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Ammo 7.62x39mm Wolf Performance Polymer Full Metal Jacket 122 Grain 20 Round Box 2396 fps Reliable & Consistent

 
Wolf
762BFMJ
645611762314
AMM-631
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7.62x39, Wolf, Performance, Russian Steel Cased, Full Metal Jacket, 122 Grain, 2396 fps, 20 Rounds Per Box, 50 Boxes Per Case.

Ammo Price Is Per Box


Polymer coating ensures smoth feeding and extraction
Reliable ignition and functioning in adverse conditions
Save money with high quality economical loads
Bi Metal jacketed bullet will attract a magnet
Lead core bullet
Steel cased

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Muzzle Velocity: 2396 fps.
Muzzle Energy: 1555 ft. lbs.
Uses: Plinking and Target Practice

 
Total number of Reviews: 132

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4.0 5
"I've gone through about 1,000 rounds of Wolf 7.62x39 ammo in my Romanian AK-47 and save for maybe 3-4 duds, the ammo has been great. No jams, no broken cartridges, no problems. I will continue to buy this product!"
– Rick Rock
5.0 5
"I've shot cases of this stuff through both an SKS and my Egyptian Maadi (AK) and my 45s too, great stuff, no problems with it at all!"
– NC45Shooter
4.0 5
"Great ammo for the price. Will buy more."
– GPL
3.0 5
"I run this through 3 different SKS varients, and through 3 different AK47s...So I guess I am able to test this ammo in diverse weapons.This ammo feed horribly through my Norinco shorty SKS, I had several stove pipes, and even worse, 1/10 or so would not go boom! Same problem in My Romanian WASR-10, only difference was even more misfires! I have used about 500 rounds of Wolf black box through all of my 7.62x39 rifles, and the other 4 experience misfires usually at least 1-2 out of a box...which makes me conclude it's the ammo...not all 6 of my 7.62 shooters...especially considering I never get a misfire with any other type of ammo.I love Wolf ammo, just not black box FMJ....I have used at least 8,000 rounds of Wolf Military Classic (MC) FMJ/HP and it's 100% flawless through all of my rifles...wierd huh? Best bet to go boom every shot is definitly Wolf MC...not one misfeed or jam in over 8k....plus IMHO it is cleaner ammo. Also I have not had any problems with Wolf black box SP, out of about 2-300 shots...but black box HP performs the same as FMJ in all of my rifles, and it doesn't even expand....either use blackbox SP, or go for Wolf MC HP/FMJ..I use every type of ammo I can get my hands on, and this specific type of Wolf ammo just plain stinks, it is way too inconsitent...one box will be perfect, and the next three will misfeed half the box......and thier \"hollow point\" is just the same....but don't strey from Wolf's cheap prices for less than 100 yard plinking...go for the Wolf Military Classic 7.62...it also seems to more consistent at 50-100 yards than most other Russian surplus ammo...but if you want accuracy for the $3-4 price range check out silver bear FMJ as well....it is pretty consistent with WOlf MC, and is sold by the 500 round brick here instead of Wolf MC by the 1,000 if you are in a bind :-)"
– Chance W.
1.0 5
"Just wanted to post a review and say that I have herd good and bad about wolf ammo before I actually used it, mostly BAD. After buying my Century International Arms Yugo m-70 b1 (ak-47) I also bought a box of WOLF military classic for CTD.com and it would not cycle in my Yugo I had to cycle the bolt manually every round. And even then every 4 or 5 rounds one would stove pipe and jam the bolt open. I only shot 11 rounds of it and threw the rest in my ammo can never to be used again. The Wolf ammo had less recoil and was not as loud as it should have been. I also notice the red sealant Wolf uses to seal the primer in the case causes a hard to clean red build up on my Yugo bolt face, this cant be good... This was the first time I used Wolf and it will be the last and that includes brown, gold, and silver bear ammo, wolf military classic and the black box wolf it\uFFFDs all the same crap in a different box. By the way I went and got some Remington PMC 7.62x39mm 20 rd. for $12.79 at wal-mart and I have not had a problem in over 3,000 rounds... Wolf only works in cheap AK's like wasr-10\uFFFDs"
– JOHN
4.0 5
"I am surprised to see the bad reviews on this ammo, because I have fired thousands of rounds of Wolf through my SKS's and AK's without a single fail to fire or cycle problem. I could probably count the stove pipes I have encountered on both hands. I don't know if the guys complaining about Wolf ammo just had bad luck, a bad batch, if their weapons are actually the problem, or perhaps they work for high priced ammo manufacturers and are complaining to steer people away from the cheap stuff. But I can say with 100% confidence that I would go into combat with Wolf ammo without a second thought."
– Winston
5.0 5
"I have shot Wolf ammo in AK and SKS rifles for many years without any problems. If you have a problem with this Russian ammo cycling in a com-bloc weapon, then it is most likely a problem with the weapon or the magazines. It is a mil-spec ammo designed to be fired in mil-spec rifles with high tolerances and notorious reliability. I would not hesitate to order Wolf 7.62x39mm for either of the above 2 mentioned rifle types, and in fact ordered a case last night. I give the 7.62x39mm a \"5 bulllets\" rating as it does what it was designed to do.I can not vouch for Wolf in other \"modern\" calibers as I have not shot any in NATO caliber weapons (i.e.: 5.56mm, 9mm, .45ACP). The Wolf .30 caliber M1 Carbine ammo I have used. It is weak, has hard primers, and results in many failures to fire and failures to feed compared to Federal. I tested it in two different M1 Carbines against Federal ammo and the difference was very noticeable. The only good thing about the Wolf M1 Carbine ammo is it gives my kid practice clearing weapon stoppages."
– Abramsman
4.0 5
"I have never had a negative issue with any Wolf ammunition."
– Ray
4.0 5
"I've purchased 8,000 + rounds of this ammo and fired it through 2 SKS models (one of which being a pre-Vietnam War Chinese Army service rifle) and five different models of AK-47(Norinco, Romarm, etc.) I have had less than a dozen stovepipes and every round went boom. I have fired both the FMJ as well as the JHP rounds with good accuracy and no feed/fire issues. Granted it is an ugly cartridge, and you can't reload it, but under adverse weather and terrain conditions it performs better than Winchester or PMC could ever hope to."
– Ric
5.0 5
"I have fired a lot of this stuff out of an RPK I sold before joining the Army. I never had any problems with it. The little Romanian AK I own now fires it perfectly too. Though I haven't used this ammo in all these fancy-pants 'pretty-boy' guns all you folks likely have, I am confident this ammo will serve well. The FMJ is reliable and the JHP is too, though the hollow-point does get dented upon feeding into the chamber due to hitting the feedramp, or lack thereof, depending on how cheap of a rifle you're shooting. Anyone with ammo they don't want can ship it to me!"
