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TulAmmo 9mm Full Metal Jacket Polymer Coated Steel Case, 115 Grain, 1150 fps, 50 Round Box, TA919150

 
TULAMMO USA
TA919150
814950011531
AMM-4700
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Important ! Please Read ! TulAmmo is converting from a Bimetal Jacketed projectile to a Zinc Coated projectile. Zinc coating is a chemical method of surface treatment (galvanizing) which gives the bullet jacket a more uniform and consistent protective layer than that of machine-stamped bimetal bullet jackets. Thanks to this, cartridges with zinc-coated bullets provide up to 10-15% better shooting accuracy than cartridges with bimetal bullets. Both types of rounds are in our warehouse, we can not hand select which one you will receive and there is no choice.

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 cartridge 919 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. 9mm is also known and listed as 9x19mm, 9mm Parabellum, 9mm Para, 9mm NATO and 9mm Luger.

Specifications:
Caliber: 9 mm
Bullet Weight: 115 Grains
Bullet Type: Full Metal Jacket Projectile
Muzzle Velocity: 1150 fps
Polymer coated steel case
Bimetal jacket will attract a magnet
Berdan Primed
Non corrosive
Non reloadable
50 Rounds per Box

 

Item#: AMM-4700,9-246678,2-TLTA919150
Total number of Reviews: 158

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4.0 5
"Out of 500 rounds I had 4 that required a second strike to fire. I didn't notice any that seemed like they were not a full load. These are great for plinking and range use. Not real dirty or a lot of smoke."
– new
5.0 5
"I sent 250 rounds through my G26 yesterday with ZERO problems. The steel cases are pretty tough and feed smoothly. There's no funky smells. No heavy carbon left on my pistol. None of the failures that sometimes comes with less expensive ammo. I'm going to buy the bulk can before they are gone. If you need good practice ammo this is it!"
– WYOgunner
5.0 5
"I bought a bunch of the cheapest ammos available, and this made it as one of my favorites. It seems to be more consistent and accurate than Brown Bear, and its available in bulk. This means its cheaper after shipping than Brown Bear, and I think its better ammo. I'm torn between Tula and HTM for my bulk cheap plinking ammo, but I've hear that steel casings might eventually wear out some of the slide mechanics in semi-automatics. Who knows, but I like this ammo."
– Joe
5.0 5
"I was really surprised by this ammo. I bought 250 rounds to fire out of my brand new Taurus 24/7. I shot all 250 without any misfires. It is also accurate all the way out to 50 yards! I bought another 250 rounds and again had no problems. I even shot 100 rounds out of my 1985 Ruger. No problems whatsoever. All cartridges fired and ejected fine. It is also surprisingly clean. You can\uFFFDt beat this deal for 9mm ammo!"
– Kyle
5.0 5
"The polymer coating vs Brown Bear lacquer coating makes this worth the 30 extra cents per box. No extra residue (besides the carbon buildup). Don\uFFFDt worry about extra stress on gun parts because of the steel casings, as the ammo made of much softer steel than most guns (not counting pot metal) so no scratches. All the extractor is doing is grabbing the case and yanking it out. Just because the case is made of a different material won\uFFFDt change the forces acting on the extractor. Which leads me to: The rounds are also a bit underpowered. If anything, normal powered rounds will apply more stress on the gun's internals than underpowered ones.Conclusion: good plinking ammo that\uFFFDs almost as cheap as reloading considering component prices nowadays. Not really for self defense"
– Alex
1.0 5
"I shot 50 rounds yesterday and had 3 misfires and 1 dud. I was using a Sigma 9VE. I will not buy this ammo anymore."
– HUGO
4.0 5
"I have used both Brown Bear and Tula frequently. Both are extremely reliable and accurate in a variety of handguns including: Glock, Sig, CZ, EAA Witness, Walther P1 & P38, a WWII Luger, and a Kel-Tec Sub. Frankly, I find that they are about equal all around. I don't get a lacquer buildup from Bear, and Tula's polymer doesn't feed any better. I don't see one as any cleaner than the other; They are both dirty. That said, if another price scare occurs like the last presidential election, and the Russian products are still available, I will happily return to increased use of them and accept the extra cleaning effort."
– Marathoner
5.0 5
"Fell in love with this in .45 ACP. Decided to try it in 9mm too. Works perfectly!"
– zachFIU
1.0 5
"Sure, it is very cheap, but if it doesn't work, what's the point? This ammo kept getting stuck in my Ruger magazines and jammed frequently. Some mags I could only load halfway before rounds became stuck. One round was a capfire only and stuck a bullet halfway down the barrel of my PC9. Good thing I noticed and didn't fire again, or who knows what might have happened. If you have a lot of time and a low frustration threshold, this might do for you. Just don't depend on it to work."
– BD
4.0 5
"I was pleasantly surprised with this ammo. I shot 250 rounds with my Glock 17 without a problem. No dirtier than any other ammo I have fired. I shoot a lot on the range, so for the price it is perfect. I will be buying 1000 more rounds to have for future range days.Current police officer and former Marine."
– Ofc.Dan
4.0 5
"Went through an entire box without any issues or ftf. The only reason I did not give it 5 bullets is that the coating on the steel cases came off on my fingers. I will buy more of this now that I know it is a good round for plinking and target shooting. Each round went where it was suppose to from my Walther P99."
– britain22
5.0 5
"First time customer of Russian made TulAmmo 9mm ammo and at first considered the ammo a gamble. Boy was I wrong. I shot 100rds thru my Glock 26 without any feeding or extraction problems. In addition the ammo was accurate and grouped quite well at 15yds and 20yds. I think this ammo is a deal as a box of 50 sells for less than 50% of regular commercial ammo such as Rem, Win, CCI, etc...I am prior service and always objectively evaluate weapons and ammunition. Do yourself a favor and stock up on this stuff for hard times. Alton"
– Alton Suggs
5.0 5
"With the price of this stuff I can get to the range a lot more. It is accurate, cheap, and not that dirty. I already have over 300 rds. through my G19 with no problems. I have to buy more!"
