The Tula Cartridge Works in Tula, Russia has operated since 1880. The plant has benefitted from Russia’s abundant iron ore deposits since the 1920s, when it began producing steel-cased ammo with bimetal jackets. Today, Tula’s output reaches into the billions, with annual exports to the US alone rising above 500 million rounds in recent years.
Review by Jeff1980
THis ammo is very good, accurate and just as dirty as Blazzer and the others in my cleaning experience (Posted on 7/11/2014)
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if you go cheap on a cheap gun, you will regret this (Posted on 11/11/2012)
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Review by Jeff S
Made my Glock 19 dirty, but it ate them just fine otherwise.
Outdoors would probably work better. (Posted on 8/3/2012)
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Review by Jon D
This ammo is very accurate, reliable and consistent. I bought two of these cases; I am storing one away and I shot all 900 rounds of the other in multiple guns without a single problem. I think it is worth getting a case or two, but only for your longterm or backup ammo supply.
Some negatives about this ammo: It is very dirty, steel-cased, not made in the USA, and I think some people might find the sealed metal container a bit hard to open at first. I gave it 3 and 4 stars because I have very high ammunition standards, but most people should find this ammo adequate at the least.
Overall recommend. (Posted on 5/13/2011)
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