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Wolf Performance .45 ACP Steel Cased Full Metal Jacket, 230 Grains, 850 FPS, 50 Rounds per Box

 
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45FMJ
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WOLF pistol ammunition is an excellent choice for high volume target or plate competitions where consistency, accuracy and reliability are needed shot after shot. WOLF pistol ammunition is 100% non-corrosive and features a copper jacketed projectile which results in less barrel wear and preserves the life of valuable firearms. Copper jacketed projectiles are also accepted at indoor/outdoor ranges where steel jacketed projectiles are prohibited

This is high-quality, Wolf Performance Ammo has polymer coated steel cases. Now featuring the renowned POLYFORMANCE. Shoot with confidence and WOLF's unmatched reliability backed by the industry's only 100% Performance Guarantee!!!
. This is steel cased, Boxer-primed, Bimetal jacket (copper over steel) FMJ and is non-corrosive.

Specifications:
Caliber: 45ACP
Bullet Type: Copper Washed Full Metal Jacket Projectile
Bullet Weight: 230 grains
Muzzle Velocity: 850 fps
Steel Case
Non-reloadable
Berdan Primed
Non Corrosive
50 Rounds per Box

 
Total number of Reviews: 103

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3.0 5
"I purchased several boxes of the Wolf .45 ACP ammo because of the great price; I took my Springfield XD45 to my local range and ran 50 rounds through the weapon. The ammunition fed and fired without any malfunction, and the accuracy was OK. There did seem to be a fair amount of fouling with this ammo, and it took me a while to get it cleaned out. Next time I will use a different brand and see whether or not I get the same amount of fouling. I would recommend this brand as a good economy ammo, just watch the bore and see if you get more fouling than with other brands. I have bought a lot of the Wolf 7.62x39 for my SKS since it is a battle rifle, and I think it is good ammo. Hope this helps people."
– Matt
4.0 5
"I ran about 500 rounds of this through a Glock 21 and I had no problems with it at all."
– B
3.0 5
"I have been shooting Wolf Ammo for the last 2 years in my Ruger .45 and my Ruger mini-30. You cannot find a better ammo for the price. The only problem is that it leaves your gun alittle dirty. Other than the mess, this is the best bang for your buck."
– Lewis
3.0 5
"This is a great ammo to practice with. Decently accurate also."
– Steve
4.0 5
"Went to the range and fired about 5 boxes. About 1/2 through my Sig P220, and the other half in my Govt. 1911. No jams-pretty good accuracy. For the price, I will buy again."
– William
4.0 5
"I have fired several hundred rounds with this ammo.I have only experienced a few jams.With my sig p-220.Only on initial charging of the pistol.Could have been the mags.....doubt it...but....Other than those few mishaps,i have never had a misfire or stovepipe.I shot a 300 pound pig off my horse with this ammo while it was in my trash cans.It broke it's shoulder with the first shot and the second shot killed it.I do not recommend hunting with it,but if a big hog is destroying your yard while you are riding.....it will knock it stupid.......once again i am not recommending hunting with this round,just saying it did drop a big pig at a relatively close range.good cheap ammo,and it does the job.Good luck."
– linemedic
1.0 5
"not as accurate. when firing at an indoor range it was really smokey and smelly and was kind of embarassing. fouling and required extra cleaning afterwards. also didn't seem to have as much pop. felt like it barely had enough umph to push the slide back and insert the next shell. this could also be due to the casing as it has a rough exterior surface. i wouldn't trust these to be able to hit pop-cans at 25 feet. these probably have the quality of bullets made in the old days of the wild west. pay a few cents extra and get something else."
– Tom
4.0 5
"i have ran 1000+rounds of wolf through each my 1911 and xd and am quite satisfied. it does tend to be a little\"dirtier\" than alot of other rounds but as far as dependability goes,A+. basically,its a nice,cheap practice ammo,just requires a bit more clean time when your done.i have ran several thousand rounds of the 7.62x39 variety of wolf through my ak and have no complaints at all."
– zach
5.0 5
"Have run over 4k of Wolf 45 & 9mm thru a total of 4 Glocks without any problems. Regularly shoot IDPA matches with Wolf ammo & have no issues. Excellent practice ammo for my use!"
– KC
3.0 5
"Good accuracy, no jams or misfires in my Ruger P90 after 500 rounds, but this ammo smokes severely and is FILTHY! Took me an extra hour to clean my pistol.This would be ok for outdoor shooting, but I strongly advise against indoor range use due to the excessive smoke. I suggest Winchester whitebox as a cheap alternative, the extra 3 bucks per box is worth not having the excessive smoke or spending an extra hour cleaning afterwards."
– P90 Guy
3.0 5
"I bought several spam cans of this stuff when it was on sale. It's been in the safe for probably 2 years.Fired about 400 rds thru my Sig GSR. Works fine, but indoors it is pretty smokey and sorta stinky. Outdoors no drama. Accuracy was on par with the price range. No malfunctionsWent to the outdoors range and fired up 600 rds thru the GSR, and my HK USP tactical. No real drama with the Sig (1911), but the HK with it's seemingly tighter chamber didn't like the varnish/paint that built up in the chamber. After a few failures to extract I cleaned out the chamber with a bore brush then it worked fine. I'll buy a bunch more just to have in the locker when friends want to come over and shoot."
