Home 1000 Round Case 7.62x39mm Wolf Performance HP 124 Grain 2330 fps Military Classic Laquer Coated Steel Cased Non Corrosive MC762BHP
1000 Round Case 7.62x39mm Wolf Performance HP 124 Grain 2330 fps Military Classic Laquer Coated Steel Cased Non Corrosive MC762BHP
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This is high-quality Wolf Performance 7.62x39 124 Grain HP Bi-metal jacket, Military Classic ammunition from the Ulyanovsk Cartridge works in Russia. This ammo is steel-cased, lacquer coated and Berdan-primed. It's non-corrosive and non-reloadable. 20 rounds per box, 50 boxes per case. We sell this by the 1000 round case only. This ammo is packed two bricks per carton, the top brick contains 24 boxes, the bottom brick contains 26 boxes. Ammo Price Is per 1000 round case. Ammo is a non-returnable item
Total number of Reviews: 34
"I've used boxes of these with my ak-47 and haven't had any problems. Nice rounds, wonderful prices."
"I have shot a few hundred rounds of this ammo. I find it works without any problem in my Yugo AK-47 and my SKS. I would reccomnd this ammo to anyone who wants an inexpensive dependable round to shoot. I would buy some soon as I expect the price to increase shortly. I think that it is the very best buy for the money."
"I recently purchased a Yugo M-70AB-2 from Century Int' Arms. I have been quite hesitant to invest in a brick of ammo with all the mixed reviews I have seen with the \"cheap\" ex com-bloc ammo, especially the reviews of M-70 users. So I started buying 100 rounds of every brand of 7.62 I could find. This is the first brand I have put through it, and only 40 rounds. WOW! My old pre-ban Norinco 56 never punched or hit like this. It's long gone, so I don't know if it's the rifle or the ammo, but this stuff is hardcore. I'm used to M-16's kick from my Army days and my Norinco was just a bit harder, my 7.65 Argentine Mauser will really give you a workout, but this stuff really kicks hard. I don't know if it's because it's an underfolder(it weighs 10lbs. so it's not actually lighter), the fact that it is new, or the ammo. I have been so impressed with my first time out with this thing I can't stop grinning, and saying to myself \"WOW that was pretty freakin' awesome\". I haven't tried any other brands yet, but I think this might just be the stuff I stick with. I really can't say more, but I am very impressed."
"I have put several hundred rounds of the classic ammo through my SKS with no porblems. I have a couple of hundred rounds of the standard black box Wolf ammuniton that jams all the time. Would trade it in on this if I could and it cost a bit more."
"The exact same stuff the Iraqi troops are using right now. Very nice stuff. Its the same as the Russian hollow point made by the Soviet States factories. Now under the Wolf clearing house brand. Absolutely the best ammo for warfare. Of course winchester or remmington is more accurate, they in turn are a lot more expensive and wolf offers the accuracey you will need. Nothing beats the price for wolf military classic."
"yea this stuff is all i shoot in my AK. always have and always will. its cheaper, realiable, and accurate enough for any practical use. i picked off a 32 oz. gatorade bottle with my iron sights at about 150 yds. not too bad. usually if you cant hit anything its your gun or more often the user just cant shoot. AK's are tough enough for the steel case, and loose enough for the laquer buildup. ive run a couple thousand through mine with no problems. just wanted to say though that the steel case can sometimes damage your extarctor if it is a fairly weak one, and the laquer can jam up tighter guns. there is a company that makes \"Silver Bear\" which have zinc plated cases that arent as hard on your extractor, and not as much laquer. they are still steel cases though and it shoots great. i havent seen any lately but you might find some at a gun show one day. just keep your eyes open and safe shooting to ya."
