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1000 Rounds of 9mm Ammo by Tula - 115gr FMJ

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Ammo Quantity - 1,000 rounds, 20 boxes with 50 rounds per box

Ammo Manufacturer - Tula Cartridge Works

Bullets - 115 grain full metal jacket (FMJ)

Ammo Casings - Berdan primed steel case

1000 Rounds of 9mm Ammo by Tula - 115gr FMJ

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Good shooting range ammo
Review by kstokes
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I was a little skeptical when I first notice the price of this 9mm and 380 ammo. I used 300 rounds today and only had one round not fire. So for the price, I can except one round out of 300 not firing at the range. It would be a bigger concern of course if this was to happen while trying to defend myself or home. (Posted on 10/18/14)
Great ammo
Review by Tubbs
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I have put over 2300 rounds of Tula through my glock 19 and 17. Had a stove pipe or two but I'm sure that I just need to tighten the nut behind the trigger a bit. Just got another thousand and looking forward to lots of reliable range action. (Posted on 9/24/14)
Worked every time
Review by Tonypez
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Blew off 500 rounds in my new M&P 9 with no jams or misfires. It is what it is....range ammo. Good buy! (Posted on 8/19/14)
Worth the money
Review by Steve?P
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Ive put 300rds through my taurus pt917 with no complaint. Every shot fires, feeds, and hits what I'm aiming at. It's dirtier than the nice, expensive ammo, but I'm cheap and I don't mind cleaning my pistol when I'm done. (Posted on 8/14/14)
Great range ammo
Review by Devilfish
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Have already put about 500 rounds into my Smith and Wesson M&P 9 and haven't had a single FTF or FTE. The ammo is pretty dirty but you should be cleaning it after every session anyway, so I don't see much of an issue. Good ammo at an outstanding price. (Posted on 8/13/14)
Can be fussy with my Ruger SR9
Review by Buckeye
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My glock 19 digests it well, but the Ruger SR9 experienced some FTF, FTE problems. Good for practice; however , for CC I'd want something reliable. (Posted on 8/9/14)
No problems in Shield &Glock
Review by Fred
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Went through about 100 in Shield and brother's Glock 19. Absolutely no problems. Will shoot more and will report any problems.


(Posted on 7/6/14)
jacked up my Ruger p 95
Review by Gino
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tore up the extractor in my p 95 Ruger 9 mm.brass onley from now on
(Posted on 7/2/14)
Cheap, Ineffective
Review by Matt
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Don't bother with this ammo. It's dirty as heck, you can notice a different sound when fired versus more expensive ammo, and it jams fairly regularly.

People at the range laughed when they kept seeing me trying to unjam this garbage. (Posted on 7/1/14)
Good Deal
Review by Ham-z
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Have run through 400 rounds so far. One fail to fire. Good deal for plinking ammo for sure. Using Springfield Armory 9mm XD and Browning HiPower. Mostly the SA. (Posted on 6/17/14)
Tula Ammo is usually a good value, extra if you don't reload
Review by klmspider
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The steel is probably a bit more wearing on gun internals, but more than offset by price considerations. A bit dirty, few bullet-weight choices, and almost always FMJ, but practice, ok. Want to clean up where you shot? use a magnet! True, some guns require brass-cased ammo, true, you don't use this when carrying for serious self-defense, but it does do routine work well. Well-made handloads can beat it, especially when your loading hours don't count, but only if you are exacting in all details of reloading. (Posted on 6/4/14)
Great ammo
Review by WJ
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Fast delivery. Good quality, emptied half the box with my Glock 17 already, did not see any problem. (Posted on 5/25/14)
good job
Review by pondoman
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Order easy. Delivery good. Follow up great. (Posted on 5/4/14)
Great Practice Ammo
Review by Ozark Flyflinger
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Have run 200 rounds through the Glock 19
Functioned flawlessly,
Great Price (Posted on 5/3/14)
Not half bad
Review by DAKiNG
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I've heard a ton of rumors about wild ammo and I'm surprised at how will this stuff worked! 500 rounds through my Kimber master carry with zero malfunctions. No noticeable stagnate fine to the shells so there was likely no damage done to the ejector (no noticeable ware). I did however notice a slight difference in the way it shoots. I can't fully explaine it, but the recoil feels softer than other 115 gr ammo. I also have worse consistency between shots. Might be mental, but over all it seems like great plinking ammo especially considering the cost of standard .45 acp. (Posted on 4/27/14)
Great for practice
Review by yodajunkie
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My ruger lc9 works just fine on anything I have tried so far, including the steel cased. I have not had a single jam, or FTF. The recoil is almost exactly the same as my Hornaday critical defense rounds, so I can practice with the cheap stuff, and still be confident if I ever have to use the defense rounds for protection.
My wife's Diamond back .380 is a different story. It jams with the steel case stuff almost every other shot. Just goes to show you that some guns don't like some ammo. Don't buy a ton, until you know it will work well in your gun, you may end up selling a bunch you can't use for less than you paid, just because your gun won't cycle it. At least she only bought one box before she found out. (Posted on 4/25/14)
Pretty Good
Review by TwinReverb
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For the price, this is good ammunition. It seems to foul up my gun a little bit more than other ammunition, in terms of the amount of residue left behind, but otherwise it's a bargain. So far no duds. Also, didn't notice any unusual wear on my extractor. However, it's made in Russia. (Posted on 4/22/14)
Depends on the gun
Review by Doug S
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My Ruger P-89 will eat anything I feed it - including this with no problem. On the flip side, my wife's S&W M&P Shield gets at least one "failure to eject" per mag with the poly coated steel cased stuff, however, it will handle Tula brass cased just fine. Guess it just depends on the gun.

