- Manufacturer Wolf Ammo
- Condition New
- Bullet Weight 122gr
- Projectile Type what is full metal jacket?
- Ammo Use Type Range Training
- Casing Type Steel
- Quantity 1000
- Caliber 7.62x39mm
- Manufacturer SKU 762WFMJ
- Primer Type Boxer vs. Berdan Primers
- Muzzle Velocity (ft. per sec) 2396
- Muzzle Energy (ft. pounds) 1556
- Magnetic Yes
- UPC Barcode 645611762925
- Cost Per Round 25.0¢ per round
- Q & A
Being a high-volume shooter is awesome; there’s no better feeling than slinging lead down-range to your heart’s content. But it gets expensive. That’s where companies like Wolf come in. They take special cost-saving measures to create ammunition that can be sold to you at a more reasonable price, allowing you to burn through more ammo without draining your bank account. This way you can do all the drills and training you need to without worrying about the cost, and that’s truly awesome.
These particular Wolf rounds are made for your 7.62x39mm-chambered rifle. At 122 grain these are fairly lightweight rounds, so they’re capable of flying towards targets at high speeds. Being lighter also keeps felt recoil and muzzle rise manageable, which makes accuracy and shot placement easier to carry out. These are Full Metal Jacket, or FMJ, rounds, and as such do not expand on impact. Rifle rounds like these can travel more than a mile before coming to a stop on their own, and you have no way of knowing what might be in their path, so make sure you have a solid backstop in place. This ammunition is great for target practice, tactical training, and plinking.
When you order this case of ammunition from Wolf you get 1000 rounds. That’s enough ammunition for some serious shooting. You could practice shooting prone and kneeling, work on tight groups, and, of course, blow away a practically endless stream of stationary targets. This Wolf ammo is manufactured in either a Ukranian or Russian factory which both has a a plethora of experience with the mass production Eastern military calibers.
Reliable, but incredibly dirtyon 8/17/2016
I fired approximately 300 rounds through My M1 Garand modified for .308 WIN. No FTF, no ejection problems, fairly consistent at 200 yds, but left my rifle completely covered in black, sooty residue. Appears to only partially burn all the powder in each round. Normal field stripping for cleaning was insufficient - had to remove gas plug and clean everything.
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