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Old 02-06-2013, 01:16 AM   #1
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I havent heard any rumors of any kind of tula ammo going from steel to brass. My local walmart never,has,ammo but i always check to see. Well i seen a box of Tula brass maxx. Just from wow factor i bought it. It cost $21.65 otd. But the word Maxx has me curious and i cant wait to try it out


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Anyone seen any other tula brass
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Old 02-06-2013, 01:20 AM   #2
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223 brass would be nice, I'll continue to run steel throught the SKS forever though.
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Im currious if they have any rifle brass
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Never heatd of tula going to brass. But ive seen crazier things related to firearms.
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Would they use berdan primers, or boxer primers?
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Interesting!
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Would they use berdan primers, or boxer primers?
Oops, it says Boxer primers in the pic.
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This would be nice in x54r!!!
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It has Tula's name on the box but it's made by Fiocchi of Italy. It's boxer primer brass case with the standard copper jacket lead core bullet. So far I've seen it in 9mm 40 S & W and .223 Rem. none in my local WalMart's as of yet but I don't buy commercial ammo anyways.
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It has Tula's name on the box but it's made by Fiocchi of Italy. It's boxer primer brass case with the standard copper jacket lead core bullet. So far I've seen it in 9mm 40 S & W and .223 Rem. none in my local WalMart's as of yet but I don't buy commercial ammo anyways.
Thought it was odd that it says made in Itally
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