Bullet weight (grains)

91

Average bullet velocity (V 10 m/s)

305 - 315

Max pressure (P max. avg., MPa ≤)

135

Rounds per box/case

50/1000

Case weight (kg)

~ 10.0

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 Steel case,

brass jacket bullet

berdan primed

Steel case,

bimetal jacket

berdan primed

Brass plated steel case, brass jacket bullet

berdan primed

Brass case,

brass jacket bullet

boxer primed

DESCRIPTION

The cartridge .380 ACP is used for sporting and training pistol shooting in shooting galleries and ranges. The cartridge keeps its qualities under various climatic and weather conditions at the temperature range  from -20 °С to +50 °С.

The cartridge case is  cylinder-shaped with non-projecting flange.

The cartridge complies with CIP requirements.

B.C. (G1) = 0.078

.380 ACP (9x17) FMJ

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DESCRIPTION

The cartridge 9 mm Luger is used for sporting and training pistol shooting in shooting galleries and ranges. The cartridge keeps its qualities under various climatic and weather conditions at the temperature range  from -25°С to +50 °С.

The cartridge case is  cylinder-shaped with non-projecting flange.

The cartridge complies with CIP requirements.

B.C. (G1) = 0.109

9 mm Luger FMJ

Bullet weight (grains)

115

Average bullet velocity (V 10 m/s)

350 - 390

Max pressure (P max. avg., MPa ≤)

235

Rounds per box/case

50/1000

Case weight (kg)

~ 12.1

 Steel case,

brass jacket bullet

berdan primed

Steel case,

bimetal jacket

berdan primed

Brass plated steel case, brass jacket bullet

berdan primed

Brass case,

brass jacket bullet

boxer primed

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DESCRIPTION

The cartridge .40 S&W is used for sporting and training pistol shooting in shooting galleries and ranges. The cartridge keeps its qualities under various climatic and weather conditions at the temperature range  from -20°С to +50 °С.

The cartridge case is  cylinder-shaped with non-projecting flange.

The cartridge complies with CIP requirements. 

B.C. (G1) = 0.163

.40 S&W FMJ

Bullet weight (grains)

180

Average bullet velocity (V 10 m/s)

250

Max pressure (P max. avg., MPa ≤)

225

Rounds per box/case

50/500

Case weight (kg)

~ 8.6

 Steel case,

brass jacket bullet

boxer primed

Steel case,

bimetal jacket

boxer primed

Brass plated steel case, brass jacket bullet

boxer primed

Brass case,

brass jacket bullet

boxer primed

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DESCRIPTION

The cartridge .45 AUTO is used for sporting and training pistol shooting in shooting galleries and ranges. The cartridge keeps its qualities under various climatic and weather conditions at the temperature range  from -20°С to +50 °С.

The cartridge case is  cylinder-shaped with non-projecting flange.

The cartridge complies with CIP requirements.

B.C. (G1) = 0.155

.45 AUTO FMJ

Bullet weight (grains)

230

Average bullet velocity (V 10 m/s)

220

Max pressure (P max. avg., MPa ≤)

130

Rounds per box/case

50/500

Case weight (kg)

~ 10.9

 Steel case,

brass jacket bullet

boxer primed

Steel case,

bimetal jacket

boxer primed

Brass plated steel case, brass jacket bullet

boxer primed

Brass case,

brass jacket bullet

boxer primed

LONGSTANDING EXPERIENCE

IN AMMUNITION PRODUCTION -

A GUARANTEE OF QUALITY AND SAFETY

The Tula Cartridge Works and The Ulyanovsk Cartridge Works are among the largest producers of small arms ammunition in the world. Unique and exceptional traditions lasting for more than 130 years, the ability to apply the up-to-date scientific and research knowledge to production process – are the basis of sustainable development of the companies. 

 

The history of The Tula Cartridge Works goes back to 1880 when Emperor Alexander II ordered to set up the ammunition factory in the city of Tula. As early as in 1882 the factory reached production capacity of more than 30 million cartridges.  Over 25% of all ammunition used by the Russian Army during the World War I (1914-1918) was supplied by The Tula Cartridge Works.

 

The Tula Cartridge Works contributed greatly to supplying the Red Army during the World War II (1941-1945). The factory produced 7.62 mm cartridges for «ShKAS» machine gun, 7.62 mm cartridges for «TT» pistol and cartridges for «Nagant» revolver.

 

The history of The Ulyanovsk Cartridge Works goes back to 1916 when the Russian Government decided to build a cartridge factory in the town of Simbirsk (now Ulyanovsk). Over 350 million of cartridges produced in Ulyanovsk were used by the Russian Army during the World War I. During the World War II every third cartridge sent to the front was made in Ulyanovsk.  

Nowadays, TulAmmo brand is well known in Russia and abroad. Shooters and hunters all over the world enjoy high quality and safety of our products. The overall export of ammunition under the brand exceeds 500 million rounds per year.

ТНЕ TULA CARTRIDGE WORKS

47-B, Marata str., Tula, 300004, Russia
Tel.: +7 (4872) 41-32-90
Fax: +7 (4872) 41-11-74
E-mail: sales@tulammo.ru
www.tulammo.ru

The Tula cartridge works

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The Tula cartridge works

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