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TulAmmo 9mm Pistol Ammunition, 50 Rounds, FMJ, 115 Grains

 
TULAMMO USA
TA919150
814950011531
2-TLTA919150
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  • Non-returnable item. We will not accept any returns on this item.
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  • DESCRIPTION
  • REVIEWS
This 9mm full metal jacket bullet is used for sporting and training pistol shooting in shooting galleries and ranges. TulAmmo 9mm catridges function reliably with a polymer coating and non-projecting flange. This 9mm ammunition is non-corrosive and keeps its qualities under various climatic and weather conditions no matter the season.

TulAmmo has produced exceptional ammunition more than 125 years.

9mm ammo is also known and listed as 9x19mm, 9mm Parabellum, 9mm Para, 9mm NATO and 9mm Luger.

Important! Please Read! TulAmmo converted from a bi-metal jacketed round to a zinc coated round, which provides up to 10-15% better shooting accuracy. Both types of rounds may be in our warehouse, though we will select for you based on availability.

Features and Specifications:
Caliber: 9mm
Bullet Type: Full Metal Jacket
Category: Centerfire Ammunition
Bullet Weight: 115 Grains
Muzzle Velocity: 1230 fps
Casing: Non-Reloadable Polymer Coated Steel
Primer: Non-Corrosive Berdan Primer
50 Rounds Per Box
Usage: Target Practice
Bi-Metal Jacket Will Attract A Magnet
 

Item#: 2-TLTA919150
Total number of Reviews: 12

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1.0 5
"I bought 5 boxes of this ammo in anticipation of a new pistol that I was getting. Went to the range and 90% of the rounds failed to fire. Primer was struck hard, but did not shoot. All 5 boxes are are the same lot #, so I'm assuming I got stuck with 250 rounds of bad 9mm ammunition. And guess what ? its all non-returnable. I will never buy Tula ammo again"
2.0 5
"I had 2 serious jams out of 50 rounds. The cases are covered in a chemical that gums up causes them to get stuck in the chamber when the barrel gets hot. I had to pry the action open and really work on it to free the cases. It's cheap ammo, but bring tools with you when you shoot. Or, my advice: just spend an extra dollar or two for ammo that won't cause problems."
2.0 5
"Been shooting TulAmmo through my AR-15 and Kimber .45 and have had zero problems with those calibers. So, I tried out the 9mm. For some reason, I got 2 FTF, 2 FTL, and a stovepipe in a CZ RAMI. 3 problems out of 50 rounds = not a good percentile. Yes, just using this ammo for targets, but still... I can deal with an occasional FTL but not the complete fails. Shot 100 rounds of Federal right after and had no problems. It is what it is.... CHEAP ammo."
3.0 5
"Bought 2,000 rounds of this in two lots. First 1,000 functioned pretty well with only a few malfunctions. Second 1,000 has been frustrating, with many failures to eject (lengthwise stovepipes parallel to the barrel, that are sometimes hard to clear). I shoot mostly a Glock 19 Gen 4 (stock except for trigger job) in IDPA and Steel matches, so the frequent FTE malfunctions are annoying when I'm on the clock. If you want the cheapest ammo for plinking or non-timed target practice, this stuff is probably OK, but for timed matches, I won't buy it again."
5.0 5
"I've put hundreds of rounds of Tula through my 9mm, Ruger Mini-14, .380, .38 Special, and H&K USP .45 with no problems. I don't mind that people don't like this ammo, because it leaves more for me, and the prices are awesome. I have totally different ammo for self defense. This is good, cheap, reliable range ammo. And as for being dirty? Who cares? Cleaning up is half the fun after a long day of blasting holes in targets."
5.0 5
"Purchased over 1000 rounds. Shot off 350 so far. All bullets were shot in one session with a 9mm Glock 26. Never had a misfire/stovepipe/fouling/no-fire/problem. Will I be lucky and do all without trouble? Probably. The Glock has no trouble getting these gone.They are very smokey and smelly, true to other reviews. The cases aren't brass, of course. Accuracy isn't a problem, as I saw no difference between these and a good variety of brass case 9mm ammo I have used with the 26. For the price, compared to all other ammo going for far more, these are excellent rounds for practice. I have seen videos of other people having trouble with these in other guns, but if you have a hearty weapon made to function like a boss, TulAmmo is fine."
5.0 5
"I've shot over 8,000 rounds of this stuff through my Glock 17, 19, 26, Walther PPQ, and Smith & Wesson M&P 9 and 9c. It averages about one bad round per 1,000. All Failure to fire (bad primers). For range ammo at this price with as much as I shoot, I am willing to accept one bad round per 1,000. The price is right, I can't reload ammo this cheap."
5.0 5
"I bought two boxes (100 rounds) for my Glock 26 and it fed great and was superbly accurate. I've already ordered more and can't wait for it to get in!!"
4.0 5
"I use this as target ammo for my EAA Witness. Out of 700 rounds, I've only had two stovepipes. Not the ammo's fault, more like lazy operator cleaning. Not a single FTF. Different guns may get different results."
5.0 5
"Have fired many rounds through my EMP with no issues. Good ammo for the price. Will buy again"
5.0 5
"Ordered a thousand rounds as soon as it was in stock. Great deal, cheapest I was able to find. Shoots great through my SA XD-S. I will order and use this great range ammo as it becomes available."
5.0 5
"Sent 150 down range with my S&W with no issues. It is dirtier than others and that was expected. I will use this again for the practice sessions."