– ReconRover
5.0 5
"some of the best ammo i have used. fired over 200 rouns and not once did my springfeild jam. the powder also burns cleaner then some of the other ammo i have used this makes cleaning easy. i also have very good grouping with this ammo. i am very happy with this product."
– catskill bob
4.0 5
"I have shoot hundreds of this ammo with my AK and .45, no problem at all.A little xtra elbow.... yes, but what is time when you are saving money?"
– lucho
5.0 5
"This is a great bullet and has a price to match. I have shot over 3 boxes through my brand new springfield xd 45mm. Not one jam, not one misfire, and also has pretty good accuracy and yes you can hit a pop can @ 25yrds. Took a few shots but you can. I will be purchasing a lot of this ammo in the future and recommending it to a lot of people as well."
– NM
1.0 5
"I bought wolf ammo in the past for my ak you have a couple of rounds that sounded weak but for the most part they worked good for targets.However I bought some for my 45 baby eagle and I had some rounds not go off and some rounds that just made it out of the barrel. I dont think its worth the risk for a hand gun but I would recomend them for rifles"
– Scott R.
2.0 5
"i fired about 300rnds through my brand new XD-45 and had a malfunction(failure to feed) about every other mag. also mad my weapon extreamly dirty and was extreamly smokey. was pretty accuate for the first 2 mags but after that it went from 1\"groups to 6\" groups that were always hitting low with the same sight picture. i also got reamed for even using this ammo in my weapon do to the steel case, laquer and overall dirtyness. given its really really cheap price id still use the last 3 boxes just for messing around but wont buy this ammo again for practice ammo."
– PFC Dustin
4.0 5
"I've been shooting Wolf ammo in my Springfield 1911 .45 for almost 3 years and in my Steyr 9mm for a little more than 2 years. Never had much problem. Only jammed when I didn't clean my weapon. I can't tell that it's any more dirty than anything else I've used. Also fire .223 Wolf in my Bushmaster M4, some problems with feeding but I believe those were mostly my fault. My brother and I have fired nothing but Wolf 7.62x39 ammo in his Russian SKS for over 12 years!!! NEVER have had any problems with it! Heck, I remember buying that stuff @ $1.75 for 20/box!! The good old days of cheap ammo and no worries..."
– Adam
1.0 5
"This ammo was so bad at the range today, I will likely toss the remaining boxes of the Russian .45 caliber garbage. I was having to clear my Charles Daly M-1911 constantly. If this is what the Soviet Army was using...we had nothing to fear! Good luck to you and your investment if you shoot this stuff. Spend the extra buck or two and get the brass. Even reloads have got to be better than this stuff."
– Captain
3.0 5
"May not be the top of the line ammo, but it has its advantages. I shoot IPSC frequently and go through 100 to 150 rounds at each match. This ammo has the advantage of being cheap enough that I don't have to reload for each match, and I also don't have to recover all my brass as it is non-reloadable. Two big advantages during match shooting."
– Shooter
3.0 5
"MY Charles Daily doesnt like lot of feed/ejction problems but my highpoint loves the stuff. highpoint went 4boxs no cleaning no james no feed/ extract problems. Charles Daily wouldnt even go full mag with out jam"
– uncled
4.0 5
"I have shot wolf 45 ACP 230 Ball in my Glock 21 and Springfield XD with very satisfying results. The pistols can easily and repeatedly hit a clay pigeon laying in the back stop at 60 yards within 1-3 shots from a bench depending on how well I'm shooting that day.My Colt hates the ammunition and it sprays down range. I did try it in my Les Bauer and it did not fare much better. In fact it hated it too.This ammunition works in plastic guns. It was cheap and very good for training. I like it and I will buy more of it. It is ball ammunition so I wouldn't use it for defense. However for me, it has predictable hit results. The expensive stuff is expensive so weigh it yourself and see if your pistol likes it."
– Hound Dawg
4.0 5
"(NOTE: The references to \"lower priced\" are of course based on the not-so-long-ago great prices of Wolf. Now, with war prices jacking up ammo prices everywhere, I can only say \"ouch!\" when thinking about those great low Wolf prices).Wolf ammunition is probably the best buy for large-volume practice ammo that I have found. I have been using Wolf since it became available here years ago, so that of course includes the laquered stuff that some folks seem to hate. In .45 ACP (two Glocks and a Kimber), and in 7.62x39, and .223, I never saw any of that lacquer \"buildup\" that some people complained about. Today, of course, that's not even controversial, since the ammo is now polymer-coated instead, yet you'll stil hear the strange complaints: One guy I met whined that \"Wolf ammo broke my Glock extractor.\" Well, ignoring for the moment how he knew it was the Wolf and not some other factor, I mentioned to him Wolf's absolute guarantee: If you don't like their ammunition, reurn what's left for a full refund. Wolf also warrants that they will repair any damage to any gun if the damage was caused by their ammunition. As much as I like and use premium stuff like Cor-Bon, Winchester, Black Hills, etc. I've never seen any of them offer that kind of guarantee. But if Wolf causes it, they'll fix it.Again, broken extractors were happening for a century before there was any such thing as Wolf ammo, so that's a \"blame game\" that individual gun owners will have to resolve within their own consciences and ethics. I once had a broken extractor, too, in a good-quality Glock pistol, but it wasn't caused by Wolf because Wolf wasn't for sale in the USA at that time. Gee; whom can I blame instead? And sue. It's the American way, to make something someone's fault.[Unfortunately, you have met these guys, too: They work at or hang out at gun stores, and they sneer at beginners, turning off the newcomers that we all need on our side. They pretend they popped out of mam"
– Tucson Tom
4.0 5
"I've put over 500 rounds through my Colt MK IV Series 70 with no misfires or misfeeds. While it's not as accurate off the rest as some ammo (my handloads, Remington 230 gr FMJ, etc.), it's plenty good offhand for me! It is a bit smokey, but I have noticed no buildup and have had no feeding problems. I DO clean my weapon after each range session! I would highly recommend the Wolf ammo for practice."
