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Ammo .308 Win. Wolf Performance Polymer Full Metal Jacket 150 Grain 20 Round Box 2800 fps Bimetal Jacket Steel Case
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Wolf Performance .308 Win. ammo, commercial 20 round box, 150 grain, Bimetal jacket (copper over steel) FMJ bullet, steel case is non-reloadable, new, current manufactured ammunition with sealed primer.
We sell this ammunition by the box of 20 Rounds. To order a case of 500 rounds, buy 25 boxes.
We sell this ammunition by the box of 20 Rounds. To order a case of 500 rounds, buy 25 boxes.
Total number of Reviews: 36
"I have used this ammo for some time now for target shooting in my Savage 10FP and it is very accurate. The only draw back is many times I have trouble getting this ammo. If you want a good accurate target round then this is the one! My hunting ammo and this ammo hit at same point of impact from 25 yards out to 300 yards.The best group I have aquired with this ammo at one hundred yards is five rounds .350 inches. This is great ammo!!"
"I have a Savage 10FP and was surprised with the accuracy I acheived with this ammo. When I purchased this rifle I knew it could be accurate but I was surprised when I was at the range. The best five shot group I've acheived so far is .330 and this was on a calm day, the distance was 100 yds. I would recomend this ammo for target work and I feel it is accurate enough for bolt action weapons. For semi-auto's I am not so sure about for I've heard many different reports. But in bolt actions I see no reason why it shouldn't be accurate enough for target shooting.The scope I use is a BSA Red Dot 300MM 4 MOA and is accuirate enough out to over two hundred yards."
"Tried wolf .308 in my cetme rifle. It worked well no jams and was accurate. Shooting 2 in groups at 100 yrds off hand! I am Buying more!"
– cetme 1
"Wolf .308 win ammo was strait shooting regardless of price, but also very dirty and fowl smelling. I put 50 rounds through my M1A and I couldn't believe to amount of left over carbon and the odor. I cleaned my rifle twice since shooting it and the I still get black out of the chamber and a nice whiff of burnt powder when I cycle the bolt.Not bad ammo for the price, just be ready for some serious cleaning afterwards."
– Friendly advice
"I was seeing flame out the front of my HK91 and powder was burning down in the mag. The shells flew out in funny directions, and other rounds from the mag would be blown out with the shell being extracted. Unfired, half-blowout rounds would be all banged up and jammed in the extraction port. Other ammo shot with no problem."
"The rounds shot true, but like other reviews, Shot VERY hot in my PTR-91 and Cleaning time was a task like no other. Would reccommend for Bolt Action or Semiautos like the M1A which you can switch to bolt mode. Internals in my PTR are probably Permanently blackened on the bolt and chamber."
"I have a Saiga .308 with a 16.3\" barrel. The Wolf 150 gr FMJ shoots great with 1.5\" to 2\" 8 round groups at 100 yards utilizing a Sightron S33-4R red dot scope. Off hand using a Mojo peep rear sight and an Ameri-glow, tritium front sight the 100 yard groups are 1 1/2\" to 3\", depending on how well I'm seeing the target. In my rifle this is a very, very consitent round. With the AK derived action - functioning is always reliable and dependable regardless of ammunition. I've not shot any ammo that it did not like. And of course clean up is very easy and quick with a chrome lined bore and chamber. Sounds like most of the problems that others have with this ammo are gun problems? The only \"problem\" I have with the Saiga is with the 16.3\" barrel - muzzel blast is significant, although recoil is not bad at all. I just wist this ammo was available more often."
– Bob B
"Nice and hot ammo, no malfunctions in M1a, Socom 16, V51 pistol or Dsarms Fn Fal. Suprisingly accurate. leaves everthing slightly blackened, not too bad though. Real good ammo for the price."
"Ok - it is dirty but it functioned great and seems real accurite- and for the price WOW"
"I will never get this ammo ever again for my M1A. I am lucky if I don't have to pry a casing out of the barrel at least once per mag. The last time I took it out I had 8 bad rounds out of 20. It was very embarrassing when I took some people out of shot and I spent more time prying casing out than shooting. Next time I will spend the extra money to get the good stuff. This ammon shots very dirty, smells bad, and jams the weapon up. The only good thing I have to say about it, is that when it does fire I must say it does shot straight and true. But that doesn't out weigh the bad. I clean my guns like there's is no tomorrow, so I know it's not the weapon. It's the ammo. Take it from me, pay a little more and get your moneys worth."