– Lightning Rod!
4.0 5
"Shot this ammo through my Yugo SKS, and I gotta say, one helluva bullet for the price. Of course, the wincester rounds I picked up were slightly more accurate, but who wants to pay $9.00 for 20 rounds? $3.00 a box is unbeatable, and I haven't had a malfunction due to ammo yet. A bit dirty, but mostly accurate, and besides, I love to do a thorough job in cleaning my rifle anyway :)seriously, get some wolf in 7.62"
– Mike
1.0 5
"I think that this ammo is great for the price, but after having to ship my Mini 30 back to Ruger to have a new firing pin installed, and also after speaking with Ruger's representatives (and being rebuked for using Wolf), I decided to echo what I was told. Ruger strongly recommends against using non-American brands of ammo in their firearms because the primer is not manufactured to American standards and may (as in my case) cause damage to the firing pin. Although it may work well, it can cause extensive damage if used on a regular basis, and may be better suited for a non-American firearm.PS: it is a very dirty round that requires alot of extra time spent cleaning."
– Bax
3.0 5
"I have fired Wolf 7.62x39 in both AK and Sks's and I have noticed several things. The first was that when fired in my M70AB that the ejection of the spent case was some weak however it did clear the ejection port and fall 18\" forward and right of muzzel. There were no malfunctions noted as failure to feed, fire or jam. The ammo was accuate and shot close to point of aim. However the ammo does seem to be very dirty when compared to other brands. One other thing that seems to stick out is at distance the Wolf just does not have the same velocities that Barnual has and shot groups get bigger at 300 meters. If your are looking for plinking ammo I don't think you can go wrong with Wolf if you are looking for world class 7.63x39 look to Barnual or Laupa. OIF III"
– OIF III
1.0 5
"My Yugo M59/66 SKS doesn't like wolf ammo, it will eithier misfire or stovepipe and the entire gas system has been replaced as well as putting a spring activated firing pin in it, Brown Bear does better for me, I still need to try american stuff, winchester, etc.... My Saiga AK does great on it though!"
– Jdog
5.0 5
"I am not sure what all the complaints are about, but I have fired thousands of Wolf 7.62X39mm out of a Vector AK 47 without one failure. In fact, I can't even recall one stove pipe. I have not seen any signs of excess wear or had any part malfunction yet, and I have around 6000 rds of Wolf Ammo shot up so far. I clean and inspect my AK after every use, maybe that has something to do with it. However, I did have a lot of malfunctions with my SA 1911 using the Wolf .45 cal 230 gr. and no longer purchase that particular ammo. As for the firing pin problem, if needed I can buy two dozen firing pins every 500 rds with the money I save using Wolf Ammo instead of that $10.00 a box high priced stuff. For practice/plinking Wolf is the best deal on the market."
– Mike
5.0 5
"this ammo is made for sk/ak.its cheap.these guns dont have tight tolerences.but consistant feed is crucial.if you have a high cap mag make sure it functions proberly.when i bought my first sk 5 yrs ago it came with a plastic 30 rd clip with 10 rds of wolf hp in the clip.i checked the gun over and emptyed the mag smooth as could be.ishoot the hell out of that chinese sk it rarely jams or pipes.then it started double feeding,s piping even slam firing.i got a new mag from HI-TECH (METAL)AND now shes back to kicking ass every shot.keep chamber free of laqer buildup and your bolt ssembly and mag clean wolf ammo will work.its the only ammo i use for my 3 sks 2 chinese 1 yugo.now the yugo needs constant cleaning to function well.good luck be safe."
– plinker
5.0 5
"All of you complaining about wolf ammo just need to clean your weapons a little better. It's all I us in my Romainan AK and my Glock(Brown Bear, for target shooting) and I have never had a problem. It is a great ammo for the price. If you want to waste money on higher priced ammo for nothing how about sending some of that money to me!"
– sgtandy
2.0 5
"We have several SKSs and Chinese type 56 rifles and have shot a lot of different ammo through all of them ( since the 80's ) such as Chinese mil surplus , Barnaul , Wolf , Norinco commerical , Klimovsk , Sellier & Belloit and Golden Tiger made by VYMPEL . Wolf is the dirtiest and most fouling of all types we have used , Golden Tiger seems to be the cleanest . Just my 2 Cents ."
– DrJohnny
2.0 5
"I have recently picked up a few hundred rounds of this stuff since I was running low on my surplus mil I usually use and I have to say I don't like this ammo. I used in my SKS and AK and it shoot fine but I was put off by how dirty it is. I fired 60 rounds before puting it away and getting my old surplus stuff out. Great price, fires well, just dirty nasty stuff. It could be half the price and I still would not fire it again."
– JohnQPerson
5.0 5
"Yes, this ammo IS dirty but even after 300 rounds through my Yugo SKS, the weapon continued to cycle perfectly. Just clean thoroughly following shooting. I didn't have a single dud out of the batch either. Compared to Winchester and Remington, Wolf ammo's accuacy was marginal, but for plinking it was fine.Also the ammo did not corporate with my TAPCO mags."
– Kreez
5.0 5
"I have shot alot of wolf rounds out of my guns and have never had any problems. I hand to replace my russian ak-47 because a remington round exploded and damaged my fireing mecanisim. Wolf the most reliable I have ever used. The only drawback is it is dirty, but big deal clean you'r gun and you will be fine."
– Chief
5.0 5
"BEST DAMN AMMO MADE!!! YOU CRY BABYS GET LOST!! YOU PAY MORE & NOT GET MORE!!!!!!!!! IVE USED IT FOR YERS NOW & NEVER HAD ONE NOT FIRE."
– D. Meadors
3.0 5
"This ammo is cheap, dirty, smelly stuff... but it puts lead in the general direction you are aiming. It has a very \"unique\" residue. It looks similar to what is left over from burning plastic. It did not cause any problems when I shot it but I still haven't gotten all the gunk out of the barrel and action. I switched over to brown bear FMJ after a few hundred rounds... it is cleaner. This OK ammo if you don't mind huge black deposits of goo all over the inside of your rifle."
– Colt.
3.0 5
"I see a lot of reviews here saying stuff like \"It sucks in my AR,\" then \"Shut Up! It works awesome in my AK!\" The AK and the AR are two very different weapons. I have owned both, and fired Wolf ammo in both. I wouldn't recommend the Wolf for the AR, the direct gas impingement system makes it too dirty, and the close tolerances make it gum up. The AK is a whole different story though. I used Wolf almost exclusively in my AK and never had the first problem. So be sure to match your ammo to your weapon. Think of it this way: Ford and Dodge both make a good truck, but you wouldn't try to put an F-150 radiator in your Ram, right?"
– J Carter
3.0 5
"This ammo is NOT for a mini-30! Rounds will fail to fire, and it is very dirty. I would only recommend it if you are using an AK or SKS rifle. Otherwise it isn't for you."
