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TulAmmo 9x18 Makarov Ammunition 50 Rounds, FMJ, 92 Grains

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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.

The cartridge 9X18 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.

Features and Specifications:
Manufacturer Number: TA918092
Caliber: 9x18 Makarov
Bullet Weight: 92 Grains
Bullet Type: Full Metal Jacket
Muzzle velocity: 1033 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-3970
Total number of Reviews: 6

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1.0 5
"I gave this ammo a poor rating because of too many squib loads. I average at least five squibs in each box I shot. Tula ammo should do something about their quality control, this could be dangerous for a unexpecting shooter"
3.0 5
"Not terrible ammo for the price. I didn't get great groupings at 5-7 yards, but they we're terrible either. I can live with it as target ammo, but don't have great expectations."
4.0 5
"I didn't have a failures to feed/fire from my Polish P64. Ammo is a little dirty, but worked fine for me so far. I use Silver Bear for carry purposes, but Tula seems just fine for range duty."
3.0 5
"After hitting the range this weekend and running a box of Tul Ammo through my Polish P64, I had two or three that didn't fire on the first strike. A second strike sent the round downrange, but that made me a bit uneasy. I have a trigger spring in the weapon that's one step weaker than stock, but the spring is still pretty stout compared to other pistols. I ran about 100 Silver Bear and Brown Bear rounds through with zero failures, so I'm inclined to think it was an issue with the ammo. Accuracy at 7 yards was acceptable, especially from a pistol with notoriously poor sights. Bottom line: This is fine practice ammo, but I'll still carry Silver Bear, which costs only a fraction more."
3.0 5
"Fine for practice. Seriously dirty ammo. 2 squib loads!"
5.0 5
"I have used this ammo off and on for 3 years in my CZ82 and my P64 without any malfunctions whatsoever. It does not seem to be any dirtier than other ammo.Accurate? At 20 yards I can consistently stay within a 3 1/2\" circle with the P64 and CZ82.I will continue to buy more when these run out."