1000rds - 38 Special Tula 130gr. FMJ Ammo

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Tula Ammo 130 Grain Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) Ammo Details

This .38 Special ammunition from Tula is an excellent target shooting load for .38 SPL revolvers and also works well in .357 Magnum handguns when a lower-recoil, lower-cost alternative is desired. Each round in this case of 1,000 fires a 130 grain full metal jacket bullet at 890 feet per second. Tula ammo is loaded in Russia using non-corrosive Berdan primers and non-reloadable steel cases. Due to its magnetic properties, this ammo may not be suitable for all indoor ranges.
  • Manufacturer
    Tula Ammo
  • Condition
    New
  • Bullet Weight
    130 Grain
  • Bullet Type
    Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
  • Use Type
    Range Training
  • Casing Type
    Steel
  • Quantity
    1000
  • Ammo Caliber
    38 Special
  • Manufacturer SKU
    TA038158
  • Primer Type
    Boxer
  • Muzzle Velocity
    890
  • UPC Barcode
    814950016550
  • Cost Per Round
    $0.21/ppr
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    posted on by James Dick

    Do not waste your money on this if you plan on shooting it from a revolver. the casings WILL NOT EJECT! They load very easily, but after they are fired they are wedged in so tight that the ejector can't move them! The casings have to be pushed with a dowel and pulled by hand.

    I've shot Tula in semi-auto pistols and rifles with no problem, but it is useless in revolvers. Save the money (and frustration) and get brass cased ammo!

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    posted on by James Dick

    I've used Tula in rifles and semi-auto pistols with no problem - so I bought it for my Charter Arms Undercover. While the rounds load easily in my .38 revolver, they WILL NOT EJECT. The ejection rod won't budge them, and every casing needs to be pulled out by hand. The casings are clearly expanding/deforming during firing, rendering the revolver useless during the time it ttakes to extract each round.

    I bought this ammo just for practice/plinking, but I can't even use it for that. Save yourself the money and frustration -- get some reliable brass cased ammo!

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    posted on by Lou

    Works better in my .357 than in my .38. Seems to be on the hot side almost a +P or +P+. It also tends to stick a little in the cylinder when you try to eject the spent casings. Goes bang every time though.

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