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Old 02-11-2013, 03:45 AM   #31
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Sure its basically safe but it runs hard and dirty so you wont see it running through my guns

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Or you could show a little respect to your guns and buy quality ammo
Well run out and buy a bunch
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Or you could show a little respect to your guns and buy quality ammo
I won't my guns to show respect to me. Eat whatever I feed them and not give me any lip about it. After all there are places in the world ware guns are starving. They should be happy there is food on the table.
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I won't my guns to show respect to me. Eat whatever I feed them and not give me any lip about it. After all there are places in the world ware guns are starving. They should be happy there is food on the table.
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Like I said to each his own. Can you survive and function on dog food? Yes, as it is mandated by the Gov't that it be consumable by humans. Do you want to live on a bag of Purina Puppy Chow? Probably not. Your gun likely feels the same way.

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Like I said to each his own. Can you survive and function on dog food? Yes, as it is mandated by the Gov't that it be consumable by humans. Do you want to live on a bag of Purina Puppy Chow? Probably not. Your gun likely feels the same way.
So I guess you also use only premium fuel, full synthetic oil and drink Dom Perignon?
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Like I said to each his own. Can you survive and function on dog food? Yes, as it is mandated by the Gov't that it be consumable by humans. Do you want to live on a bag of Purina Puppy Chow? Probably not. Your gun likely feels the same way.
I have got to say that is the dumbest comparision i've ever heard here & i've heard dum doozies
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I probably wouldn't use Tula in a Hammerli.

OTOH, why feed a dog Tenderloin????

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Like I said to each his own. Can you survive and function on dog food? Yes, as it is mandated by the Gov't that it be consumable by humans. Do you want to live on a bag of Purina Puppy Chow? Probably not. Your gun likely feels the same way.
Purina People Chow (?).
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Come on guys.....
"it runs hard and dirty"....what does that even mean?

If any specific ammo was causing one of two things:
1 - malfunctions (and I was 100% sure that the malunction was specifically caused by said ammo)
2 - damage (and again - 100% sure that damage was a solely caused by said ammo)

Then and only then - would I cease to use that ammo.
Is TulAmmo a bit dirty? Sure but so is American made WWB ammo - neither is more or less dirty than the other.

Again, I have run literally thousands of rounds of this stuff through an AK - but besides that, I have also run it (though admittedly not as much or same round count) through my Ed Brown Kobra and my Dan Wesson Guardian.
I clean my guns each time I shoot - why would "dirty ammo" bother me? It doesn't.

It has never malfunctioned and never caused any damage.
I do know that there are some reports of others having these issues and if I ever have them, then my mind would change. But for now - I see nothing whatsoever wrong with TulAmmo.
I do not baby my guns. I bought them to shoot and I expect them to shoot anything that I run through them. Period.

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