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Ammo 7.62x39mm Wolf Performance SP Bimetal 154 Grain 20 Round Box 2104 fps Steel Cased Non Corrosive

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7.62x39mm, Wolf Performance, Russian Steel Cased, 154 Grain Soft Point Bullet, 2396 fps, 20 Rounds Per Box, 50 Boxes Per Case.

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Polymer coating ensures smooth 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: 2104 fps.
Muzzle Energy: 1514 ft. lbs.
Uses: Hunting and Plinking
Total number of Reviews: 38

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5.0 5
"I used this ammo in my Krebs AK to take a very large Colorado cow elk. I was shooting open sights and so waited until I had a 125 yard shot at a standing cow. I shot from a rest and hit her behind the shoulder. The bullet expanded nicely and broke the off shoulder. The elk did not move more than 2 steps after being hit. For 150 yard shots this ammo is great, if you do your part."
– 1911A1
5.0 5
"I bought 100 rounds because the ammo didn't cost much. Knowing all to well you get what you pay for i didn't expect much. To my suprise these wolf rounds are very accurate and cycle very well threw my weapon. I am very please with this product and would suggest that anyone looking for soft point 7.62 X 39 to look here first. Do your part and the rifle and ammo will do the rest.Gun: Norinco NHM-91Target: Pepsi cansRange: 100 yards"
– GroundZero
5.0 5
"i own dozens of tins of wolf brown ak-47 ammo,is the best and cheapest ive come across, and to the idiot who said it ruined his gun, your sks was prob about ready to fall apart aNyways,ive shot tens of thousands of these rounds and never heard any trouble, take it from a vet,these are just fine"
– buddecat
5.0 5
"I have purchased 3 cases of Wolf ammo over the last 3-4 years and have cycled all 3000 rounds (1000 HP, 2000 FMJ) perfectly with no jams or misfires. Wolf is the best value and the accuracy with even my crappy WASR10 was great. At 120 yrds I can hit a 20oz Mountian Dew 4-5 times with iron sites."
– SLR95
5.0 5
"You can pay more but why? I have fired thousands of rounds through my SKS, Ak Pistol and Ak rifle. All three performed fantastic without a single dud. The price may be somewhat low but the quality is always high. It doesn't matter how many you shoot, just where the first one hits. JH"
– J. Holand
5.0 5
"These dang bullets are so damn good. They are cheap and perform great. I have put 500 round in one day threough my Mak90 rifle and mini thirty without any jams or duds....highly recommened."
– MAK-90
5.0 5
"I bought a few hundred of theese and went through all of them with no miss fires and no jams in my sks shot with open sights at 100 yards and hit a clay pigeon every shot at 200 yards open sights hit the clay pigeon every shot at 300 yards I missed 1 time out of ten shots with open sights not one bad thing to say about the ammo the price is right and the ammo is great I have recommended it to all my friends"
– chuck
5.0 5
"Wonderful ammo for anything that shoots the 7.62x39."
5.0 5
"This is the best ammo I've ever purchased for my yugo sks. The 122 to 124 grain just doesn't seem to cut it with a stock gas tube. Every couple of rounds of the lighter grain would not completely eject. I think it may be because of the sks has such a heavy bolt or the stock gas tubes may not completely seal around the ends because of wear. I really don't know. What I do know is this performs flawlessly. Well worth the extra few cents above the Wolf 122 or 124 grain."
– JH
5.0 5
"this is the best bullet for hunting with the 7.62x39mm riflesI have a Chinese Type 56 (SKS) that has taken 9 deer with this round with no problems at all.range any where from 75 yds. to 200 yds"
– surehuntsalot
5.0 5
"This ammo shot very well with no missfires or jamming in my russian sks. To spend the money for more expensive ammo is a waste for a weapon like the sks."
– barefuthilbilly
2.0 5
"Bought 2/08 Underpowered Now using yogo SKS as a bolt action"
– Unhappy
3.0 5
"Ammo fires nicely. But be advised, the steel case can and will damage the head of your chamber after time. That steel case slamming home is not a good thing."
