This round’s steel-free full metal jacket weighs in at 95 grains and clears the muzzle at a velocity of 1,017 fps. The FMJ is non-expanding by design, which makes this ammo far more suitable for shooting inanimate targets than self-defense.
Tula’s steel cases mean that their ammo contains a whole heckuva lot less copper – and less copper, as you may have already gathered, means a lower price tag. This ammo’s cases are plated with zinc to safeguard against corrosion in storage as well as smooth out feeding and extraction in a semi-auto. This ammo’s Berdan primers may operate on a slightly different principle, but they’re still compatible with all handguns and 100% non-corrosive to boot!
You can pick up this cartridge with a magnet, but that is only because it has a steel case. The bullet itself contains no metals that can attract a magnet.
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