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Ammo .30 Carbine Wolf Full Metal Jacket 110 Grain 1990 fps 1000 Round Case

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.30 Carbine, Wolf Polyformance, 110 Grain Full Metal Jacket Bullet, 1000 Round Case.

Now even better performance! Advanced technology polymer coatings makes WOLF the choice for high volume shooters. Available in the most popular calibers, the WOLF POLYFORMANCE line makes for a great day at the range and in the field.

Polymer coating ensures smoth feeding and extraction.
Reliable ignition and functioning in adverse conditions.
Save money with high quality economical loads.

Non-returnable item.
Bi Metal jacketed bullet will attract a magnet.
Lead core bullet.
Steel cased.
Muzzle velocity: 1990 fps.
Uses: Target Shooting, Plinking, Practice.

This is a case of 1,000 rounds. 
Total number of Reviews: 11

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5.0 5
"This is a very reliable round. I purchased it to shoot in my m1 carbine and it did very well. Out of the one thousand rounds only one didnt go off. And as long as you have a good magazine it will not jamb."
5.0 5
"awsome ammo for M1 30. carbine! i use wolf ammo in all my assault rifles and hand guns. i have never had any problems with this ammo. i hope this review helps out."
5.0 5
"I like this Wolf steel case ammo better than any brass case ammo. It feeds and ejects better in my M-1 than the brass case ammuni"
1.0 5
"Worst ammo I ever purchased. Does not use efficent powder to cycle in a semi auto. I had nothing but short strokes and jams. When I use UMC ammo I have no problems. A Range Officer told me to pay attention to muzzle velocity ratings when purchasing bulk ammo, and that the carbine is very sensitive to what you fire."
4.0 5
"Good ammo i like wolf they make a good low caliber round and this ammo works great in my m1"
2.0 5
"This ammo resulted in many jams in my Carbine. Only 1 clip out of 5 fired smooth. Our local ammo supplier suggested not using the steel case ammo in a carbine but instead use the brass."
3.0 5
"Wolf ammunition has a tendency to cause my M1 carbine not to cycle properly, and at long range I find the elevation of my group shots to vary considerably. But for the price, it is still good for shooting frozen pumpkins."
1.0 5
"I have had repeated problems with this ammo. The steel cases over-expand and get stuck in the barrel. Don't trust this ammo. It is awful stuff."
4.0 5
"I've never had any problems with this ammo. I guess it varies from gun to gun."
1.0 5
"I purchased a case of these constant jamming due to case swelling. i would not buy this product again."
1.0 5
"I have a 1944 Inland that up to this point functioned flawlessly. I have used primarily Remington and American Eagle (Federal) ammunition with no feeding or firing issues. I then bought Wolf ammo because of the price and because of other reviews. I had nothing but problems from the start with this ammo. Failures to feed from the magazine and continuous mis-feeds into the chamber when they would leave the magazine. This was consistent no matter what magazines I used \uFFFD and I tried many different ones. I didn\uFFFDt want my day of shooting to be a total waste of time, so I finally gave up and when back to my Remington and American Eagle ammo, which functioned flawlessly using the same magazines, in the same rifle, on the same day. I don\uFFFDt know what the deal was or if it had something to do with the surface of the steel casing, but it was a nightmare using Wolf."