– WCFORD
5.0 5
"I have both a 1911 colt and a Firestorm 1911, and a llama mini-max 1911 and I have put 1000+ rounds thru them with no jams or misfires, and I shoot outdoors so the smoke is no real problem. I always clean my pistols after each session, which I might add to all the complainers of jams, is a little gun maintinace is a good practice. I have also shot some 850 rounds out of a case of wolf .223 without a hitch in the mini-14 in the last month. I have a LARGE bullet habit, and the wolf stuff keeps my habit going! The accuracy is fairly good with this stuff, and the price keeps my habit fed nicely."
– JeffieD.
3.0 5
"I went through 350 rounds out of a Glock 21 and had three failures to fire. The firing pin indentation on the primer looked normal but...no bang. It's no longer the value it once was so I'll stick to handloads."
– NorLanCoRes
2.0 5
"I have used several hundred rounds of Wolf 7.62 through my Yugo M59 SKS and have had no problems. BUT, with my Springfield Armory 1911, forget it. Although I never had a misfire I have had lots of jams, hang ups, you name it. No problems using US made ammo.My son in law used Wolf in his XD-45 and it jammed so bad that a gunsmith had to fix it. Again, no problems with US made ammo."
– Dan
5.0 5
"I have put well over 3000 rounds of Wolf 45 ACP thru my Glock and over 1000 rounds of 9 MM thru my Taurus PT 111 and over 1000 rounds of 7.62 39 thru my SKS and everybody is HAPPY!!!! Not ONE misfire or low load. I don't use Wolf in competition or in my personal carry, but it serves it's purpose with flying colors as a practice load. What do all you deep pocket elitist A-Holes expect from a low cost practice /utility load? If you can shoot more, you can shoot better. Shut-up and shoot better!!!"
– Cheezboy
4.0 5
"I have shot probably 1000 plus rounds of this stuff through my Kimber 1911 Gold Match. Of the 1000 plus rounds I have probably had 3 total jams. All 3 of those were feed problems? I think the case is aluminum and it dents easy. So when the round is loaded by hand or fed through the Mag its gets misshaped and doesnt feed right. I dont get jams with brass case ammo so who knows for sure? Its great practice ammo for the price. Like everyone else says Its dirty but I also clean after every shoot so I dont have a problem."
– Topshelf
4.0 5
"I have both a Les Baer Premier II and H&K USP Xpert in .45ACP. I shoot at a local club during IDPA shoots with either pistol. I have used both Winchester 230gr. FMJ and Wolf 230gr. FMJ and found both very agreeable. I started using the wolf ammo when the prices were lower but I continue to use it now as it is comparable to other ammo prices. I have never had a feed problem, an ejection problem or any other issue using this ammo. I have seen other shooters turn their noses up at the Wolf Ammo preferring some other brand or their own handloads, however, I have neither the time nor the inclination to handload my own rounds so that I can make the bare minimum power range to make the weapon function reliably. Both of my handguns place the bullets right where my sights sit when I squeeze the trigger correctly. I have never had a problem loading my magazines nor have I had any ammo feeding problems. My defense magazines are loaded with \"expensive\" JHP but are all topped off with one round of Wolf 230gr. Ball ammo FMJ. I wouldn't have a problem recommending this ammo to any shooter who doesn't handload his/her own ammo."
– John
5.0 5
"it is awesome in my llama 1911 and sks ide use it any day but winchester gave me terrible jamming"
– that guy
3.0 5
"Fired 100 rounds Through my Sig P220, cycled fine a no missfires but wouldn't load in the magazine easily And were super dirty. Wolf rifle rounds are great but i think i might get a different brand for my hand guns."
– Walker
4.0 5
"Use this in my springfield xd tactical .45, and I was not displeased! It shot straighter than expected and use it stunk, but it was not as dirty as i expected. It did not have as big of a kick as i expected, so overall i was pleased. Ill buy more real soon."
– Jerald
5.0 5
"For the price Wolf ammo can't be beat. It is a good round for the price. And when you shoot a 1000 rounds or more of any brand you are going to run into a bad round every now and then or residue build up slowing the slide down a bit. If you want a better round, hand load or spend more money. I have had just as many problems with Win. or Rem."
