Tula Ammo 9mm Luger 115 gr FMJ Steel Case 50/Box

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Product Description

Specifications

  • Caliber: 9mm Luger
  • Bullet Weight: 115 grains
  • Bullet Type: Full Metal Jacket
  • Case Type: Polymer-Coated Steel
  • Primer: Berdan non-corrosive
  • Muzzle Velocity (fps): 1150
  • Quantity: 50 per box

This 9mm ammo from Tula keeps its qualities under various climatic and weather conditions no matter what the season is. The cartridge complies with CIP requirements and is settled upon chambering until the case mouth rests against the chamber shoulder. The cartridge case, made of polymer-coated steel, is cylinder-shaped with non-projecting flange.

The Tula Cartridge Works, founded in 1880, is one of the most significant world producers of small-arms ammunition. Unique and exceptional production traditions lasting for more than 125 years, ability to apply the up-to-date scientific and research knowledge, close connection of development and production and active commercial policy - all these are attributes of a stable, perspective and dynamic company.

Customer Comments & Questions

Customer Reviews

(5 out of 5) Good ammo poor packing tho
by from Greenville, TX on

Got my order fairly quick. I'm not a big fan of steel case but then again if it cant shoot the steel it doesn't deserve the brass. I've never had any issues from this ammo at all. The only thing I could complain about is the boxes the ammo came in look like they were tossed around a lot. With torn parts on the box and fading on the packaging from being tossed around so much. Otherwise another great buy from here!

(4 out of 5) Does what it should
by from Phoenix, AZ on

Steel cased ammo is not allowed at most gun ranges due to its steel core, so as long as you know that going in, then you should be fine with the Tula 9mm. I have only ever witnessed one malfunction with this ammo some old Smith and Wesson pistol which sat in the safe for years and needed cleaning and lube. Basically it wasn’t fully cycling the slide. After cleaning and lube it worked fine. I have seen about 700 rounds of this ammo run FLAWESSLY through three glock models 19, 17, 26, two different caniks TP9sf, TP9sfx, a Sig p365, a CZ 75sp01, and a Walther ppq. In summary, I have found Tula to be handgun reliable. The debate about carrying Tula 9mm ammo is dumb, because you should invest in some good hollow points anyways, and also be sure to test these in your gun for reliability. I have heard that Tula can be hit and miss in 9mm carbines since they may require more gas to cycle, but I have not tested this myself. So for the low price, and as long as your know your range restrictions, I think Tula is a safe bet in just about any handgun. Just remember to clean and lube slightly more often because it leaves a lot of carbon build up.

(4 out of 5) Cheap and it works
by from New York, NY on

Fired many thousands of Tula ammo through my SIGs 226, 210 and CZ TSO. Had maybe 2-3 defective rounds and that was it. Main drawback is that not all ranges allow them - my guess ranges are recycling brass making some $ on the side, and these are steel, berdan primed and cant be used for reloading. Obviously it is easier to forbid them than to sort brass from steel.

(5 out of 5) With Replacement Magazines Flawless Cycling In American Tactical FXH-45 MOXIE
by from Carlsbad, NM on

Purchased TulAmmo as test ammo. Initially fired in American Tactical FXH-45 MOXIE with magazine not feeding causing jamming. Installed replacement magazines and lubed pistol slide rails with gun grease and refired with pistol cycling perfectly with no issues. Ran several full magazines of TulAmmo through two FXH-45 Moxie pistols with each performing flawlessly. Word of advice, toss the factory magazines in the dumpster use quality magazines that feed correctly and lube rails with gun grease.

(1 out of 5) Failed to fire
by from GOFFSTOWN, NH on

3 out of 50 rounds failed to fire in my Sig P365.

(5 out of 5) Good shooting
by from Albuquerque, NM on

No jams 50+ rounds recommend cleaning after a case

(5 out of 5) great ammo for the price
by from NORTH AUGUSTA, SC on

good solid ammo at this time and price point.

(5 out of 5) great ammo for the price
by from NORTH AUGUSTA, SC on

good solid ammo at this time and price point.

(1 out of 5) Bad Ammo
by from Carmel, IN on

No issues with ordering and delivery. Received ammo in about 4 days after placing order. Used about 40 rounds in my Ruger RC9 9mm firearm. Experienced eject jams about every 7 shots. Would not recommend this ammo.

(3 out of 5) Not for all Gun Ranges
by from New Castle, DE on

Bought this thinking Id be able to use at the range. But not all Gun Range will allow usage of steel case ammo. Just FYI

(5 out of 5) Great Ammo
by from Tullahoma, TN on

I bought 500 rounds and shot them in two different handguns. Not a single misfire. I am ordering more now. Great price and shot great.

(4 out of 5) Works fine for the price
by from Fort Myers, Florida on

I've had one FTF in 100 rounds.

(5 out of 5) Works Fine For Me
by from Fort Myers, Florida on

I use this Ammo in my Walther PPX 9mm. No Fail to fire or jams. I ordered 10 more boxes.

(3 out of 5) Break-in no , not burglary Ammo
by from Detroit, Michigan on

I would never carry this ammo. Too unreliable. I buy this ammo mostly to break-in new guns. If a gun will run with this stuff, it will run with most anything. Be aware that this ammo doesn't pass the magnet test. Few ranges around me allow it. The ones that do have designated steel lanes that I usually wait in line to use.

(3 out of 5) Bad Ammo
by from Madison, WI on

I wanted to see what the differences are between Steel Case, Brass Case, and Aluminum Case so I bought some of these ammo. In my test, of the 50 rounds I used, it Jammed 3 times. I would not buy this brand again.