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Posted On: 8/29/2022
A: Thanks for reaching out Frank! The S&W M&P 9 Shield is chambered for 9mm. You may also see 9mm referred to as 9mm Luger or 9x19, but they're all different names for the same exact cartridge. I'll make your ammo search real easy for you, if you like. For target practice I highly recommend Speer Lawman 124gr FMJ ammo, and for personal protection I recommend police grade Speer Gold Dot 124gr JHP. The neat thing about the Lawman is that it's loaded to closely mimic the performance of the Gold Dot, so the time you spend firing your training ammo will give you a great feel for how your self-defense ammo will also behave. Here are the links to my recommendations:
Posted On: 7/3/2021
A: Yes sir! You live in one of the ammo-friendliest states in the country. We can deliver to anyone's doorstep there so long as they're 21 or older.
Posted On: 6/30/2019
A: Hi, Timmy! Yes, this ammo should run okay in your Glock 19x. Keep in mind, this is steel-cased ammo, so, make sure your local range allows the use of steel-cased ammo if you will be shooting there.
Posted On: 1/21/2017
A: Hello George,
Currently all Tula ammunition is manufactured with non-corrosive components. They no longer produce any ammunition loaded with corrosive powders or primers.
Posted On: 7/31/2014
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.
Posted On: 12/2/2013
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.
Posted On: 4/25/2012
A: Unfortunately, we are not able to ship ammo outside of the United States.