Tula Ammo is a great way to fuel long shooting sessions at a reasonable cost. This 1,000 round case of 9mm Luger cartridges does just that, firing a light 115-grain bimetal full metal jacket bullet at a muzzle velocity of 1,150 feet per second. Unlike some other Russian ammo, Tula ammo is non-corrosive. It uses economical Berdan primers and polymer coatings chosen for their non-tosicity. Although it generates slightly more fouling than some domestic competitors, Tula Ammo has proven itself to be cheap, reliable, and accurate.
Founded in 1880, the Tula Cartridge Works of Tula, Russia has produced steel-cased ammunition since the 1920s, taking advantage of the country’s massive iron ore resources. Although not reloadable, steel casings have delivered reliable performance for the company’s customers in dozens of countries around the world. Since the fall of the Soviet Union, Tula has established a strong following in the US and exports more than half a billion rounds to America every year.