38 Special - 130 Grain FMJ - Tula - 1000 Rounds vs Beretta 90-TWO

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Handguns 38 Special - 130 Grain FMJ - Tula - 1000 Rounds Beretta 90-TWO
Firearms Review Rating Not Rated
Firearms Review Rating Not Rated
Bullet Weight 130 Grain
Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
Ammo Casing Steel
Quantity 1,000
Primer Type Boxer
Muzzle Velocity (fps) 890
Muzzle Energy (ft lbs) 229
Attracts Magnet Yes
Action Double Action
Caliber 9x19mm Parabellum
Capacity 17+1
Sights Night Sights
Barrel Length 4.9"
Finish Black
Gun Type Pistol
Brand Tula Cartridge Works Beretta
Reviews See 32 Reviews See 20 Reviews
MSRP $500.00 $413.85
Used Price $350.00 $289.70
Sale Price $450.00 $372.47

Handguns Descriptions

38 Special - 130 Grain FMJ - Tula - 1000 Rounds

This 38 Special FMJ ammo is great for a day of range training, and it won't sacrifice your wallet in the process. These 38 Special rounds will work great in your revolver or lever action rifle, and for a fraction of the cost of brass ammunition. Tula Ammunition is known in the shooting community for producing quality and affordable steel ammo. Tula Cartridge Works is a Russian company that has been producing weapons and ammunition for over 300 years, and was founded by Tsar Peter I. Tula produces steel cased ammunition which was chosen over brass cased ammo to save money; several Russian companies follow the same plan. Tula ammo is an example of some of the best and cheapest steel cased ammunition. This ammo is steel cased, Boxer primed, non-corrosive and non-reloadable.

Beretta 90-TWO

The newly designed frame of 90two pistol ensures trouble-free insertion and holster extraction, thanks to its rounded and truly snag-free surfaces. Inside the frame, near the disassembly lever, a metallic recoil buffer reduces the impact of the slide assembly against the frame during the shooting cycle. By redistributing the stresses, the recoil buffer increases the service life of the firearm. Trigger guard is also rounded to ensure, when firing with two hands, the correct positioning of the supporting hand.

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