Tul Ammo Brass Max

Discussion in 'General Handgun Discussion' started by jcd390, Sep 23, 2013.

  1. jcd390

    jcd390 New Member

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    Okay, so being a new shooter I was curious if anyone could provide some insight on the Tul Ammo Brass Max? I just recently picked up two boxes at Wal Mart. Any pros or cons, it was dirt cheap so that is why I am curious. Thanks in advance.
     
  2. Chainfire

    Chainfire Well-Known Member Supporter

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    I have shot a bunch of it and have no complaints.
     

  3. limbkiller

    limbkiller New Member

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    Same here. .223, 9mm, .45 auto, and .380. It has been good so far.
     
  4. jcd390

    jcd390 New Member

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    Thanks, much appreciated!
     
  5. CrazedJava

    CrazedJava New Member

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    Looking forward to trying it myself. Had good luck with their steel ammo. Helps that my pistols aren't picky.
     
  6. danf_fl

    danf_fl Retired Supporter

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    I have seen where the quality of ammo does affect accuracy.

    And it seems that the cheaper ammo, the worse accuracy.

    Most won't notice with a handgun.
     
  7. robocop10mm

    robocop10mm Lifetime Supporting Member Lifetime Supporter

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    I picked up some Tulammo .45 ACP brass casing at the range recently. It seems to be fine. Cleaned up nicely, sized w/o issues. Will load and shoot some soon
     
  8. thehammer

    thehammer New Member

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    Brassmax is the real deal.
     
  9. qwiksdraw

    qwiksdraw New Member

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    After shooting 300 rounds of 9mm Brass Max, so far it has proven to be consistent and shoots cleaner than Winchester or Remington.

    If BrassMax is on the shelf, I'm going to buy it.
     
  10. QueenGlamis

    QueenGlamis New Member

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    ^^^^ agree with all of the above.
     
  11. WillWork4Ammo

    WillWork4Ammo New Member

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    I've had great results with Tula Brass Maxx and Tula steel 9mm.
    My Hi-Point 995 carbine eats the Tula steel with no problem.:)