Manufactured in one of Wolf's legendary production facilities in Russia. This product is steel-cased, berdan-primed, non-corrosive, and non-reloadable.
|Bullet Weight||115 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)|
|Ammo Caliber||9mm Luger (9x19)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||No|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||No|
|Cost Per Round||36.0¢ per round|
Product Question and Answer
Posted On: 9/29/13 By: RJ
- works fine depending on the firearm used in Review by noncivilus
P.S. Yes I did have some ejection jams with this ammo, but considering I was also teaching a new shooter it worked out great since it gave a unpredictable live jamming situation, and also provided another nice teaching tool with my Walther PPQ M2, the ammo failed to push the slide back far enough on a empty mag for it to lock in place, made for some nice FTF scenarios. (Posted on 11/12/13)
- GREAT AMMO FOR THE MONEY!!!! Review by Eugene
- SR9 feeding issues Review by Ryan
The issue is for some reason it has issues jamming up down inside all 6 of my SR9 magazines. I'm close to the 2k round mark with this weapon and other than 2 FTEs and 2 light-strikes very early on (within the first 100 rnds, but a fluff and buff and a thorough cleaning solved those issues) it has been perfect. It has had a combination of, well everything. WWB, Blazer steel and brass, Tula, Federal +P, Remington, etc. sometimes all in the same mag and no issues.
For the last 75 rounds of today's range time I sprayed a bit of Break-Free down into each mag and that seemed to solve it but such steps shouldn't be necessary. As I said, Tula, which has a lot in common with this, feeds, fires, and ejects just fine so I can only assume it has to do with the polymer coating on this ammo.
I highly recommend trying a 50rnd box first before buying the 1k like I did. (Posted on 10/28/12)
- accurate but a bit dirty Review by Steve
- Great bang for the buck Review by Jay
- very good 9mm ammo for the money Review by jmf
- Great ammo at a low cost Review by Deadpool
- Good stuff, no issues. Review by Joel