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TulAmmo .357 Magnum Ammunition 50 Rounds, FMJ, 158 Grain

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Try some TULAMMO, manufactured at the Tula Cartridge works in Russia. Founded in 1880, Tula Cartridge Works is one of the most significant producers of small-arms ammunition in the world. Over the past several years the factory launched production of a wide variety of commercial products for training, self-defense, and hunting. Such ammunition is marketed Worldwide under the trademark TULAMMO.

Features and Specifications:
Manufacturer Number: TA357158
Caliber: .357 Magnum
Bullet Weight: 158 Grain
Bullet Type: Full Metal Jacket
Muzzle velocity: 1280 fps
Polymer coated steel case
Bimetal jacket (copper over steel) will attract a magnet
Berdan Primed
Non corrosive
Non reloadable
50 Rounds per Box


Item#: AMM-3150
Total number of Reviews: 13

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4.0 5
"This ammo works well in my Winchester '94. The bullet nose is flat, so there is little risk of it causing issues with the round in front of it while in the tube. Feeding was flawless after each spent casing was extracted. I can't speak to accuracy, as I didn't have a means to solidly support the rifle. The negative for this round is that it will not work well in my S&W revolver. The steel cases expand too much and get stuck in the cylinder. So maybe a three bullet rating is more appropriate, since it isn't a good round for use in a revolver. But I do like them for my Winchester."
4.0 5
"I just got a new, Puma 92 lever action carbine. Bought a few boxes of .357 Magnum to compare. This stuff worked great at the range. I was just shooting from a seated position, elbows resting on the bench, with a buckhorn sight, and no rest. Got some nice groupings at 25m and a fair number in the black. No feed or eject problems. Compared to some BVAC stuff I was shooting, I liked this better. Will be ordering more."
2.0 5
"Just like the review prior to this, these expand and get jammed in both my Ruger and Rossi revolvers. I have to pry them up or pop these out with a screw driver. They are accurate, but it's a hassle to get them out."
5.0 5
"Good general practice ammo. Works well out of S&W 3 inch blued Model 13 FBI type service pistol. Recoil not bad, price was well worth buying bulk lots. I carried a .357 revolver for 19 years before my L/E agency changed to 9mm S&W, then junk Glock. Bring back Model 13 any day real gun. .357 Mag. is the best"
4.0 5
"I really like the power behind these rounds and the design of the bullet. I purchased a couple of boxes just to see what to expect, and as stated or outlined in a couple other reviews, only really tried it in one revolver so far, and all of the cases seemed to expand in the cylinder chambers. Would be interested in getting more and trying it more thoroughly in other revolvers and Winchester 97 Trapper model. Cases getting stuck at range wouldn't be too big a deal, but in your protection gun?"
1.0 5
"Horrible rounds, casing swells up making it almost impossible to remove from the cylinder, this ammo is being fired from a Ruger SP101. Unfortunately I have 100 rounds left, I will be taking a pair of pliers next time."
2.0 5
"First of all, it shot really well and was very reliable. However, it really expands in the cylinder and after 2-3 cylinders starts to get difficult to extract. After 5-6, I had to let my gun (5 inch GP100) sit for about 2-3 minutes to let it cool so I could extract the casings. The .38 Special Tul works well but the .357 must be just a little too high pressure/heat for reliable extraction after semi-extended use."
2.0 5
"I bought these for my Ruger GP100, and though every round fired just fine, the casing expanded a lot. After 3 or 4 shots, the cylinder had trouble rotating, and extracting the shells took a bit of effort. Comparing these with the standard Winchester and Remington rounds, these seemed to be lacking in power."
4.0 5
"4 stars only because it's cheap and works well in my r92. Feeds fine and goes bang each round. Perfect ammo to plink and break in my new lever action. HOWEVER!!! Not recommended for a revolver. It WILL expand,and jam in the cylinders."
2.0 5
"I wish that I had read the reviews before I bought it to shoot out of my S&W Model 19 revolver. Would not have dreamed that the cylinder would get sticky to rotate and they would not want to eject. Could not shoot the gun double action after the first shot. They seemed to shoot quite consistent & accurate but what a pain in the bum."
1.0 5
"On a friend's recommendation for TUL's 9mm ammo, I bought this .357 ammo for my S&W 686 Plus. This ammo jammed the cylinder almost every other load. I had to jam the release into the shooting bench to remove the spent rounds. I would not recommend this at all based on my first shoot."
1.0 5
"purchased this ammo for practice in my windicator 357 mag nickle . was verry happy for the cheap price. i finnaly was able to use the ammo a couple of days ago at the range, put six rounds in pistol and fired 1 ok 2 cylinder wouldnt turn, fiddled with cylinder and was able to get 2 more rounds off. so 4 out of 6. really had to work to get the cylinder open and then the 4 rounds i fired were jammed in cylinder and i mean jammed the two rounds that i didnt fire fell right out."
1.0 5
"Don't buy these ammos if you have a revolver. I made a big mistake buying this brand. The shell casings keep on getting stuck in my 357 revolver. I have to push them out but a flat head screw driver. You'll be better off buying other brand with brass casings."