"Can't understand the bad reviews. This ammo shoots fine in my M1A and my SOCOM II. No jams, no stuck shells, no failures after several hundred rounds. Pretty accurate too. Doesn't seem any dirtier than the more expensive stuff. Great ammo for plinking, practice, etc."
"well i just bought about 1000 rnds of this for plinking at the range in my M1A and my H&R Handi Rifle. did not know that the primers were set in so far, My H&R's firing pin wont even reach it. My M1A shoot it fine but wow dirty and huge flames..."
"I have a Remington 770 308. this ammo is great. I shoot 1\" groupings and it's cheaper than anything else I've found. It does burn a little dirty, but I don't have problems with jammed shells, like I do with fiocci. It's great for the hunting enthusiast."
"Everyone, this is not nato spec 308 ammo. NATO 308 is a hotter load the standard 308 which Wolf is the latter. The pressure is lower and the average bullet weight is 143. I have to turn my fal gas system to the lowest setting to shoot but it works. NATO 308 shoots in my fal at 3 this goes to 0 so that will tell you the pressure difference. It is dirty ammo and boy does it leave a smell but it does work. If you want some spare emergency ammo or don't mind cleaning your come a few times it is great."
"I have a Remington Woodsmaster 742. I bought some of these rounds for hunting. DO NOT USE THESE IN A CIVILIAN FIREARM! They have a laquor on them. Civilian firarms are built to tighter tolerances than military firarms. When you shoot these rounds, the laquor flashes and basicially superglues the shell in the chamber. A costly mistake. Cost me an arm and a leg to have it cleared and cleaned. Dont make the same mistake I did. Stay away from these if you have a civilian arm. Also the owner of the local gunshop put one of these rounds on the counter and picked it up by the LEAD with a magnet. Shooting steel through your barrel will shorten the life of youy firearm. Think about it before you buy. Cheaper now may be more costly in the near future."
– USAF Security Forces
"I've put this ammo thur various guns its works fine. A little dirty though. I would like to set record straight from what some of the other reviewers wrote. First off steel cased ammo can be picked up from the bullet with a magnet irregardless of the fact if there is steel in the bullet. Remove the bullet and cut in to it to see if its steel core. Second standard military ball is 147 grain not 143 grain. Third standard .308 has more pressure than standard 7.62 NATO does look it up if you don't believe me. Fourth it takes more heat than in a chamber to melt the laquer on wolf ammo. I would suggest you clean your gun."
– gun ranger
"These rounds feed great through my M1A Socom II. Big Flash, Big bang, duh it's a rifle. For those of you who complain about it being a \"dirty\" round and having to pay to have your rifle cleaned, maybe you should consider pellet guns if you are that lazy. Also, steel core jacketed rounds won't hurt your rifle, way to go Chair Force Security."
"Based on some of the other reviews, this bullet obviously feeds pretty well through rifles with low tolerances...but it does not do so with those with tighter tolerances. Burns extremely dirty and my AR10 started jamming after going through less than 2-25 round clips."
"Quit yur winning, shot lots through a G3 with no problem. If you want good smelling rounds hang some poporee and light a candle. My rounds hit and kill, I clean my gun and put her down."
"Opened the box and several cartridges had come apart in the box.Thought I had purchased a \"build your bullett\" kit.More than half didn't fire. Don't get this stuff near an R-25 !!"
"This ammo feeds well through my BAR Shortrac, but there are too many duds. Good solid dent in the primer but no \"boom\"."
"Feeds really well through a 1919A4 w/ crankfire. Really Big Muzzle Flash. Good ammo for a belt fed as long as it's not set too tight."
"I\uFFFDm hesitant to use steel cased ammo in any autos, but worked fine in a Rem 700 .308 and their .223 fired every time in a Savage bolt action. Sure it takes a little more time to clean at the end of the day, but worth the saving IMO."
"This ammo is absolute cr*p. I bought this hoping to stock up on practice ammo, and out of 3 boxes of 20 rounds, 20 rounds were duds!! 33%!!! I will NEVER buy garbage from Russia again!"
