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Posted On: 7/9/2022
By: Fred Bowser
A: No sir. The 7.62x39 cartridge is most frequently fired in the AK-47. It's much smaller than the 308 Win your AR-10 is chambered for. HOWEVER, you can fire 7.62x51 in your 308 rifle as well. They're not strictly identical cartridges, the 308 and the 7.62x51, but they are so similar that SAAMI does not consider it unsafe to fire 7.62x51 in 308 firearms and vice versa.
Posted On: 5/13/2022
A: Thanks for reaching out Edward! I regret that we only ship ammunition to recipients who are at least 21 years of age. You can indeed purchase rifle ammunition at a younger age, but we must take extra special caution due to the sensitive nature of our business. I pray you'll understand – I genuinely do wish we could serve you!
Posted On: 10/30/2021
By: Richard Myers
A: Thanks for reaching out Rich! We can indeed ship to Long Island. We just have to ship it to an FFL dealer so you can pick it up at their place in person. Please check out this page for all the info about our service to New York:
Posted On: 9/1/2021
A: Yes sir, we have 21 cases in our warehouse as I type this!
Posted On: 3/28/2020
By: Clint Hilzendager
A: Thank you for reaching out, Clint! We hope to have this ammunition back in stock shortly, at which point our price will accompany it on our product page. Thank you for bearing with us as we resupply our warehouse in the wake of the pandemic scare!
Posted On: 6/6/2019
A: The Wolf Performance is a lacquer sealed ammo where as the Military Classic is a polymer coated. Both are great choices.
Posted On: 3/3/2019
By: Duncan McOkiner
A: Where the Wolf brand ammo is made varies. Some is Barnaul produced, most is produced by Tula Cartridge works.
Posted On: 2/18/2019
By: Dick Drew
A: You can select which of the two carriers you prefer upon check out! We give the pricing for both, and let our customers choose!
Posted On: 1/24/2019
A: The Classic is loaded with a different propellant. There will be no significant difference in performance in the two.
Posted On: 8/22/2018
A: Hi Keith,
Thanks for reaching out to us! All Wolf Ammunition is now loaded in steel casings that are coated with a polymer coating to ensure reliable feed and function as well as to protect the casing from tarnishing. The lone exception is the white box true military ball (in the generic white box). This is still loaded to the military specifications which call for a more protective lacquer coating. Many shooters feel that while the lacquer coating does better protect the round in a moist environment, the increased debris caused by the lacquer coating flaking during expansion leads to reliability issues in more tightly built rifles such as the AR. For this reason, the polymer is much more in demand by sportsmen.
Posted On: 11/23/2017
A: Hi Manny,
Based on the information available from the manufacturer, these are non-corrosive.
Posted On: 8/1/2017
A: Hello RK,
This ammunition is loaded with a lead core, bi-metal jacketed projectile. Due to the steel content in the jacket, this ammunition will not pass any type of magnet test.
Posted On: 10/27/2014
A: Hello Rob,
This ammunition will be packaged and shipped in a 1000 round case with 50 - 20 round individual boxes. For long term storage, it is recommended that the ammunition be stored in a air tight container.