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9mm Luger 115gr Full Metal Jacket 1,000/Case
Cartridge: 9 mm Luger
Bullet Weight (Grains): 115
Rounds: 1000
Bullet Style: Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
Brand Style: Steel Case
Muzzle Energy: 386, ...
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In the fields, at the range or on the hund, ou can trust TulaAmmo to deliver a superior level of internal, external, and terminal ballistics, more consistent velocities and impressive retained energies downrange from your favorite rifle, with an unmatched valut-to-performance ratio. All TulaAmmo rifle cartridges are steel cased, zinc jacketed, non-corrosive Berdan primed, with a phosphate polymer coating and a lead core.
- Shooting Accuracy- more uniform and consistent jacket delivers up to 15% better shooting accuracy than standard bimetal bullets.
- Corrosion Resistance- Zinc jacket doesn't change in apperance over time and is proven to inhibit electrochemical corrosion of the steel case.
- Environmental Impact- Zinc jacket is more ecologically sound.
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You must be 18 or older to purchase shotgun or rifle ammunition and 21 or older to purchase handgun ammunition. All ammunition must be shipped Domestic Ground. Shipping not available for International, DC, and MA residents. Residents of CA, DE, IL, NY and OH, may have additional restrictions. Always make sure you use the correct ammunition for your firearms. Check your state and local laws for any other applicable firearms and ammunition regulations. Due to Department of Transportation regulations, we cannot accept returns on ammo. Please check local laws before ordering. View full restrictions here.
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TA919150CASE

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Tula is the best of the cheap ammo. Shoot this brand almost exclusively in my WASR. Can't recall ever having problems in a little over 2k rounds.

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I fired several boxes of 380 and 45. Never any failures of any kind. Haven't purchased any 9mm yet.

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They works flawlessly.

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Killer deal!!!!!

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Amen!!

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Many ranges today banned steel case bullets. Where do you guys plan to shoot these bullets. If you gonna buy these

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Luckily I have 42 acres I live on to shoot whatever i want to.

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My range in GA allows 9mm steel but not Rifle steel ammo.

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Which state do you live in? Here in Florida, I have 3 ranges that allows them in a radius of 10 miles.

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Indoor ranges are not the only place in America where you can shoot. Tons of people have private land to shoot on, outdoor ranges usually allow steel, and some people shoot in their backyards if they have enough land.

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Damn city slickers

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One of those guy that if he don't pay out his ars for something it's junk
LMAO
Shot thousands or rounds of tulammo never had a problem
I believe you may be the tool

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This should be called "Foolammo" or "Toolammo". Utter garbage.

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I like my ammo like I like my women... Cheap, dirty, and reliable ;)

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Price listed on website: $158.99 which is 16 cents per round. Requires an additional $40 more spent to get $20 off. Which puts this at 18 cents per round. Bogus deal and misleading.

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Apply the coupon code for $15 off and free shipping. Misleading? Not if you bother to read the entire subject line....

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I have this in a spam can for when the zombies take over.

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@ uladz: I hear that often but never seen it for myself, so please show me a link where they sells brass 9mm for the same price with shipping included. Much appreciated

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federal and brownell's were running a promotion last year where you could get american eagle brass ammo for about the price of this tula with shipping included. that was the time when uladz wrote his post. ammo prices haven't come up and gun businesses are running a lot of promotions right now, so don't be surprised if this one shows up again.

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Wasn't that AFTER REBATE? Many people can't be bothered with filing rebates then chasing the money down 5 months later when the check never appears.

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yes, it was a rebate offer. my money arrived within the allotted eight weeks.

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I've personally had HORRIBLE experience with ammo rebates. I do rebates all the time for computer items, motor oil, tires, get XYZ free if you buy this gun, etc but the only companies I ever have to fight tooth and nail are the likes of Remington and Federal. Not worth my time if it requires 3 phone calls and a half dozen emails. In my opinion, if reloading is not a concern, crappy brass is equal to decent steel steel case for practice and plinking....especially if the steel case requires no extra effort of a rebate.

Sounds like you have had good luck with the rebates so your opinion is obviously different than mine.

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i have to admit i was a little surprised it went perfectly. i ordered three cases, so i had to cut the UPC codes off 60 boxes and send em in. i figured some employee at the processing office, his brain numbed by opening envelopes and counting bits of pasteboard all day, would fumble a few of my UPCs under the desk and my check would arrive short.

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I also bought 3 cases during that promotion. I took a chance and just cut the upc off the cardboard case box and I received my rebate as expected, bringing the total to .14 per round.

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why would anyone buy steel cased ammo if you can get brass for the same price??? and I'm not sure if it has the same crappy bi-metal bullet jacket and their 7.62 ammo that wears out your barrel approx. 3x faster them copper FMJ.

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I actually find tula more reliable than crap brass. It will allegedly wear out your barrel faster than quality ammo on something like an AR....but you save so much over 'quality' plinking ammo you can buy a new barrel, receiver, and bcg (plus pocket cash) by the time that MIGHT actually occur.

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Exactly
Some guys shooting a 600.00 ar buy 2 more for plinking on the $ saved in long run

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I've had better luck with Tula than some mom-and-pop brass reloads like Bite the Bullet. One bad box of Tula 9mm out of thousands of rounds.

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This 9mm is the only one I ever have an issue with, not so much as the ammo is bad but the lacquer on the case seems to 'dry out' if left in the foam it comes in. The cases then become a little rough causing occasional feeding issues.

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I've seen that also but only with Tula's .223, which fouled the chamber of my BCM so badly that the rifle came to a complete halt. Given primer issues with other steel .223, I only shoot non-Russian brass in that caliber now.

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Tulammo is only considered shitty ammo by people who have shitty guns that won't feed steel cased ammo.

Otherwise it's great for plinking. Will you win an accuracy contest with it? Probably not but it will work just fine.

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The "well I have never cleaned my gun but I am sure the ammo is the reason it won't feel 3 bullets in a row' guy at the range?

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Is Tulammo shitty ammo?

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Nope. Goes bang every time.

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"This item is currently unavailable for backorder"

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