This .357 steel cased ammunition is brand new Russian import. The Tula Cartridge works has been producing ammunition to both military and civilian spec since the year 1880. Tula has produced ammunition for the Russian and Soviet Military during both World War one and World War Two, and throughout the cold war. Today, Tula supplies ammunition not only to Russia, but to governments worldwide. Tula Ammo is seen in a wide variety of roles, from the battlefield to the back woods. Tula has earned a solid reputation producing cartridges that are reasonably priced, reliable and built tough. All Tula .357 ammunition is new production. Tula .357 ammunition is in compliance with CIP requirements.
Ammunition is polymer coated steel cased. Cartridges are boxer primed and non-corrosive. The bullet is bi-metal copper and steel with a solid lead core.
Note: Some users have reported cartridge casings sticking in their cylinders after firing, you may want to purchase a box to test. Many revolvers run this ammunition flawlessly. Some mainly imports have been documented to have more difficult time extracting spent casings.Quantity - 50 rounds per box
Manufacturer - Tula
Bullets - 158 grain full-metal jacket (FMJ)
Casings - Boxer-primed steel case
Review by Gibinez
Review by Lawrence
same thing (above) happened tula ammo in my .38 spl.
however, i ran 200 rounds thru my 9mm glock 43 with absolutely no problem at all. go figure.
i'll stick with better brands for my revolvers in the future. (Posted on 2/10/17)
Review by Kelly
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Review by Dragon
Best advice i can give
Under powered by far
Couldnt even shoot 10 without a problem
Now i have 990 rounds left to do lord knows what with..
(Posted on 1/13/17)
Review by Pops
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Review by bigbandsaw
Review by Sorry
Same problem with the shells jamming In my S & W special handgun. I purchase 1000 rounds (Posted on 5/12/16)
Review by TM
Do others have similar problems with other revolvers? I'd be interested to know if the 38spl rounds do the same thing. (Posted on 5/1/16)
Review by hpgr2012
Review by SGT ROBERT A
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