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

 
TULAMMO USA
TA038158
814950011548
AMM-3650
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Typically ships the same business day when ordered before 4pm CST.
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$10.69
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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#: AMM-3650
Total number of Reviews: 3

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1.0 5
"Don't even consider this stuff. I used a new 686 Plus test this ammo. I only fired a few rounds & that was enough. I maybe fired a total of three rounds. The cartridges were VERY difficult to eject, needed a hammer on ejection rod [ the steel swelled]. Next I fired one shot and the cylinder locked up, would not turn and would not open [opened eventually]. I would give it a lower score if possible. This not good range ammo and certainly not good self defense."
5.0 5
"I used on my 357 S&W works fine no jamms or any problems whatsoever perfect for shooting range my boy also shoot it and hit the target everytime, l will definitely will buy more at this bargain price."
5.0 5
"Bought this and was very pleased! Quite accurate, and no FTF or light primer. I will say that the extraction becomes a little stiff after shooting 5-6 cylinder's worth of rounds; however, I never had to get pliers out or a hammer. The .357 magnum Tul was definitely more sticky, but the .38 was fine for range use. Will buy again!"