About 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.
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MaxraysFebruary 26, 2022
Can’t remove cases
The casings swell and are difficult to remove after firing. Not good.
CraigDecember 13, 2021
Spent cartriges get stuck in the cylinder and are almost impossible to remove.
Purchased this amo for my wife but its not much good if she can't unload the spent rounds after she shoots.
RockJuly 27, 2021
The same issue as most. Swelling of the casings.
Would not buy again. Due to swelling of the casings
STEVENMarch 24, 2020
Nice pile of .38 special just in time
.38 sp is very nice, shoots well, quick no fuss delivery, thanks Lucky Gunner Team!
SamMarch 5, 2020
2 or 3 casings of almost every load ejected half way from S&W and Kimber 357 caliber revolvers.
HaroldDecember 30, 2019
The worst ammo ever
Recently I purchased 500 rounds of Tula .38 special steel-cased ammo. This ammunition is of terrible quality. It all fires OK, but the cases don't contract after firing and are extremely difficult to extract. Some of the cartridges do extract easily, but
MikeSeptember 11, 2019
Cases jam & crack when fired
I have a lot of cracked cases with this 38 spl. ammo. Each time it wedges tight. This is with my Ruger Blackhawk as well as two other .38 revolvers.
KsHeritageJuly 1, 2019
Dependable and inexpensive ammo
I have shot a lot of .357 Tulammo in my 1892 Rossi with no problems and recently tired the.38 Special Tulammo. Like the .357 I have not had any issues in my Rossi. The ammo has proven to be both dependable and inexpensive and quite accurate too!
ScottAugust 22, 2017
Good training ammo
Try a small quantity first, to make sure your revolver likes these. I have a few GP100's that have no problems with it, and some that will not eject this ammo. I use it for high volume match training, speedloader training, etc. If I shoot 5,000 rounds of
RRWAugust 8, 2017
Great for Lever-Action Rifle
Used these primarily in my M92 Rossi 38/.357 lever-action. They worked flawlessly and were accurate. Have used them in a SAA Clone and did not have any sticking problems and soft shooting. Good for getting Shooting practice.
JameyJuly 18, 2017
Do not buy
Cases swelled in chambers excessively. Very difficult to extract cases from cylinder. Some cases blew the primers completely out. A good price on junk isn't a good price.
KeithMarch 28, 2017
Ammo will not eject from my S&W 686
I purchased in early Feb before the most recent negative reviews and I expected this to be worry-free target ammo but that is not my experience. I have a new S&W 686 .357 and this ammo WILL NOT eject. I was not expecting this to be the best ammo I hav
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