"I have some WW2 date stamped STG44 7.92 Kurz ammo. This Wolf stuff looks EXACTLY like the German stuff. It is my belief that to save money and scarce resources that during the war, the Nazi's started manufacturing ammo, which contained Bimetal cases with steel Case polymer coated shells (sound familiar?). This economical trick was not lost on the Russians when they captured East Germany and did what Russians do very well: copy everyone else\uFFFDs great ideas. This Wolf stuff looks ugly to western eyes, but works every time it\uFFFDs tried (unless you have bad mags or a quirky gun). I spit out 160 out of my HK91 with NO hiccups. I have read other folks\uFFFD reviews, I would argue that some of them probably have defective equipment or do not know how to use their rifles. Buy this ammo."
"I have fired a couple of hundred rounds through my PTR-91 w/o any problems, feeding and accuracy are plenty good enough for range plinking. If you want a super accurate cartridge then hand reload, no stock ammo will satisfy shooters like that. The powder with all russian ammo is dirtier but it is also much cheaper than US made stuff nowadays. With the fluted chambers on H&K 91's and G-3 clones just remember to clean your rifle well."
"I bought four boxes of these for my Browning BAR Safari Model, at least two duds in each magazine of five. I guess Browning has weaker firing pins or something. Like the other guy said, nice dent in the primer but no explosion of powder, muzzle flash also, but as long as it shoots i could care less what flashes, but this ammunition is sketchy, would not trust my life to it."
"Fires just fine through my D.P.M.S. ar-10. Did have to adjust aim from mill spec to this ammo."
"A friend brought a box of this stuff to shoot in my Springfield imported IDF M14/M1A. Although all rounds fired once chambered, at least 1/3 of the 20 rounds failed to feed & the rifle had to be charged again. This ammo is also exceptionally smelly & dirty as mentioned by others.The other domestic ammo we had fed & fired 100% reliably."
"I was shooting both silver bear and brown bear, but didn't get very great accurcy out of them. Then the guy I met at the range says I shoot well but the ammo wasn't good, (I mean, I can't afford good ammos, but then I found Wolf at about the same price.) so I swiched, and guess what, the first 3 shot group was within an inch. Yes as everybody says the ammos are very dirty, but no worse than silver bear or brown bear. Cleaning might take longer time. I give this a 5 star, because it is accure and affordable. clearning won't matter to me and I don't think it should take into consideration for those who will clear their rifle."
"I purchased several hundred rounds of Wolf fmj 308. Attempted three times, all duds in my R-25. GARBAGE"
"Purchased 300 rounds at this excellent price.Shot 40 rounds today. All rounds worked perfectly and functioned reliably. Will buy again."
"This ammo is very good. I shot my deer at 200 yards. He jumped ran 5 ft the dropped stone cold. Very acurate and fairly clean burning."
– Farm Boy From Montana
"I've ran hundreds of rounds of Wolf FMJ .308 through my R-25. They feed good and have decent shot to shot consistency. The only down side I've experienced is some failures to fire, bad primers maybe. It usually happens about 4 per 100 rounds."
"I originally bought this ammo to shoot through my HK91. Well, it didn\uFFFDt like it; Bam! Bam! Bam! Click!, over and over. The primers were hit deep but one out of five failed to fire. Luckily I have an M1A Springfield (and a DSA Para Congo), and they ate them up with no problems and actually fired the dinged ones that failed in the HK (go figure). However, this stuff gums up your action pretty bad but does not clean up well. Accuracy is OK, but this stuff was not made for MOA results so I wasn\uFFFDt expecting miracles. All and all it\uFFFDs OK stuff but I will not buy it again since I can\uFFFDt shoot it in everything, and my time is too valuable to sweat out the extra effort it requires to clean properly."
– 308 nut
"My real HK91, that eats anything, finally found a brand it didn\uFFFDt like. In about one in five rounds, the firing pin would strike the primer deep without a bang. When I would put the same dented round that I just ejected from the HK to feed it into my DSA FAL (or SF M1A) it would fire! I changed firing pins in the HK with the same problem. I will just use this stuff with my FAL or M1A instead. Good plinking ammo."
– Battle Rifle Fan