This round forgoes costly brass in favor of its steel shell casing. While that may preclude it from service at a reloading bench, that steel nearly halves this cartridge’s price tag makes it a sound investment indeed -- especially if you don’t happen to own a reloading bench. Tula coats their steel casings in clear polymer, so you can still be assured of getting smooth, reliable feeding and extraction out of your semi-automatic pistol!
This cartridge’s 92 grain full metal jacket projectile also promotes efficient feeding, and serves to prevent the accumulation of lead in your pistol’s barrel as well. Tula’s Berdan primer may sound foreign, but it’s still highly dependable and as non-corrosive as any American round’s Boxer primer. Their propellant burns clean, too! Just the thing for affordable target shooting and plinking, all the way from Russia.
Review by Kevin V
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