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|Bullet Weight||115 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)|
|Ammo Caliber||9mm Luger (9x19)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||1150|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||338|
Review by Leonard
(Posted on 12/17/2019)
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exceptional / value/ quality /price an the staff is next to none/ friendly/ quick/ no problems
Review by GHOSTDRAGON9
will buy again shoots great in all 4 9 mm s //little slow i think for russian / but shoots an functions well// GHOSTDRAGON9
(Posted on 5/12/2016)
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Good Ammo for the Price
Review by Charles
I purchased 500 rounds of this brand. Ran about 300 rounds threw my Sig P250 (9mm). Yes, I did get some hickups/misfire prolly twice. Didn't ruin my range experience nor do I dislike the ammo. I have a couple of boxes left. I'll finish them and try another brand. All in all I was satisfied.
(Posted on 10/11/2015)
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WPA all the way
Review by Southpaw gunner
Ran through 60 rounds through a P228 without a hitch. There were no issues that some people may have experience with firing steel case rounds were noticed. I've found that the accuracy was also good and for the price these go for, you definitely can't go wrong.
(Posted on 1/29/2014)
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works fine depending on the firearm used in
Review by noncivilus
Picked up a box of these to give them a try and see if some of the bad reviews were warranted. Having had previous experience with Russian made, steel-cased ammo I was not disappointed, these fire fine abate light making me suspect they are using a light load, or even possibly sub-sonic load( don't own a chronograph so I can't test that myself) which in some guns that have a hard drawback may result in ejection problems. As far as leaving the gun dirty, I can't really complain too much, I've had high dollar american made ammo leave as much residue(or more) as these rounds. So all and all I'd have to say good disposable for the price.
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 11/12/2013)
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GREAT AMMO FOR THE MONEY!!!!
Review by Eugene
These rounds flow flawlessly through my Ruger P95. No issues at all. Will definitely be purchasing more. I recommend this ammo to anyone who loves quality ammo at a awesome price.
(Posted on 10/28/2013)
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SR9 feeding issues
Review by Ryan
On the bright side it has gone bang everytime so far (150 rounds into my 1000 rnd purchase) and this is good ammo for practicing failure drills but beyond that it is just FAIL.
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 10/28/2012)
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accurate but a bit dirty
Review by Steve
good practice ammo. the casings are not as slippery as brass, and will sometimes not feed correctly in the mag. if you clean your gun after the range, the dirtiness won't bother you.
(Posted on 10/24/2012)
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Great bang for the buck
Review by Jay
What can I say? It goes bang every time you pull the trigger, the price is great, and performance is great will defiantly buy again, also lucky gunner had the ammo at my house two days before their quoted date, I couldn't be happier with this purchase.
(Posted on 10/8/2012)
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very good 9mm ammo for the money
Review by jmf
I bought this Wolf WPA 9mm ammo , 500 rds , hoping it would be ok . In my S&W m&p pistol it works as good as anything I have tried , fires every time and is clean burning .
(Posted on 7/12/2012)
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Great ammo at a low cost
Review by Deadpool
I picked up 500 rounds to try in my new Taurus PT92 and I am impressed. Not a single problem with this ammo at all except that you eventually run out. If you are like me and shoot on your own property then the steel casings are a plus because clean up is make easy with a magnet.
(Posted on 7/6/2012)
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Good stuff, no issues.
Review by Joel
I have shot a couple of boxes of this 9mm with no issues. I have shot it out of two Glock Gen 4s, a Luger, and a P-38. No issues, no jams, no failures to feed or extract. This is a good value.
(Posted on 5/9/2012)
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Posted On: 3/17/2019 By: Andrew
Posted On: 9/29/2013 By: RJ
We also have this 9mm - 115 Grain FMJ - Wolf WPA Polyformance - 500 Rounds ammo in stock in a bigger quantity.
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