Tula’s 115gr 9mm Luger FMJ ammo will give you all the practice shots you need and have your wallet feeling a little heavier than a lot of other ammo brands.
These rounds are made in a high quality Russian facility located in a town called “Tula”. So, I’ll give you three guesses how the Tula ammo company got its name! It doesn’t cost as much to make ammo there, and we benefit! Enjoy the perks of capitalism everyone!
This 9mm ammo is made using berdan-primed, polymer-coated, steel casings. Sadly, the steel-cases aren’t reloadable but, at least you can buy dozens of boxes without having to take out a second mortgage. The poymer coating on these rounds covers a lead projectile. Also, heads up – the bi-metal jacket is actually magnetic, so it would be a good idea to call your range to make sure this ammo is allowed. Some ranges don’t like rounds that attract magnets.
Tula isn’t exactly a new kid on the block. They have been manufacturing top quality ammunition and exporting it all over the globe for over 100 years. The company has a solid reputation among gun enthusiasts in many countries.
If you’re looking for a great value, choose Tula. This projectile leaves the muzzle at 1,150 feet per second and you get 1,000 rounds per order.