Tula .40

Discussion in 'Ammunition & Reloading' started by CleverName, Aug 12, 2011.

  1. CleverName

    CleverName
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    Anyone have any experience with Tulammo in .40? Ive shot plenty of it in .45 and its been great plinking ammo, but .40 in a mild steel case makes me...nervous.
    Edit to add- this is to be fired from glocks 23 and 27
     
  2. deadshot2

    deadshot2
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    If you aren't reloading why would the steel case bother you? It isn't any more likely to go Ka-Boom in a Glock than brass cased ammo. In some ways it might be better. At least the case is more likely to be discarded and not loaded with the "Glock Bulge" that often forms in a case fired in a Glock, especially .40 cal.

    Shoot the Tula ammo with confidence. They make good stuff. After all, they ARE the largest supplier of 7.62X39 ammo in the world. Choice of terrorists everywhere:bluelaugh::laugh::thumbup:
     
  3. CleverName

    CleverName
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    Yea. Logically I know I shouldnt be nervous about KBs as long as I'm shooting new ammo. Ive never had a kb in a glock, and dont know anyone personally who has. I'm letting internet rumor effect my judgement, and thats the wrong thing to do.
     

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