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TulAmmo .380 ACP Full Metal Jacket Polymer Coated Steel Case, 91 Grain, 1010 fps, 50 Round Box, TA380910

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Unequaled Value! Unquestioned Performance!
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.

The .380 ACP (Automatic Colt Pistol) is also known as the .380 Auto, 9x17mm, 9mm Short, 9mm Kurz and 9mm Corto.The cartridge 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.

Caliber: .380 ACP
Bullet Weight: 91 Grains
Bullet Type: Full Metal Jacket Projectile
Muzzle Velocity: 1010 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-3220,64053,2-TLTA380910BX,9-246677
Total number of Reviews: 51

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1.0 5
"Bought 4 boxes for my lcp, loaded up a 6 mag-3 jams out of the first six rounds,and the agony continued thereafter."
– Bigace
4.0 5
"I purchased 5 boxes of this ammo and shot two last weekend with my brand new Ruger LCP. I did not have a single failure of any sort. I would recommend this to anyone for range duty."
– Jason
2.0 5
"I fired a box of this ammo though my NAA Guardian 380. A few of the rounds did not go off the first time but other than that good ammo to practice with. Dont trust your life on it though."
– Joseph
3.0 5
"I purchased 3 boxes of these to try out my new LCP. I went through 1 box and only had 1 jam when cycling from magazine to chamber. I dropped the magazine, pushed the bullet back into place and put the mag back in. I didn't have any more problems with it. I have a set of Wolff springs on their way and gonna see if that improves the cycle."
– dasfast
4.0 5
"Ran 2 boxes thru my Bersa Thunder .380. Shot very well, but clogged up the firing pin. Will use again, but take my cleaning kit with me next time."
– Hellfiring Dad
5.0 5
"I have a KelTec .380 auto that is picky about ammo. I bought one box of the Tulammo just to see how it would perform. I ran the entire box, non stop, through my little \"Mouse\" gun last weekend and it performed perfectly. I Just ordered more, good ammo at a great price. Thank you, Russia and thank you, CTD."
– keltecgirl Oregon
3.0 5
"TULA's .380 ACP required a second squeeze of the trigger maybe 5 times out of a 50 rd box, and Walthers are finicky w/ their ammo, so okay for practice. I still use TULA in a variety of 9mm, 40 S&W, and .45 ACP pistols with no problems."
– Marathoner
4.0 5
"I bought five boxes at a great price and shot two boxes through my Bersa today. I had no problems at all. It's good range ammo."
– 34109
5.0 5
"I bought 5 boxes of this ammo for my Colt Mustang 380 and shot up one box, good accuracy and no problems whatever."
– TraderJake
2.0 5
"I picked up a box of this for my fianc\uFFFD to practice with in her Taurus TCP. The TCP shoots Hornady, Anguilla, and Winchester with no problem. We didn't have a single 6 round mag that didn't have at least 1 FTE. I spent a considerable amount of time dislodging shells and it just frustrated my fianc\uFFFD (a new shooter honing her skills). If you can only afford this for target practice than be prepared for some TLC. I would spend a bit more and get better bullets."
– Croz
1.0 5
"Shot 200 rounds at range thru Ruger LCP. I got at least one jam per clip! Sometimes more. This ammo jams way too much to be effective. I cannot recommend this, not even for target practice."
5.0 5
"I bought 3 boxes for my new Ruger LCP. First time out with the pistol I fired 120 rds. with no problems. I then fired the remaining 30 out of my NAA Guardian with zero problems. This ammo from CTD is a great deal."
– Dirtneck
2.0 5
"10 misfires out of 50 is terrible. It makes a day at the range very frustrating. Spend more and buy better ammo"
– Dacula, GA
3.0 5
"I bought 5 boxes and fired all 250 rounds through my Taurus 738 TCP. I only had one dud in the bunch. There were a few failure to feeds, but that is only after firing about 50 rounds, which a dirty feed ramp would give you this problem. I would suggest a person to fire about 500-1000 rounds of premium practice ammo to break a new gun in first and then use this ammo if you want to save money for target practice."
– Derrick
4.0 5
"200 rounds fired perfect from my wife's Bersa Thunder .380. Will buy again!"
– Mlamb751
1.0 5
"I bought 5 boxes because of the attractive price - a very bad investment. I own 4 .380s. I could not use it at all in my 2 old Colts because they misfired on every round & do not have double-strike feature; neither of these Colts has ever missfired before during the 50+ years I have been shooting them. My DAO Grendel P-12 would fire this junk, averaging 3 strikes per round to get ignition. My Sterling PL did the same but I had to keep recocking the external hammer. The only good news is that it groups pretty well. No wonder you accept no returns on this trash ammo!!"