– Neil
5.0 5
"In put 100 rounds through Glock 26 and XD(m) without a single issue. A great buy for plinking."
– Justin
2.0 5
"This ammo is extremely poor quality. The cases constantly got jammed when fed in my CZ-75 and in my friend's G19. When the slide was released it would get hung up about halfway in. This happened every second round for the 1st box and by my 3rd box it did get much better, but it was still extremely frustrating and made me doubt the reliability of my gun. I then tried some Winchester and Federal brass case ammo and it functioned 100%. If you want to save money and use steel cased ammo, Brown Bear functions much, much better and costs only slightly more."
– from MD
4.0 5
"I ordered 250 rounds to try in my Ruger SR9c. I also ordered Blazers and Federal SAS rounds. Fired 500 rounds of combined ammo through my Ruger with no problems. I mixed my mags, slow fire, rapid fire. All good. I have used Fiocchi and PMC as well, no problems with them. The only thing I will say about the TULA is that they seem a little hotter than other 115g ammo FMJ that I have shot. But it can't beat the price."
– Bob
5.0 5
"I put 250+ rounds through my Glock 19 flawlessly. You can't beat the price if you're on a budget looking for a reliable 9mm round."
– B2L
5.0 5
"I just put 150 rounds through my Glock 26 with no problems. I will be buying more."
– Steve
5.0 5
"I have put about 150 rounds through my Glock 17 without a single problem, and 250 rounds through my Glock 26, again, not a single issue. They do not seem to be any dirtier than other plinking ammo. I will be buying more."
– beemer01
2.0 5
"I bought 1,500 rounds of this ammo. I had no misfires. However, the ammo does not like to load right into any of my GLOCK factory or KCI mags. It often gets jammed and doesnt like to feed well. It also is very hard to fill the mags to capacity with out it getting jammed. You have to underload you mags to prevent jams. about 10 or 11 on 17 round mags. Just to make sure it wasnt the mags i reloaded all my mags with brass casing shells and they worked fine. It must be something with the steel poly coat that causes this. I will not buy more."
– Joe
4.0 5
"1) Surprisingly accurate2) The gun absolutely needs to be properly maintained (you should do it anyway)3) It is dirtier than many, my 92FS usually goes through 3 boxes of this stuff at a time with no problem. After that, I am better off cleaning it.(and yes - if not for the price I would not be using it)"
– Kalifornian
5.0 5
"Great ammo for the price, accurate, and clean and fed in my hi-point 9mm just fine. Will definitley come back for more."
– Glade
5.0 5
"Bought 1 box initially @ Walmart for $12; ran through my Glock 19 like sh** through a goose! Quickly bought 600 more rounds from CTD, because they are at least $2 cheaper than Walmart even with shipping. Initial order had an extra box that I DIDN'T order, and when I called them to pay for it they said no worries....love these guys! Great customer service, and quick shipping to boot! CTD offers high quality at wholesale prices, and will be buying all my ammo from them!"
– frababoy
4.0 5
"Ordered 5 boxes at noon on the 27th and got them at noon next day. Fast shipping. I got 3 duds out of 250 rounds from my XD."
– aks-74u
5.0 5
"I only purchased two boxes of this ammo to test it out in my six 9mm hanguns. big mistake i didnt have enough left for any fun.. The ammo functioned properly each time in each handgun. I'm buying 12 boxes today"
– T-BURNER
4.0 5
"Have been using these Russian ammos for a while - polymer-coated aluminum case bullets. Great range ammo for the price. Pros:- Price - 8 cents a bullet is pretty good. If you want cheaper, reload. - fairly low failure rate. I recently shot 350 rounds with one dud. Some cons:- you feel the friction when loading the magazine - ammo is a bit dirtier which can be bad when you're shooting a lot of rounds. Burnt powder can build up on the ramp creating feeding problems. A simple push on the slide will take care of it. - it is dirtier so you'll spend a little more time and cleaner but no big. As for some guns feeding problems, stove piping, etc, I'm not sure I'd want a gun that's finicky about ammo. I'd want one that will shoot pretty much any ammo."
– john_c
5.0 5
"I bought 500 rounds of this to put through my s&w sigma9. I haven't had 1 misfire or bad ejection, really accurate and for the price its great for the range. I'll be buying another 500 soon"
– sigma
2.0 5
"I wouldn't waste time on this stuff. I see some other people have some good reviews for it but I hate this ammo. Dirty and very low quality. It might just be my gun, but I had more jams, FTF's, etc. with this ammo than any other."
– Chewy
5.0 5
"I bought 250 rounds of this ammo to shoot through my new S&W Sigma. I shot 100 rounds the other day with only 1 failure to eject. Although someone else was shooting at the time so they probably were not holding it tightly enough. All of the other rounds were perfectly fired, accurate too. I don't think this ammunition is overly-dirty. It took me the same amount of time to clean as my other guns. For $8 a box with only one failure to eject, you can't go wrong here."
– Dudeman
2.0 5
"I've purchased a considerable amount of this 9mm since the price was great and I like to shoot a lot however as the old saying goes - \"you get what you pay for\". Using my 9mm pistol and 3 separate clips I had several misfires and too many jams to count. Initially I was concerned that the problem was with 1 clip so I \"marked\" it and soon realized that all 3 clips (all gun manufactured made - not after market clips) these bullets jammed. I opened several boxes considering the problem may have been 1 box but after sampling from 5 boxes I soon knew that it is the ammo, not the clips or gun. I passed some ammo around to other 9mm shooters on the range and 2 of the 3 had jams also. The only 9mm weapon that successfully cycled through was a Berretta. HK, Hi-Point and S&W pistols all jammed. So, great price poor quality - I have to assume that the cartidges themselves are not manufactured well as in each case, the bullet pointed north with the cartridge still stuck in clip - bummer..... This ammo would probably be perfect for revolvers but not semi-autos.....maybe I need to buy a 9MM revolver to use up the rest of this ammo :)"
– Moattoqus
4.0 5
"I used 30 rounds thru my 9mm glock 19 and ammo performed well. I also ran 30 rounds thru my new 9mm berreta m9 and also worked well. It is a little dirty but I always clean my pistols afterwards so it is no big deal. Also have run tula 45 acp thru my american classic 11 and my new springfield xd and it performed very well. Will buy more!"