– mega shooter
5.0 5
"I've fired over 1000 rds of .45 ammo through my SA 1911, my Kimber Pro-Carry II and my Glock 21. I've never had a jam and only had a feed problem because of a cheap, crappy 1911 magazine. This is accurate and dependable ammo. To the guy that wrote that his Charles Daly .45 kept jamming, I say, \"Clean your weapon after every firing and get a good 1911 magazine and you won't have that problem.\" I've fired 300 rds of the .40 through my Glock 22 & 23 and have NEVER had a jam, misfeed or a stovepipe."
– Drew
4.0 5
"Bought a few boxes of this ammo along with other expensive brands including; Hornady, Winchester, Federal, also some UMC. Yeah, the Wolf ammo is as others have notice a little \"dirty\", you will notice some more fouling. But hey, you should be cleaning your pistol at end of day after use. For the price, can't be beat. I recommend."
– XD45ACP Shooter
4.0 5
"I have used lots of different ammunitions in my \"job\" and for fun at the range,this wolf ammo is maybe the best thing that the russians have done since vodka! My dpms ar hates everything but this stuff, as well as my 1911, JUST MAKE SURE YOU DO KEEP YOUR WEAPONS CLEAN!!!! Keep in mind that it is cheap ammo,thus to keep prices down they have to skimp on quality some where, hense the fouling. I do recommend that everyone tries this ammo, just think with the money you save you can buy more gunsHOOAH!!!"
– the round you never hear
4.0 5
"I've put 250 rounds through my Taurus PT 145 and only had one jam and one dud. After using this ammo it will take you a little longer to clean your gun. A lot of people here have been saying that while using this ammo indoors it smelled bad and had a lot of smoke. I didn't have any of those problems. Wolf is a good and economical round...I'll buy more."
– Ryan
2.0 5
"Generally have had good luck with Wolf rifle ammo. Both of my 1911s don't like it though. Lots of ejection issues (about every 4 rounds). Have tried multiple magazines including the factory Colt mags. Sounds like it's about 50/50 on weather your gun is going to like the stuff. Eventually I'll find someone that has a gun that is hungry enough to shoot it."
– 48rocks
1.0 5
"Not the worst ammo I've ever shot, but definitely not good either, at least, not for that price.I'll stick with the winchester 100 round value packs at walmart, or buy in bulk, or make my own."
– Chuck
1.0 5
"This ammo does not feed into Sig 220 mags. I think it is the steel casing. I can't load more than 2-3 rounds without lots of resistance. I even tried oiling each round. Still won't work. It would probably work if the mags were non-metallic/plastic. Will only buy ammo with non-steel cases for my Sig 220."
– Nick
2.0 5
"Just got off of the phone with CTD customer service. Initially had some trouble, but they ended up fixing the problem. I am very satisfied with how it turned out. If you have a Sig 220 dont buy these particular rounds they don't load into the magazines. Use something with a brass casing."
– Nick
5.0 5
"Can't comlain about wolf, 9mm and .45acp is fine. My XD 45 and Px4 love this stuff. No failures of any kind."
– Ray Ray
4.0 5
"I've shot thousands of rounds through my G-21 and G-36 with no problems but my 1911 doesn't like the stuff and will jam occasionally. It runs great through my Stemple sub gun which does not like any civilian ammo I've tried to feed it. It gobbles the Russian stuff right up without a hitch. A little dirtier then some but thats a small concern."
– Mike
1.0 5
"I purchased 160 rds of Wolf's 55g .223 for my AR. Not one consecutive feed. The Ammo was terrible. I bought it becaude it was $6.99 a box rather than purchasing Americal Eagle for a few bucks more. Bad decision. I never had one problem with my rifle malfunctioning until I attempted to use this crap. I will never purchase the ammo again. I fired ten rounds and threw the rest out."
– Gman
5.0 5
"I have used this ammo in my XD45 4inch. Besides the rumors of it being \"dirty\" I have not had a problem with it feeding and firing. Every type of ammo I have shot(Win, Hornady,PMC,Remington etc) with the exceptions being Corbon and Magtech have never jammed or failed to fire. The dirty issue is not a problem because when it comes to cleaning my babies i am a clean aholic. I use to get this stuff for around 10 bucks a pop so you can't beat that."
– Maze1914
5.0 5
"I purchased 500 rounds of this stuff for my Ruger P90 and have gone through about 300 rounds so far and I have yet to have a jam or miss fire or feed problem of any kind, magazine or chamber."
– Bill J
5.0 5
"I fire Wolf through my .223 Bushmaster and .45 acp through my G36 and Auto Ordinance. NO problems. No misfires, no low pressure loads, very few jams (none in the Glock). These are practice rounds I use to keep sharp. And anyway, whats wrong with practicing clearing a jam or misfire? It could happen with the expensive stuff. Be prepared, Murphy's law and so on. This is good stuff for a great price. I've had weapons that like certain ammo and hate others. If your Sig or Charles Daily doesn't like the stuff, don't use it it that weapon. Use it in something else. The ammo is good."
