Diamondback Shooting Sports
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4.3 out of 5 stars

christopher enos
christopher enos

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

Travis the gunsmith has worked on 3 of my firearms and did a great job on all. First time speaking with him for almost 2 hrs, he's extremely knowledgeable on firearms and hunting. The manager and the front desk folks were great and pleasant as well. I recommend Travis to all my buddies.

Jessica Brock
Jessica Brock

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

My husband and I are "newbies" with firearms, but we felt welcome the very first time we stepped into Diamondback. Everyone there is always so helpful, most especially Kevin and the owner Jim. They don't mind taking the extra time to explain something to a couple that is just getting involved in this field. Even if our questions make us feel embarrassed they brush it off like it's no big deal and turn our desire to ask questions from folks that have experience as a sort of respectable quest for knowledge. This has always made my husband and I feel more comfortable to seek out guidance again in the future, which is important when dealing with firearms. Everyone at Diamondback is willing to help you learn how to be safe and feel comfortable with our purchases. They also don't mind helping us obtain general knowledge on how to use what you already have, no matter where you purchased it. We have even taken the concealed carry course there and felt it was very informative and highly recommend it. Over the past couple years we have been going to Diamondback with our kids we have NEVER had a bad experience. We've done transfers and it's always worked out well. Even the cashier Martha is super friendly! Our family is one happy customer.


1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

I went to Diamondback yesterday with my husband to buy a gun for myself. I walked up to the gun counter and was looking into a case. My husband walked around to the other side of the counters, also looking into the cases. Two employees were talking right next to me on the other side of the counter. Neither of them acknowledged me at all and when they were done talking one walked away and the other turned around, walked to the other side of the cases and asked my husband if he needed help. My husband had to point to me and say "No, my wife needs help. She is buying a gun." I was insulted, to say the least. Really?! Just because I'm a women you don't pay any mind to me??? Will NEVER go there again AND I will dissuade anyone from going to Diamondback.

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Ammo, Ammunition, Bullets

Ammo Tucson \ Ammunition Tucson AZ 2016-11-16T02:24:33+00:00

Diamondback Shooting Sports is the Best Gun Store in Tucson, Arizona for Ammo\Ammunition !

Handgun ammo is often referred to by the material of the bullet (projectile). Lead, Jacketed, Hard cast, and Frangible.
Ammo\Ammunition is also referred to the shape of the bullet. Some of the the most common are Ball / Round nose (RN), Full metal jacket (FMJ), Full metal cased, Lead round nose (LRN), Hollow point (HP), Boat Tail (BT), Soft point (SP), Jacketed hollow point (JHP), Semi wadcutter (SWC), Wadcutter (WC).


.22 long rifle rimfire 40-grain

.22 long rifle and related cartridges (.22 short, .22 long, and .22 extra long) Bullet weights among commercially available ammunition range from 20 to 60 grain. Subsonic, which also includes “target” or “match” loads, at nominal speeds below 1,100 ft/s Standard-velocity: 1,000–1,135 ft/s (305–346 m/s), common velocities are around 1,125 ft/s High-velocity: 1,200–1,310 ft/s per second. Hyper-velocity, or ultra-velocity: over 1,400 ft/s


32 ACP (Automatic Colt Pistol)

Also known as the .32 Automatic, common bullet weights 60 gr,65 gr, 71 gr, 73 gr


.380 ACP (Automatic Colt Pistol)

The .380 ACP Bullet weights ranging from 85 to 95 grains (5.5 to 6.2 g) are common.


9×19mm Parabellum

Also know as as the 9mm Luger, very popular and widely used. Common bullet weights 115gr, 124gr, 147gr


.40 S&W (Smith & Wesson)

Common bullet weights 155, 165 or 180 gr. However, there are some bullets with weights as light as 135 gr and as heavy as 200 gr


.45 ACP (Automatic Colt Pistol)

Standard load 230-grain


.38 Special

Common bullet weights 110gr, 130gr, 148gr, 158gr, 200gr


.357 S&W Magnum / .357 Magnum

Bullet weights ranging from 110 to 180 grains are most common. The 125 grains JHP loads are popular for self-defense, whereas the heavier loads are usually used for hunting.


.357 SIG

Based on a .40 S&W case necked down to accept 9mm bullets. The cartridge is used by a number of law enforcement agencies (LEA) and has a good reputation for both accuracy and stopping power. Developed to duplicate the performance of 125-grain .357 Magnum loads. The most popular bullet weights are 155, 125 and 147gr


.38 Super

Common bullet weights 115 and 124gr


10mm Auto

Most common bullet weights are 170, 155, 180 and 200gr. The 10mm outperforms the .40 S&W by 270–300 ft/s for similar bullet weights when using available full power loads


.44 Special

Common bullet weights of 135, 165, 180, 200, 240, 246, and 250 grains.


.44 Magnum

Common bullets weights 240, 270, 300 and 340gr. The .44 Magnum did not come to the attention of the general public until 1971, when it was prominently featured in the Clint Eastwood star-vehicle Dirty Harry


.30 Carbine

Common bullet weight 110. The popularity of the M1 Carbine for collecting, sporting, and re-enactment use has resulted in continued civilian popularity of the .30 Carbine cartridge.


30-06 Springfield

Common bullet weights 110, 150, 165, 180, 200 and 220gr. The .30-06’s power and versatility (combined with the availability of surplus firearms chambered for it and demand for commercial ammunition) have kept the round as one of the most popular for hunting in North America.


300 AAC Blackout (300 BLK)

Common bullet weights 115 and 125gr. A rifle cartridge developed in the United States by Advanced Armament Corporation (AAC) for use in the M4 carbine. Its purpose is to achieve ballistics similar to the 7.62×39mm Soviet cartridge in an AR-15 platform while using standard AR-15 magazines at their normal capacity.


.308 Winchester

Common bullet weights 150, 165, 168 and 175 gr. The .308 Winchester is one of the most successful hunting cartridges in the United States


.300 Winchester Magnum

.300 Win Mag / 300WM Most common bullet weights 165, 180, 190 and 200gr. Extremely versatile and has been adopted by a wide range of users including hunters, target shooters, military units, and law enforcement departments.

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.338 Lapua Magnum

Common bullet weights weights 200, 250 and 300gr. .338 Lapua Magnum developed for military long-range sniper rifles. In addition to its military role, it is increasingly used by hunters and civilian long-range shooting enthusiasts.


5.56x45mm NATO (5.56 NATO)

Common bullet weights 55, 62 and 77gr. Extremely versatile and has been adopted by a wide range of users including hunters, target / sport shooters, militaries worldwide, and law enforcement.



Common bullet weights 122, 123 and 125gr. The 7.62×39mm round is a rifle cartridge of Soviet origin that was designed during World War II. Due to the worldwide proliferation of the SKS and AK-47 pattern rifles, the cartridge is used by both militaries and civilians alike.


.50 BMG

.50 Browning Machine Gun, common bullet weights 547, 655, 700, 750 and 800gr. Civilians use for the .50 caliber rifles include long-range target shooting. The US-based Fifty Caliber Shooters Association holds .50 BMG shooting matches.