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Old 02-14-2013, 12:36 AM   #61
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I know of 5 people who I shoot with that have glocks. All it them have ran countless rounds of Tula with no problem at all. So if everyone's glock can eat it but yours what dose that tell you. It's not the ammo.

The only reason I stopped buying Tula is bc you can't reload it.
Either you aren't understanding what I type, your biased, or you are just trying to incite some inflamed response. What part of it worked 100% before and after the use an ammo that caused a 40% failure rate....regardless of who made it, Tula Speer Remington whatever. There are more than a few instances of people using Tula and reporting multitudes of issues that simply disappear when other ammo is used. It was be statistically nearly impossible for all those people to experience the same problem with the same ammo and all find the same fix of using a different ammo. I bought Tula. It failed to operate successfully in my weapon, which is in proper working order. I changed to a higher quality brand named ammo (and in this case some of the cheaper aluminum as well) and it worked flawlessly as it still does to this day. There is no question to the fact that the ammo was the problem.
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I used it in my 40S&W with no problems. However my Bersa didn't like it so well.

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I've bought it on occasion. Picked up a bunch cheap at a show awhile back. Shoots fine in my Beretta but is a bit dirty. I normally avoid buying anything I can't reload. 9mm is my exception, if the price is right why not.

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Either you aren't understanding what I type, your biased, or you are just trying to incite some inflamed response. What part of it worked 100% before and after the use an ammo that caused a 40% failure rate....regardless of who made it, Tula Speer Remington whatever. There are more than a few instances of people using Tula and reporting multitudes of issues that simply disappear when other ammo is used. It was be statistically nearly impossible for all those people to experience the same problem with the same ammo and all find the same fix of using a different ammo. I bought Tula. It failed to operate successfully in my weapon, which is in proper working order. I changed to a higher quality brand named ammo (and in this case some of the cheaper aluminum as well) and it worked flawlessly as it still does to this day. There is no question to the fact that the ammo was the problem.
Cool down man.

Some guns just dont like tula. My CZ's, Sig, and my old Ruger have/had no problem with it. Then again a friend who was shooting out of the SAME box as I was had multiple failures in his glock. Im not beating on glocks or anything but they may just be alittle more picky on the ammo than some other guns.
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Cool down man.

Some guns just dont like tula. My CZ's, Sig, and my old Ruger have/had no problem with it. Then again a friend who was shooting out of the SAME box as I was had multiple failures in his glock. Im not beating on glocks or anything but they may just be alittle more picky on the ammo than some other guns.
I agree never had an issue with my 226 or my AR but the Bersa 85 had real issues with ammo and was extremely picky.
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Cool down man.

Some guns just dont like tula. My CZ's, Sig, and my old Ruger have/had no problem with it. Then again a friend who was shooting out of the SAME box as I was had multiple failures in his glock. Im not beating on glocks or anything but they may just be alittle more picky on the ammo than some other guns.
I'm perfectly calm. The one responding to me repeatedly insisted that my handguns are in some way defective when it was no less than obvious given the info I provided that the Ammo was the sole cause of the failure. The OP asking the question is it safe. I answered with my experience that it is "unreliable" at best causing a massive failure rate of 45%.
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I'm perfectly calm. The one responding to me repeatedly insisted that my handguns are in some way defective when it was no less than obvious given the info I provided that the Ammo was the sole cause of the failure. The OP asking the question is it safe. I answered with my experience that it is "unreliable"
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45% failure rate on Tula ammo?
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Between my Mosin and my milspec, I've run about 1500 rounds. Not a single malfunction of any type.
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I'm perfectly calm. The one responding to me repeatedly insisted that my handguns are in some way defective when it was no less than obvious given the info I provided that the Ammo was the sole cause of the failure. The OP asking the question is it safe. I answered with my experience that it is "unreliable" at best causing a massive failure rate of 45%.
I assume you mean 45% failure rate for Tula in your handgun?
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Between my Mosin and my milspec, I've run about 1500 rounds. Not a single malfunction of any type.
Same here in my RIA 9mm after maybe 1,000 rds-
Thats about all i shoot right now with the ammo crunch 'n all---
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