range. Cleaned the gun and a few days later I put 500 through in a 2 hour session. Not a single problem either time. Don't hesitate too long because now I came back to the site to stock up and they are sold out.
No FTF or FTE.
Shot 700+ put of 1,000. No FTF or FTE OR Stovepipes. Every shot went bang. Cheap to shoot. Its my go to for varmits or target shooting. Used in Taurus PT809, Ruger LC9s and a Kimber. probably wont buy again as I will be buying steel targets and dont want to use a steel bullet on a steel target.
Fired a few thousand rounds of Tula ammo through my glock22, glock 21, glock17. haven't had any issues, didn't clean my guns right away, went back next day and everything kept firing true. Keep everything lubed..... general rule of thumb, but the ammo does what it's supposed to.
You can't beat the price for plinkin. Over 1000 rounds through G19; not one issue! Accurate. Reliable. Cheap. That said, they are dirty. The casing is rough; i have never had a problem with my single stacks, but i wouldn't want to bet my life on them.
great for high volume shooters
I have fired thousands of rounds of this stuff and had only 1 failure to fire and only a handful of failure to feed,most likely the guns or my fault. Power is above average at around 1200 fps. Store in a sealed can or dry environment because it will rust in a humid environment.
Love Lucky Gunner!! Fired my first 1000 rounds with my G19. 1 FTF & 1 FTE. Good accuracy. You'll probably get some light fires also. But hey it's a cheaper round and if your like me save where you can. Ck with your range before you buy. Will buy again.
I use these for shoots where I can't do brass collection (or don't want to). I have not had a single FTF/FTE on the 2000 rounds I have purchased and ran through. I am on the next 1000 and so far so good. Can hardly reload for this price. It may be a bit dirtier but clean your gun and you will be fine. I run up to 500 rounds a day in training sessions without issue. My only wish was that they made this available in a 124 grain round.
Absolute best for the price
Have bought 3k rounds of this stuff and have shot it through both a ported s&w shield and a PPQ. I have had ZERO malfunctions while using this ammo. It does have a little friction in a large double stack mag, but at 15 rounds, it's not enough to cause feeding issues. I recommend this ammo to everyone I know who has a 9mm.
Best training ammo around
If you are going through thousands of rounds per year this is your best bet. I've shot 3-4k of this stuff and I've only had a few failures to fire, which is acceptable for me considering the cost savings when compared to other 9mm manufactures.
good value, works well enough.
Works fine in a S&W Shield. Use it to train the kids or allow friends to shoot it. Average accuracy no FTE or FTF
Why not buy a case along with your better stuff? It's cheap enough yet heavy as hell. I had it along with the "Mo betta" 9mm shipped ....OVER 50 LBS? Yup! Almost gave me a hernia,... so be careful. L.G rocks! Why lucky? You're lucky to know about them!
Cheap and effective
Great ammo especially when on sale or a bulk discount price. Be mindful of using at indoor ranges. Some of them don't like or even ban steel-cased rounds. But still completely worth buying for the price!
Good, but be careful!
Ammo works fine, shoots well enough. Be careful making this purchase because not all ranges allow steel cases ammo because one one of two reasons (or both), as I learned from personal experience:
1. The steel casings can cause quite the fire hazard with the backstops at most indoor ranges.
2. Indoor ranges don't want to pickup steel casings when they recycle the used casings.
I have shot this ammo in both my G19 and G43 with no issues. I believe it shoots much cleaner than some of the more popular brands (like American Eagle) but it is refused at my indoor shooting range due to the fact that the bullet is steel. I don't understand this bias, but for outdoor ranges it seems to be accepted. A great ammo for the price and performance.
Quality Product and my new favorite round for the range.
I just can't say enough of how great this ammo is. Please ignore all bad reviews. It's a perfect match for my Glock 43 and my new Walther Creed can't get enough of this round. Ammo is really not much dirtier than most other popular brass choices. I'd highly recommend this product to anyone! Try it and you'll not be disappointed.
Best bang for the buck.
For the price you get a great deal of ammo that goes bang and is as accurate as any number of other ammo. I've been using this stuff for years and can't say I've ever had any issues. After thousands of rounds and counting, it's my choice of ammo for budget plinking.
My first Luckygunner.com purchase, they were on my door step in less than 48hrs! Shot about 500 rounds in my PX4 subcompact and 92FS with no issues. A bit dirtier than brass, but a great value! I will buy them again for the range.
Satisfied customer all the way!!!
First off, like my last orders, great shipping. I keep getting my orders in a timely fashion and that makes me happy! LG, I enjoy purchasing from your website and getting new opportunities to get newly priced stuff. It's always different and the ammo....hey, it's cheap and reliable for range, practice or stormy situations. I work for a living so i cant complain. Great job!
great cheap ammo
so i put 500 of these thru my glock 17 had problems with jamming but it was the magpul mags so i took them all apart and put gun oil on the springs and it fixed the jamming problems put 250 and not one single jam ammo is excellent deal but dirty any way you still have to clean your guns will absolutely buy more
Cheap is good
Got these at $0.16/round for plinking. I've gone through over 300 rounds with only one that did not fire. FTF's at the range are acceptable at this price. I shopped every site and Luckygunner.com was still cheaper WITH shipping than other sites that offered free shipping.
My wife love this ammunition for the range. Work simple as Perfect in ours Glock 19. With other always some misfires but 0, none with this one. And the price & fast shipping nobody compete with this. Thanks luckygunner. See you next week again.
