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|Bullet Weight||55 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)|
|Ammo Caliber||.223 Remington|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||3130|
Wolf ammunition has been imported from Russia to the United States for many years now. Wolf Performance Ammunition, Military Classic, combines all the value that Wolf typically bring to the market with new features that any shooter could appreciate.
The Wolf ammunition I tested was their 55 grain, full metal jacket load. It features a polymer-coated steel case in a non-corrosive primer. The bullet has a lead core with a bi-metal jacket. It will attract a magnet, so some ranges will not allow to use it. However, it will not damage your rifle, and it is not armor-piercing ammunition.
The cases used for this Wolf ammo are not reloadable, this is offset by the fact that the ammo costs less. And if you don't reload, buying steel case ammo saves money. The polymer coating is not affected by the high temperatures in the chamber of your rifle, and serves to reduce friction between cases and the magazine, as well as to prevent the steel from rusting.
This Wolf ammo functioned properly in all the weapons I tested it in. In addition, I chronographed this Wolf ammo in 16-inch and 20-inch AR-15s and found that it was lowered to a slightly lower average velocity than some brass case 55 grain, 223 full metal jacket ammo. Wolf ammunition is a great low-cost choice for those who want to stretch their shooting dollar.
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My rifle is rebel arms mod 2, .556 14.5" barrel w/ 1:7 twist (about 2K rounds), and I shoot it regularly (at least 2-3 times a month) . By round 20 , most of my shots were key holed at 5 yards ( while running guerrilla approach consistency drill at 5 yards, 18 routs total). To be clear, the rounds would consistently tumble at 5 yards, and go through the target sideways. This does did not happen with any of the other ammo I've purchased from LG.
Good plinking ammo. Cheap, reliable, reasonably accurate
I've put half a case of this stuff though my Bushmaster, no duds, no hangfires, no FTEs, etc. Easily accurate enough for plinking, training newbies, etc. If you're not into reloading, the steel case can be a plus- you can clean up your shells with a magnet.
It is fairly dirty ammo. If you shoot this, you need to be diligent about cleaning the rifle, or the rifle will get gunked up. I do not regard this as a downside, you should be cleaning your rifle after every range trip anyways.
great stuff, small hassle, welcome to reality. will purchase again!
great stuff, for you ninnies, can you protect your self with it ? would you bet your loved ones on it? Shut up and clean your rifle! this is my rifle, there are many like it but this one is mine............
Ran 1000 rounds through my Windham Weaponry AR15 with no problems, Some range guys are against steel cartridges and claim that it will shorten the life of your barrel and firing pin. I am not sure if that is true or not. So far so good. You can accomplish 1" MOA @ 100 yards, but don't embarrass yourself and bring it to a competition because it drops off after 100 yards.
Great ammo for price...tad dirty but low cost and accuracy outdoes that...mean stuff/I have finished high in local Ky tournaments with this ammo....even had to take on a wild pig with it in my campsite once...one shot/one kill. Well maybe two shots....fun to practice with and no real probs....BUY THIS STUFF ALL YOU WANT !!!!!
So far so good in meeting the cheap and good factors
Good cheap ammo. Have a Colt 6940 and it eats them like a fat kid with a bag of 'tater chips... no problems. Using for under 200 yard practice rounds. Seen mixed reviews on distance and would like to have some charts on the ft/sec, so maybe another reviewer could post their findings (the fun physics data/charts)... that said you should not expect to hit gnat sized objects a mile away with these rounds.
First off shipping was FAST! Amazing service second to none. Bought 500 rounds to test them in my two ARs. I one problem the shell had no powder just the primer so the bullet got stuck in the barrel. Knocked it back out and ran them hard for the last 200 rounds. Accuracy was good for the price. Will be stocking up on this.
Excellent in communicating delivery, timing & value. Would perfer outside of box not being labeled with contents.
Excellent product. Great communication of delivery, timely & value. would prefer outside of box not being labeled stating the contents.
I have shot in excess of 3000 rds of .223 and 9mm Wolf Ammo without any issues.