– HPP
5.0 5
"unless your aks broke no problem. yugo59/66 tend to hold shell too long due to the steel case swelling too fast for the slower action but dont buy them they arent as good as remington"
– dimsdale
3.0 5
"I have used Wolf ammo for years in various firearms without problems however, as has been mentioned Ruger Mini 30's do not like it! I ran about 60 rounds through my new stainles Mini 30 and fully 20% of the rounds failed to fire. My solution? Rather than ruining your budget purchasing over priced ammo, buy a quality AK and leave the Ruger on the rack!"
– Karac
4.0 5
"I've used three different grades of Wolf, the Golden Bear, Military Classic and Wolf Performance (black box). I've shot it in both Russkie calibers, and had no problems until recently, when I began to get failures to eject. It turned out that the gas bushing in my Ruger was unseating itself, and eventually fell out!Accuracy Systems will sell you a hammer spring of better quality that will hit the harder Russ primers harder so as to detonate ALL the rounds.The Ruger problem is that the factory doesn't want to actually design their rifles to the same standards as aftermarket parts suppliers are.Accuracy Systems has a tunable gas block for $90 that lets you set your own level of gas impingement on the cyclinder, so you can tune the rifle for the different power of different loads and not eject the brass out of the county.Ruger, of course, run by lawyers as it is, would be horrified to hear that you installed aftermarket parts into one of their rifles, so don't tell them, just do it.The ammo is reliable, the problems are with the Ruger rifles."
– Rivrdog
5.0 5
"Got a 1000 rounds yesterday. Fired off about 120 and never had a mis fire or a jam. People say that it is a dirt ammo. So what! You got a AK-47 that is designed for that. Great ammo for the price!"
– Matt
4.0 5
"have just got my first ak, and i priced name brand ammo, wow what a surprise! well i said no more \"rusky crap\" but that is for my hand guns! i got 500 rounds of wolf 122gr and so far so good, its still is kind of dirty and leaves a funky residue behind, but for the money you cant go wrong...boys and girls better stock up cause good things dont come cheap or last very long when its ammo these days!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
– dad with 2
5.0 5
"wolf ammo is awesome, i think you guys need to clean your rifles better and quit cryin' like babies, i've never had any problem with it, i don't mind the gunk build-up, i actually get into cleaning my ak-47, its fun and i take pride, i think most of you guys are military wanna=be's or think your something because you were in the military, even you old guys to say the least, i come from a military family, i've seen the average serv ice guy or girl shoot and really the only time they shoot is at training, even the older guys, unless you were actually in battle, i like to make fun of them, i shoot an ak-47 up against an m16 anyday and i out shoot them, which i think is hilarious."
– andy
5.0 5
"i love wolf ammunition it is cheap and accurate and sure it leaves a residue like no other but i love cleaning my ak so quit your whining"
– ak owner
5.0 5
"I have both an ak47 rifle and ak47 pistol. I shoot only the wolf ammo in both of these weapons. I have never had a jam in these weapons. It should also be noted I do not clean these weapons as often as I should. They are both shot at least once a week on my property. I buy several cases of wolf every year. I will keep buying and using wolf as long as it is available on the market.Russian Bullets for Russian Guns."
– AK GUY
4.0 5
"I've been using wolf in my SAR-1 AK for a couple years never had a jam, never had a missfire. Honestly it cycles pretty damn good through the gun. I'll keep buying wolf for my AK."
– Qq
5.0 5
"Jeese GuysQuit whinin about how dirty this stuff is. So what, it is cheap and accurate! After several thousand rounds I have never had any problems with this ammo. In my \"Cheap stamped\" $350 romanian AK, wolf will shoot 3 min of angle with iron sites! Can't ask any more out of ammo or an AK!"
– cheap AK
4.0 5
"I shoot this ammo all the time in my rifles. Never had any problem with jams, miss fires or the sort. Use it all the time at the range and have had great results with it. For the price good stuff. Both SAR's seem to love this stuff. My Bushmaster did not at first, but still shoots well. I get 1 1/2 to 3 MOA on the 100 and 300 yard ranges.I will keep using it."
– Dragon4
1.0 5
"WOLF AMMO (7.62) SUCKS PERIOD! IT ALL WENT DOWNHILL AFTER WOLF WENT FROM BRASS TO STEEL. SOME OF YOU GUYS CALL US CRY BABIES BUT A FACT IS A FACT!"
– bobby
4.0 5
"I have a Russian SKS and I used to have a Chinese Type 56 and I have run thousands of rounds through them and I rarly had a misfire and believe it or not no stovepipes.This ammo is designed for SKS/AK's and it works well in them but if you try to use it in a close tolerence weapon than its going to cause problems.SKS/AK's are combat weapons that were designed to be used in harsh conditions and they needed a round that could put up with these conditions so its not pretty and its not universal."
– Pat in NM
4.0 5
"i used golden tiger and wolf and to me there close in perfomance, great for the price. i have no complaints for this ammo. i put 20rnds into a 2 inch square at 50 yards with open sights and had no jamming, double feeds or any of that stuff. overall im happy with it."
– stg-2000
4.0 5
"I order a few thousand each time and it gives me the opportunity to shoot more. Accurate, low cost, dirty. Ive never had a single jam until last week, after I had fired about 400 rounds I squeezed the trigger and heard a small pop and no recoil, plus smoke. My friend and I (who shoots lots of wolf) were amazed to see that the primer was struck properly. So Ive had one bad round out of 3500-3750."
– B
5.0 5
"I bought Wolf ammo a few month's ago and for the price, you couldn't ask for any better. I use it in my Polytech SKS and my Romanian AK. I shoot alot and always wanted to see if the critics were right as far as accuracy. So after I sighted them in, I started shooting 100 yard groups. Within 10 groups of 5, I started to get a feel for the rifles. By the time I was done that day, my best was 1 and a half inches with the SKS and 2 inches with the AK. It's not near as accurate as my Rem. 700, but it is alot better than the critics say. Before you get mad, I am a real God fearing American, but for me I will always trust my life to an AK or SKS. I will say the M16 platform is good, but where I live it's just not good enough. Just remember to take your time and breath when shooting. With enough practice you will get better. Good Luck"
– PA Sniper
5.0 5
"i have been known to fire 500+ rounds trough my romanian ak variant at a time between cleanings and have only expierenced two malfunctions. one was due to the primer coming apart after being struck by the firing pin. the other was a cycling problem caused by the fact that the gas rod on my brothers yugo being bent somehow and slowing the action down too much. so what if it leaves primer residue in the action the ak and sks variants were designed to function flawlessly whether filled with mud or sand so what is a little grime?"