Dirtier than most, misfires in Glocks and Beretta
Tried 2 different models of Glocks with factory mags and PMags with same results. Failure to feed and Failure to eject. I'm guessing that the rougher texture of steel casing just doesn't feed well in my semiautomatic pistols. Great price for 1000 rounds and shipping was quick and painless.
Making my second orer
Don't believe the one bad review he is probably shooting one of those $100 pistols. My lc9 and my high point carbine both eat it like candy. If you have trouble with this ammo oil your gun or throw it away.
Not Worth It
Purchased ammo from Lucky Gunner previously. But this junk, junk for me anyway was worthless. In a brand new P99c FTF and FTE like it was a parade! So disappointed with this stuff! Bought other brands of ammo from Lucky Gunner, .40 .45 which was outstanding, this crap you and KEEP!
I have shot several hundred rounds through my Glock and have not ran into any issues to date. From what I have experienced the rounds work well making holes in my target and go bang when I pull the trigger. Nice product at reasonable price.
Haven't seen any better for range ammo
The bride and I have run 2000 rounds of this through three different guns. Zero problems to date. It doesn't look pretty and is a bit dirtier but for the price........ We visit the range 2-3 days a week and this cannot be beat so far as I have seen!
Great target practice round
The indoor range I use allows steel casings. I fired off 150 rounds in my Glock 17 Gen4 and no problems, no jams, no misfires. So far so good - a solid buy - the reviews I've seen are much better for semis than for revolver use.
Twin glock 43s
Very fast shipping! Great ammo, wont be disappointed! just click add to cart and don't look back. 400 rounds in and not a single failure with our perfections! will definitely buy again. Happy shooting! Thanks lucky gunner keep up the great work!
Ammo - Not Bad. Price - Great!
This stuff is the perfect answer for reloaders (like me) who want to shoot matches but can't stand the thought of leaving their brass on the ground. TulAmmo functions great, even though it is a little dirtier than US brands, and you can't beat the price.
Works for me.
I have purchased Tula ammo for use in my semi-autos when I can't chase down brass at an outdoor or indoor range. It has functioned well in several different pistols and is affordable to practice with. LG customer service has also been flawless.
I have bought over 3000 .45acp and about 1500 9mmluger rounds.
Never had a ftf in close to 5000 rounds. I don't reload so no consequence. Lucky gunner has great service. I would like to note Glock 17, 19 and 21 no issue. Both my 1911's gobble them. I am confused about all the people saying no indoor use. There are now American manufacturers using steel cases. I shoot 3 times a week at 3 different ranges and No one has ever mentioned it. In fact some ranges have steel cased ammo for sale.
Over 1000 rds in both my Glock 19 and SW Shield no worries
I have fired over 1000 rds in both my 9mm Glock 19 and SW Shield and have had no jams, issues or problems. One indoor range wouldn't let me use. They just said it was policy, but couldn't give me a reason for the policy. I would recommend ammo.
A great value - This is my new GO TO ammo for the range.
I purchased the 1000 rounds and was extremely pleased with the exceptionally fast delivery. 200 rounds through my Glock G19 and not one issue. 15-round grouping at 10 yards was excellent. (I am fortunate to have my own outdoor range on my 5-acre property, so no issues with using this ammo on someone's indoor range.) After cleaning my handgun I noticed that this ammo runs much cleaner than the American Eagle I have been using. I will certainly purchase this and other products from LUCKY GUNNER again.
Disappointed to say the least
Jammed my SR9 20 rounds in. I probably had 20 fte's in the 200 rounds I shot tonight. Doesn't load as nicely as brass cased rounds. Didn't have any issues with smoke, seemed average to me. I wouldn't buy this again.
Great target ammo
I recently purchased 2000 rounds. I put a few hundred through my Glock 43 with no problems. Cleaned my weapon when finished and found this ammo to be no dirtier than the more expensive ammunition. Good deal for the money you wont be sorry. Mark Paris TN
Dirty, but reliable training round
Hey man-functional reliable (in my service back-up weapon M&P Shield 9) went bang each time in my XD-9 and Smith and Wesson Shield 9. Wash your hands as always; there might be increased toxicity with such a cheap Russian round.
This Tula 9mm is a great value for the money, delivery was ahead of schedule, and shipping cost nominal. A fine product that performs well in all firearms I've run it through from milsurp pistols up to my Springfield Range Officer 1911.
I have shoot about 2,000 rounds of this ammo and have yet had a misfire. I shot a Sig Sauer P320 Carry and it shoots fine. I also have shot it out of my Glock 43 and it does just fine as well. It is a little dirty but just clean your gun and you will be fine.
For those who like the color of silver, this is great ammo. I have burned up about 400 rounds in Taurus PT92 and Glock 17. Both guns love it and surprisingly it is real clean. No issues. I will buy more from LG . Thank you.
Good range rounds, best price
Shot 850 rounds with my S&W MP Shield, no problems. Shot 150 with Taurus - not as good, 2 FTE's and 3 FTF's, wouldn't recommend for Taurus. Will continue to buy for the Shield - just clean your guns thoroughly. Fast delivery, thanks Lucky Gunner!
Shot 300 rounds the day I recieved the shipment...great Sooter for the price
I shot 300 rounds through a new Hi-point 995TS .No misfires ,no hang fires no stove pipes, I would recommend this for target practice anytime,at 75yards it was in a 4" pattern.
A Great Value