– scrounger
3.0 5
"Well I've shot well over 100 rounds through my M&P .45 and had not one misfire. This ammo is actually pretty accurate, too."
– ICEMAN
1.0 5
"Watch out gents I ordered this ammo three days ago and it was on track to be delivered today. Fedex tryed to pull an fast one on me I called em at 1454 and the computer said my package was not delivered because no one answer the door the computer said the driver tryed to deliver at 1453 so i called the old lady at 1455 she didnt have my gear B. S. fedex didnt even get to my house until 1523 the old lady was home and sitting in the living room and didnt hear not a knock. USMCGODSOFWAR"
– Sgt Of Marines
5.0 5
"Carrying Gov 45 24/7 for 28 years.Send me all the Wolf \"junk\" you don't want.I've been shooting Wolf for plinking since back when it was $6 box. Accuracy is on par with other 230 ball ammo. I can do pop cans at 25 yards. Never a problem in my Gov 45s (ported and polished and using Shooting Star magazines). It is dirty, but who cares?Here's the point. PRACTICE. Shoot OFTEN. Not necessarily a lot.Keep yourself up to date on the recoil and manual of arms of the 45. Don't startle yourself when you pull the trigger and the flash and recoil makes you flinch. Carry your favorite bullet in the real world. This ain't the movies."
– Ray
5.0 5
"I have been shooting this ammo for 3 years. I have fired over 2K rounds through my HKUSP45 without a jam. I recommended this ammo to a friend and it jammed every 10 rounds or so. He was shooting his Kimber Ultra Carry II. I will not lie, the ammo quality is less than great but is the cheapest for plinking.I guess it depends on what you are shooting with. Test it with your gun and see."
– HK USP
4.0 5
"I used this ammo in my NIB SA XD 45 5\" Tactical. I had no missfires or jams and it was fairly accurate. It is however, very dirty. Lots of smoke and muzzleflash and alot of fouling. You can't beat the price/shot though. You can't beat this ammo for plinking but I'd recommend better ammo for field/defense use."
– Scott
5.0 5
"I don't know what kind of junk mags nick is using. I have been pumping this ammo through both of my sig 220's for years. Never had a problem loading it in a mag. Had a few not chamber on the first round,but that was thru cheap mags,and even then only a few rounds out of literally thousands. Its great stuff for what it is,cheap practice ammo. Buy good guns, feed them with good mags,know how to use them, then clean them. Sigs are the salt of the earth in my mind and i have never had a problem with mine with any ammo. Just a cheap mags. A gun is only as good as what feeds it."
– acemedic
1.0 5
"Wolf ammo is the worst ammo i have ever used, Very Dirty and lots of jam's, stove pipe's, etc. Even found one about 5 feet in front of the barrel (Maybe no powder) one would think ! Also there is a lot of companies that sell better, cleaner, and cheaper ammo... I am new too this shooting game, it's only been going on for the last 56 years. Only wish The Good old USA company's would keep there prices down, So we all could stick to buying American good's..."
– Socom
4.0 5
"I've used this ammo in both my ruger p90 7 & 10 rd clips & my 1911 A1 without a problem. It is a little bit dirty but well worth the price."
– Allen
5.0 5
"My new FNP 45 gobbled up 500 rounds without a hitch. No misfires, no jams, no nothing. Only lead flying down range. It's a little dirty, but so what? That's why God gave us cleaning kits. GREAT practice ammo, and I suppose it could put a bad guy out of commission pretty fast, too. Overall, excellent performance and I will buy again."
– hogthumper
4.0 5
"I recently purchased 250 rounds of 230 gr. for my Smith & Wesson M&P.45. not one problem at all. It shot way cleaner than WWB to my surprise. I let a fellow shooter run another 300 rounds through with more wolf not a hitch. Good practice ammo."
– MP 45 Shooter
4.0 5
"I have shot a lot of Wolf 45 with no problems whatsoever in any of my 45 Govt guns. It smokey and smelly, but cheap. I do have polished chambers and throats on all guns and shoot Shooting Star magazines exclusively, but do have a few odds and ends.We noticed that the rounds didn't seem loud enough, so we choreographed them for fun to see how light loaded they were. Surprise they checked at 830. My reloader friend says it is just the type of powder they use. Some powders pops louder than others just like some are more smokey than others. Mine have been consistently good. I see no problems with Wolf. If you hate yours, send them to me."
– Ray
5.0 5
"I bought a 100 rounds of this ammo and my Glock 21 ate it up. I'm sure for the guys that had problems with it just had dirty guns, not to mention it was very clean. Very accurate and cheap. I'll be buying more!"
– STEVE
5.0 5
"I purchased 1000 rounds of this ammo and to my surprise i fed 300 rounds threw my smith & wesson 45 M&P and not one Jam or feed problem and they all fired in a reasonable group so i have to say its worth buying, some people say its dirty but i cleaned my gun like always after going to the range and i don't think it was any worse than some of the more expensive ammo iv purchased in the past.After 300 rounds it only needed a light cleaning, so try it for your self i think you will be satisfied with it.......:)"
– MASTERMIND
2.0 5
"I tried 50 rounds in my RIA 1911A1 I had 15 or so FTF and my gun looked like it shot thousands of rounds and had never been cleaned. I couldn't believe all the build up from just 50 rounds I doubt I will buy this ammo again."