– RUSSELL
4.0 5
"Shot a box through my xdm-9, shot flawlessly. Accurate enough for plinking ammo. Only reason I gave it a 4 instead of 5 is because it seemed a bit dirtier than even cheaper brown bear. Would not hesitate to buy a case if brown bear was sold out."
– Justice
1.0 5
"I bought this after having a good experience with TulAmmo in .223. I took my brand new Glock 17 to the range a fired 250 rounds of this stuff. In a ten round clip I got about 2 jams per clip from the start. I field stripped it and cleaned my gun and it still had the same problem. It would work for about a clip without jamming if I sprayed a little bit of rem oil in the chamber. When jammed the shell would either not eject and get stuck between the slide and barrel, or would not load the next round from the clip."
– Thecrazyone1
3.0 5
"Shooting a Glock 23 with Wolf conversion barrel and KCI mags. Had a failure to eject or double feed on almost every magazine. I only load 10 rounds in each of my 14/15 round mags anyway. Each time it's not kicking out a spent cartridge. Once I use UMC ammo, never had problems. Not sure if steel casings and KCI mags make a bad combo or what. I should see if factory glock mags have the same issue.But I only give it 3 stars instead of 1 or 2 cause it's so Cheap! Won't depend on it EVER, just have fun plinking/range firing and learn to clear jams faster, I guess. **Stick to brass casings when it counts!**"
– E.T.
5.0 5
"Great ammo and super fast shipping.... My Glock 17 ate it up.."
– Chris
5.0 5
"I just got in this ammo and it shoots great out of my taurus pt 24/7 ds. I had no problems with this ammo will be buying more"
– sar II
4.0 5
"Never a misfire. Shot about 300 rounds through my Glock 26 without a problem. Only two cons: 1) It's dirty ammo. Who cares??? Just run a bore snake through after a session, no big deal. 2) It's inaccurate. I'm a dead shot with lawman, federal, etc., and I have to focus to get the bullseye with these guys. Can't do rapid fire with real accuracy. Hey, maybe that's just me, but it's not normally a problem. I'd love to hear other experience with accuracy loss."
– HINC
4.0 5
"So awhile back I reviewed this TulAmmo, I had bought 250 rounds, the first 150 functioned without a problem in my Ruger SR9c. However this past weekend I had two 50 round boxes left and had a total of 7 misfires. Lot number was 307-10 so be aware. Other then the misfires the ammo worked great. Can't beat the price for target ammo but don't use these as ammo for defense because that click you hear on the misfire could be the last thing you hear."
– Bob
4.0 5
"This stuff is ok for target practice, but not accurate at all. It shoots a little lower than anything else. It seems a bit underpowered, but still ok for plinking. Yes, its a little dirty, but good for the price."
– hope and change
5.0 5
"Have shot 1000++ rounds in S&W Sigma 9MM. Only one misfire and another shell had a burr on the case and did not eject. Other than that works great. If you shoot at targets a lot and do not have a fortune to spend, it is great ammo!!!"
– Coolvolt
4.0 5
"Not a bad choice for range ammo. Bought a box and it was very clean and shot well through my Hi-Point 9MM. I had read some bad reviews on line about it but I had no issues with it. Maybe my luck or thier lack of but I will be buying more for sure."
– JG in Mo
3.0 5
"Good stuff for the range, worked well im my Taurus 9mm AF92. Surprised how clean it was."
– Marc
4.0 5
"After ten boxes shot through my MilPro PT-111 and no problems at all I can recommend without hesitation. I will be buying a lot more of this for practice. It shoots pretty clean and is fairly accurate. Good cheap fun!"
– Badge56
5.0 5
"I had spent a fairly large amount of time going over the reviews of a number of products, including ammo of different types. I ended up buying ammo for both my Glock 17 and 37 from 5 different companies. Tula and Remington for my 9mm and magtech, Federal and Winchester for my .45 gap. For plinking all the ammo performed very well. No fft or ffe, none of the ammo was noticeably dirtier or smellier as some reviews have stated. For the price, the Tula was by far the best for the 9mm heck at 8 and change it was half the price of the Remington Ranger ammo, the the offsetting factor is that ill be using the +P as my carry load. It does have a noticeable increase in muzzle energy over the Tula. But for throwing rounds down range Tula is unbeatable."
– Michael C
4.0 5
"I bought 4 boxes of this as ammo for my wife's S&W M&P compact. Decent pricing and seems to be good quality, better than the Sellier and Belliot ammo I used with with several foreign militaries. Unlike the S&B the primers seemed to be uniformly seated and had no soft strikes (lightly dented primers) with this. I don't really like the steel casing though but what can you expect for such a low price.. a bit under powered though."
– usmc 03
4.0 5
"I think this ammo works fine for the range. I never had a misfire or a jam. I fit 15 rounds into my 17 round clips with no problem in my Taurus PT24/7 and all shot fine."
– Colorado Guy
5.0 5
"I bought several boxes to shoot through my guns. I figured for the price, I can't go wrong. Shooting through a Hi-Point C9, I had no problems other than being a little dirty. No FTF, no FTE, no jams, nothing. Really though, I will be buying a lot more of this to practice with. If you don't like it, thank you, that just leaves more for me:)"
– ShooterGirl
3.0 5
"Ok for practice. You will probably get lot's of clearing drill practice. Had half a dozen out of 50 using a Ruger P95 that will shoot anything 100% outside of this stuff. Cheap enough, but if you have a choice stick with the Brown Bear. Never any problems with that and it is real cheap too."