– jake the snake
"I've fired this through a Romanian WASR-10 and a Yugo SKS over the weekend. Both rifles were in very nice condition, almost new, and perhaps still need a bit of \"breaking-in\". This ammo worked flawlessly in the WASR-10, with only two instances where it failed to feed from the very first magazine I loaded (I'm blaming this on the \"new\" in the rifle, perhaps stiffness in the moving parts or stray cosmoline in the magazine, but the problem seemed to go away after that first half a magazine, the following 75-100 rounds had no problems.) The SKS was a different story - five rounds out of the 20 fired through it failed to go off. I could clearly see where the primer was dented, so I was inclined to blame it entirely on the ammo at first, but, on a whim, I loaded the five rounds that failed to go off into the WASR-10, and all five fired just fine on the second try. It probably wasn't the safest thing to do, but I'm now concluding that the SKS' firing pin isn't striking the primer hard enough or deeply enough to fire the bullets. So, your milage with this ammo is likely to vary depending on your rifle. I didn't notice this ammo being especially dirty, and it seems reliable enough in the WASR-10, but I'm not sure it's going to work out well for my SKS, unless the reliability of that rifle improves with use. Interestingly to me, the WASR-10 nearly beat the stuffing out of me for the first 25 rounds I fired through it... the recoil was rather nasty. It was noticably better, after I added a recoil buffer/pad/extension to the buttstock before firing off the next few magazines. This made the buttstock about an inch longer; because I'm rather tall, I believe the extra length on the stock made a big difference. The SKS was a different story: it was a pleasure to fire, as the recoil from the same ammo in the longer, heavier SKS was very gentle - I would not have imagined there would be so big a difference in the recoil with the same ammo in two different rifles; per."
– General Protection Fault
"This is from the old Soviet plant at Ulyanovsk. It's decent ammo, by those standards. Ulyanovsk's ammo was always a bit better than the stuff from the Tula arsenal (currently imported by Wolf in a black box).And this particular ammo uses the 8M3 bullet, which is the only cheap steel-case 7.62x39mm ammo that has a bullet that expands. There are others, but none of them deforms in soft tissue. These expand and fragment a bit. They aren't as consistent--or as accurate--as Lapua or Winchester softpoints, but they'll do.If they will feed in your rifle, this is a pretty decent antipersonnel round. And they may be a bit more accurate than FMJ, as the base of the bullet is protected by the jacket and does not deform under the pressure of firing."
"My Romanian SAR-1 AK-47 (out of Cugir) loves this stuff. Its got a goodkick to it, and it leave a lot of lacuer, but its fairly accurate. The only reason I give it a 4 is for the lacuer deposits, which isnt so bad I mean its an AK it will shoot with sand in it!"
"Heck Yes! This ammo rocks... I have had nothing but good from it... Will buy again."
"this ammo freakin. i got a box of 20 for my yugo sks and only 5 of the fired out of the whole box. the other fifteen got punched but never went of and it causes my bolt to stick and needs alot of force to pull back and eject to bullet. i uses some american eagle ammo and i had no problems with it no jams or misfires so im blaming it entirely on the ammo and i will never buy wolf miltary classic again"
"Ive shot thousands of wolf ammo rounds through my wasr10 and have NEVER had one misfire or jam. This is the best ammo at a reasonable price you can find. The only complaint is the red laquer build up after firing about 30 rounds. after 1000s of rounds this stuff just works period! A jammed gun is a dead mans gun."
– wasr10 ak
"I have had mixed luck with this ammunition. In the first batch I bought, they ran well through my SKS. But the second batch didn't but did do OK in my AK. I think the problem is with the primers. I suspect that some batches have primers that are too hard and others don't . But of course my AK will eat any kind of ammo and never stop. The SKS has always been picky."
"Wolf Military Classic ammo wasn't very good compared to barnaul. Many miss fires and VERY inaccurate. 5/10 on target paper instead of 10/10. Picked some up at a local store to try. Will never buy again."
"Have used Classic ammo in my Chinese SKS for some time now and have had no problem. Approx. 1000-1500 rounds with no mis-fires or jambs, BUT I keep the weapon clean and maintained. Can fire 3- 30 round mags in succession with no problem, reload and do it all over again."
"Had a lot of problems with this ammo. It jammed on a very regular basis in several guns. I shot this my Romanian AK, Romanian RPK, Hungarian AK, MAK-90, and a Yugo SKS, and they all jammed with this ammo. I think the problem is that this HP round has a slight flat tip on it and they were not feeding. The rounds that jammed all had the tips slightly dented. Shot the FMJ and had a lot less jams."
"this is the only stuff i shoot. besides for a few boxes of the amazing remmington i stock on wolf military classic. i love it, never had a dud (unlike the normal stuff, no idea why)only problem is the primber sealer gums up your rile, not that its a problem with an AK, but i hear the SKS's are more pickey. only four bullets cuz its real spendy but still worth it."
"This stuff is great, don't listen to all the other bad reviewers maybe its their gun, cause it sure isn't the ammo, I have shot Wolf and Big Bear, no problems in my Chinese SKS and Yugo."
