50 Rounds of .380 ACP Ammo by Tula - 91gr FMJ

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Ammo Quantity - 50 rounds per box
Ammo Manufacturer - Tula Cartridge Works
Bullets - 91 grain full metal jacket (FMJ)
Ammo Casings - Berdan primed steel case


Cheap ammunition for your small carry guns in .380 Auto. This Tula Cartridge Works “TULAMMO” is a great choice for those handguns that are already broken in but have hard sprung recoil springs. An obvious price winner, and a good way to avoid picking up brass, this steel casing .380 can get the job done for your range training and save you a ton of cash when you’re shooting in bulk.

These rounds are steel-cased and loaded with a 91 grain, full metal jacket projectile that’s designed for training and range use. You could, but we don’t advise using this ammo for self-defense. Instead, shoot these cheap rounds at the range and invest in something with an expanding, jacketed hollow point ammo for defense.

Given a well worked in gun, and a desire to save a tone of money at the range, this TULAMMO is an excellent choice to shoot in your small framed .380’s.

Tula is manufactured in Russia and has been serving the American civilian market for decades. Load up today with a few boxes and you’ll be happily saving cash with each trigger pull.

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Posted On: 9/27/2020 By: Judy

A: Hello Judy! This ammo is certainly meant to serve a handgun like yours well. That said, steel cased ammo is noted for two shortcomings: more frequent failures to extract, and its tendency to create additional fouling within the action and the bore. Personally, I would favor the Sellier & Bellot ammo we currently have in stock (bulkammo.com/bulk-380-acp-ammo-380auto92grfmjsb-50) for training like you're doing. That said, I often buy Tula's ammo for my handguns as well, so I believe you'll be in good standing whichever ammo you select. So long as it's got an FMJ bullet, it's the right kind of ammo for most kind of training. Please let me know if I may clarify anything better!

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