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|Bullet Weight||94 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)|
|Ammo Caliber||.380 Auto (ACP)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||984|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||196|
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not bad by grumpyfart on 6/29/2014
Feeds & fires without problem in my Bersa thunder.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
An economical way to shoot, if you have access to a range where you can shoot with a bi-metal jacket.
I like Wolf pistol ammo. It shoots consistently. The only problem is that most indoor ranges will not allow you to shoot ammo with a bi-metal jacket.
Mediocre All Around
Through a Walther PK 380, we had failure to fire, failure to seat and failure to eject issues. We shot 100 rounds and had about 6-8 with troubles. Was fine for target practice but yeah the other reviews were spot on.
OK choice if there's no other choice
I picked this up when ammunition was scarce and felt lucky to find any .380 anywhere. There were no failures to fire like other reviewers noted. I found my M&P Shield EZ .380 gummed up after 50-70 rounds of Wolf ammo. After firing, the next round wouldn't seat in the barrel. This happened 3 times. I field stripped and cleaned the handgun, and it worked fine. I'll shoot through the rest of my supply but won't order again...until the next year-long ammunition shortage!
fair practice ammo
Several of the reviews pointed out failure to fire experiences, pointing out that primer and gun were a factor. l shot mine thru a Sig .380 and a Makarov .380. Sig had 2 out of 25 failure to fire. The Makarov fired the lot. Of course the Makarov can also be used as a hammer or club. I wouldn't use them as a duty ammo but for what I bought it for it works okay.
they work not all of them but worth it
I would only use these rounds for the range, I wouldn't load my sig with these for EDC. They work great for the range or for just breaking in a new gun. I used a Sig p238.
You get what you pay for.. usually.
I have fired 25 rounds so far and had 2 misfires. The primer was struck, but failed to fire. I fed them back thru and they fired the 2nd time around. Now i bought this ammo for practice only and the real world drill of a clearing a misfire [twice] was was good from a practical standpoint. I will not buy this brand again.
Primers were sub par!
There were at least 3 rounds in every box I shot that did not fire! The primers were struck perfectly but no fire! I would not recommend this ammo! I also had feed problems (Glock 42). All other ammo I've used worked fine! It is also very dirty! I had to spend 20 minutes just on the barrel of my new Glock 42 to get it clean. The only positive is the price but spend the 2-3 dollars more a box and get a decent ammo for the range!
Cheap for practice, not reliable.
Used in my Bersa .380 and Walther ppk.
Very flashy discharge and basically worked like any other. However miss fired rate of 1 in 30. Never would I carry this type of ammo because it's not reliable at all. Only had two issues with loading and ejecting the cases.
I'll find another type of ammo even for just practice.
Ask around before you buy
Not a good experience with this ammo and my S and W Bodyguard 380 . Price was attractive but this ammo simply would not feed correctly. Also experienced several failed primer strikes. Abandoned trying to shoot this after only 15 rounds and a whole lot of problems.
Continued shooting my Blazer Brass and American Eagle with zero problems.. so all the problems were due to this brand of ammo.
Other brands of 380's may handle this ammo fine or this one box may have been complete junk.........just ask around before you buy
You're reviewing: 380 Auto - 94 Grain FMJ - Wolf Military Classic - 50 Rounds
Posted On: 7/17/2021 By: Jasmine M
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