– benjamin
5.0 5
"i own both a chinese sks and a romanian ak and have never had a problem from the ammo...EVER, in all 6 years of use with wolf,except for the occasional jam."
– works grate in both
1.0 5
"I own everal AR type rifles, as well as a large number of Remington and Ruger bolt rifles,,,and had never been a fan of the AK types until I bought one recently just for a \"fun gun\" to shoot. I bought a brand new ROMARMS AK and decided to get a box of WOLF to break it in. First shot, fine,, but a failure to feed the second cartridge. Second shot,,, fine, and a failure to feed. So far,, I have not been able to fire two consecutive shots off YET with this ammo. So, i handloaded a box on the turret press,,, and BOOM,,,, feeding fine. I'll stick with American ammo from now on."
– offo88
5.0 5
"I would strongly recommend this to anyone looking for cheap, reliable ammo. I've fired about two thousand rounds through my Ak-47 and never have had one miss-fire or jam. All these pansies complaining about the residue need to put a sock in it and act like they have a pair."
– Robert
3.0 5
"i bought 200 rounds from a friend who knows bout guns and ammo . and i have shot about 140 of them throught a ruger mini 30 and i can say im not that impressed with this ammo. i had what everyone else seems to complain about every 4 shots you would get a miss fire. granted you try and shoot it agian it might shoot or it might not. but i wasted about 25 rounds due to miss fire"
– jason
5.0 5
"I have been shooting wolf out of my hungarian SA-85 since 1993. Since that time I have literally put 25K rounds through the piece. I have had 3 malfunctions! Each failure was cleared by jacking the bolt. I used to clean it religously and then got a little lazy and realized the rifle does not care and most likely shoots better when residue closes the tolerances. This is reliability. I will choose this within 200 m. any day. Go figure you guys are sold out. Local gun show's prices match yours. Not to mention entry fee & beer. Please get more. I am down to the emergancy 30 rnds."
– DEM for Hillary
5.0 5
"My vector AK eats this stuff up like candy. The first time i took it out to shoot, I had 10 mags loaded up, and emptied them all in a few minutes- it jammed on only ONE occasion, and this was ONLY because i used a crappy romanian mag (I tried cycling it a few times and it would always get caught up)."
– merc
5.0 5
"I have a Chinese and a Yugo sks and it works fine on both. Its cheap and does what its made to do."
– That1guy
5.0 5
"when i first bought my ak every one was tellin me dont buy wolf its cheap but its diry and will jam your gun well that may be true but if u clean it regularly youll never have a problem i shoot over 100 shots per sitting for 3 year never had a problem and if all your doing is target shooting why would you want to 9 buck for 25 when you can pay 4 or 5 for 25 i love wolf!"
– eric
5.0 5
"I have been using wolf rounds in my Romanian AK, and in my chinese Mak-90 ever since the remington rounds i was using kept jamming up. I have shot way over 2k rounds in both of my rifles and the wolf rounds havnt jammed up once. who cares if the rounds arnt reloadable i dont use reloads anyway. I keep both rifles well oiled and clean them after each session, but I noticed i really dont need to since the wolf rounds arnt really that dirty. wolf rounds are number 1 in my book!"
– windnhishair
5.0 5
"All we've shot for several years in the family's 5 sks's other than some specialty loads I've cobbled up. it's accurate, consistent, reliable (never had a wolf misfire) and deadly, My son took 2 nice whitetails this year, I took my last buck with it, 1 shot each, and it laid them down quickly and cleanly. I couldn't ask more of ammo for any price. All I can say is if you don't like it good...more for us :-)"
– Wallager
5.0 5
"I love the wolf ammo they the best i buy by the bundle keep up the good work and good prices."
– pa
5.0 5
"Love it, been shooting Wolf ammo about 1 year in a chinese SKS. No jams!! I find its not that dirty shooting. I will continue to use this ammo."
– Deadidunn
5.0 5
"I shoot my sks-45 russia made every other day and i can hit from 100 yards with no problem with wolf ammo all i use is wolf ammo fmj hp"
– terrell
5.0 5
"I've used Wolf 7.62x39 in my Chinese SKS and my Romanian AK since I could get it instead of military surplus stuff, 1990s maybe, I can't remember exactly. I'm certain that I've had a misfeed with the AK, but I think it was a rusty magazine spring and not the ammunition. I've never had a single misfeed in the SKS. I've had excellent results out to and including 100 yards with iron sights, more than a few bullseyes. A better shooter probably could do better, but I'm quite pleased at what I can do with this ammo in these guns out to 100 yards consistently and reliably. It does shoot dirty. Sometimes I clean the guns immediately, sometimes I don't. A couple of hundred rounds will leave quite a bit of grunge. However, these rifles are built with a lot of tolerance. Sure, a Mini 14 will probably jam on this stuff. But an AK and an SKS will shoot this stuff with excellent accuracy for years of service with no problems. Mine have."
– john1428
3.0 5
"I sighted in my AK Romainian wasr 10 (low quality ak) with mil spec wolf ammo at 50 yards. It grouped ok. I bought some of the wolf in the black box and couldnt keep any grouping at 50 yards. I then tried some winchester ammo and hit exactly were I was aiming.This stuff is great for plinking..but dont do any serious shooting with it."
– Mike
5.0 5
"Cry me a river ..I love the stuff ..never a miss fire in my SKS ...great price for the plunking too ...Don`t buy Wolf ammo ..Leaves more for me !!"
– Paul W.
4.0 5
"I would never use Wolf steel cased ammo in any of my guns, EXCEPT for my AK's. Just yesterday I put 300rds thru a wasr-10 and kept 6\" groups at 100yds using iron sights standing and sitting, no benchrest, with absolutely no failures whatsoever. I have put over 500rds thru my Yugo AKM in one sitting without failures. This is the most consistant and most commonly accurate ammo out there for any AK pattern rifle. (Some shoot better with Silver Bear or Lapua, but 9 out of 10 will be more accurate than you are with this stuff.)"
– MOLRPR
4.0 5
"For years I have used Wolf for and never had any signifigant accuracy problems in my SKS, MAK 90, or Russian AK. As long as your aim is steady the bullets will hit the mark. On less than 10 occasions I have had a weak powder burn, but the bullets did that around the years of 2001 to 2003, never since. I agree that the bullets of other caliber are not too great; especially pistol caliber. Keeping a 6\uFFFD\uFFFD inch pattern for years with Wolf speaks for itself. For the price and performance you cannot beat Wolf 7.62 X 39."
– Canned Heat
2.0 5
"WolF is Very unique ammo it will fire in some Ak rifle like Chicoms but not in romanians or anything made by ruger, Very very hard primers and very dirty deposits . Brass cased stuff is worth the extra $"
– george
5.0 5
"I've fired several thousand rounds of this stuff through my AKM without a single problem. Not one single FTF, FTE, or anything. I really do think the people who have had issues are blaming the ammo instead of their gun or magazines."