Wether it be Cost per round, Reliability, or Accuracy, Wolf Ammo Delivers.
If you want pin-point accuracy, other options are available. But for sheer volume and fun
this Ammo cant be beat.
Good ammo but very dirty!!
I used this ammo for my AR-15 delton. Every round fired pretty good ammo for the price I was shooting at 100 yards no problem I also have a eo tech scope that makes its nice too. Very dirty ammo I clean my gun for 3 hours and I think it's still dirty. I think I am going to buy something that's a little cleaner next time.
Great ammo and great price.
Used up about 120 rounds with no malfunctions through my AR. Not enough pressure to cycle the action on my Sig 556 (.556 chambering), which I expected anyway as .556 ammo is loaded to higher pressures than .223. My next purchase from LuckyGunner.com will be a case of .556 ammo for the Sig. If it's made by Wolf, fine by me.
I fired 400 rounds through my new AR in under two hours using this ammo. I did not have a single problem with the ammo. Every round fired, and I did not have a single ejection problem. It does manage to foul the rifle after 400 rounds, but a little extra time cleaning took care of that. I plan on buying another 1000 as soon as I can.
It's just ammo...
It went "bang" at this end of the range, and bad things happened at the other. As intended.
No feed problems, and my gun was relatively clean after 500 rounds (I should add that I run an AdamsArms piston kit too).
The packaging is a little of a hassle. I would prefer if it shipped in loose bulk boxes.
rock N' ROLL
Haven't shot mine yet. Based my purchase on a friend's recommendation. He has shot 1000s of Wolf and had one dud and one FTF... got to keep clean, clean, and clean. I will try a little oil on these rounds as they seem a little dry to the touch... "squeaky wheel gets the grease ! "
Good ammo, great price
Bought this ammo for an AR-15 tactical course I'd be taking. Fired about 300 of the 500 rounds in two days, with only one FTF. Examining that round, it was a light strike on the primer, so I'd be inclined to blame the weapon rather than the ammunition. Other than that, this ammo was accurate and consistant in its performance. I'd definitely buy this again.
Cheap ammo = poor performance
Do not cycle reliably in my AR. I have a CS buffer spring and an H3 buffer. I keep extra parts in my shooting bag so I swapped out my upgrades for the stock buffer and spring. Still did not cycle reliable. They fire fine once you get them chambered. I received as many as 7 and as few as 3 failure to feeds in my 30 rd mags. Switched over to my mags with Federal Lake City 5.56 and my weaponed performed without a hitch. Spend a little more and get yourself some reliable domestic ammo. These would probably work fine in a bolt action hunting rifle, but not an AR.
great deal for practice and training
...used this ammo before retirement for training and practice with zero malfunctions among fifty M16s, so buying it after retirement for my use was a no brainer. The price cannot be beaten according to my online research.
Tried it for the price...
I've run about 350 rounds through my AR. Have run clips of this ammo solo, and mixed it with brass ammo. No FTFs or FTEs, but I won't be buying more. I've read very mixed reviews online, including steel cases jamming. I've been lightly spraying the cases with WD40, then lightly toweling to reduce the potential for jamming in my AR. I'm going to stick with brass ammo. I find this ammo very dirty but admit it has gone downrange consistently and accurately. YMMV.
Decent range ammo, good price
I've only run about 200 rounds through my M4, but so for so good. I had 1 FTF, but given that this is a brand new gun and is probably still a little on the tight side,(these were the first 200 rounds through it) I cant complain too much about that. Overall I'd buy this ammo again for range use, and for the simple fact of how awesome Luckygunner is to deal with.
These rounds are a great buy. You really can't find ammo for a better price. I'm very satisfied and will be buying much more.
The 223 round shot perfectly and never mids fired once. I use them in a RRA AR15 and they worked great.
Cheap and reliable.
So far I have only shot 40 rounds of this ammo through my AR-15. Not one problem so far and the accuracy is fair, though I am no expert shooter.
I don't for see any problems with the rest of the 460 rounds I have!
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