100 Rounds of 9mm Ammo by Tula - 115gr FMJ

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Ammo Quantity - 100 rounds per box
Ammo Manufacturer - Tula Cartridge Works
Bullets - 115 grain full metal jacket (FMJ)
Ammo Casings - Berdan primed steel case


Tula ammo has done it again with the manufacturing of this economical 9mm ammo.

This ammo is loaded using 115 grain Full Metal Jacket bullets, steel cases, and non-corrosive Berdan primers. Tula Ammo 9mm 100 round packs are great to take with you to your next competition or target shoot. Easily enough ammo for a single trip to the range, these 100 round packs of Tula 9mm are staged in the usual Tula box and easily accessible once you hit the range. 9mm is easily one of the most economical rounds you can shoot for competitions, target shooting, plinking, or defensive use, and one of the most practical to stock up on if you are trying to build up your armory by stockpiling ammunition.

The 9x19mm Luger is the official NATO handgun cartridge and is still in use today by multiple countries. The 9mm round is also used in certain rifle platforms like the Sig MPX Carbine, and numerous submachine platforms like the famous MP5, MP5K, MP5SDN, and so many more. However, it it remains most well-known for its continued use in pistols such as the Glock 17, 19, 26, 34, the HK VP9, the Sig P226, the S&W M&P, and many, many others.

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Posted On: 11/10/2019 By: Stephen Dennehy

A: Hi Stephen! Thanks for contacting us at BulkAmmo.com. Typically any range that prohibits the use of steel jacketed ammo is referring to the magnetic bi-metallic jacketing popular on many foreign made, economy ammo such as Wolf and Tula. I am not sure what your range means by "Range Safe" ammo. We would need to have a bit more info on that qualifier before we can give you a definitive answer.

Posted On: 3/27/2019 By: Rich Matrisciano

A: Hi Rich. Because the Berdan primers used require more impact to detonate than some striker fired pistols generate, we always advise customers to try a few boxes before ordering bulk. That said, these should do fine in your Ruger.

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