(Posted on 4/17/14)
i had bad luck with these
Review by Vonstrobl
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I had two boxes of this stuff and for somereason i was getting light primer strikes. My S&W SD9VE Didnt like it fired 10 rds and 4 had the primer strike but didnt fire. then whent to white box winchester fired 200 rds no issues. guess my gun didnt like this ammo. (Posted on 4/14/14)
perfect practice ammo
Review by molonlabe
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Cheap enough to shoot often. And practice makes perfect. Less issues than reloads. Never have any issues with accuracy. Highly recommend, unless you have some fancy custom made pistols. Then you probably have the money for brass (Posted on 4/12/14)
Good Plinkin' Stuff
Review by Mark
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I hear a lot of people complaining about this ammo as "dirty" and/or unreliable. I believe a lot of their problems are with the fact it's Russian made. I've run this ammo through 9mm, .40 and .45 (especially .45) and have never had a jam or FTF, period. Yeah, it may be a little dirty, but no more so than Winchester white box. I'm a true capitalist. If the price is right (which it is in this case), I'll buy ammo that's not American made. It allows me to pass a lot more ammo through my firearms and keeps my skills (or lack thereof) honed. (Posted on 4/10/14)
Good Plinkin' Stuff
Review by Mark
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I hear a lot of people complaining about this ammo as "dirty" and/or unreliable. I believe a lot of their problems are with the fact it's Russian made. I've run this ammo through 9mm, .40 and .45 (especially .45) and have never had a jam or FTF, period. Yeah, it may be a little dirty, but no more so than Winchester white box. I'm a true capitalist. If the price is right (which it is in this case), I'll buy ammo that's not American made. It allows me to pass a lot more ammo through my firearms and keeps my skills (or lack thereof) honed. (Posted on 4/10/14)
Nice stuff !!!!
Review by 9x9x9x9
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Great ammo at a decent price. Love it so far. (Posted on 3/26/14)
Hell Yeah!
Review by Hole Puncher!
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Plinker or not, I never had a jam or misfire with my P95 with 3- 45rd mags.
Mows stuff down and keeps on keeping on! (Posted on 3/6/14)
Glocks rock
Review by Jimmy Jay
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Maintain your equipment like your life depends on it,because sometimes it does,and this ammo is just fine. Mine once depended on a beretta m9 and I'm still here. (Posted on 7/3/13)
Very pleased!
Review by Paul
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I've fired several hundred rounds from my CZ75, SigP938, and Bersa 9MM with no jamming whatsoever. No issues with accuracy either. (Posted on 6/15/13)
only ammo i use
Review by nathan
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i shoot tens of thousands of tula, whether it be 7.62x39.....7.62x54r.....9milli etc. Its dirty, but it's also easy to clean a gun. i'll save a few bucks for some elbow grease anyday. never ever had a misfire in my years with tula ammo. once you go russian.....you save 15% (Posted on 3/17/13)
Very decent ammo
Review by KSM
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Had no problems shooting this ammo. Ran 2 full clips simultaneously and never jammed. I recommend this ammo. (Posted on 2/18/13)
they work
Review by ttn
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Haven't noticed them being especially dirty or anything. They fire right and true. No noticable difference to any other I've used. (Posted on 1/23/13)
tulammo 9mm
Review by mini 14
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My taurus pt99 eats this ammo up and people say taurus is junk....hardy har har (Posted on 12/16/12)
awesome! ammo you cant beat period!
Review by bodezephyr
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I can say this ammo I don't care who it is as the best bang for the buck! I got both 9mm pistol and carbine they love it and cant gobble it up fast enough! if it don't work for you your not holding the gun tight enough or it has other issues ! I ran through 100 rounds of Remington ammo same gr 115 nothing but crap like I always remembered it to be in the past but hey each gun likes different stuff in it got to try several to find what it likes to shoot best ! tula ammo rocks I never have an issue with their ammo of any type! buy it and buy tons of it if you shoot a lot!
(Posted on 12/16/12)
Great ammo!
Review by Chris
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So far my SR9c loves this ammo! after 500 rounds it has been very clean, and reliable with no issues at all, i will without a doubt be buying much much more of this ammo! just wish it was a little cheaper! (Posted on 11/25/12)
All Good!
Review by E
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No problems whatsoever in my Glocks. (Posted on 11/10/12)
Not worth it...
Review by Brian
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Bought 1000 rounds, for target practice and I regret it. The ammo is dirty. After firing only 100 rounds, my XD looks like I've gone through 500. I get misfires and bad feeds. No other ammo have I ever had any of these problems. Do yourself a favor, spend the extra little bit of money and purchase a better product. You'll be happy you did. (Posted on 10/31/12)
Great deal
Review by Dustau
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For the price, these rounds are great. I did not have any issues with M&P 9mm or 92fs at the range. Even the Ruger LC9 ate up these value loaded rounds! Sure they are dirty, but when isn't your weapon when you put 200 rounds or more in a day at the range. I will buy again! (Posted on 8/27/12)
Great Value
Review by Lee
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Bought 1000 rds of Tula - 115gr FMJ and it’s probably the best value on Bulkammo.com. I’ve shot 800 rds in my new Beretta 92A1 with no issues. It shoots well, relatively clean, and it’s cheap. I put in another order to stock up again. (Posted on 7/18/12)
I will buy again
Review by 22BackOps
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This is perfectly good range ammo. I've run about 500 rounds through my XDm 5.25 so far and ran into one misfire (unsettling to see that dent in a live round), and find the ammo a bit more prone to misfeed - probably because the ammo is a little dirty. A heavier application of dry lube after cleaning solved the misfeeds and made cleaning easier. Shoots very tight groups up to 50 feet. (Posted on 5/5/12)
Worth it
Review by Frank
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No issues with this ammo. Shooting and shootinig and shooting with my M9, no issues whatsoever. I will absolutely order this again. The rooskies made some cheap but good ammo. (Posted on 5/1/12)
Damn Good
Review by jay
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Flawless so far... got about 200 left and not a single miss feed or misfire. Accuracy is good and it's not to dirty. Will order again real soon. Thanks for coming through once again Bulkammo.com!
(Posted on 4/28/12)
Best cheap ammo that I have shot
Review by ARizer
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Out of 1000 rounds I had absolutely zero jams, misfires, or duds. Used my 92FS, XDM, and Hi-Power. Was shooting 4" groupings at 25 yards with all. (Posted on 4/10/12)
good stuff
Review by Chris
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Ammo works as described. So far no issues out of 400 rounds fired. Service was fast, delivered quickly. (Posted on 4/10/12)
I've had problems....
Review by Salmo1
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I purchased 1000 rounds of 9 mm for use at my indoor range. So far I've had several jams in my Hi-Point pistol and have been informed by the owner of the range that they would not allow Tula ammo any more because of the jams caused by the steel case and the difficulty in removing the jams...safety issues. Although the price was right, I'm going to have to pass on this brand for indoor shooting, in favor of brass cased loads.