– Jake
5.0 5
"i have been using wolf for a range round for nearly 8 years in both .45 and 9mm and have never had a failure. they are accurate, cheap and powerful enough that i use the 230 grain .45 fmj for my carry round as well."
– jc1911
5.0 5
"Me, My dad, and my brother went out target shooting the other day, My dad shot some wolf 45 out his HK USP compact. it worked great. then my brother shot some wolf 45 out of his Ruger P345. again it worked great. then I shot some wolf 9mm out of my Ruger P95 once more again it worked great. if you wannt a reliable and dependable bullet go with Wolfs. so far in my book it has worked 3 out of 3 that not to bad, not at all. Over all i would say great buy"
– Big Dave
4.0 5
"A while back I bought a few boxes of these Wolf's and a few boxes of Blazer's to see if I was doing the right thing spending my money on the WWB's at the range. Well the Wolf's aluminum casings fed and ejected just fine in my Springfield XD Tactical and XD compact alike! (My advice to anyone who has had trouble with these or the Blazer's feeding/ejecting: Clean your gun after every \"shoot\" or buy a reliable sidearm next time!) *Some of the guns listed on these threads I wouldn't even bother \"throwing\" at a criminal!* I never had any problems with misfires either.. They were however an extremly dirty round to shoot! The range filled with smoke around me after every 13rds and the front of my stainless slide turned black after the first box of 5o. If you don't mind scrubbing your gun afterwards and like to shoot outdoors then they are a decent \"Range Round\""
– XDMAN4LIFE
5.0 5
"I love this ammo! It's cheap, it's accurate, and it's EXTREMELY reliable! I've put about 2000 rounds out between my xd .45 and my thompson with no problems. It does tend to be a little dirty, but if you can't clean a gun, you shouldn't own one. I've come to prefer this over my usual pricey ammo."
– Kevin
3.0 5
"I have put about 200 rnds down range with a Kimber 45 and have had no problems also not really that dirty, however I would rather pay a few more dollars for good ammo. I found the ammo to be accurate enough for practice but it may have been the Kimber (best handgun in the world) It sounds like it's hit or miss (no pun intended) with this ammo, taking a chance that the factory workers didnt have a vodka hangover when they loaded your ammo."
– failure drill
4.0 5
"This is very good ammo. Most bad reviews are likely to be because of operator error. I have fired 1,000s through my Mac smg and Colt 1911s. If you get stove pipe's, Stop Limp Wristing, If you get FTF's, Clean Your Gun. Shoot some Gun Scrubber in and around the fireing pin once in a while and you should have no problem."
– Uncle C
2.0 5
"I hate to splurge on practice ammunition, but I will never buy this junk again. I don't know what they put in their powder, but after twenty rounds my 1911 looked like it had been stored in a chimney over winter. Not only that, but I had at least eight failure to feeds in one box, and at least that many flyers. It may be cheap, but it's not worth it. I've got the second box sitting in closet. Maybe one day I'll give it to someone who likes to spend as much time cleaning as shooting."
– Jerry Flynn
5.0 5
"i've never had any of the problems mentioned by most of you. this stuff works great in my SKS, Colt AR15, Walther P.38, & Colt 1911 Government 45 compared to most top brand ammo. it's very accurate & great for the price. it is a little dirty but that's just the powder used & it hasn't affected me so far going thru about 100-300 rounds per gun. maybe certain guns are just picky with the ammo or alot of you aren't cleaning your guns well enough. i completely tear down & clean all my guns after a day at the range."
– Dave
4.0 5
"This is great practice ammo. I have used this in full auto H&K MP5's, my 1911, AK47 and it has worked everytime. For the price, you cant really beat it. If you want super clean, ubber ammo, you have to PAY for it. This stuff is for going through lots of ammo in one training day, competition and plinking. Yeah, things get a little dirtier with this....so I scrub harder when I clean. The only problem I have now is that where I moved to none of the indoor ranges allow you to shoot steel cased ammo."
– The Dude
3.0 5
"I just put 100 rounds of this stuff through my brand new CZ 97B at the range. I was comparing it to the equivalent from Sellier & Bellot and Blazer (which were slightly more expensive) to find what I like. This stuff was a little smokey and got the gun filthy, there wasn't much flash though. It felt pretty good in the gun and it seems like you get what you pay for."
– Shawn
4.0 5
"I have fired several hundred rounds of this stuff through my Glock Model 21 and it works great, of course, you can shoot broken glass and rocks through a Glock and they work fine but I think I can remember 1 FTF in all that time. Kinda dirty, but you should clean your weapon after every session anyway, so where's the harm. Completely adequate as target ammo and I've even used it on PSA shoots."
