I think there's more p320 complaints than Tula. Just saying. Don't/won't own a Sig. Just personal preference.
Don't ever use steel cased ammo in anything, except an AK.
They also made tons of 30 carbine steel case.There's nothing inherently wrong with steel-cased ammo. Some American companies, like Hornady, are offering steel-cased ammo. During WWII some US .45 ammo used steel cases (I have some). The US military has experimented with steel-cased ammo for decades...even M193 ammo in Viet Nam. It's not just a Russian/eastern European thing.
Would not shoot that Commie crap in a borrowed gun. As an FFL, I won’t sell it either.I was blasting away from the Blade Tech OWB holster today, outdoor range, plate rack, about 15-20 yds. Burning up some sorry ass, cheap Ruskie, steel cased ammo. 250 rds. At about 200 rounds fired, experienced a dead trigger from my EDC SIG SAUER P320 Compact. Couldn’t rack the slide. Stuck shut. Sprayed some Ballistol down the bore, along the slide, ejection port, let it cool off in the shade. Found my old,(30years?), dowel rod, placed in the barrel, jammed into the deck, got the action open, empty steel case ejected out. Cleaned the pistol, lubed, finished getting rid of the Tula cartridges. Donated some to weak hand drills. Message to the brothers, don’t use cheap steel case ammo for self defense loads. Not after firing 200+, without cleaning. Was the worst failure I’ve ever experienced, with a semi auto.