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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.
Not compatible with my weapon
Review by Adam
They are about like mixing in dummy rounds randomly into your mags. Great for practicing failure to fire drills. So far this is the only ammo that gives me trouble in both of my G19’s. Even for the price they aren’t worth it. At least two per mag would fail. Switch ammo, no issues, but this stuff back in and failures left and right.
(Posted on February 19, 2019)Review of 9mm - 115 gr FMJ - Wolf WPA MC - 500 Rounds
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Lucky Gunner Goes the extra mile
Review by david
In anything there is a potential for a problem, but even when something goes wrong, Lucky Gunner does the right thing. Thanks Lucky Gunner!
(Posted on February 1, 2019)Review of 7.62x39 - 123 gr FMJ - WOLF - 20 Rounds
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Better deal than ANYWHERE else
Review by Quigs
I get as much as i can of this stuff before a day at the range, best price ive found so far
(Posted on January 20, 2019)Review of 9mm - 115 gr FMJ - Wolf WPA MC - 500 Rounds
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Great for training but not much more
Review by Aw
I do not shoot much .380 and only own two pistol a S&W Bodyguard and a Diamond Back. Both guns had multiple issue. Everything from the normal jams, stove pipes, extraction issues, primer issues, even a few stuck cases, several cases even had their primers missing after being fired.
While fkr some reason. 380 is rather expensive compared to its counterpart the 9mm I didn't buy much of it and only had a few hundred rounds. While it was not as fun as we had hoped it did end up being a grest afternoon training and manipulating the slide and mags clearing jams, sfuck cases(ended up switching to primary carry guns after the Second time a case got stuck and ran the mag through then adressed the case issue) ,and other scenarios. When we intended to have a fun time with the dueling trees and other plinking. But it was a good skill building afternoon but. We did have some other ammo that djd function.
I did not buy the ammo that I had issues with from Lucky Gunner but on sale at a local gun shoo that had a decent sale on it so I grabbed some to try and well I have not bought it again. Also the pistols were in good shape and functioned just fine with the other ammo we had so it was not a gun issue. But I did polish the feed ramps and chambers because they had some feeding issues when new and vwent away after polishing things up.
(Posted on January 11, 2019)Review of 380 Auto - 92 Grain FMJ - Wolf Performance - 1680 Rounds
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Review by John
I ordered this for my 1944 long branch. Fires well, I can easily hit targets at 50 yards. Sometimes has a little issue scraping on the underside of the bolt, but not that big if a deal.
(Posted on January 3, 2019)Review of 303 British - 174 Grain FMJ - Wolf WPA Military Classic - 280 Rounds
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Good quality, good value, all over the place at 100 yards (4-5" grouping)
Review by Jefe
Reasonably good ammo, shot quite a bit of the 1000 ordered, no jams/misfires etc out of a diamondback AR. Accuracy leaves some to be desired, not good for a 10" plate at 400 yards, get better ammo, 3/4 IPSC at 300 yards center mass is no problem for this ammo. I like it for 300 yards and in, fun plinking/target acquisition practice.
(Posted on January 2, 2019)Review of 223 Rem - 55 gr HP - Wolf WPA MC - 500 Rounds
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Review by Timothy
GREAT GREAT AMMO. The only thing I've noticed is that a few times my bolt fails to lock back on last round, which isn't an issue at all for me, only happened about 3 times out of a thousand rounds. Pretty clean for the price and would definitely trust my life to it any day of the week.
(Posted on December 21, 2018)Review of 223 Rem - 55 Grain - Wolf Gold FMJ - 1000 Rounds
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Good inexpensive ammo
Review by TEN-X
I built a "pistol" with an Odin Works 12" barrel, nitride BCG, handguard and Anderson recievers just to shoot this ammo. It is inexpensive, reliable and accurate enough for plinking, tactical practice and just having fun. I believe this ammo would do well for defensive purpose. There is a hollow in the bullet nose. I have read that this causes the bullet to yaw on impact. This is very effective against soft targets.
It would be great for completion if these range officers would understand that the "bi-metal" jacket is doing no more harm to their steel targets than standard FMJ. I have a private range at my residence and have shot thousands of rounds at A-500 armored plates. Rifle ammo puts a small dimple in the plate but does no more damage after that. Even bi-metal wolf 7.62 and 6.5 ammo. I did managed to crack a plate with a 375 H&H solid. Still did not penetrate. I am going to buy as much of this ammo as I can afford.
(Posted on December 13, 2018)Review of 6.5 Grendel - 100 gr FMJ - Wolf Military Classic - 500 Rounds
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Solid steel target ammunition
Review by Mark
Another winner from WOLF. For the steel case ranger, this is a fantastic round. Slightly less expensive than the military classic line, it still delivers a powerful, clean punch perfect for plinking.
(Posted on December 13, 2018)Review of 7.62x39 - 123 Grain FMJ - WOLF WPA Polyformance - 1000 Rounds
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Overall, it shoots!
Review by bumpermanJ
I've bought thousands of rounds of this ammo, primarily running it through my Glock 19 Gen 4. I've only had one FTE. (Only other problem was with an new shooter.. limp wrist).
I've had some shooting buddies poke fun at me for shooting this 'Russian crap', but my thinking is I get to shoot more for cheaper! Overall good ammo... especially for the price point. Thank you Lucky Gunner!
(Posted on December 10, 2018)Review of 9mm - 115 Grain FMJ - Wolf WPA Polyformance - 500 Rounds
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not for glock 42!
Review by Andrew
great for malfuntion drills! chunks of debris come off i think from the dimples in case, holding the bullet in. Cant fire too many of these cause it will jam your action quick!
(Posted on December 3, 2018)Review of 380 Auto - 92 Grain FMJ - Wolf Performance - 1680 Rounds
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Review by Nick
Runs absolutely perfectly in my Arsenal SLR104FR. And isn’t to rough on my steel targets.
(Posted on November 25, 2018)Review of 5.45x39 - 60 Grain Full Metal Jacket - Wolf Polyformance WPA - 750
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Good training ammo
Review by Nick
Have ordered a bunch of this stuff. Runs flawlessly in my Beretta M9 and my Salient G34
(Posted on November 25, 2018)Review of 9mm - 115 gr FMJ - Wolf WPA MC - 500 Rounds
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Good and cheap
Review by Matt
I bought this as cheap plinking ammo and was not disappointed. This was cheaper than anything else and had no issues (no split cases, no hang fires or duds, etc.). I would buy again.
(Posted on November 15, 2018)Review of 303 British - 174 Grain FMJ - Wolf WPA Military Classic - 280 Rounds
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Review by Big daddy
Bought 1000 rounds and have put 700 through the ole s&w. Not a single failure of any kind. Great ammo at a smoking price
(Posted on November 8, 2018)Review of 9mm - 115 Grain FMJ - Wolf WPA Polyformance - 500 Rounds
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