– Jesse
4.0 5
"Ive got a Sporter 75 ak and have used wolf and wolf military classic the whole time ive had it and never once had any problems with accuracy or feeding or misfires...at the ammo prices today, wolf is all you need to plink and put holes in paper...for those who spend more to do the same thing just seems stupid...people saying the accuracy is bad with wolf...thats ur peice of sheet metal with a barrel showing its true colors...u want accuracy get an AR-15 or variant"
– swatvalor
5.0 5
"i own a romanian made ak-47 ive fired over 700,000 rounds of the 7.62 x 39 wolf ammunition. only 1 round has ever failed to fire. i have well abused this gun making barrel glow red hot an smokin, ive never cleaned the gun since the day it come out of the box. an i still find this ammunition to be accurete to a distance of 600 yards. as a compition shooter ive fired various brands, but the reliability an cheap price of this ammunition id shoot it over any other."
– compition shooter
5.0 5
"I havent shot 700,000 rounds through my ak, and ive NEVER gotten my intermediate rifle round ak to fire accurately at 600 yards.. But its only a cheap WASR/10 AKM. I must not be as good as Competition Shooter. Seriously people, the AKm was never designed for sub MOA accuracy. It was designed to be an illiterate peasant conscript-proof battle rifle. Ive been shooting wolf for years in both 7.62x39 and x54r and ive had no more misfires or FTF/FTE with it than with commercial ammo. The Russians milled their .30 to .311, the US uses .308 which means the stories of incredible accuracy with Winchester is a bit dubious, as the bullet will wobble a bit with commercial ammo. If you start sticking wolf into non russian weapons, the steel case, lacquer and harder primers will give you fits. Feed it to an SKS, AKm or Mosin Nagant and you will have no trouble."
– Eric D
5.0 5
"your wolf ammo is the bom i fired 2,000 rounds through my sks and never had one miss fire or jam and even had some fall out of my packet in the mud and picked up most of it and did nao clean it off and yet it still fired the next week i bint back shooting and looked at the ground and there were 3 rnds on stuck in the dry mud picked them up and laded my sks and boom all fired and ejacted"
– arrow
4.0 5
"While I prefer to shoot surplus Yugoslavian 7.62 ammo, it gets a bit pricey at $14 per 40box(with stripper clips). I've found that wolf is a reasonable substitute while shooting my norinco sks, however i've encountered many issues while using it with my russian made AK-47. Thinking it may have been magazines, i have tried multiple magazines, but all tend to jam now and then...simple solution is..i buy wolf for my sks and and other for my ak...problem solved."
– good for price
5.0 5
"For the price it cannot be beaten! Some of the wolf haters say \"it stinks\" Ha ha what do you want it to smell like, roses? Others say it is so dirty. The stuff comes off a lot more eazy than most of the other brands. I bought THOUSANDS of rounds and put them through my MAK-90 with not one problem. Don't listen to the haters, AK owners!"
– Mauserman
5.0 5
"1000 rounds, no problem at all. I attended the range last week with a friend and fellow AK collector. We each fired over 500 rounds of this ammo through multiple AK's and had not one misfire, broken shell, or any other type of failure. I read some of the other reviews of this ammo and could not believe the complaints. You know, even an AK needs to be cleaned every once in a while."
– That AK guy
4.0 5
"I agree fully that the Wolf ammunition is superior for price. In fact, there is no better deal. Having a ten round clip in the SKS or dropping a spent clip for the MAK90 and AK 47 (both 30rds.) I own. Individuals who say these are poor quality simply must have a magazine or rifle issue; maybe the weapon system is all \uFFFDwrong\uFFFD. The 7.62 x 39 is the best close quarters rifle, as the .45 Browning 1911 is to pistols."
– Kanned Heat 1st Div. USMC
5.0 5
"For the price this round CAN NOT BE BEATEN, PERIOD, END OF DISCUSSION! The only thing that sucks about it is that none of the indoor ranges in my area don't let you shoot anything with a steel case because they cant \"recycle it\". Fricken hippies."
– The Dude
5.0 5
"OK i have alot of weapons that shoot this round Yugo RPK, VZ-58,Chinese type-56 carbine SKS,Mini 30 ruger and a romy AKM. I did some looking into the ammo and tried them in each of the rifles above. I started with the RPK it shot very well i shot about 650rd out of her and had no problems also no problems with the Type-56 SKS and the VZ-58. Now the VZ-58 shot the best for an assault rifle really good groups way better than my Romy AKM. I know now that the VZ58 is built like the SKS and has better overall grouping of shots well it looks like an ak but it isn't one. The ammo shot out of my mini 30 ok just ok it's really dirty ammo everybody who has shot this kind of ammo knows this. One round went bang out of my mini and i took it apart and it looked like i shot about 100rds out of it. The Ruger shoots ok with this ammo for about 50rds and that's it then it gets too dirty and it will jam. I do like to shoot this ammo i can hit targets pretty good with it and the hollow points make Rabbits POP!!! its really cool."
– Sharpshooter1
4.0 5
"I use this stuff on my AK and it works like a charm. Its a combat gun so I don't expect tight shot groups anyway."
– Mike
5.0 5
"this ammo is the best i can find and the cheaper than most.i have a yugo sks i never had a miss fire jam or feeding problems ive fired probley 200 rounds it may be a little hard to clean after a couple boxs but its good for the price"
– noname
5.0 5
"The Wolf brand ammo in my opinion is the best. I have fired well over 5000 rounds through my ak without any problems. I recomend this ammo to all my ak buddies!!!"
– Keith.
2.0 5
"I've got a new mini-30 and wanted to shoot several types of rounds through it to see which it liked best. I decided to use the cheapest rounds first so I loaded a 5 round magazine with wolf ammo and gave it a go. The first shell did fire, but didn't eject, so i dropped the magazine and dug out the spent casing put the magazine back in and cycled round 2 into it. This time it did fire and partially ejected the spent casing but it hung-up in the cycling action and was caught in the breech. I pulled the bolt back enough to get the spent casing out fired round 3. Round 3 fired but did not eject. I dropped the magazine, unloaded the other 2 shells, and after inspecting the gun decided I had better clean it before I tried to shoot it again. Please note this is a brand new gun, and wasn't dirty to start with. On the plus side the 3 rounds I did fire made a group less than 1 inch at 50 yards. A few days and a good cleaning later I took the rifle back to the range and shot a few boxes of good ammo through it with no feeding issues or ejecting issues, and less fouling than the 3 shots of wolf.All of the ammo grouped about the same so if your weapon will feed wolf ammo, accuracy is not an issue. \"In my limited 3 shot testing experience with it\" Hope this helps.Neil."
