TulAmmo Brass Maxx

This is a discussion on TulAmmo Brass Maxx within the The Ammo Can forums, part of the The Armory category; I picked up a box of Tula Brass Maxx. 115 FMJ, non corrosive, Boxer primed. (like I know what that means!) Not Ukrainian. Italian. Brass ...

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    TulAmmo Brass Maxx

    I picked up a box of Tula Brass Maxx. 115 FMJ, non corrosive, Boxer primed. (like I know what that means!) Not Ukrainian. Italian. Brass jacketed bullet, brass case.

    I almost walked away from it because of the Tula name. The brass has heat discoloration. I will try it out in a week or two. $13.85 at Wally World.
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    Somebody rated this ammo on another forum. Bought a plastic tub of 100 rounds at WM for about $22. According to the poster, the boxed ammo is made in Italy, while the bulk tub is made in the Ukraine (go figure). He said it was accurate and fairly clean. I'd try it.

    As for "boxer primed", there are two types of primers, boxer and berdan. Berdan primers are corrosive, largely used in older rounds. There still may be someone, somewhere still using them, but none come to mind at present.

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    corrosive meaning over a period of time and metal urging has made some leaps over the last 100 years so what used to attack the metals quicker has slowed down. shoot it but clean the gun afterwards just to play it safe. guns with corrosive primer usage have survived wars
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    I ran a 100 round tub last weekend thru my G34 and a Kel Tec P-11. It fed perfectly in both guns and as was noted was reasonably accurate. That is pretty much normal with the Glock, but the P-11 can be somewhat picky about what it shoots.
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    Was it mercury in the primers that was corrosive?

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