– Cap'n Julio
5.0 5
"Took 150 rounds off this out to the range and blew through it without one dud in the whole lot. If you're looking to get some range time in just to get comfortable with a new piece, this is the stuff. I've already ordered 150 more."
– wkgclass
5.0 5
"Great ammo for the range. My Taurus PT738 loves this ammo. Fired 100 rounds, no ftf or fte."
– merk
5.0 5
"I bought a couple boxes for my Lorcin 380. I figure for under $12/a box, I can't really go wrong. Well, the only thing I can complain about is I didn't buy more, but I will be. No jams, FTF's or FTE's. It loads and goes bang when I point and pull the trigger and made a hole in the target, I'm happy."
– ShooterGirl
5.0 5
"Fired just fine out my PK380. They can be picky on the ammo they like, I had no problems"
– swade
5.0 5
"No mis-feeds and when you pull the trigger it goes bang. 200 rounds through a Bersa without a problem. I'll buy it again."
– JS
5.0 5
"I have ran 70 rounds of this ammo thru a older Bersa, it has done very good. I like the color and feel of it also."
– Farmer Brown
1.0 5
"The first 200 rounds ran great through my Bersa Thunder 380. I came back for more and bought 500. I get a feed failure on 1 out of 10 rounds. Checked the gun and recleaned and oiled but still failed to feed. The rounds are under pressure and the slide doesn't make full travel. Switched to Lawman 380 and Federals and had no problems with the same gun. Too bad they are inconsistant and have poor quality controls. At these prices it would have saved a bundle."
– JS
1.0 5
"Bought two boxes for practice only (thankfully) and had 8 out of 15 misfires FTF. from tarus 738 TCP. Before giving up on this ammo. Hornaday & Winchester fired & cycled perfect.I have another 380 I'll try it in, To see if I can use it up,but don't have high hopes. Don't waste your money and get a better round. It's VERY iffy at best and could be dangerous as a hangfire."
– Dissapointed!
2.0 5
"I bought this along with 8 other types of .380 just to be thorough in my ammo tests with the new Walther PK380. I had two failures in 25 rounds (1 double feed and 1 failure to feed). It seems dirty and of course it is steel case which may damage the extractor."
– Jon
3.0 5
"I picked up a box of these to test in a Walther PK380 and a Keltec P3AT. I shot about half a box through each. The Walther absolutely did NOT like this ammo, jamming twice in the first 10 rounds or so. However, the Keltec ripped through 25 or so rounds without a hiccup. Perceived recoil in both guns was moderate to light compared with several other loads I evaluated. The ammo seemed a bit dirty but nothing a good cleaning wouldn't easily fix. I would buy them as practice ammo for my Keltec, but other guns may not fare so well."
– Jon
1.0 5
"I tried these in my Sig P238. I had never had a misfire before. About every other round misfired. I'll never purchase TulAmmo again."
– Fred
5.0 5
"Suprisingly good ammo for the price. will buy more soon."
– pammpa from pomona
3.0 5
"Cycled a couple boxes through my Ruger LCP. Had 2-3 failures to load per box and 1-2 failures to fire per box. The failures to fire had dimpled primers, but fired fine after being reloaded into the mag and cycled through again.Not perfect, but OK for the low price."
– drakey
1.0 5
"So many rounds misfired I thought my gun was broken, but it was the Ammo!"
– jjjjjjjjjj
1.0 5
"Do not even think about getting this ammo. My ruger LCP keep jamming and having misfires right from the first box. Poor quality you get what you pay for ."
– Casho
3.0 5
"Just returned from the range with my wife. We both ran 50 rounds through our Bersas. LOL, LOL. Powder spots all over our faces and shirts. Yes they all loaded, fired and ejected. But the laugh we got from the powder spots was worth the price per box. We'll stick with PMC thank you."
– Tom VG
1.0 5
"Well, there's not much to say other than what the title says. Put this ammo in my Taurus pocket pistol, and every other round had to be fired twice to actually go off. Not impressed."
– 308
1.0 5
"I bought this ammo thinking I was getting a great value but boy was I wrong. Went out the range and every other bullet misfired. Thought it was my pistol but it was the bullets. I would not recommend this ammo unless you want ammo that misfires every other time... Other wise stay away, far away! Not a bargain."
5.0 5
"Put 100 rounds through my Taurus TCP-738. Not a single hitch. Not sure that I would trust my life to this stuff, but for cheap practice ammo it is working great for me."
– Denverd0n
1.0 5
"I had 2 misfires in one box with my Bersa Thunder CC. I had to pull trigger again in order for it to fire. Tula makes solid ammo, as I shoot their 45 ammo all the time, without a problem. However, I'll pass on the .380 ACP ammo."