– Typ
4.0 5
"Got some kick good round I had an great time at the range with this round used my saiga 7.62 and it responed well the higher grain was alot hotter my handguard started smokin pretty good and i could feel the heat coming as i kept shooting i shot 90 rounds before it started to smoke"
– Sgt of Marines
5.0 5
"Like any WOLF ammo it was designed for the AK-47/SKS guns and any other guns because the round is steal it could and over time will damage modern rifles, but this AMMO here the 7.62x39 154gr SP is very hard to find, and a great hunting round to beat, and soon will be missed! Buy now while you still can! The Gun Collector..."
– The Gun Collector...
4.0 5
"it shot fine threw my rom ak. BUT KEEP IT DRY!! IT RUST'S FARLEY EASY."
– fleetofbean
1.0 5
"I purchased a Rossi single shot as a back-up to my Norinco SKS. Found the reliability with Wolf (and also Barnaul) to be absolutely unacceptable. Some of the older Russian HP and Chinese FMJ (made around '93-'94) did OK as did some 1973 manufacture Chinese armor piercing rounds. But not current manufacture Wolf and Barnaul. More rounds failed to fire than did fire. Firing pin strike was very shallow. Sent the weapon back to Rossi-they replaced the hammer spring then test fired it with 'White Box' Winchester (5 rounds-no problem) upon receiving the weapon I retested-still not reliable. There is some debate as to whether or not the primers are too hard to be reliably fired by the hammer spring/firing pin system of the Rossi or the primers have an inconsistent location in the largely loose tolerance cases. Rossi stated that their rifles were designed to fire ONLY SAAMI approved brass cased American ammo. This may well be the case. I plan to try other brands of ammo to test this theory. I would prefer the Rossi be able to fire anything I put in it-obviously it wont ....this makes me wonder if other weapons chambered in this round would have the same problem. My .223 Rossi's will spit out Brown Bear HP's and SP's all day accurately and with no misfires. My Norinco SKS will fire all the dimpled rounds the Rossi fails to fire. The firing pin strike of the SKS is much deeper than that of the Rossi. I like the Rossi but have it for sale-bottom line is that any weapon I have must fire anything I put into it if not accurately then at least reliably. The Wolf (and Barnaul) ammo works fine in my SKS. I prefer the 122-125 grain bullets to the 154 grain simply because there is a bit more drop with the 154. Reliability is good with no stove-piping and only the occasional FTF due to an apparently defective primer. Have not yet tried the Golden Tiger or Hot Shot ammo."
2.0 5
"I have used many different brands of ammo through my Norinco SKS and all have worked great w/o problems except for WOLF. I found that the WOLF primers are machine loaded into the rounds because of mass production. But some of the primers are set in a bit to far, trust me I have checked with a micrometer and most WOLF rounds will not fire in my well maintained SKS because of this problem. I've even had my gun checked out by two different gunsmiths who say it must not like WOLF ammo. I hate that this happens because so many of you can use this cheap ammo but as for me, I'm unsatisfied with all 7.62x39 WOLF."
– buggy
5.0 5
"i have no idea what the problem is for these other guys that have trouble shooting WOLF 154 grain ammo! my Saiga AK47 ate these babies for breakfast and spat out the shells like chewing tobacco! they were perfect!!! heavy firepower for CHEAP!!! if you don't buy them it leaves more for me!"
– Silver Stallion
5.0 5
"Best that I have ever used. My Ak and my SKS have never had any issues with this ammunition. It is not competition grade, but for just putting some rounds down range it is an outstanding choice. Never had a single problem with this brand. I will never use anything else in either of my weapons."
5.0 5
"I recently purchased a Vector Arms AK-47 Classic. The Wolf brand ammo has fired just fine in this weapon. I have fired both FMJ and HP rounds. I have consistent 1\" 5 round groupings at 50 meters with both loads, sighting through a Leapers 4 X 32 mini-scope.. Functionality of the ammo is tops. Feeds good, ejects good, minimal residue. I am looking forward to harvesting my first AK whitetail this fall using the Wolf 154 grain soft point."
