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|Manufacturer||Tula Cartridge Works|
|Bullet Weight||180 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)|
|Ammo Caliber||.40 S&W (Smith & Wesson)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||990|
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Just finished firing 100 copper jackets and 500 steel jackets through a SR40c. The cases make them difficult to load and they do not work well in unused magazines, but there were no issues firing them. The ammo is not "dirty" and outperformed the basic Fiocchi's I used. I will be choosing the copper ones again.
Best bang for the buck...
Had a few choices for the same price for a box of 50 FMJ. The others were Italian with 160 & 170 grain so I opted the 180 grain TulAmmo. Steel case, non-corrosive, boxer primed. Grey jacketed. Fired clean in my M&P 40 Pro Series. This will be my ammo of choice for the range. But anyone loading a 15 cap. Mag should use a UpLula loader/unloader. No point in bending finger tips and pressing shells down with all your might, and slipping.
I will pass on this brand
No ftf's or anything like that but due to the steel case it is hard to load a full mag as the rounds do not slide as freely agains each other as brass.
During fire the rounds failed to chamber with about 3 rounds in the mag remaining. This was experienced in a Glock 23. I would consider this in a single stack or revolver however a double stack mag had minor issues.
Glock 22 gen 4
I ran100 rounds of this stuff in my Glock 22 Gen 4. In100 rounds I Never had any problems of any kind !! But like the rest of the viewers will say adout this ammo it is dirty .. Now that i know my Glock can take it going to buy 500 rds..
Put 200 rounds thru my new Cougar and it never hiccuped ...not once .Without nominal break in thats not bad.Accuracy was there... 40 ft ....pie plate size consistently.. Ejected great and pretty clean as well .For FMJ inexpensive 40 cal rounds I havent found anything better yet.
Best in class
Very clean ammo!
Have fired 300 rounds from my Beretta Vertec yesterday. Usually, I shoot Federal of Winchester and my stainless steel Beretta has black color all around the nose after first 100.
After using TulAmmo I do not see any dirt on it.
Shooting good grouping.
BEST Value for money. Period.
Have fired over 1,000 rounds of Tula .40 through a Glock 23 with only 3 FTF's which are blamed on grip control rather than manufacturer defect. Of those 1,000 rounds, only one has turned up with a bad seal on the primer, which is acceptable within 10% inspection tolerances. Tula cycles and ejects cleanly, and provides very reliable groupings at 25-35 feet. For a steel cased round at this price point, spending more on brass-thrown ammo is a waste of money. This is your plinking round, hands down. Stock up.
You're reviewing: 40 S&W - 180 Grain FMJ - Tula - 50 Rounds
Posted On: 6/14/2019 By: Coty shipman
Regular Price: $405.00
Special Price: $370.00
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