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TulAmmo .38 Special Ammunition, 50 Rounds, FMJ, 130 Grain

 
TULAMMO USA
TA038158
814950011548
2-TLTA038158
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For high-volume practice at the range, TulAmmo's .38 Special rounds are the economical choice. This .38 cartridge maintains consistent, reliable performance at an affordable price. Make sure you stock up and save before you head to the range.

Features and Specifications:
Caliber: .38 Special
Bullet Type: Full Metal Jacket
Category: Centerfire Ammunition
Bullet Weight: 130 Grains
Muzzle Velocity: 890 fps
Casing: Non-Reloadable Phosphate Polymer Coated Steel
Primer: Non-Corrosive Berdan Primer
50 Rounds Per Box
Usage: Target Practice
Bi-Metal Jacket (Copper Over Steel) Will Attract A Magnet
 

Item#: 2-TLTA038158
Total number of Reviews: 3

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1.0 5
"I was looking for inexpensive target ammo for my wife's charter Arms 38 special revolver. I could not remove the shells due to the polymer coating. I had to take a dowel to hammer them out. If you are using a revolver, this is not the ammo to use."
4.0 5
"If you have a revolver cylinder with rough charge holes, it may be a bit sticky. My Smith 442 had no such issues. Just a firm single finger push on the ejector rod was all it took. I will say, do not let the empties sit in a hot cylinder. and the cylinder cool before you eject them. That can bump up the sticky-ness. Don't get me wrong, this is some dirty ammo. Revolver is DIRTY after 50 rounds. But it cleans up easy. Accuracy is OK, so I call it a good value for training."
5.0 5
"I fire a box at a time, 250rds total, through my Taurus 605 snub nose .357 with no problems, and a buddy fired it through his S&W airweight without issue. I've had Taurus issues before with cylinder jamming and needing to cool, but not ammo specific and not since I sent it for servicing a few years ago. As for steel case ammo, I've fired well over 4000 rounds of this brand, Maxxtech, Wolf, Brown Bear, etc, of 9mm through my Glock 17 without a single problem."