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Old 05-14-2014, 05:40 PM   #21
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Well if they stop selling ammo, then I won't have a reason to shop there haha. It'll be nice not to have to rub shoulders with people who could've been extras in the lord of the rings without costume/makeup.
Fernando, you really need to find a better place to shop!

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Old 05-14-2014, 06:48 PM   #22
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Fernando, you really need to find a better place to shop!

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I'd switch to Target if they sold ammo. It's like walmart, but ever so slightly more expensive, and the gene pool is better.
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Sounds exactly like the tulammo brass maxx 9mm I bought at wally world. It's looks like it's jacketed in brass too. I'm willing to bet a lot of these similar/identical rounds are coming from tulla and they just get branded out to other guys for a profit. Did they come in a round plastic tub?
These are packaged in a brown carboard box with green and black ink. Boxed 50/per box.
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Is the brass clean and the bullet seated properly? Check for that. TulAmmo has never been my favorite but if it is just for practice, then go for it!
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Tulammo is what it is. Cheap ammo. People are

somehow delighted to pay half as much for it, then

pissed off, at the range, when it doesn't perform as

well as ammo costing twice as much. HOKAY...
Good point. But it looks like there can be confuaion over what TulAmmo is exactly. Kind of like Wolf, which also gets a lot of complaints. TulAmmo seems to be more of an importer, and not a manufacturer. There is indeed Tula arsenal in Russia that makes a lot of steel cased ammo and sells it to Wolf and TulAmmo and Bear, and other importers. But Wolf and TulAmmo seem to import from other sources as well.

For example: Wolf Gold is mostly Prvi Partisan ammo. Prvi Partisan and Sellior and Bellot also make ammo that is imported by Winchester or under the Prvi Partisan name itself. Wolf Match .22 is some high quality target ammo that is made in Germany. Wolf alos imports other inexpensive steel cased ammo from Ulyanovsk.

So, this Italian made ammo from TulAmmo, has an unclear pedigree as far as I can tell right now. It looks like it may be sourced from Fiocchi, but I'm not familiar with too many othe Italian ammo manufacturers, that may be producing this stuff. But Google seem sto show that Fiocchi UK carries this line of ammo.

But then people associate a problem with one line of ammo from one source in a importer's catalog, and all of a sudden it all has an internet reputation as being crap if it has that importers name on it, when the true problem may be only with the one manufacturer.

I've used Fiocchi with no problems in the past. So I imagine this will work fine for range practice, and still give me good reloadable brass.
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Doing a bit more research, and this probably is the replacement for the BrassMaxx line from TulAmmo. The 9mm 50 rd boxes of Brass Maxx were made in Italy, while the 9mm 100 rd. canisters were made in Bosnia Herzegovina.

So, I'm pretty sure this is a Fiocchi product, distributed by TulAmmo.
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Anyone use these yet? They are $14 for 9mm at Walmart. Not a bad price. I bought a box and I'm going to run half of the thru my bersa ultra compact and my beretta 92fs.

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Heard of it, yet to see or shoot it.

From what I read, it is made in Italy (your Beretta should like that) and distributed by Tula.

Oh yeah, if I see some, I am buyin' some.

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Shot it today. 0 problems and all cycled good. This will be my new cheap ammo for 9mm. Now need to find it in 380 and 223 to try.


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