– ndcouey
4.0 5
"Okay, I put about 100rds through my Norinco SKS and it was dirtier that the whole prior thousand. The gas tube was a mess and the barrel was black. I did manage to zero my 4x scope, 3\" group, at 100yrds with a peasant gun not known for incredible accuracy. The bottom line is, these rounds, while dirty, are inexpensive, plentiful, and reasonably accurate. Half the fun of shooting is getting to know your gun and making it your own. If you are too lazy and whiney to clean your gun, don't get these rounds. I love them, bought additional 1000rds for the SKS and more for the .45. I will continue to shoot these in the future. The only reason they don't get 5 bullets is the slight mess they make... but its all part of the fun."
– Wing Chun Ty
4.0 5
"I put 100 rounds through my WSAR-10 and it was certainly dirty, but a little cleaning did the trick. I didn't have any problems with the ammo itself. Nice and cheap."
– Chris
4.0 5
"I've shot Wolf ammo both my SKS and Mosin-Nagant. I've found these rounds feed very well and I've never had a mis-fire. I like both the FMJ and SP rounds. Don't waste your time with the HP rounds. They do not spread nicely like say... an HP shot from a .45. I test fired all three (FMJ, HP, and SP) in my SKS through a 2x6 chunk of wood and got the best de-formation from the SP. The HP shot straight through just like the FMJ's."
– Tom
2.0 5
"bought wolf ammo cuz it was cheap. jams my tapco sks constantly. is too dirty for my gun i guess, bolt stays jammed forward. bought silver bear ammo and can empty a clip in no time with no jamming."
– preston
5.0 5
"I have sent thousands of rounds of wolf ammo downrange through my SKS and still have yet to have a jam. Keep Your Weapon Clean!!!!!!! AUTOMATIC"
– Kip
5.0 5
"I have always used this ammo for my SKS, it has never jammed or miss fired yet! Keep it dry and it last a long time."
– Darrel
5.0 5
"The wolf brand shoots dirty, but I have put close to 500 rds through my WASR between cleanings and have never misfired. I have put more than 10000 rds through my rifle, and the wolf brand has been the least trouble overall, including other Russian, and even brass cased stock made anywhere. If you are having trouble with this ammo, clean your darn weapon."
– 1stMARDIV91
5.0 5
"I must have shot 3000 rounds from my roman AK-47 and I can't recall ever having a missfire or have I cleaned it it is one tough SOB."
– ryan
3.0 5
"For the price, this really is good stuff. I have probably fired 600 rds in my Yugo AK with zero problems. However, i bought a Ruger mini30 (new) and about 80% ofs the rounds failed to fire....only a light mark on the primer. I sent my Mini30 back to Ruger, got it back a month later, and the same thing. I told them i thought it was the firing pin, and they put in a new trigger. Now, i can take all of the rounds the Mini30 will not fire, put them in my Yugo AK and they all fire. After reviews, it seems the Wolf ammo has a hard primer. Now, it is my understanding that semi autos are loosely constructed so all ammo will fire. I really cant blame Wolf, but put the Onus on the Ruger firearm company for my problem. I also realized when i shipped off my carbine that the Ruger Co. doesnt offer a warranty or guarantee. I will continue to shoot Wolf, but this is the last Ruger i will buy."
– Jorge
1.0 5
"Purchased 200 rounds and had a 50% failure rate. Primers seem to deteriorate from the red coating used to lock them in place. Pulled the bullets from the 100 that didn't fire and loaded the stick powder and bullet into new Winchester brass and CCI primers and all fired without a problem. Would not recommend this product for anything other then plinking in the woods."
– Chuck
4.0 5
"This is good ammo. Have not had any problems in several AK's and a Yugo sks. But at these prices it is not worth it. I understand that there is a high demand but come on. At these prices it is almost a dollar a round and its not even reloadable. Its the same price as reloadable, brass cased .308 which insane. After all this is steel cased ammo."
– Abz520
5.0 5
"This is super good ammo , the price is high but it dont matter. I have fired 400,250 rounds through my rommiamnian kalashnikov and I get one inch gruops at 300 yards , and three inch gruops at 1200 yards, never once had a malfunctioun .I have spent a million dollars on ammo and never regreted it , just last tuesday I shot a squirrel at 2100 yards I paced it off my self,so I might be wrong a few yards but I wuold say its pretty accurate ammo ."
– monry bags
5.0 5
"outrageuos ammoNow that is some great accracy with Wolf 7.62x39!!!"
– Bradley
4.0 5
"this is the best ammo for your sks, i always use wolf in my norinco type 56, and never ever had a jam or misfire, this ammo is probilly more \"sure fire\" than brass cased boxer primed rounds due to the hard berdan primers and the military spec sealant, this ammo can also stand up to harsher weather better than brass cased rounds im sure. I fired 100 rounds that i bought from ctd and they preformed great, im very happy with the buy, thanks CTD!!!"
– tim
5.0 5
"Allright fellas, I just bought an Arsenal Inc FLR-107F back in October when I figured that Obama was going to me our man. I also bought \"enough\" ammunition to familiarize myself with the rifle and enough to \"have and hold\" for any future needs.Granted my rifle isnt a standard issue \"bang around\" AK variant and I dont expect to be picking ticks off of the shoulders of my buddies at 300 yards with it. But after 1200 rounds I can assure you that the ammunition is a little dirty shooting, but accurate to any \"normal\" target range. I was shooting the 122GR HP and the 154GR SP Wolf ammo and was consistantly hitting the cap of a 20oz bottle of pop at 100 yards with open sights. That combined with the fact that I was splitting 3\" thick limestone rock in half at that same distance makes me think that this ammunition will do fine in any application I will ever need.Its pricey nowdays and will probably never go back to a penny a round but its cheap entertainment. If you really have issues with the possiblility of jamming or accuracy then go and buy you 30 rounds of Corbon to keep in the magazine when you have your AK parked in the closet for the boogeyman visit. If you have any Wolf ammo in 7.62x39 that you do not wish to keep then let me know and I will buy it back from you at a penny a round....."
– NShan
4.0 5
"With the exception of a few bad lots of Wolf 7.62x39 ammo I shot awhile ago that had loose primers, this ammo performs very well in my Yugo SKS. It does leave a lot of gunk in your weapon and isn't exactly match grade stuff, but I clean my weapons after every trip to the range and it's at least as accurate as I am using iron sights. CTD's current prices about twice as high as they should be IMHO, but at least they've got some in stock still."
– Spudgun
5.0 5
"I have fired thousands, upon thousands, of russian Wolf rounds through my Romanian SAR-1 AK-47, and Have never had a misfire, or hangfire. If you are having problems with Wolf ammo, believe me, it's not the ammo thats malfuntioning, it's your weapon."
– Bloodycrackdown
5.0 5
"I've shot more than 10,000 round never any problems. And give me a brake its cheap and shoots well. I read some of the other review guess what guys its you guns not the ammo thats messed up!!!!!!!"