– robert48
3.0 5
"Good enough for target practice. Shooting a C-9 Hi-Point......"
– Pkersmakr
4.0 5
"For those of you experienceing feeding problems in your KCI mags, do the following: grab a small flat file (a fingernail file will do in a jam)and trim the lip edge of the magazine of all excess plastic left over from the molding process.I have MANY KCI magazines that I use in GSSF Competition right along with Glock Factory mags and once trimmed the KCI Mags are reliable. Oh yes, I forgot!I use Tula and Brown Bear exclusively for plinking AND competition. I'm not the greatest shot ever but this ammo serves my purpose and my budget."
– Gene C.
3.0 5
"I had no issues with this firing from my Glock 17. The cases are not real smooth so it's a little more difficult to load. Not as accurate as most of the ball ammo I use for target practice but I'd wager it's more acurate than most shooters. If I used a great deal of 9mm target ammo I would most likely buy a comparable russian round from a diferent manufacturer."
– Billy
4.0 5
"Shot 250 rounds through my PT-92 but has 6 misfires, but good for the range not home defense."
– Gilbert
4.0 5
"This company is a hit or miss, this time they were a hit. The 9 MM ammo fired flawlessly in three of my handguns. I experienced fair to good accuracy, probably the shooter and not the ammunition. Obviously the price is appealed. I do not notice appreciable increases in \uFFFDfowling\uFFFD .IIs Wolf the same company? The packaging, bullet/casing weights, sizing, etc is the exact same. 4 out of 5 due to steel caeing, and non relaoding"
– Rod
5.0 5
"I bought 1000 rds of this a couple of months ago and have since shot all of it. I have had no malfunctions with it whatsoever out of my sprinfield xd service model. About to buy alot more of it. good ammo and great price"
– vern
4.0 5
"Good for the range, no FTF or FTE. Not as smoky as winchester white box. little dirty, with unburnt powder on my arms after 3 boxes at the range. No feeding issues for FNP-9."
– KY shooter
5.0 5
"I bought 2 boxes for my Walther P-38 AC44 9mm. I shot the 2 boxes in a gun that is over 60yrs old and I had no jams, misfires or failure to feeds. I made sure each round was seated properly in the mag and the gun was clean prior to shooting. I don't know why some of the people here had so much trouble. I am buying more just for range fun. Buy it for the price, shoots as good as the expensive stuff."
– JohnG
5.0 5
"Have a Taurus PT92 and FNP-9...no fails to feed or fire. FedEx damaged box in shipping though...huge hole in box and loose rounds in box. Called CTD to report FedEx and they surprised me with two additional boxes for my troubles...thank you CTD!!!"
– SMR
4.0 5
"Shot 200 rounds of this through my Astra 600. I had 8 fail-to-ejects and 3 fail-to-fires. Other than that, it shot great. I am going to stick with brown bear though... Fast shipping from CTD."
– Justin M.
5.0 5
"Shoots full auto no problem through a Mac 10 clone, but there were several cases that had split when ejected. Still no problems with FTF or FTE. Great for the price!"
– Ben
5.0 5
"Bought 500 rnds for my AR-15 9mm conversion, and have had 0 FTF or FTE in 300 rounds so far. Very happy with the price and quality. They are very dirty, but the tolerances in the carbine are pretty loose so I haven\uFFFDt seen any issues. They tend to be rather inaccurate at 100yrds, but they make a mess out of clay and steel at 50. At 100 yards they\uFFFDll make about a 6\" group consistently from a rock river 9mm upper, which is plenty good for plinking. The carbine also has a wolf extra power spring and they have no trouble pushing the bolt to lock open on every last round. Bang for buck, these are a sweet deal."
– andy1776
5.0 5
"Shot 400 rounds between an Italian made Beretta 92F and a S&W M&P 9. Not a single malfunction."
– btiger
3.0 5
"Shoots great through my CZ75. Great range round for cheap."
– Cameron C
5.0 5
"I have tried other ammo, I always come back to this. I have a Ruger P95 and this ammo has NEVER misfired! I have never had any problems with putting bullets on target. It goes where I aim. Great stuff!!!!"
– thelastyard
4.0 5
"I shoot this all the time through my glock 19,never had any problems."
– clint
4.0 5
"Good ammo has never failed to fire. Has good groupings beretta 92fs fired."
– chuck
5.0 5
"I bought 1000 rounds of this to break in my Sig Pro 2022. I took 300 rounds to the range to start. Here is how it went: 2 FTF, no stovepipes, or FTE. Ammo fired pretty clean. I also fired 100 rounds of Federal 115 grain bullets at the same time. The Federal fired much hotter and caused much more muzzle flip. I found myself missing the Tula Ammo as it was easier to keep on target. When I cleaned the pistol, I noticed that the barrel was free of bullet debris. As was the chamber and frame of the pistol once I removed the slide. The cleaning was fast and easy. I was very surprised at this ammo as I expected it to fire hot, inaccurately and dirty. I was pleasantly wrong and will buy more."
– Sailor1074
5.0 5
"Yep! You guys did it again. Submitted my order for 200 rounds on Thursday and they were on my door step Friday PM. Included a 31 Mag clip for my Glock 19. Just in time for the weekend. You guys rock in the service and quality department."
– Jim
3.0 5
"Good, cheap ammo. Not very accurate, but good for plinking. One bad primer in the first 100, but no other problems to speak of."
– Nick
2.0 5
"I shot through my stockpile of this stuff and had to re-order. I only had one failure out of 200 rounds from my last order. This recent order had too many failures to count; not just misfires, but some rounds had deformed cases and jammed going into the chamber! The BVAC ammo is better. I would rather buy Brown Bear or another brand. I used a Glock, a Ruger, and a S&W. The Glock shoots the best with Tula, followed by the S&W, and then the Ruger."
