500 Rounds of 180gr FMJ .40 S&W Ammo by Tula
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Being a high-volume shooter is pretty great, but is can also be pretty expensive. So when you can buy a lot of ammunition without spending lots of money, you should be all over it. This ammunition is made by Tula, a company with practically royal status in its home country of Russia. Tula was founded in 1712 when Tsar Peter I decreed an ammunition plant needed to be established for the purpose of defending the citizens of Tula, Russia, from invading nomads. Right from the start, they used state-of-the-art equipment, which meant water machines and trochanteric machines back in the 18th century. They’ve advanced with the times and are well-known today for their production of competitively priced ammunition.
There are 500 rounds in this box of Tula ammunition. With that much ammunition you can spend quality time with your favorite handgun until you can’t squeeze the trigger anymore. There are so many different drills and exercises you can practice with a large quantity of ammunition there’s simply not enough room to list them here, and if you just want a casual day of shooting you can blow away 500 pop cans, 500 apples, or 500 milk jugs. You get the idea. Of course, you could also save it for a rainy day, even if that day is tomorrow.
This is FMJ ammunition, so it doesn’t expand on impact. That also means it has a tendency to over-penetrate, just like any target ammunition, so you need to have a good, reliable backstop. Remember one of the top rules of shooting: be aware of your target and what is beyond it. In making these rounds, Tula uses a unique layering process, alternating copper and steel until they have a steel case and then, when it’s assembled, layering the finished product with a polymer for reliable cycling. This ammunition has a muzzle velocity of 990 feet per second. Don’t let your .40 caliber handgun starve; order this 500-round box and give it a solid meal.
(This ammunition is steel-cased. Some ranges do not allow rounds with steel cases, so make sure you double check before trying to use this ammunition at your area range.)