- Manufacturer Wolf
- Condition New
- Bullet Weight 55gr
- Projectile Type FMJ
- Ammo Use Type Range Training
- Casing Type Steel
- Quantity 1000
- Caliber .223
- Primer Type Berdan
- Magnetic Yes
- UPC Barcode 645611301087
- Cost Per Round 39.0¢ per round
- Q & A
This round is perfect for keeping busy all day at the range with its standard weight 55 grain full metal projectile. Where this round really saves you money is its shell casing, which is made of regular steel instead of expensive, copper filled brass. Wolf’s special PolyFormance polymer coating drastically decreases the amount of friction their casing makes when it brushes up against steel, so you can count on the smooth cycling that rewarding shooting demands. Order now and you’ll have a thousand reasons to thank Russia!
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Good price fast shipping
Won’t feed my Saint edgeon 4/19/2022
Bought 500 rounds of wolf steel case right before i took delivery of my Saint Edge. Took the new rifle to range and never got thru even my 10 round clip, much less the 30, without FTF & FTE galore. Shot maybe 75 rounds before i gave up. Cleaned rifle, went back with all different typee of BRASS CASED inexpensive ( well, cheapest i could find) ammo and never, not ever had same issue. I’ve been told to adjust gas block, and i may play with that at an outdoor range this summer. But hard to do in confines of indoor ranges. Anyway, because I bought the Wolf on black friday at $6.99 a box, will be able to sell no problem. Also be advised some indoor ranges forbid steel case ammo
Pretty Goodon 3/6/2022
I've fired about 200 rounds so far and only 2 malfunctions. Which in the ammos defense, I hadn't cleaned my gun after the first 100 rounds. Both were double feeds. But then cycled flawlessly the next 100 rounds. Bottom line, if you clean your gun after every range day, you shouldn't have any trouble out of this ammo. Plus it should be used for training anyway, which an occasional malfunction isn't a bad thing if you're running drills.thats just my opinion. Will purchase another 1,000 here very shortly. You get what you pay for though, so don't buy 1,000 rounds for less than $400 and then complain if you have a few malfunctions. If you want flawless, buy better ammo. For the price every round is worth every penny to me.
Wolf 223on 10/8/2021
I have been using this ammo for years and it’s a great bang for the buck and do the job, also fast shipping as always.
Good stuff, it runs just fine.on 5/16/2020
Very economical,great bang for the buck. If your not a snob, it fills the bill...
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- do you have any in stock Posted On: 6/8/2020 By: James Pourciau
- As I write we currently have one case of this ammo in stock!