– Nick
5.0 5
"It's all ive shot in my Norinco MAK-90, functions flawlessly, shoots a little dirty but what doesn't nowadays? If you complain about your gun getting dirty THEN DON'T SHOOT GUNS! BUY AIRSOFT! I use this ammo alot and have heard the horror stories, have read the reviews, and have come to realize that some guns just don't function well with this ammo, but it runs great with my AK and I have no reason to complain as of yet."
– MenaceMan47
1.0 5
"i brought about 100rounds of this wolf ammo and 30 to 35 percentwere failures due to bad primers i will never buy this brand of ammo again!!!!!"
– neveragain
5.0 5
"this is good ammo irregardless of the horror stories you hear about Wolf ammo. it works in yugo SKS M59/66 just fine. when i thought it didnt work so good, ended up being a problem with my gun not the ammo. my brother shot thousands of rounds of Wolf through his Saiga AK-47 and no complaints. i think about maybe 3 misfired out of a 1000. not bad in my book"
– spencer
5.0 5
"I have a Rom. AK. I've heard how tough the weapons are so I decided to shoot till I had a jam then clean my rifle. I have shot only wolf ammo and am up to 5,520 rounds through this rifle without a single jam or misfire. I will probably clean it just because this weapon will not fail. I really like this ammo."
– Dan
1.0 5
"I use this ammo for my AK47 and Yugo SKS, many bullets just blew a hole through the primer and blow gas back into firing bolt. It happened so often that it broke my SKS firing bolt and firing pin. I bought 1000rds of these and now i am stuck with it. I'd never buy Wolf again!"
– Thinh
4.0 5
"Started shooting nothing but Wolf through my Chinese SKS and the only problem I had ou of the 5K+ rnds was a bullet failing to leave the bbl. For some reason the soft point failed to feed up the ramp properly and when the primer ignited the bullet only traveled a third the length of the bbl. My rifle and I both LOVE the HP, acceptable accuracy, no feed problems and a nice boom every time the trigger was pulled. The SP seemed to lack the accuracy I like and didn't seem to have the same pop downrange as the HP. Whether it's the HP, SP or FMJ these are great rounds to take out and shoot. The price outweighs the 'dirty' factor and besides, the best way to learn your rifle, aside from behind the trigger, is from the end of a cleaning rod!"
– One Shot
4.0 5
"No problem with Wolf ammo. Original magazine chambered and fired everytime. I learned that my after-market mags need lots of work."
– SKS56Dtrooper
5.0 5
"never a problem,shot over 1000 rds."
– robert
5.0 5
"I have shot approximately 2000 rounds of Wolf 7.62x39 FMJ through my Yugo M70B1 with 0 misfires, and the ammo feeding flawlessly. Had a problem charging it once, but a quick clean of the receiver cleared it up."
– SupaFlyJedi
5.0 5
"By far this is the best ammo out there right now for the price !! I have put over 600 rounds through my Rom AK47 and not one single failure to fire and no feed problems and or jams as of yet. I was at another gun show this past weekend and they were selling this exact ammo for More $$ . It may be a little dirty but I clean all my rifles after I put over 200 rounds through them no matter what ammo I use. Another note : Very accurate out to 200 yards . Way to go CTD !! Keep them in stock and I will always be buying them .. AK's just love them .."
– BDC , TX
4.0 5
"First off let me say that my experience with Cheaper Than Dirt on my order of this ammo was simply, amazing. I placed the order July 23 and the ammo got here early July 24. I was like, WOW... That was... FAST!!! All of the ammo arrived well packaged and in good condition, despite 2 or 3 boxes that where a bit on the worn out side (Even still all of the actual cartridges looked good). Thank you Cheaper Than Dirt, for your great shipping...Now about the ammo. We all know that both Wolf and Brown Bear don't exactly make the highest match grade quality ammo. None the less, I would expect that about 85 to 95 percent of this ammo is used in AK-47's. An Ak will eat almost everything you put in it. Unlike the Ar-15 witch is very picky when it comes to steel cased ammo. Reliability is not a problem with this ammo, just as long as you are shooting it threw an AK. Accuracy... Well lets face it, you didn't buy an AK for supreme accuracy, so buying match grade ammunition for an AK is more of a step backwards than forwards. You bought an AK for firepower a reliability. This ammo will suffice. Lets talk price. Before I made the decision to order from Cheaper Than Dirt I wanted to make sure I could not find a good deal at one of the many gun stores in my town. I looked at almost every gun store in my area. With that said, Cheaper Than Dirt has the best 7.62x39 ammo prices I have ever seen.Conclusion... Cheaper Than Dirt has great prices for their products and shipping. Shipping is fast and they have great service. I will be buying from these guys again...Robert..."
– Robert
4.0 5
"stuff is dirty as heck, but i enjoy taking the time cleaning my guns thoroughly. also is not as powerful, its not as loud and the spent casings are only ejected 5 ft as apposed to higher quality brand being ejected 20 ft. it goes bang every time though and is perfect for plinking (which is all we really do anyways)"
– mike
5.0 5
"I have been shooting a Yugo SKS for over 6 years now i mostly use the Russian based ammo mainly for price. I mainly use Barnaul Monarch and Wolf for target shooting. Lately the price for this cailber has gone through the roof, and thats only when you can get it. The Wolf brand is very powerful and accurate at 100-175 yards i can easily hit a 4\" steel blind plates 3'8 of an inch thick with every shot open sights and blow holes right through them. I own many pistols and rifles but this is by far my favorite round and weapon to use. For this price i'll buy some every pay day as long as they'll stock them. When i first bought this rifle everyone thought this was an inferior and inaccurate rifle/cailber. I now see the AK/SKS/7.62x39 reviewed and praised as the best battle rifle in the world now. It does what it was designed to do period."
– Henry J
4.0 5
"I ordered 10 boxes, all of them were excellent condition, some shelf wear, but the ammunition was fine."
– Nick C.
5.0 5
"Ordered 500 rds. Fired 50 at the range today. I am pleased with the accuracy and it's not that dirty. I'll buy again."
– Ed SKS
5.0 5
"Hey, Wolf ammo might be cheap but one day at the range you walk through a lot of ammo and you cant tell the difference if its cheap or not."
– by it
4.0 5
"I've fired hundreds, maybe even a couple thousand of these rounds, and I rarely have trouble. I've got a Yugo SKS that loves this ammunition. I've never had any blown primers, or a bad batch of ammo, though I've had a handful of rounds fail to fire when struck, no more than 1-2 in 100. Further, this ammunition burns a bit dirtier than \"Western\" production ammunition, so use good cleaning practices, clean your rifle after every range trip. Consider investing in a 7.62x39 chamber brush as well, as the coating on this (and other polymer/lacquer) ammunition will cause buildup in most chambers which may result in jamming. I generally use the chamber brush every 200 rounds or so, or whenever I start to have cycling trouble; 3 minutes with the chamber brush and a quick swab solves it."
