You have no items in your shopping cart.
Tula Cartridge Works Ammo For Sale
All About Tula Ammo
TulAmmo is a Russian ammunition manufacturer that has been a dominant force in the industry for hundreds of years. They are sometimes referred to as either Tula or Tula Ammo and they claim to be the largest supplier of small arms ammunition in the world, with over five hundred million rounds sold every year. TulAmmo produces non-reloadable, steel-cased ammunition for both militaries and the general public at their Tula Works Cartridge Factory, which is located just outside of Moscow.
TulAmmo combines their lengthy experience with modern production processes to produce high-quality, steel-cased ammunition that is coated with a patented polymer to reduce friction and wear on gun barrels. They’ve chosen to use steel components to drastically reduce the price of their ammunition compared to ammo made using brass cases, and the steel cases are safe for use with modern firearms. TulAmmo doesn’t sacrifice quality to produce their value-based ammo, all of their products meet Europe’s C.I.P or United States’ SAAMI requirements.
Since this ammunition is steel-cased, it’s not recommended for reloading, but for shooters who don’t reload or are limited in budget, TulAmmo is a reliable and accurate alternative to brass-cased ammunition.
Tula Handgun Ammunition
Handgun ammunition is one of TulAmmo’s primary products, and they offer several popular calibers, including the .380 Auto and .40 Smith & Wesson. They also produce the more esoteric 9x18 Makarov and the 7.62 x 54R, a popular choice for Mosin Nagant owners. The 9mm TulAmmo cartridge is often chosen because its cheap price point allows shooters to plow through large amounts of ammunition without concerning themselves with the cost of every round fired downrange. Simply put, it's easy to buy in bulk on just about any shooter's budget and it delivers reliable performance at the firing line.
TulAmmo’s handgun ammo is made with non-corrosive Berdan primers. They recently moved from a bimetal, copper jacketed bullet to a zinc coated bullet, which they claim improves accuracy by more than 10 percent over their previous design. Due to the steel casings used in the construction, their handgun ammo exhibits some magnetic properties and may not be suitable for all indoor ranges. The handgun ammunition TulAmmo produces is the right choice for any recreational or competitive shooter looking for reliable and inexpensive practice or training ammunition.
Rifle Ammunition from Tula
TulAmmo’s rifle ammunition offers the same reliability as their brass-cased competition, thanks to Tula’s low-friction polymer coatings. The .223 and 7.62x39 are two of their most popular rifle calibers, and both calibers are available in multiple bullet weights. Their 308 / 7.62x51 is a popular choice for both hunting and long-range shooting and is made using Berdan primers. Their 7.62 x 39 ammo is another popular choice for recreational shooting and sometimes for hunting. TulAmmo’s rifle ammunition is constructed with anti-corrosive bullets and recommended for use with bolt action, semi-automatic, and carbine rifles. This rifle ammo is also designed and tested to ensure high performance in extreme weather conditions.
History of the Russian Company
Peter the Great brought the company to life all the way back in 1712 when he decided the city of Tula, Russia needed to become a producer of ammunition. In 1882, the newly formed Tula Cartridge Works had already produced over thirty million rounds. Over 25 percent of ammunition used by the Soviet army during World War I was produced by TulAmmo and the brand continued to supply ammunition for the army through World War II. After the wars, they automated their production line and continued to develop new types of ammunition. TulAmmo originally used brass cases for their ammunition but pivoted to steel cases in the 1920s in to protect Russia’s precious metals supply.
In 2005, TulAmmo took over Ulyanovsk Cartridge Works, which was built in 1916 by the Russian government in the town of Ulyanovsk (then known as Simbirsk). The Ulyanovsk Cartridge Works manufactured over three hundred and fifty million rounds for the Russian military during World War I and made history when every 1 in 3 rounds used by Russia during World War II was made by Ulyanovsk.
After more than three hundred years, TulAmmo remains an active and prominent provider of ammunition for the global firearm community. TulAmmo is now exporting an estimated 50 percent of their overall ammo production and they have well-established a reputation for providing the best-bang-for-the-buck ammunition on the market today. Their low costs, high-quality product, and well-backed reputation make TulAmmo a dominant contender in the budget-priced ammunition market.
45 ACP TULA 230 GRAIN FULL METAL JACKET (500 ROUNDS)I haven't been shooting for months because of the prices of ammo which are double+. So i broke down and bout this ammo and was really amazed at how clean and accurate it is. Definitely recommend Tula ammo(09/14/2021)
9MM LUGER TULA 115 GRAIN FMJ STEEL CASE (1000 ROUNDS)I've fired well over 500 rounds of this Tula ammo with no problems whatsoever. Great for target shooting.(09/06/2021)
223 REM TULA 55 GRAIN FMJ STEEL CASE (1000 ROUNDS)Excellent ammo. Never a jam in bushmasters or Windham. The zinc coated bullets are at least 10 - 15% more accurate than conventional jackets. Always smooth and in perfect balance. I've fired probably 2000 rounds before ammo prices went up. I find no issues with quality or power and my chrome bull barrel loves it and the barrel stays much cleaner too with the zinc. Only problem I ever had with Tull is sometimes I get zinc coated bullets and sometimes copper jacket. I prefer the zinc coat 10-1 over the copper. The hollow points are great too and I have dropped several large deer thanks to it's accuracy.(08/27/2021)
9MM LUGER TULA 115 GRAIN FMJ STEEL CASE (1000 ROUNDS)I was skeptical about this ammo, so I bought 500 rounds, just to see if it worked well enough for practice. So far, there have been no problems with feeding, accuracy, or ejection. I just bought another 1000 rounds for range use.(08/15/2021)
9MM LUGER TULA 115 GRAIN FMJ STEEL CASE (1000 ROUNDS)This ammo fires...that's about it. I scored expert with 9mm Berretta in the military and though it's been many years since then I hunt and I manage to take down game so my aim is still on target. We shot this through a couple newer GLOCKS and none of the three of us could get a decent grouping at 25 feet. Half the time we couldn't even hit the target which was 16" square. Kinda upset I bought a thousands rounds of this. I have an old Army friend that is a police firearms instructor and he confirmed my suspicion, this ammo is not accurate.(08/08/2021)
7.62X39 TULA 122 GRAIN HP (40 ROUNDS)Great deal on great ammo! 1,000's downrange with Tula, and I've never had a misfire through the WASR-10. The real beauty of this particular deal is the HP on the box. Not always easy to find hollow points for your AK/SKS.(07/24/2021)
223 REM TULA 55 GRAIN FMJ STEEL CASE (1000 ROUNDS)I have Never had a jam with this ammo after shooting 1,000's of rounds ! I have also replaced my ejector clip spring to a heavy duty spring ... and have Never had a jam ... !(06/30/2021)
223 REM TULA 55 GRAIN FMJ STEEL CASE (1000 ROUNDS)Has always worked well. Waiting for the price to come down a little more and I'll order about 5000 rounds(06/27/2021)
357 MAGNUM TULA 158 GRAIN FMJ (1000 ROUNDS)thay all will go bang but thay alwas get stuck in the revolver chamber(06/25/2021)
308 WIN TULA 150 GRAIN FMJ (500 ROUNDS)I was hesitant after reading issues with ejection with M1A. Sooo I bit anyway because of price and have to say had no issues with my gun firing and ejecting these rounds.(06/09/2021)