– 380
1.0 5
"A lot of bad primers! About 1 in 5, to be exact."
– Nick
5.0 5
"I tried a box of this for my Bersa Thunder .380 just trying to find some cheap ammo to shoot with. Being very skeptical after reading other reviews I shot a box of 50 as fast as I could pull the trigger to try and get it to jam. I could not get it to jam and did not have any problems what so ever shooting this ammo. It was not as dirty as others have claimed. I will be ordering more!"
– Chad
3.0 5
"Bought these for the price, fully aware I might not be getting the best quality. I would probably only buy them again if I was going target shooting, but definitely wouldn't buy them for home protection or to use to carry. Not sure if it's since they are steel or if they just foul up more, but I had constant jams. After 150 rounds, my brand new Walther PK380 was a lot filthier than if it was when using standard brass ammo. Jammed every other mag when using these but with brass I haven't gotten a single jam yet."
– Sean
1.0 5
"Bought 50 rounds to try in my wife's Ruger LCP. Every third round or so, it jammed (stove pipe or failure to feed). It appeared to not have enough blow back to push the slide backwards."
– Test Fire
1.0 5
"Bought this for my Taurus TCP. Will not even chamber. Never got to fire a round. How can a manufacturer field a product that does not work with firearms it is designed for? Utter trash."
– Korgon
1.0 5
"Purchased three boxes of this ammo to use for the range. Never had a problem with my Bersa Thunder .380 until I used these rounds. Shot off one round and it started jamming. Went to my CCW class and even the instructor could not get the gun to work. NEVER had a problem with it until I shot these. Will never buy this brand again!"
– Lauren
3.0 5
"I bought a box of this while evaluating ammo for my wife's new PK-380, and also to try in my Kel-Tec P3AT. The Walther ate up 50 rounds with no problems, but the Kel-Tec had a couple FTFs due to \"weak primer hits,\" which I believe are actually \"overly hard primers.\" My P3AT has digested everything I've thrown at it except this stuff. Minus 1 bullet for FTFs and minus one for steel case (nonreloadable)."
– Jon R
1.0 5
"Breaking in my new S&W Bodyguard until I started using this cheap ammo. It jammed and wouldn't fire. Didn't even get a shot off. I don't recommend it, especially since you can't return ammo to Cheaper Than Dirt!"
– Joe
1.0 5
"I bought a box of this because of the price and I don't feel that the 3.00 saved was worth the hassle. I had three FTF's out of 50 rounds. Each round that did fire had hard primers so I had to pull the trigger twice for each shot, luckily my PPK is DA/SA so I didn't have to do anything but pull the trigger twice. Shoots very dirty, my poor gun looked wretched when I got home. I was so disappointed. I don't feel like I got any practice from these rounds. It was just a hassle. I wanted to get rid of them and get out of there. I would maybe suggest this as a gift to someone you despise. I'll spend the extra 2-3 bucks for ammo that works."
– Pat m
1.0 5
"Since having good luck with this ammo in my Bersa Thunder in the past, I decided to purchase eight boxes, thinking that if it cycled in that, it would have to cycle in my Sig P238. Wrong! This stuff feeds fine. The problem is, it's too big, especially around the rim. The extractor can't get hold of it, so it won't fully enter battery. Once the extractor grabs it, you can't remove the round until it completely enters battery, so it was a real pain in the butt. A lot of unnecessary physical force to get the slide back far enough to unjam the round from the chamber. Will not buy again! That said, CTD shipment arrived quickly as usual! No complaints there!"
– Alex
1.0 5
"Way too many misfires and jams with this ammo. I won't buy it again."
– Cj
1.0 5
"Bought 200 rounds for my wife's P238 Sig. The P238 will not go into battery for any of these rounds. Took the ammo to my firends at the local gun shop and their .380 semi-autos wouldn't fully chamber a round either. After close examination we realized that the bullet is not pushed into the casing far enough. When you try and chamber the round the bullet wedges into lands before the slide can completely go into battery. Buyer beware."
– NotHappy
1.0 5
"ammo jams on every other round. JUNK in my book!"
– yates
5.0 5
"Bought a couple of boxes to break in my 738 TCP. Had ZERO FTF FTE or light primer strikes, great plinking ammo for the price!"
– Dillon
1.0 5
"I ordered 5 boxes of 380 auto. Casings jam when slide goes forward. Used a bodygaurd and a Sig p238. Same problem with both. Had to get a gunsmith to knock bullet back out of barrel. He finally got bullet to fire, but told me never use that ammo again."
– Jetwelder1