"Cooks in Chinese SKS with chromed barrel. 2 jams in mag, but had the exact same problem with Remington brass (mag spring problem). Leaves a very nasty hole and fairly accurate. Definite a good ammo to have for your AK or SKS if or when TSHTF. Recommend you try 20 rounds in your rifle first to see if it likes to spit it out without trouble. Reviewers experiencing primer problems may want to look at their firing pins."
"have begun priliminary function testing in dirty ak47,100 rds.no ftf or fte.100rds more then i clean regularly,as before.Buy the classic if youmust have wolf.rifle dirty,but not filthy.perfect function all the way.almost any ammo wii work in a clean gun.nex test,100rds for accuracy.600rds is enough.cleaning time!I have 2000rds.I want more."
– snake warrior
"I have had no problem with this round. I think if they where to make it a ballistic tip it would be better. I shot a dear in the head from 350-400yrds. away with my SKS so all and all this is a pretty good round."
"This ammo is pretty great in a yugo sks, but terrible in a ruger mini-30. 1/60 fired in the mini-30 but 349/350 worked fine in the sks. Accuracy is absolutely fantastic as far as this ammo goes, but the laquer coating really gumms up the gun... For all you people who claim barnual and brown/silver bear works better, its all made in the same place, just a different name... Im gonna try some winchester and federal for a true all around test."
– I call it: \"superior firepower\"
"Amazing ammo at a great price. I use Wolf military classic HP exlusively in my Chinese SKS. I have shot probably 300 rounds through my rifle without a single hiccup. Functions perfectly....."
"I have used nothing but CHEAP surplus ammo through my old AK and over the past 8 years or so nothing but Wolf ammo. I've never had one jam or misfire. It's either a testament to the rifle or ammo. There is nothing like going out to the range and shooting 200 to 300 rounds and then popping the AK in the dishwasher for spin or two."
"I had originally bought 300 rounds of wolf military style ammo. I opened up 5 separate boxes of 20 rounds each. Only about 2 out of every 10 rounds actually fired. I first thought that it was my firing pin, but after I replaced it with a new one, I had the same problem. I tried some Winchester ammo that fired perfectly. I sent the ammo back to wolf. They sent me some more ammo but I had the same problem. This ammo sucks. The primer is dented in all the way and it still won't fire."
"Great stuff!! Shot Fiocchi through my Yugo SKS and it jammed every other shot. I've already shot about 500 rounds of Wolf with only about 2 misfires and one jam! Definitely recommended for any semi auto 7.62x39. Did I mention it's extremely accurate and isn't too dirty compared to Brown Bear or military surplus? Thanks Wolf! Great ammo! I'm a loyal customer forever!!!"
"I have been shooting this for more than 10 years, I shoot alot. This ammo is top notch. I have never had a malfunction. Usually those who do have either an SKS which is an inferior platform, prone to slam-fire and misfeed, or a poor quality or poorly maintained AK. I use a Arsenal SLR95 and Yugo M70 and this ammo cycles perfectly in both, well over 10,000 rounds. THIS AMMO IS EXCELLENT!!"
"Just shot this for the first time today and I have zero complaints. Put 300 rounds through my Romanian SAR-1, and my friend put about 50 through her Yugo SKS and it worked flawlessly. Zero misfires, zero jams. I zeroed it as well and it held a very nice tight group at 50 and 100 yds. At such a cheap price, Im definatley gonna buy alot more of this and stock up!"
"This is possibly the best ammo you can get for your gun so skip the expensive name brand ammo which is not even close to as good as this and stock up on Wolf Military Classic.It stays true to Military specifications which means that it will have a reasonably flat trajectory out to 200 yards just like the round is designed to do.Its also Hollow Point which is best for shooting deer which is what I use this round for."
"I have used these bullets for over 10yrs and I love them. I have had no problems with them in target practicing and hunting."
"I own three AK's of various origins and this ammunition works well in all of them. It is nice to see that CheaperThanDirt is selling this at a fair price."
"I bought 160 rounds (FMJ)+ (HP) and only 1 out of the 160 didn't want to fire cuz of the primer. Other than that, this is good ammo for my WASR-10."
"these bullets are a good bullet everyone i ever shot fired, but i sanded 3 bullets down to make them blunt for a harder hit and 2 of the fmj bullets were hollow on the inside kinda like a big air bubble or something. I CAN'T SEE THAT BEING A FMJ BULLET!!!"
– good bullets BUT
"Great ammo for the price especially if you plan on tucking some away for a rainy day."