– Mac
1.0 5
"I own a Marlin .45cal Camp Gun. This is a semi-auto carbine. A friend had several boxes of Wolf ammo to shoot up. I loaded up two clips. After firing a full clip and not noticing any hits on the target I popped in a clip of my regular ammo (Winchester) and proceeded to blow up my barrel. What had happened was the Wolf ammo was so underpowered that the rounds never left the barrel and about ten rounds had jammed up the bore. When I fired one of my regular rounds it blew the barrel.I will never ever buy Wolf ammo for any reason. Stick the the slightly more expensive stuff.BTW - I sent the rifle back to Marlin for repair. It was out of warranty but they replaced the barrel and furniture (the stock was split in two places too) and sent it back. The repair price was only $75 and included the shipping. Kudo's to Marlin!!!!"
– SecretAgentMan
4.0 5
"My boys & I have shot alot of .45's over the past few years. We use 1911's for most of it & are very happy with the Wolf ammo. No ftf's & no jams. As expected it does burn alittle dirty, but that's the price you pay for the price you pay. Besides you have to clean the guns anyway. All in all we have no complaints & will continue using it. Kudo's Wolf!!!!"
– John D
4.0 5
"I have fired hundreds on rounds of Wolf .45 through my Glock and hundreds of rounds of 7.62 through my SKS with no problems. Not quite as accurate as some higher price ammo, but quite adequate for the range. I wouldn't recommend the 5.56 as most AR15s are pretty picky and need cleaner ammo, but for any other guns it is fine. Well worth it and I have also never had any problem with ammo deliveries."
– wolf man
3.0 5
"Ive never had a probem with sks wolf ammo but the 45 is very inaccurate. And out of 1 box 2 misfires I have never had this happen before but it makes think again about buying wolf."
– jhh g30
5.0 5
"I have several 1911's from Colt and Springfield and have many Wolf rounds through them without a hitch. I have cases of Wolf ammo stored and it is great ammo. I even use it in my 5.56 rifles and have never had a single issue as of yet."
– Moose
4.0 5
"i have 2 Colt 1911's made 1927 & 1932. i first bought this stuff way back, when this ammo realy was cheaper than dirt. Both Colts love this ammo. i have put 6000+ through both. have had a few stove pipes do to a bad magazine same with other brands as well, misfires i do not ever recall having any. my buddies and i went out a few weakends ago one had federal for his 1911 and had more problems tha i can say i ever saw, was it operater malfunction,ammo ,or mabey defect in pistol? who knows.. i shoot indoors and out never not been able to see target do to being smokey. this ammo does just what it is made for. as for people that say it makes a hard job of cleaning your weapon maybe if you did more than a wipe down it would be clean. i just got 2000 in .308 for my fn-fal have not used it yet but i do not think it will be a let down."
– filman
1.0 5
"A friend gave me a box of Wolf .45 auto. Fired 24 rounds from my P 90. 2 miss fires and 1 jam. Had to clean my Ruger after. FILTHY! Don't waste your time or money!"
– Ken
5.0 5
"I have ran it through my 1911A1 clone and FA MAC-10 with no problems at all. For plinking around this good, reliable and cheap ammo."
– blah
5.0 5
"Was concerned about firing the steel case .45 in my Colt Series 80 but once I tried it I was very pleased. Good ammo for practiceand no misfires. I like the price and will use this often. Accuracy was good."
– Russell
4.0 5
"I have run several hundred rounds through my Springfield Armory XD 45 without a failure of any kind. Best of all, after 200 rnds, cleaning my weapon is a breeze. This is excellent practice and plinking ammo."
– Vic
3.0 5
"Even though it's dirty I haven't had and problems shooting Wolf with my Ruger45, AK74, Springfield XD45 but definatley don't buy it for your AR15. After shooting 50 rounds the hot steel casing jams my AR after every shot."
– NOBAMA
4.0 5
"First, I would like to say that I would have given it 5 bullets but because its dirty, I only give it 4. Other that that the stuff fires with no problems out of my Springfield 1911. Second, to Secretagentman, if you can't tell that the difference between between a \"BANG\" and a \"POP\" when your gun fires, then you are an idiot! The fact that you never heard a bang from the bullet and gases leaving the barrel should have been your first clue. As for Wolf ammo being at fault, well yes you may have gotten a bad batch that was under powered but you should have been able to tell something was wrong. Good thing you dont have the gun anymore because you are not smart enought to be shooting."
– Eddie R.
5.0 5
"Good target ammo at great prices. I've put about 1,000 rounds so far through a new Glock 36 with absolutely NO problems. Not so bad a price too, since I do not reload."
– Rob
4.0 5
"This ammo works just great in my colt 1911 officers model,no dirtier than any other brand."
– papabigtruck
4.0 5
"Decent ammo for the price. Haven't had anny issues in my 1911 at all. Definitely dirtier than Winchester White Box, but it cycles fine and I can't complain."
– Mike M
1.0 5
"I gave it a try and to keep this short, Son-in-law took My tompson up to our back yard range, after 6 rounds fired, he was back and Tommy was D.O.A. Compensator and Barrel DISTROYED. I for one will never use any WOLF ammo again, in any Cal. By the way Tommy had a short life, he has only been fired 200 round of Winchester befor this.."