– Gus
5.0 5
"This is the best amo for both a AK or SKS... I have fired over a thousand rounds in my SKS and AK and never had one problem although I do keep my guns in good condition... best bang for the buck, guess you could say"
– J.E.F
5.0 5
"I got 400rds and shot over 300 of them. I never had one jam or anything. I even put them in the mud and snow. Then shot them with no problems. I will be buying more."
– Cman
5.0 5
"I bought 300 rounds and shot off 250 of em the other day, it was about 31F and snowing/raining, i droped quite a few of the rounds in the snow/mud by accident, not one time did i have a jam or missfire! this ammo is as reliable as the AK i was shooting."
– jimmey
1.0 5
"I\uFFFDve shot lots of ammo out of my AK but I have never had ammo gum up my AK like the black box Wolf ammo. I\uFFFDve had to tap my receiver on a wall just to load the first round. It sticks everything shut. I had to tear my gun completely down and scrub it and even use light sandpaper on some of it just to get the crap off that the bullets left. I now use Chinese rounds that shoot much better and much cleaner."
– raybo
5.0 5
"This ammo is great! I always use Wolf ammo."
– ak man
5.0 5
"I love this ammo. I have shot hundreds of rounds through my Chinese SKS with it, and have yet to have a FTF, Slam-fire, etc. If you keep your rifle in good, clean, working order, I bet you will have as good of results as I have had. As with all ammo, it will leave powder residue, but that is what cleaning is for. If you can point me to ammo that won't leave residue, I am all for it. But until then, I will be a life-long customer of Wolfs."
– HansSteiner
5.0 5
"I got like 1,000 rounds of this, not all here but that is all I shoot in my AK 47 and it never fails. The world's most reliable gun need the most reliable ammo and this is it my frind!"
– Gunerman13
5.0 5
"I've shot well over 5000 rounds through my AK with never a jam. It doesn't seen to be as dirty as any of these people say. Its the only 7.62x39mm I'll ever buy."
– AK-47 =)
5.0 5
"GOT MY AMMO TO DAY LOVE IT"
– AK VS AR
5.0 5
"Great ammo at an amazing price, not one misfire in over 100 rounds so far"
– chris m, manning, sc
1.0 5
"This is the worst ammo I have ever shot in my life. The person who packed these boxes of ammo must have been a chimney sweeper by day because the rounds were filthy with some kind of oily blackish soot, and obviously lacked any kind of professional knowledge in making ammunition. The first magazine was loaded with 10 rounds - out of which, 3 failed to fire. The primers were struck but simply didn't go off. There is nothing wrong with the like new Ruger Mini-30 that we have been shooting these out of. I went through 4 boxes of this filthy junk with a misfire about every 4 or 5 rounds average. Don't buy this ammo, spend a few more dollars and get what you pay for - unless, that is, you would like to train for clearing malfunctions. Then by all means....."
– Ruger Mini-30
4.0 5
"OK people, this isn't match grade ammo; get over it. I've shot hundreds of rounds of Wolf through my Romanov AK and my SKS carbine. I didn't think they were especially accurate in my SKS but when I bought my AK a couple years ago I was very impressed with the accuracy of this supposed \"bury in the mud\" rifle with its legendary loose tolerances. Accuracy is easily up to snuff at ranges out to about 75 yards, which is all I shoot. Yes, it's dirty, yes it comes in a loose pack and is often packaged with grit or grease, but I cannot recall any misfires or failures in hundreds of rounds shot. It is pretty dirty so it loses one bullet, but overall it's a great buy for shooting holes in paper on a weekend."
– Jon
4.0 5
"I've fired about 500 of these through my Russian SKS and have limited problems. Maybe 2 of every 20 rounds misfires - the primer seems to be the problem in these instances.I buy this because its cheap and I can get a few rounds when I need them... but in bulk, I will buy the Brown or Silver Bear as I've fired about 200 of these and had absolutely zero problems whatsoever."
– Olive Drab
1.0 5
"Ruger makes quality firearms, but this stuff won't work in my Mini-30. 160 rounds attempted with 40 misfires with my Mini-30. Seems to be a common theme in these reviews. I just wish I had read the reviews before buying."
– JD
5.0 5
"I have went through thousands of rounds of this stuff and maybe 5 misfires. My AK's love this stuff. Sure it's dirty and maybe not as accurate, but for the price I will buy it all day. And what can I say about CTD's fast shipping,low prices, I love this place."
– Nick
1.0 5
"I had to rate as 1 bullet because there was not a 0 bullet rating. This is without a doubt the worst ammo I have ever fired. Two trips to the range and I had an over 20% misfire rate through a new out of the box Ruger Mini-30. I only regret that I have 4 or 5 boxes left to work through. To be completely honest, the ammo did perform consistently regarding accuracy, that is when it actually fired."
– Gary McConnell
4.0 5
"I used this ammo in my SKS for the first time and was extremely pleased with the way the ammo performed. I had no problems that have been reported by other reviewers. I had no mis-fires and this ammo worked like a charm. I shot 60 rounds total, and will be buying more. This is great cheap plinking ammo for the range. I had some really nice groups at 100yards. I would recommend a good buy."
– Sdsquad
1.0 5
"Ran out of my W.W. box so I had to get a box of this stuff. Out of 20 rounds, I had 3 misfires. This was fired from my Ruger Mini-30, needless to say I'll never buy this again"
– steven p
4.0 5
"I love Wolf ammo. I have fired tons of it through my WASR-10. I've also fired several thousand rounds in 9mm. I never had a problem. I've read several bad reviews about the Mini-30's (I'm not knocking Ruger as I'm a Ruger freak), but from what I've read, they are very finicky on ammunition. I'll also state I've fired the white box Winchester 9mm, and have had it stove pipe multiple times. I can't say anything bad about Wolf ammo. The other comments about it being dirty, and all that, I haven't seen any ammo that you can fire (regardless of manufactuer) that prevents you from cleaning your firearm."
– Tim
1.0 5
"No, no, no, no, no. I bought big because of the price. I bought several hundred rounds sight unseen based on the price. In one 20 round box I had three jams in my Mini-30. The non-brass case seems to swell after being discharged and does not eject properly because of this. I gave away (did you hear that... I GAVE AWAY) over 300 rounds to a friend with an SKS that seems to be able to devour even the cheapest of ammo. I can't speak to other rifles but for the Mini 30, you should pass. I bought the slightly more expensive FIOCCHI rounds and have been more happy with shooting experience.$.02"
– Nor-Cal Shooter
5.0 5
"Used on my WASR10...no jams."
– jbb