– TJustice
4.0 5
"No problems cycling this ammo. It is kind of sparky when you shoot it. Must be lower quality powder. I use this for punching paper. Good luck finding this cheaper."
– Cheap functional ammo
5.0 5
"Great ammo for the price! Not one miss fire - 115 grain has a lot of bang for your buck - thanks CTD..."
– Little Scotty
5.0 5
"I have fired 2 boxes through my Walther P-38 without any miss fires or hang ups. I will surely purchase more boxes next time.Thanks CTD."
– JoJoGrab
4.0 5
"I have been shooting TulAmmo quite alot in 9MM in assorted guns but the Smith & Wesson Mod 39 refuses to eject them totally. Perhaps with a stronger ejector spring it might eject the steel cases but I have yet to find one. Great ammo for anything else I have and a great shooting time for less price."
– LMO61
4.0 5
"Accurate out of my Taurus 709. Out of 200 rounds, had 2 FTF. No other problems. But, indoor ranges won't let you shoot steel ammo. Just had to use it up at an outdoor range. I'll stick with FMJ non-steel ammo."
– 9vMojo
4.0 5
"I have been using TulAmmo now for a few years. I can run it out of every 9mm gun I own without any major issues. In fact, I buy this as my \"stock pile\" ammo. In my Glock 26 and 19, it runs great at the range. Out of 100, maybe 1 or 2 failed to fire (dud primers). Never fails to extract. Out of my Sub2k, it's pretty much the exact same (FTF 1% but that's it). 9mm Llama and Beretta are the same. 709 Slim by Taurus could barely fire this ammo. The Taurus I used to have would light strike a lot of ammo, but especially this stuff. It is dirty, but show me clean ammo that doesn't muck up any gun. Reliable? I'd say so. Accurate? Yes, however definitely not long range target ammo. For 9mm, it seems to be a bit heavy of a slug for a load that isn't terribly \"hot,\" but it will get the job done. Seriously, for the price, it's great. NO, steel case will NOT hurt a blow back handgun, PERIOD. No science to support it. My Glocks love this stuff. 1000+ rounds now and my extractor and ejector are fine. CTD rules, too. Better shipping than competitors (let you pick your shipper)."
– Prepare
4.0 5
"I ordered 500 rounds of this ammo. Went through the first 350 rounds and all of them fed reliably in my M&P 9c. The problem I had was that two rounds in the first 350 had solid primer strikes and they did not fire. This round is good for plinking and target practice, but I would not use it in a self defense situation if I could help it."
– Caleb
5.0 5
"This ammo feeds flawlessly in my Sig P226, Special Weapons MP5 clone, Marlin Camp Rifle, and S&W M&P Pro series. It seems pretty accurate as well. Perfect for the range, I'll never buy anything else."
– jgoodwin
4.0 5
"Cheapest ammo around. I only gave it 4 bullets because it is made in Russia."
– triston
1.0 5
"Yes, this ammo is cheap. You get what you pay for! I bought 500 rounds for my GF's M&P 9mm and thank God I have Fiocchi HPs for home defense. Jammed 20 times with 2 misfires (firing pin hit the primer, but no shot), so I suggest you go with a more expensive round. TulAmmo is GARBAGE!!"
– Nick
5.0 5
"Love the ammo. Never had a fail to feed or a fail to eject. I have run about 500 rounds through my S&W. Great price for the shooter who makes an average income."
– Rob
5.0 5
"Went to the range and went thru 100 rounds with no problems at all. no miss fires,no jams. I will be buying more of Tullammo"
– Bobby
5.0 5
"Great price,could have payed the same price for 20 rounds at a local gun shop.The only problem was one of boxes came open in route and I had about 10 rounds loose in the package. No damage to the loose rounds, but could cause problems. The shipping time was great, I got the package in 4 days, keep up the good work."
– Curt
4.0 5
"Okay, not bad, not particularly outstanding. If I'm generous it's the steel casing vs the brass as I'd not had a similar problem with brass casings. Everything ejected, no stove pipes, but feeding was a problem. Fire a few rounds and then a failure to feed with the slide remaining open. I'd have to check and then pull the slide to get another whack at pushing the cartridge forward into the chamber. This would usually do it. Great price, but wouldn't want to be left hanging with a fail to load."
– Bill
4.0 5
"Despite what some shooters claim, there is nothing about this ammo that would cause a gun to jam - certainly not a SW M&P. I have fired over 10,000 rounds of Tulammo through my M&P-c and have only had it jam twice and it was really cold outside that day. More than likely, if the gun is jamming, it isn't the ammo - the gun just needs to be cleaned. Others may claim that the steel case will damage the rifling in your barrel and that isn't correct either. This is great ammo and for the price, it shoots true and fires clean and it's the perfect ammo for target practice. You can't reload them, but since the steel casings have a polymer coating, a good magnet will pick them all up."
– Derek
4.0 5
"For the price you can't beat it. Any jamming I have experienced I attribute to my weapon needing cleaned."
– Rick
4.0 5
"So I went through about 120 rounds of this at the range today and of all of that I had only 1 misfire and no jams or failures to eject. For such cheap ammo I can not complain."
– Jon
3.0 5
"I bought this ammo to go to the range. I took two boxes. Before I left the house, I made sure my gun was clean. After 50 rounds, I had 2 feed malfunctions. The round would catch on the ramp into the chamber. I had no ejection problems. When I got home, I took the gun apart, and man was it dirty."
– Joe
5.0 5
"I have put about 150 rounds through my Taurus PT709 without any problems. I am impressed with its accurcey and low recoil as good as some of the higher priced stuff and how clean the weapon was after shooting, not that it still needed to be cleaned after the outing. I like it so well that I ordered more"
– oldsoldier
1.0 5
"HORRIBLE! Have ran all my guns through 2000 plus rounds w/o any hiccups! But I had 9 jams in my first case of 50 with a s&w shield & 5 jams in my second fifty shooting my Glock. Pretty bad first impression."
