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Wolf ammo is manufactured by Wolf Ammunition. Wolf Ammunition is a Russian based company with its headquarters located in the United States in Placentia, CA. Currently, Russia is the largest producer of 7.62 x 39mm ammo! Unlike other foreign low priced ammo, Wolf ammo is non-corrosive. Most Wolf ammo comes in polymer-coated steel cases and is produced in the most popular rifle and pistol calibers (see Calibers Offered By Wolf Ammo below).
Wolf Ammunition is well known for offering quality product at competitively low prices. When using Wolf Ammo, you may have to clean between the case and the chamber of your firearm more often than usual. The reason for this extra cleaning has to do with the steel-cased Wolf casings not expanding to form a tight seal against the chamber at the time of firing.
Consequently, when Wolf cartridges are fired some of the combustion by-products accumulate between the case and the chamber. It is suggested that you clean your gun after firing Wolf ammo due to this excess of carbon. This does not have any affect on the safety of Wolf Ammo as the ammunition is in accordance with all SAAMI standards. Most gunners don't mind the extra cleaning as they are able to buy more good Wolf ammo at a bargain price!
Most of Wolf ammo is manufactured in factories located in the former USSR.
shoots good dirity than brass
Review by buckiss
I have shot wolf in four different ar 15 , shoots good , no jams , run good in all four . just dirity , but I clean my rifiles after shooting no matter what amo I shoot , a lot cheaper than brass !
(Posted on September 9, 2019)Review of 223 Rem - 55 Grain FMJ - Wolf Performance - 1000 Rounds
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Tac driver ammo
Review by Jay
Got this to see, and debunk the silly mith of will my rifles shoot this. Bought 500 rounds and ended up with an empty box. Not 1 issue firing out of 3 different rifles. Accuracy for. Plinking was perfectly fine. 100 yards out consistent groups. I would by this all day long vs brass cheaper to shoot and no function problems
(Posted on September 1, 2019)Review of 223 Rem - 62 Grain FMJ - Wolf WPA MC - 500 Rounds
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Review by Lu
Shot most of the 1,000 rounds. Couple mags left. Zero malfunctions. Great grouping. Thanks
Milled Yugo m70
(Posted on August 27, 2019)Review of 7.62x39 - 123 gr FMJ - WOLF - 1000 Rounds
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Very accurate cartridges
Review by Ken
This ammo is the exact same as Ely club, just a little cheaper, cheaper box, and labeled wolf. I really like that LG gives you an option for shipping carriers! Good stuff!
(Posted on August 16, 2019)Review of 22 LR - 40 Grain LRN - Wolf Match Target - 50 Rounds
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Review by Harry
(Posted on July 16, 2019)Review of 7.62x39 - 123 gr FMJ - WOLF - 1000 Rounds
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Great stuff for the range
Review by Eki
I have put about 1000 rounds down range at competitions and trainings. Never malfunctioned and accuracy was more than acceptable. In my opinion this ammo shoots better than some of Lake City stuff I have shot in the past.
(Posted on July 14, 2019)Review of 223 Rem - 55 Grain - Wolf Gold FMJ - 1000 Rounds
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Review by BillyBob
I use this ammo alot in my SKS. GREAT AMMO
(Posted on July 11, 2019)Review of 7.62x39 - 123 Grain FMJ - WOLF WPA Polyformance - 1000 Rounds
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Best cheap AK ammo I have found
Review by James
Sat on a shelf for 8 years. Got a PSA AK.
Fired 200 rounds without a problem of any kind. Seems louder than some other Russian ammo but who knows.
(Posted on July 9, 2019)Review of 7.62x39 - 123 Grain HP - WOLF WPA Polyformance - 20 Rounds
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Review by Double-L
I tried it in two bench rest riffles so far, A Stills and a Anschutz 54 and it grouped just as good as the Eley Tenex with no many flyers
(Posted on July 1, 2019)Review of 22 LR - 40 Grain LRN - Wolf Match Target - 500 Rounds
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Cheap with no issues
Review by Slugger
This runs better than expensive ammo in my MP Shield 9mm. I've shot 700 rounds without a single issue. For comparison I've shot 150 Hornady critical defense and had one dead round and one failure to eject, while this "cheap" ammo seems to be even more reliable somehow.
(Posted on June 26, 2019)Review of 9mm - 115 gr FMJ - Wolf WPA MC - 500 Rounds
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Review by Swagdaddy69
The rounds are cheap and work great and are accurate enough for the price
(Posted on June 23, 2019)Review of 223 Rem - 55 Grain FMJ - Wolf WPA MC - 500 Rounds
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great range ammo
Review by czzkid
bought 1000 when it was online for use in a bolt action cz527. I wish I could upload the target. I shot a 1 moa group at 100 yards with bulk ammo. also I wish I could post how clean the bolt and barrel are. I ran a bore snake through twice and it looks brand new
(Posted on June 15, 2019)Review of 7.62x39 - 123 Grain FMJ - WOLF - 20 Rounds
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Very good ammo for the price .
Review by Dead Eye
The bullets are .311 diameter . I love that they are non corrosive primers . I just fired 80 rds at my range with no problems . With my old eyes I easily shot groups that the holes were all touching at 25 yds & 50 yds and 1 1/2" group at 100 yds with the battle sight on my No.4 Mk1. Good ammo !
(Posted on June 13, 2019)Review of 303 British - 174 Grain FMJ - Wolf WPA Military Classic - 280 Rounds
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Does the job
Review by MEG
Put all 500 rounds through my HK VP9SK without a single hitch. Just made sure to clean my gun thoroughly after each use. Unfortunately my range doesn’t allow steel.
(Posted on June 8, 2019)Review of 9mm - 115 gr FMJ - Wolf WPA MC - 500 Rounds
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More expensive and worth it
Review by Basic Don
These rounds fire crisp and smooth. Very accurate from Mark IV when compared to many other rounds I have shot through this gun. I would shoot these all the time if I could afford to. I save these for when I need to out shoot my pesky brother and grandson. I will definitely buy more - and - hopefully there will be a big sale on them someday (hint hint).
(Posted on May 7, 2019)Review of 22 LR - 40 Grain RN - Wolf Match Extra - 500 Rounds
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