– Socom
4.0 5
"I am a collector & frequent shooter of some 75 + guns of varying calibers. I have used Wolf for those that are available ( 45,7.62X39,9mm,7.62X25,30carbine,223 & several others firing literally thousands of rounds. My only complaint is that it has been hard to find recently. The price & reliability are commendable, I use a lot of surplus ammo for my military guns & so am used to cleaning after use,maybe thats why I never noticed the \"dirty\" problems most complain about. As for duds,etc. - no more than others-can't relate to these horror stories in the reviews."
– johnny 5
4.0 5
".45 acp at a great value. Shot my first 50 rds this morning. Had No problems in my 1911 Kimber CDP II. At 30' off hand had first 20 rds in a 2x3\" group, rest of box shot double tap and rapid fire. No problems with feeding etc. As far as dirty, I did not notice any difference between Wolf and any of the other brands of 230 gr. fmj. I would buy again"
– gmv
5.0 5
"I have only fired 1000 rounds of Wolf in my 1911; however, I have had no problems with this ammunition. It is no dirtier than any other ammunition that I have fired. Until the recent problems getting any .45 ACP at all and the price increase, it was very economical, also."
– Dean
4.0 5
"Shot 500 rounds of this through my S&W 457 and my wife's Ruger with no issues."
– AzCrazy1
1.0 5
"Unfortunately purchased a case of this Russian made garbage to feed my Para P-45. Numerous FTF and ejection problems. Offered to trade remainder (6 boxes) to the range I frequent for one box of decent ammo and nearly got laughed out of the joint. I can't give this stuff away! Will never purchase ANY Wolf products in the future!"
– Bill H.
5.0 5
"Bought a 500 round pack at a great price, but as always, read the reviews after the fact. That worried me. Im shooting a Taurus PT-145 with a 3.25\" barrel, and I just shot 20 for 20! no stovepipes, no jams, and At 15yrds on a law enforcement qualifying target my shots were all in the vitals. I even made a three shot rapid fire burst and got a 1\" group!!! I've only shot about 120 rounds out of the little gun since getting it. the first 100 were remington fmj. And honestly, I had a hard time staying on target with that ammo, maybe the gun needed breaking in, donno. But if you say this ammo is crap and you can't return it, send it to me! I'll even pay the shipping!"
– MR .45
4.0 5
"I had just ran about 200 rounds of this through my new H&K 45 while I was home on leave. YES, it is dirtier ammo but it does work just fine. I would even rely on it for defense purposes. I have also fired numerous rounds of Wolf through my friend's XD and it performed without incident. It is a dirty round though, leaves a lil' more carbon but who cares? I clean my weapons thoroughly even if I fire one round."
– Mike F
3.0 5
"Accurate plinking ammo through a USP .45, yet two minor drawbacks: very dirty fouling (as in black powder-like soot) & IT STINKS. The soft steel casings are a non-issue. I've even had luck reloading target loads with them (NOT RECOMMENDED/don't do it/I know what I'm doing). Overall it is decent stuff, but no longer a good value. Stick with Fiocchi or UMC as they are a much better bargain and provide great brass to boot."
– nobody nowhere
3.0 5
"Fired off 1000 rounds through a Glock 23, one misfire a bad primer!Other than that and a slightly off smell I found them to be fine!I did not find them at all \"sooty\" or dirty as years back.One or two patches and normal residue for 1000 rounds.I would prefer to buy American made"
– Gordy
5.0 5
"Proforms great in a xd45 no problems, alright accuracy to about 11yrds."
– xd45
4.0 5
"I just shot 200rds on my FNP-45 no problems at all. Yes it's dirty, yes it stinks, but who cares? Clean your gun afterwards and you'll be set. Great practice/plinking ammo."
– Ismael
4.0 5
"I only have fired 56 rounds through my Rock Island 1911 G.I. so far but every one of them did their job. They went bang and shot out the business end. What more could you ask for?"
– C.B. ace
5.0 5
"I've shot about 500 rounds of this stuff through my 1911. It's great practice ammo. If I'm doing my part on the technique, I'll get headshots on a man sized target at 20 meters deep. This ammo is dirty. However, whiners need to stop and just clean their small arms. What did you expect from cheap ammo? Did you expect 24k gold confetti to shoot out the barrell? lol's Anyway, This is good cheap ammo, if you have one of those civilian legal Tommy Guns', the Kahr website says not to shoot Wolf ammo because of the squib problem. So if it's not a Tommy Gun, and you want to shoot with this ammo, go for it. Happy shooting and your small arm isn't gonna get any cleaner while you whine about how dirty this ammo is. So start scrubbing! lol's"
– Boom
1.0 5
"Just like all of the other Wolf ammo this stuff is dirty, cheap & not very accurate. There are only 2 types of ammo that make my Para Ord jam & this is one of them. Hardly worth the few dollars you save by buying it."
– Panzerman
1.0 5
"It is not worth buying this ammo. There's a lot of factory defects. I had three deformed bullets and one misfire out of same box. The rest was fairly accurate, but the quality was bad. I paid for 50 and 4 were damaged. Plus, it had alot of jams. This is the first ammo to jam in my Glock 21. I think its to do with the steel casings. I won't buy this ammo again!"
– knightviper