– S&W Shooter
5.0 5
"I've purchased 12 boxes of this within the last 2 weeks, and after shooting through 3 of the boxes, I need to say this is actually pretty good ammo. I have a Ruger P89 (as the name states) and haven't had any problems (except for 1 hard primer, but another pull of the trigger cleared that one). This stuff is a little dirty, but a decent set of brushes and some Rem Oil will fix you right up. I'm sad to see that after my last purchase this stuff went out of stock. I do dearly hope that this isn't the end of the Tula on CTD."
– Rugerp89man
5.0 5
"I have run about 2000 rounds through my Glock 19 without any problems what-so-ever. Works great for the range...might be a little dirty, but nothing major."
– Darricke
4.0 5
"Was skeptical after reading some of the reviews but went ahead with the purchase anyway. Did my CCH qualification with no problem and have run about 150 rds. through my Stoeger Cougar without fail. Will buy again."
– Sticky Bottom
1.0 5
"CAUTION: This Russian manufactured ammunition failed to load/feed 6 cartridges in a row into my Beretta PX4 Storm 9mm! Will not purchase again!"
– Trevor
2.0 5
"Bought 100 rounds. Had 6 miss fires in 50 rounds through my Glock 26. Had no issues through my Springfield XD-9. Will Not be buying again in 9mm. Had no Problems with 100 rounds through my H&K USC in .45ACP."
– ShawnR
5.0 5
"I was shocked at how well this ammo performed. It shot clean, contrary to what some people have said. I put approximately 150 rounds through a Glock 17 and a Jennings 9 without a single problem."
– Rich
5.0 5
"The bullets was the best.love the ammo will buy as long as they have them"
– To777
1.0 5
"I have never had a jam in my Glock 17 until I used this ammo. It fed reliably through my Browning hi-power but the Glock jammed four times in fifty rounds. I will not be buying any more."
– Jammin
2.0 5
"this ammo fouled up my M&P 9mm quick, i couldn't see the front sight after about 6 rounds fired through it. i felt like i was shooting an old fashioned musket with all of the smoke/powder coming out of my pistol. my M&P also failed to feed a few times with this ammo. i am not buying this ammo again."
– Brandon
4.0 5
"This ammo is ok and dirty but after reading the reviews I knew what to expect from it with the jams, but since it was cheap not very bad ammo for target. Federal & Armscor are much better."
– Ken J
5.0 5
"Shot around 75 rounds with Springfield XD-9mm, no jams, casings ejected like they were supposed to. I had a few jams with the Armscor ammo, but will prefer to use TulAmmo if it continues to perform well."
– Kevin
2.0 5
"Used this in my Ruger p95. Made my gun have a funny clicking sound. Dont know what it was. Dirty. I will use up what i have and wont buy anymore."
– fred
5.0 5
"Fired more than 500 rounds through my S&W M&P 9mmc without any problems. Not much dirtier than anything else in the same price range. Cant beat them for the price."
– Will buy again.
4.0 5
"Put a few rounds down range today and this ammo is dirty and smoky, but I was well aware of it prior to buying. Wanted to check it out anyway. Had no issues with cycling. To each their own, but I try to stay away from steel case ammo. Not something I'll stick with."
– Chaz
4.0 5
"It fires... that's about it... got stuck a few times through, but you get what you pay for."
– Alex
4.0 5
"I have a Hesse Arms H94 that has been trouble since the day I bought it. New extractor needed, then a spring, etc. This is the only ammo that will run through with out a jam. It is very, very dirty- that's why it didn't get my full 5 stars. But it is cheap and is the only ammo my H94 will fire proper every time. I will buy it again when on sale."
– Chris 99
5.0 5
"Shot 50 rounds through my SW9VE with no issues at all."
– Patrick
5.0 5
"Very nice inexpensive ammo. It is not dirtier than any other ammo on the market. Ruger loves it. Fired about 200 rounds, not a single problem."
– Aleks
5.0 5
"Unbelievable service! Ordered 2 packs of this ammo on Tuesday night and it was at my door yesterday arvo. (Aussie for afternoon) Awesome service CTD!"
– Aussie al
5.0 5
"Bought these after seeing them in Gunbot.net and after firing them I came to some conclusions. 1) They fire great and straight, not a single FTE or FTF 2) Mine weren't as dirty as others have claimed 3) They have a silver color bullet tip, they kinda look like anti Werewolf rounds 4) For the price, its some of the best ammo I have bought"
– Matt
5.0 5
"I have quite a few 9mm pistols, most of them on the inexpensive end of the scale. The only problem I ever had with the Black Box Tula was when i first got my Canik55 Stingray but that pistol started so tight that I'm not sure it would have mattered what i was running. I few hundred rounds down the line and it runs this stuff without a hitch. One of the normal complains about Russian ammo in general is that it is dirty. This is true but if you just Froglube your pistols then you can wipe the GPR off with a towel and be done with it.When this is cheap enough I will undoubtedly order it again.Oh yeah. Cheaper than Dirt was fast and as friendly as you can expect from a place you order from over the internet."
– Geomancer
5.0 5
"Shot 400 rounds of this stuff through my Glock 19 this weekend and no issues at all. Every round fired and ejected first time. Steel case makes it difficult to load those last couple rounds in the magazine, but other than that, you can't beat the price it's selling for right now. It's a bit dirtier than other rounds, but nothing a normal cleaning can't handle."
– Dan
5.0 5
"Ran off 50 rounds at the range today with no problems. I will order and use this as it is at the right price. I do not see it as being any dirtier than any other ammo I have used. It seemed to shoot just fine and as accurate as I am able to shoot. Good ammo and good price. All that was available in my area was in the 70-90 cent a round range and that is just too much to pay for practice ammo to keep skills sharp. Definite buy."