– James
4.0 5
"After building my ak, I decided that I should attempt to squeeze as much accuracy out of the round as possible. So after a few months I had built my second AR15, but chambered for the 7.62x39. Anything hollow point or under 125g just wouldnt feed right or was flying all over the paper. I found this same ammo at a local fun show 2 weeks ago. Honest to God, I'm keeping it 3\" or better at 500yds. Im here to buy more, lots more."
4.0 5
"for the money,this is good quality ammo.be advised,ammo like this i've purchased inthe past had a steel core,as was pointed outto me by a gun range owner as he was showingme the door for using steel-core ammo on hissteel-core ammo prohibited range.later at home,i pulled a bullet out of a round,and checked itwith a magnet,and sure enough,it was steel-core.i also sectioned the bullet to confirm.still, all in all,great ammo for the money,andthe hogs don't know the difference steel-core or not."
– jim bowie
5.0 5
"I ran about 200 rounds through a brand new Saiga 7.62 and it never jammed or had a problem and seemed to be accurate. When I got home and cleaned things, there was very little residue."
– Vinny
1.0 5
"I purchased 120 rounds,of the first thirty fired 10 did not.I will not use the rest.do not waist your money, this ammo is trash."
– mark
5.0 5
"I don't know what gun previous reviewer is using but i have fired over a 1000 with out fail! Hard hitting Wolf!"
– gina
1.0 5
"I have a norinco SKS with a brand new gas tub gas piston and action rod. and when i used this ammo alot of them jammed in the gun. Alot of them also never fired when the primer was struck. So in my opinion this ammo is garbage. I have used the wolf military classic without fail though. Have yet to a single of those rounds jam or misfire. But this wolf blackbox ammo is garbage."
– Chris
4.0 5
"This ammo is very reliable and a great value for the money.I have experienced no misfires on over two hundred rounds and the accuracy is good. In addition, I was pleasantly surprised that the residue was minimal and cleaning a snap."
– jeff
5.0 5
"My son (10 yrs old) shot and killed 2 deer with this ammo last year. IM HAPPY! no misfires or double feeds 1956 russian sks"
4.0 5
"I like the rounds for deer but they drop a little earlier then expected at longer ranges."
– AKGuy
5.0 5
"Very good ammo. Deep inpact."
– deer hunter
5.0 5
"I have 3 guns that use this ammo (AK47,SKS and a Ruger Mini 30). I have never had a mis-fire and shot over 3000 round of this ammo through those guns. I have harvested 4 deer and over 10 pigs. The soft point ammo is a great. You get 30-30 performance from a semi-auto gun. Buy this ammo!"
– JHancock
5.0 5
"I went to the range today and was shooting an old surplus brand non corrosive 122 grain steel case ammo with sub-par results. After switching to this Wolf 154 grain, I was shooting an 8\" group at 100 yards with stock open sights with my Chinese SKS off a bag. Every bullet was consistent and at this price it's even better!"
– Hemphillac
5.0 5
"I've been shooting the 154 grain soft points for a long time. I haven't had any problems with it, and I can use it to take Javelinas out on my ranch in South TX. Good stuff, and it's cheap."
– DaveR
5.0 5
"I just recieved my shipment of Wolf 154 grain on July 3rd. Loadedup two magazines (Tapco's) in my WASR-10 and headed for rabbit country. I tested the first 10 rounds at 48.8 yds (using a range finder) and set up 3 phone books (2 1/2 inches thick each). Fired 3 rounds and it flew through all 3 and punched a nice sized hole in the ground. Now thats impressive!! I shot both Mags at various ranges up to 150 yds and am really impressed with the performance of this ammo!! I definately will be buying more of this Wolf brand."
– liberty4us
5.0 5
"Like all of the ammo I have got from CTD.com all rounds went bang. My rifle is new, and I wanted to test it at indoor 30 yard range, but due to the steel core NO INDOOR RANGE IN FL allows Wolf ammo. I had to go to Markham Park. Still planning to buy more. 30 yards is no fun with a high powered rifle anyway. Worth the money!"
– WASR Sport
5.0 5
"I bought 500 rounds and everyone of them fired perfectly out of my sks. ammo is fairly accurate and was clean compared to other steel cased ammo i've bought in the past."
– wes
5.0 5
"Great ammo to shoot. I've tried a few different brands and this is by far my favorite."
– IO inc AK