(Posted on 4/9/12)
Best bang for your buck!
Review by J.
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Ammo does well with both (Walther PPQ & Ruger P89) hand guns. Fired well, always has. Definetely like to keep this ammo on hand. (Posted on 4/9/12)
great ammo for plinking
Review by James
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Excellent ammo, have fired 600 rounds thru my Ruger sr9c and only 1 round jammed. Good ammo. (Posted on 4/4/12)
Works great every time I use it.
Review by gunterr
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This is great ammo for the price, I use it almost every time I go to shoot. Most of the time I use it in my Bersa Thunder 9, never had a problem. The most I have shot in one day is maybe 350 and not one pronlem. (Posted on 4/1/12)
Great Stuff
Review by ColWW
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Great working ammo, can't beat the price and preformance. (Posted on 3/31/12)
jammed
Review by towel
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Ruger P95. Jammed several times. Like the price, but the performance is much lacking. (Posted on 3/1/12)
GOOD DEAL
Review by Nick
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I have shot over a thousand rounds through my M&P and have only had a couple FTF. For the price this is a great buy for someone who does a ton of shooting. (Posted on 11/5/11)
CZ 75B-100 round test
Review by The Armed Brony
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I just bought my CZ and wanted to try with a cheap ammo. I choose Tula for the simple fact: Cheap as Dirt. I went in expecting total crap, but found something that rivals 22lr in fun and affordability. The CZ ran mag after mag with out a single miss fire in any way shape or form. Now, accuracy was problematic, all the people in my area say pistols cant shoot accurately past 25yds, but this ammo and gun together could do a 4inch group at 35yds, a 6inch group at 45yds and my dad (better with pistols than me) at 35yds hit a steel plate with every single round...it must be "junk" to shoot past 25yds...I will definitely be stocking this in the ol' ammo closet. (Posted on 11/2/11)
Great to stock up.
Review by Jarrod
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I fired 50 rounds through my Glock 19. I had two jam. It was the first time I fire the pistol, so may have needed cleaning. Great to use as a stockpile or range plinking. (Posted on 10/25/11)
Great Value
Review by Keeton
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I've been working through my first 1000 of this round through my Gen 3 Glock 19 and have only had 2 primers not fire on the first pull. Both went on the second try. great range round! (Posted on 9/7/11)
Tula 115g 9mm Ammo
Review by Ed
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This ammo fired well through my glock 19. I had two jams. Maybe I shouldn't have cleaned the glock before firing it. I should have shot it clean. Over-all a good value. Excellent plinking ammo. (Posted on 8/18/11)
Great ammo
Review by Jim
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This ammo never jams and always fires. Delivered quick and in good shape (Posted on 7/24/11)
Great ammo
Review by Jim
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This ammo never jams and always fires. Delivered quick and in good shape (Posted on 7/24/11)
For the price is for the range
Review by Jeff
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I was able to shoot this ammo through my Glock 19 4th Gen today for the first time. Out of 50 rounds I had one FTF. Now whether it was because I shot over 500 UMC that same day and it was getting dirty (I doubt because I went back to UMC and had no hook ups) the ammo was spot on at 25feet and I have no complaints at 50ft. These are steel cases and I've never shot a steel case before but loading them into the 15 mag felt a little tough. For the range this is a great buy (Posted on 3/12/11)
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Tula Ammo is a great way to fuel long shooting sessions at a reasonable cost. This 1,000 round case of 9mm Luger cartridges does just that, firing a light 115-grain bimetal full metal jacket bullet at a muzzle velocity of 1,150 feet per second. Unlike some other Russian ammo, Tula ammo is non-corrosive. It uses economical Berdan primers and polymer coatings chosen for their non-tosicity. Although it generates slightly more fouling than some domestic competitors, Tula ammo has proven itself to be cheap, reliable, and accurate.