– atlanticdi
1.0 5
"I will never purchase this product again. I bought 5 boxes because of the great price, but I spent more time at the range fixing FTF's & stove-piped live rounds than I did shooting. I am using a SCCY CPX-2. The magazine spring pre-load is very tight, but the casing dimensions on the Tul rounds must differ enough that they stick in the magazine & fail to return spring to top.After struggling through 4 magazines (40 rds), I switched to Federal American Eagle, and shot 80 rounds with zero failures."
– cb
4.0 5
"Good cheap plinking ammo. No failures yet. I like the steel casing for plinking a lot of rounds as they can be easily picked up with a large magnet."
– Ampped
5.0 5
"I haven't been out to shoot this ammo yet, watched a lot of reviews. those who didn't shot ammo gave poor reviews but those who used ammo in video reviews didn't have any complaints except on how dirty they're gun was afterwards. I can live with that. I clean after every trip to the range anyways. as far as the company. first time shopper and I am happy with the experience. I will buy from cheaper then dirt again. I will also tell friends."
– jkill
5.0 5
"I've put over 500 rounds of this stuff through my Glock 19 within the past 6 months...not one problem. Great target/plinking ammo!"
– Dave
5.0 5
"Used 150 rounds through my Ruger SR9C and worked flawless with only 1 jam out of 150, is a little dirty but what ammo isn't? Great ammo for the price."
– Isaiah Hurtado
5.0 5
"For the price, this ammo performs great. No issues at all with any of the rounds and they all fired and cycled through my M11A1 without any issues. They are slightly dirty and have cleaned the gun more often with them but otherwise a perfect training round."
– Sunshine
5.0 5
"Works fine in all my 1911 style pistols and polymer pistols. Cycles fine."
– 1911
5.0 5
"Purchased 6 boxes and just shot 3 of them at local range. 150 rounds, no FTE or FTF through my S and W Shield 9mm. Looking to buy more and now they're out......rats"
– Doug
4.0 5
"i got these for my roomate to tinker around with on the pistol she got. for the price its not a bad round. i would buy more of this when its available just for that purpose."
– papecat
4.0 5
"Ammo is dirty as hell. 200 rds and you have to clean the crap out of your gun. My sig 226 ate every single round though, no problem. If you don't mind cleaning after every use, its a solid range ammo."
– Where's the ammo
5.0 5
"Put a couple of hundred of this ammo thru my Glock 17 with zero problems!Took my gun apart for cleaning and it looked like I had only shot a couple of rounds. Honestly it shot very cleanly!can't beat the price."
– Deako jones
4.0 5
"Had a few FTE, a few rounds I had to strike the primer a 2nd time to fire. Good and cheap ammo for plinking, a definite yes! Will buy again."
– Joe
1.0 5
"Hard to review much when it jammed in the magazine, then had feeding issues (jams) when I got it up and out of the mag. Had to stop using in my SCCY CPX2 due to the failures to feed. Worked ok in another gun. Slightly different rim formation on the steel casings?"
– Yukon
4.0 5
"Failed me. Never a single jam or light primer strike. If you have any issues with this ammo it is that the particular firearm does not like this ammo. You can expect low to mediocre accuracy with the 9mm, pretty dirty to shoot as well. My sigs don't like russian ammo even brass case. Everything else works fine though."
– Tulammo
5.0 5
"TulAmmo 9mm is the best ammo I have found for just plinking. It is a little dirty, but not anymore than any steel case stuff. I've shot ~400 rounds of this stuff, and had 0 problems in 3 different pistols (XDm, glock 19, FNX). Better than other cheap ammo, since I have yet to have a feed problem or primer issue. Great for the price..."
– Jeff
4.0 5
"Ran 1000rds of it through Glocks and M&Ps. Had 2 failure to ejects, but that's it. For the price, it's good plinking ammo."
– Joe
5.0 5
"I bought a bunch for plinking. Works just fine in my Beretta 92FS, I honestly recall only one FTF after roughly 300 rounds. Also used in my Masterpiece Arms 930-SSTx. A couple FTF and FTE in that weapon, after I would say 300-400. But my MPA is moody sometimes. Overall, I definitely recommend this for a good fun range ammo. When is this company gonna start making .22lr...? hahah Also: Cheaper Than Dirt always has amazing delivery, thanks guys."
– theArab
4.0 5
"As others have said, this stuff works, and almost always works well. I've run about 4 boxes through my Glock 17 Gen 4 without a single malfunction. Either aimed fire or rapid fire, you pull the trigger and every round goes bang. Do I consider it reliable enough for self defense? Probably not. And yes, it is dirty, but shouldn't we all be cleaning our pistols after every range outing anyway?"
– gaaack
1.0 5
"This was not a good purchase for me. My local range would not let me use it. I am very new to this sport and I guess that \"live and learn\" applies to this purchase."
– Dennis
5.0 5
"Cheaper Than dirt has lived up to its name. Very good ammo at the best price anywhere."
– Sub Navigator
3.0 5
"Good price and decent ammo that allows you to get experience clearing jams every now and then ;-) I bought 500 rds. and it does dirty up my guns a bit and had one where the primer was not fully seated in the shell and it completely locked up the gun when it tried to eject it. I had to field strip it and force the barrel out to unstick the shell. Other than that I've used about 500 rounds of this ammo with only a couple other minor fails."
– Kev
5.0 5
"I was surprise not to see a copper jacket around the steel bullet. Still, my P95 had no problem with them. Good price too."
– LMRivera
4.0 5
"Put 100 down the range through the Glock 26. No FTF, no FTE. Can't beat the price but they sure are smokey.Ordered the identical ammo in the 900 rounds can for long time storage."
– Todd
4.0 5
"Sure it's cheap and dirty, but I've never had an issue with it. Feeds flawlessly through my sig. Dirty after shooting but I clean my pistol after every shoot anyway, so not a huge deal. The only thing I dislike is the polymer coated case, just rubs me the wrong way. As long as it doesn't rub my pistol the wrong way we're good. May buy more..."
