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Discussion in 'Hi-Point Pistols' started by Dimetri1, May 16, 2015.
Bought some TulAmmo for my 45. Is it any good or is it crap?
There's a thousand of this exact post. They all say "you won't know how it works in your gun until you try it".
its complete and total garbage the only way to possibly rid yourself of the tula plague is to simply send it to me where i will undertake the terrible process of safely disposing of every last round. I have disposed of enough of it to assure you that i know what i am doing.
Tis a bit on the dirty side but all my Ruskie guns love it.
Some firearms like it and some don't. Only one way to find out.
I shoot Tula any chance I get in my .45 JHP
The stuff is no good unless you bake it first. I recommend 500 degrees for 3 hours.
Peace favor your sword (mobile)
Great..... Now the ATF is going to confiscate his full auto, mag-clip, armor piercing oven...
It smells funny and I can't reload it, other than that, I'll use it without hesitation. Yup, see this question on just about every gun forum I'm a member of.
It shoots fine in 9 and 380 (S&W, Hi-Point and Taurus).
Well I happen to have 300 rounds so I will give it a try in my Hi-Point, hopefully this week
my friend has some wolf 9mm from the late 90s that someone stockpiled and his wife let it go really cheap after the divorce. it binds up in sccy magazines its fractions of an inch longer than wwb ammo and the sccy will only hold 3 or 4 rounds before it binds up and won't allow more to be loaded. still shoots it but thats the only problems i've ever seen with any steel cased ammo. most of my experience comes with the steel cased .40 through a glock 22 but i have shot quite a bit of it.
If you want your firearm to look like it's a smoker then use Tulammo
If you have a very slight headwind it will make your eye water.....it did mine lol
It does outta my AR..... Like snapping an ammonia cap nearby...
Exactly.....but it does kinda grow on you though.
The more I shoot, the less sleepy I get!
So does fungus.
Peace favor your sword,
So you have shot the .223/5.56... how is accuracy?
I have almost 1k of these
Like smelling salts?
I was happy with it.... Shooting off-hand at steel, seemed just as good as anything else I ran... But I shoot with my nose touching the charging handle, so you get a pretty good snoot full...