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TulAmmo Handgun Ammo
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TulAmmo Handgun Ammo - TulAmmo produces affordable ammo with steel casings since 1880.
TulAmmo Handgun Ammo - TulAmmo is used for sporting and training pistol shooting in shooting galleries and ranges. The cartridge keeps its qualities under various climatic and weather conditions no matter what the season is.
- Used for sporting and training pistol shooting
- Steel cases
- Full metal jacket slugs
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TulAmmo 380 ACP 91gr FMJ
Went through a box of 50 in a Beretta. Jammed after the 1st shot, but no problems after that. Jam could have been from the reassembling of the gun the last time it...Read complete review
Went through a box of 50 in a Beretta. Jammed after the 1st shot, but no problems after that. Jam could have been from the reassembling of the gun the last time it was cleaned, but I'm not sure. Ammo seemed a little on the dirty side, but no complaints when firing it.
Most Liked Negative Review
Completely unreliable. Won't even use for target practice.
I bought 2 boxes of .357 158 grain. The first box jammed my cylinder on my 586 after the 3rd shot. One bullet jumped crimp and another one had the primer back out....Read complete review
I bought 2 boxes of .357 158 grain. The first box jammed my cylinder on my 586 after the 3rd shot. One bullet jumped crimp and another one had the primer back out. Once I finally got the cylinder open the shells swelled to the point of being almost unremovable. Trying ammo from the 2nd box yielded the same results.
Reviewed by 15 customers
Bought a box for my Ruger SP101 .357 mag. Loaded 5 rounds, fired the first one and my gun completely locked up. Was finally able to swing out the cylinder then had to bang out the fired case with a hammer and screw driver. Now Im left with 49 worthless rounds.
The steel ammo case swell upon discharge and jams up your handgun. This is especially true of the .357 magnum ammuntion. I shot 5 rounds in my revolver and it took nearly 20 minutes to extract the spent casings. I am still worried that it damaged my cylinder and plunger of my $630 pistol. I literally gave 45 rounds to the proprietors of the range I was at in order to have them dispose of the ammo. I was not going to shoot it in my gun again because it is worthless junk. Spend a few extra bucks rather than risk damaging an expensive gun.
Bought a box of 38 special ammo and the shells would not come out. I'm going back to brass!
Never had any major problems with this brand in any caliber. It is a little dirty and it takes more force to eject in a revolver but runs just fine.
Shot the 9mm thru my Beretta m9, A Glock19, Springfield XD9 and Heckler & Koch VP9. No problems what so ever. The ammo shot straight and is good cheap target practice ammo. A bit dirty but I clean my guns after every shooting.I will be buying more of the TulAmmo 9MM.
I have a Ruger SP101. I bought several boxes of this ammo & have gone through a few of them. I was concerned because they cost less, but so far, have had no problems with jamming or with my revolver being extra dirty. I will buy more.
I bought these for my LCR 9mm. The shells expand so much I could not get them out of the cylinder. They caused my wife's Kimber to jam as well. Saving a dollar or 2 on a box of ammo is just not worth it.
Bought 2 boxes at SW here in Vegas. No FTF/FTE's Pistol was no dirtier than normal when shooting brass cased ammo.
i put 150 rounds to my 40 cal xd springfield and no problems when i got home the gun was super dirty. but i had no problems with the ammo at all
Bought 2 box of the 380. Had several jams with the ruger lcp. At least one per 6 rounds. Retured the other box. I guess you get what you pay for.
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