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Old 05-16-2012, 12:40 PM   #61
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Hmmm..... I wonder how many anti-union folks would be willing to do away with the paid vacations and over-time pay they get -- and all the other things that they wouldn't have courtesy of those "evil" unions. It's ok, though, y'all can just go back to those good old days when the drudges had to work 80+ hours a week for less than $1 an hour.

I have yet to see any real difference between the so-called "dirty" TulAmmo and anything from Winchester, Federal or Remington. But then, I'm willing to look at things without the pre-conceived notions of how they "should" be.
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I don't get sick days or overtime pay. I can't call in sick. However I do have outstanding health, dental, and vision for my family and I for a crazy low price. As far as Tula goes IIRC I saw 500 rounds for around $157 online. NOT positive!

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Its Russian ammo and its dirty.
I've shot a lot of American made ammo that was just as dirty.
Now, if someone would make ammo that did not require my guns to be cleaned after firing then I would be interested in getting some.
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Hmmm..... I wonder how many anti-union folks would be willing to do away with the paid vacations and over-time pay they get -- and all the other things that they wouldn't have courtesy of those "evil" unions. It's ok, though, y'all can just go back to those good old days when the drudges had to work 80+ hours a week for less than $1 an hour.

I have yet to see any real difference between the so-called "dirty" TulAmmo and anything from Winchester, Federal or Remington. But then, I'm willing to look at things without the pre-conceived notions of how they "should" be.
Try being self employed, the unions and their workers attitude's can go pound sand. The union's are also a huge part of this country's problems. I'll buy ammo I can afford and sometimes it might be Tula.
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Everyone needs to do what they need to do. I put NO steel cased ammo in my guns. The steel case causes more wear than brass. You might not see it for a week or a month but sooner or later if you shoot a lot wear issues will raise their ugly head. JMHO based on what I learned years ago.

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If you have any pride in your weapons at all,stay away from lacquer coated,steel cased,nasty primered russian crap. Unless you have an AK-47. Its the dumpster diver of the gun world,it'll eat anything. No class
I've been using Tula for about a year in my AK and like you said, it eats every last one. Never had an issue with it
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I read the ak's should use steel cased ammo any way.

I love Tula for the AK.

but for just a little more you can get brass federal in 9mm.

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I use it all day long... My SR9 has seen more than 2k rounds from TulAmmo and Herter's... All steel cased.. Not a single hiccup or issue. My opinion is that most of the hype about steel being bad is simply hype... There may be something to it but I have not seen any problems at all and I am very glad to save even more money...

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Some American companies are starting to put out steel cased ammo because of copper prices.You should be seeing the adds about NOW!

Perhaps everyone might want to consider worrying a little less about steel cases and a little more about bi-metallic bullets,some of them are pretty hard underneath that pretty copper washed plating.Most of the indoor ranges around here won't allow the Russian stuff because it eats the backstop and I don't mean just the steel core surplus.They quit doing the magnet test and just flat banned it.

They Wally World around here has sale priced Fed Champion as low as 10.99 for 50 and a batch of beautiful shooting 124grn.RWS brass on brass for 12.00 a box/50. I think when I can I'll buy mostly American until the Russians start feeding my neighbors kids and paying my taxes.(that way I won't have to bitch about deficits and the value of the dollar while waiting in line to save 50 cents on cheap dirty shooting ammo)

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i understand the WWB is manufactured in China for Wal mart...hence the price
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