Originally Posted by Lyricd
Here is the round after removal next to an unfired Tula and an unfired Hornady. Seems like it is normal and it was removed by racking the slide with a large amount of force. I haven't tried loading another Tula for fear the same will happen. Any ideas on why this happened?
If I remember correctly, the round that jammed was the first Tula you had tried to fire but your gun shot other ammo just fine. Correct?
If so, I would get a micrometer and check the outside dimension where the casing meets the bullet.
It's hard to tell with the naked eye, but I would assume the Tula is slightly larger around than your "other" functional ammo which prevented it from fully seating in the gun.
It's still really weird though. I've known Tula to have many issues in regards to reliability but being unable to simply chamber one is a first for me.