Founded in 1880, the Tula Cartridge Works of Tula, Russia has produced steel-cased ammunition since the 1920s, taking advantage of the country’s massive iron ore resources. Although not reloadable, steel casings have delivered reliable performance for the company’s customers in dozens of countries around the world. Since the fall of the Soviet Union, Tula has established a strong following in the US and exports more than half a billion rounds to America every year.

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Q: How much does a case of 1000 weigh?

Posted On: 9/14/14 By: Robert

A: Hello Robert, The weight of 1000 rounds of 9mm 115 grain ammunition weighs around 30 pounds.
Q: Corrosive or non-corrosive powder and primers?

Posted On: 10/4/11 By: Greg

A: This Tula 9mm ammunition is non-corrosive.
Q: This looks like a really inexpensive way to get practice ammo. But would the lower 115 gr. be a significant difference when practicing to affect real life situations using higher gr. defensive ammo?

Posted On: 9/28/11 By: Candy

A: There will be a difference, but it is not a very significant difference. Depending on the velocity of the defensive ammunition that you choose, you might perceive that it has less felt recoil than this Tula 115gr 9mm.
Q: are these steel core or lead core bullets?

Posted On: 7/21/11 By: Gert

A: Tula's 9mm 115 gr FMJ ammunition has a lead core bullet but it features a bi-metal jacket which contains steel in the jacket. The term bi-metal used by many Russian manufacturers to describe their bullet composition is a somewhat confusing term. In essence, this bullet features a lead core enclosed in a steel jacket that is then enclosed in a 100% copper jacket or coating. This process helps make their ammunition more economical for shooters due to the cost advantages of substituting steel for copper.