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TulAmmo .38 SPL 130 Grain FMJ 50 Round Box 890 fps

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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.
Caliber: .38 Special
Bullet Weight: 130 Grains
Bullet Type: Full Metal Jacket
Muzzle velocity: 890 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#: 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."