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Old 10-23-2013, 05:46 PM   #1
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TulAmmo 9mm Brass Maxx

Hi Tim from Buffalo,NY

I just found some 9mm ammo a good thing here!
has anyone used Tulammo Brass MAXX 115 fmj in a 938 or Winchester white box 115 fmj? I can't test this ammo out for a bit till i can get to the range...
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Old 10-23-2013, 05:49 PM   #2
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used the Brass Maxx and had feeding issues with my HK USP but never with my MK25. I like to use atleast 124 gr and above on my Sigs. My 229 ED doesn't like the WWB
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If it helps, Ive used the 45 auto Brass Maxx and found it to be outstanding ammo imo.
No issues whatsoever. It looked cleaner than both Federal American Eagle and Winny white box.
Of the 3, Brass Maxx would be my first choice.
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Did any of you notice if the Italian Brass MAXXes have rather thin jackets?

My Glock seems to have some kind of fouling in it after a hundred rounds - not sure if it's carbon or lead.

I might actually have to use a brass brush this time.

It does burn quite clean, though.
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I've fired many boxes of BrassMaxx in 40 and 9 without any issue at all. No failures of any kind. No more or less dirty that I can see. As accurate as any other target round on the shelf.
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I've used Tulammo 9mm but not the brass maxx...
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Old 10-24-2013, 07:38 PM   #7
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Tulammo Brass MAXX 115 fmj 140 rounds without any problems.
I also had it in 308 and no problems,the only problem was i had 19 rounds
in two of the boxes. I bought it in walmart.
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