– Carl
4.0 5
"I just fired 1 50 round box thru a new sig to see how it would work.Very satisfied,no miss fires,no hangfires.It is dirtier than expensive ammo,but for plinking it worked very well.I was taught to clean my guns when I use them,so abit of dirt doesn,t bother ."
– Dan
5.0 5
"Only 150 rounds through my Ruger SR9 but not one failure to fire. I have maybe 2-3 rounds that flew a couple feet off target at 70yrds but every single other bullet was on point at that range shooting at a 6\" rubber gong. At 10-20yrds they probably would have hit just fine. I clean my gun after every time I shoot and I have no problems cleaning. I don't feel like the gun's covered with smut or anything. I'll def use this long term for target shooting."
– FL Shooter
4.0 5
"Been shooting TulAmmo for many years. Nothing special about the ammunition. It has always worked well and leave the firearm fairly clean.Just needed a few boxes to restock my practice inventory."
– Old Navy
3.0 5
"Occasional dud. My range won't let me use TulAmmo anymore because they think it is dangerous."
– Gianfedele
5.0 5
"Have shot this ammo in my glock 17, 19, Beretta cx4 storm carbine, and a colt defender in 9mm. Never had a single problem. Will continue to buy as my range ammo."
– Boooom
5.0 5
"I don't think you can beat this. CTD has the best price on this ammo right now. This cycles in all of my pistols."
– cewtoby
5.0 5
"I've bought dozens of boxes for my 9mm. I love the price and for the amount of ammo a put down range this ammo is best. Me and my wife shoot at least once a week and we go trough 100-200 of just our 9mm with no problems , jams, failures to feed or extract. The same applies to my 308 aside i might not shoot as much as two 9mm. I shoot about one box from my 308 per week. Our range day are not consistent, so we may miss a week or two a month but like I've stated before this is a good ammo to get a lot of shooting done for a good price. I can not speak for any other caliber from this company but for the 9mm and 308 i have no complaints."
– good shooting
2.0 5
"The jackets on these are a \"mixture of copper, zinc and steel\" and are silver in color. I have recently purchased other 9mm tulammo from CTD and the jackets were copper. I was shooting a Beretta CX4 carbine with the copper jacket bullets and at 100 yd the accuracy was really good. I then switched to the new ones with the silver colored bullet and the accuracy dropped waaaay off. It was like night and day. Had to move to the 50 yd range to even shoot the rest. I will not buy these again. I would definitely buy the copper jacket again. I assume the copper just bites the rifling better."
– CCCCC
3.0 5
"I bought this ammo for my XDM for USPSA shooting. 3 of my mags like this ammo and 3 of them get bound up front to back in the mag and side to side against each other. I can use it for practice but not reliable enough for use in a match."
– Mike
5.0 5
"Ammo does not jam. Put six boxes of fifty with no problems.I didn't like.223 in my ar but 9 mm is good."
– Greg
5.0 5
"I use this as my range and plinking ammo. I am a hand loader and at this price I can't justify spending my reloading time to reload 9mm. For plinking it's a no brainer because I don't have to pick up the brass. I use it in my Bersa BP9cc, Glock 34, Just Right Carbine (even though they say don't), Kahr CW9, and 1911 Citadel without any problems."
– ccjeff
4.0 5
"this is good cheap ammo. Iv used it in my m&p full size and my shiled. I have never had a problem with it in 9mm. I also shoot the .223 and only one round out of 1000 did not fire. that round the primer was stamped in sideways."
– brian
4.0 5
"I ran a 100 rounds thru my brand new Glock 19 Gen 4. Even with a lot of bad reviews on the new Glock I purchased one anyway. Went to the range and fire the Tula ammo. Both worked flawlessly."
– Mac Daddy
5.0 5
"These worked great for some running and gunning, shot great in my Glocks. My S&W M&P would not run it, FTF."
– Atrueoutdoorsmen
5.0 5
"Purchased 1000rds and put 200rds thru my Sten full auto with no problems at all. Not dirty. Ammo best deal for 9mm. I just purchased another 1000 rds."
– Vstewart5
5.0 5
"Ran about 300 rounds of this through a collection of Glocks and Rugers at the range. Ammo functioned perfectly. No FTFs, no extraction problems. Accuracy was acceptable for double tap, double threat, drills at 10 and 15 yards. I'd definitely buy this ammo again."
– Monkeywrench133
5.0 5
"Good cheap ammo for use at the range"
– Skip
4.0 5
"Decent ammo, shoots a but dirty for my tastes though. No misfires so I can't really complain. It's worth the price, but I don't mind spending a little more for cleaner shooting ammo."
– Michael
3.0 5
"For the price you are getting what you expect. Shot about 200 rounds of this tonight because i was curious how it would be. Shot it through a PX4 Compact and I had minimal issues. It fires surprising clean, almost no residue left behind. My biggest and only complaint is because of the casing they use it does NOT like my magazine. While most and i mean most magazine loads were fine it sits very loosely in the mag. Some rounds would fall out, or they would jam the spring. For target ammo and the price I can deal with some trouble loading. Would never in a million years trust this in my home. But for a cheap day at the range to just have some fun you cant beat the price."
– Fed
1.0 5
"handgun used was M&P 9mm full size. I bought a couple boxes of this for target shooting and had A LOT of cases fail to eject. So much powder coming out of the muzzle I had to wait a few seconds for it to clear after firing 2-3 rounds. Also fouled up my sights. Only use I can think of for this ammo is practice clearing your gun in case of a misfire/fail to eject in defense situation. otherwise, look for higher quality 'cheap' ammo."
– XrayCafe
3.0 5
"All 50 rounds went BOOM! with no issues. Cant be to mad I knew it was going to make my gun dirty. No big deal I would buy it again for practice ammo, but not to store away though. I didn't even have my for 3 months and it started to rust."
– \"TOG\"
4.0 5
"Tulammo is good ammo. Fairly clean and reliable. The problem I had was with the steel core of the bullets. My indoor range doesn't like their backstop shot full of holes."
– gene