- Manufacturer Tula
- Condition New
- Bullet Weight 115gr
- Projectile Type FMJ
- Ammo Use Type Range Training
- Casing Type Steel
- Quantity 1000
- Caliber 9mm
- Manufacturer SKU TA919100
- Primer Type Berdan
- Muzzle Velocity (ft. per sec) 1150
- Muzzle Energy (ft. pounds) 338
- Magnetic Yes
- UPC Barcode 814950016581
- Q & A
In 1712 Tsar Peter I of Russia ordered the creation of a weapons and ammunition factory. Its purpose was to supply the locals of a small village with the ability to protect themselves. The nearest arsenal at that time was in Moscow which was much too far at that time. Right from the start Tula used the most current methods to manufacture their products, which meant water machines and trochanteric machines in the 1700s and means computer technology today. Through the years they’ve made it all from swords to guns to ammo. Today Tula is known for producing affordable ammo for shooters around the globe.
These particular rounds are made by Tula for your 9x19mm Parabellum/Luger. At 115 grain these are fairly lightweight rounds. Being lighter allows them to travel towards targets at higher speeds than their heavier counterparts and also helps keep felt recoil manageable. These are FMJ, Full Metal Jacket, rounds and do not expand on impact. Target rounds such as these can travel long distances before coming to a stop which is one reason you need to have a reliable backstop in place during range time. This ammunition is meant for target practice and plinking.
When you order this case of ammunition from Tula you get 1000 target rounds. That’s a lot of ammo, enough to keep you and your gun going for some time. With 1000 rounds you can do it all: hone your marksmanship, improve accuracy and grouping, fire with your weaker hand, and practice shooting from various positions. You’ll even have some left for punching holes in empty soda cans and water jugs. To save you money, this ammunition is produced in steel cases using berdan primer to ensure ignition and extend shelf-life. Tula manufactures ammunition at their centuries-old factory in Tula, Russia. Order now for some extensive trigger time with your 9mm.
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I shoot a lot of uspsa and steel matches. I thought I'd use this in practice, it proved to feed and function so well I' ...
Just order a caseon 1/12/2020
I’ve never been so impressed with any Ammo order. It was only 3 or 4 days from order to my front door. I was shocked. I run this 9MM
Through a PSA AKV 9mm pistol and never had even 1 screw up. Is it dirty? No more than any other 9mm. Shot 500 rds first day and cleaned the pistol just as I would any other time. Good Job guys. I’ll be buying more soon.
Better than I expectedon 11/7/2016
I shoot a lot of uspsa and steel matches. I thought I'd use this in practice, it proved to feed and function so well I've used it in matches as well. Maybe 3 of 1000 did not go off, that's as good as any "cheap" ammo I've found. All through a glock.
Target shots.on 10/27/2016
I have bought a few 1000 pkgs. They are awesome to shoot. I have never had a TTF/FTE. We have an outdoor range so we get to fire as long as we want or until we get fatigue, lol. At this price we can improve our accuracy w/o too much expense.
Great range ammoon 10/12/2016
Other than being slightly dirty (although IMO much cleaner than Brown Bear), and steel cases perhaps being somewhat harder on ejectors + most ranges ban it...it's performance is stellar! Feeds reliably in everything from small EDC autos to full size combat handguns In fact I've never had a FTF/FTE from this ammo, ever.
It's also soft shooting and quite accurate. Price just jumped up $30 @ case as of 10/16 but is still one of the perennial best deals on 9mm FMJ...highly recommended!
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- Is this bulk pack? The photo would indicate smaller packaging. Posted On: 2/12/2020 By: CARL BARCZAK
- Indeed, this is the product page for the entire case of ammunition. A case of ammo comes in a nondescript brown cardboard box that doesn't make for the most fascinating photography subject!
- is the bullet magnetic? My local range won't allow steel jacket or core ammo. Posted On: 4/9/2019 By: Jacob Miller
- Yes, these will attract a magnet.