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Old 09-15-2012, 03:52 AM   #1
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As any one used it? If so what did you think?

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Old 09-15-2012, 04:02 AM   #2
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As any one used it? If so what did you think?
I have its very dirty and bad for ur gun, its made up of metal so when its fired it doesnt really expand much so it can be damaving to your gun. Thats the way it was explained to me. I wouldnt shoot tula or any russian metal cause it can be very damaging also if they double packed a round and it damaged your weapon i would imagine it would be hard to get them to replace it
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It runs like a champ through my sks

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If you have a gun that is already malfunctioning steel case ammo can be helpful. The abrasive nature of steel case ammo will polish surfaces and remove debris from the chamber. Tula ammo is reasonably accurate. However, many manufacturers do not recommend the use of steel case ammo and a few say the use of steel case ammo will void the warranty.

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It runs like a champ through my sks
Its russian-rolls eyes
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If you have a gun that is already malfunctioning steel case ammo can be helpful. The abrasive nature of steel case ammo will polish surfaces and remove debris from the chamber. Tula ammo is reasonably accurate. However, many manufacturers do not recommend the use of steel case ammo and a few say the use of steel case ammo will void the warranty.
Ive heard the same i just buy crom my reloader its cheap and guranteed ap im gtg
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I've shot Tula ammo 9mm rounds through my ruger p 95 never have a problem no miss fires nothing it's kinda dirty but hey it's cheap works good and does the job

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I shoot it through my old p 89 but I will not use it in my glock

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I think the pistol calibers are loaded light, but the .223 are great. I just picked up 1000 rounds from SGAMMO for $235.00 shipped.

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Unlike brass when scraped, the steel casings may scrape small shavings which can collect in the internals of the gun. If you clean your gun after each use, you shouldn't have any problems.

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