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Ammo 9mm Wolf Performance FMJ 115 Grain 50 Round Box Berdan Primed Steel Case Tula Cartridge Works in Russia

 
Wolf
919FMJ
645611919213
AMM-420
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50 Round box of 9mm Wolf, FMJ, 115 Grain. This is high-quality, Wolf performance 9mm ammunition from the Tula Cartridge Works in Russia.This ammo is steel case, berdan primed, Bimetal jacket (copper over steel) FMJ, non-corrosive, and non-reloadable. Caliber: 9mm Luger. Bullet type, copper FMJ (full metal jacket). Bullet weight 115 grains, muzzle velocity 1100 fps.

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Total number of Reviews: 41

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4.0 5
"this is the first ammo I shot through my taurus pt92. it is accurate, never misfires, hasn't jammed on me yet, and I shot 4 rounds within the center of a 8 inch paper plate at 100 yards with a 5 inch barrel, which was astonishing to me"
5.0 5
"100 rounds of 9mm and 200 rounds of .45 acp and no hiccups. Thanks CTD, no complaints here!"
1.0 5
"I thought i would buy a case of this ammunition because it was cheap and i had heard good things about it. I have shot about a 150 rounds of the 1000 that i ordered and have had 1 dud, and one misfire. The misfire seemed to only fire the primer, or didnt have enough powder to project the bullet out of the gun. The bullet became lodged in the barrel. If the bullet had lodged in the barrel further down, it would have been possible for me to chamber another bullet and fire it,and the gun would have exploded. I would suggest spending a few more dollars and buy better quality bullets. This ammunition could have caused me to lose an eye or possibly a hand."
4.0 5
"I just recently bought a Glock 17 along with three cases of this stuff. My glock hasn't jammed once....but maybe cause it's a glock :-) Also this ammo is very accurate for me at the range. I love the price, and I've never had any issues when using it with my glock. However, my beretta PX4 that I just traded in would jam on this stuff here and there but it would jam when I would use more expensive ammo also, so I can't say that Wolf ammo was the cause. But my glock will shoot this all day! So if you own a glock, get this ammo! :-)"
4.0 5
"I've put about 2500 rounds of this ammo through my Beretta 92FS and have only experienced 1 or 2 misfired rounds. No jams. The 92 just seems to eat these up just fine. Compared to other brands of 9mm ammunition currently available, the 115 gr FMJ Wolf rounds are by far the most economical that I have found. If there is one drawback, I would say that it's just a bit dirty, but that may just be because of the number of rounds shot during a given session at the range. Nothing that doesn't get cleaned out after a full day of shooting anyway, and still cleaner than using bare lead any day. Overall, I'll continue to use this ammo and recommend it to friends also."
2.0 5
"First: I admit that my experience with Wolf has been a few years ago - about 3 or 4. But - when I did shoot it, it was very dirty. My Glock fed & fired it all, but it didn't seem worth the mess to shoot it. Spend a bit more and get a cleaner shooting round!"
2.0 5
"I had to quit using this ammo because it was dirty and some of the rounds burned slow. By this I mean large sparks flew out of my gun and the round went off with a low thud rather than a bang. I will spend a little extra for better ammo. By the way I shot this through 3 hand guns and it fired the same. This might work if you don't care how dirty your guns get but me I like to keep my weapons shooting at their best performance."
5.0 5
"This is the best of all ammo, and it has worked flawlessly in my 92FS. I've shot more than 7000 rds, and never had one jam or misfire. It is a little dirtier but not too bad. I clean my guns regularly so there has been no problem. I use this ammo for target and for carry as well. There is only one draw back as I see it. The cases are not reloadable. But, it's so cheap I just buy more and more. It used to only cost 4.99 a box. That's how long I've been shooting it! Buy and shoot it with confidence!!!"
4.0 5
"This ammo seems to shoot well in some guns and not so well in others. I have shot a lot of this stuff out of a lot of different handguns, from Para-Ordnance , Glock, Taurus, Smith&Wesson and Sig. In 45cal and 9mm. It seems that all the Glocks and Taurus PT92s don't have an issue with firing this ammo. My Para-Ord. on the other hand is a waist of time even trying to get it to function. I won't ever try to modify or tune a gun to shoot this type of ammo and don't recommend it. If you have a nice gun that serves you well, use better ammo, but if you have a second choice gun that will shoot this ammo, go for it. A little dirty but if you don't clean your gun when your done, don't complain. You get what you pay for now days!"
4.0 5
"I SHOOT A 9MM CZ75 I FIRE AROUND 1000 TO 1200 ROUNDS ON A SATURDAY.I LIKE THE ROUNDS DUE TO THE COST. THEY ARE NOT GOOD LOOKING. THEY ARE DIRTY BUT FOR THE CASH YOU CAN NOT GO WRONG. MY CZ75 IS MY MAIN CARRY. I HAVE IT ON ME WHEN I BOUNTY HUNT SO I TRUST IT WITH MY LIFE. WHAT CAN I SAY THE RUSSIANS MAKE A GREAT AMMO. MY RUGGER DOES NOT LIKE THESES ROUNDS AT ALL. IT FIRES THE FIRST AND JAMS AFTER THAT. BUT I STILL LOVE THESE ROUNDS TO PRACTICE WITH."
1.0 5
"While your weapon's exacting specifications (or lack thereof) will invariably mean some rounds work better than others in it, most jams are the result of the weapon and it's condition - NOT THE AMMO. You should rate the ammo on it's accuracy (tightness of shot pattern) in a fixed position (vise) in comparison to others AND it's consistency / reliability. This ammunition is very poor for accuracy. I can fire it through 4 different high-end pistols from a fixed pistol vise and I'll get the worse results possible - and imaginable. Equally bad is it's reliability. I get a dud round about every 30 rounds and when I remove the round it's very clear the firing pin made a big indent on the cap - which again says this is just CHEAP stuff. Even when used for practice where your life doesn't depend on it, it gets old real quick. Spend the extra buck and get something that actually helps improve your shot."
4.0 5
"Have fired about 200 rounds with a Glock 26. No problems with feeding this ammo. It does leave the gun a bit dirtier but if you clean after shooting, as you always should, you won't have any problems. Would not use for self defense but great for practice and you can't beat the price."
4.0 5
"I've use the Wolf 9mm for a while and it's decent for the range - $10/box, accurate with tight groupings, etc. The polymer casing kind of drags when loading. I've used it with my Ruger p89, HK USP Compact, and Walther P99."
5.0 5
"Great ammo! Have ran 500 of these rounds through my Taurus and will keep using it."
2.0 5
"I comparison fired several brands for both practice and field use. I found the Wolf 9mm to be the dirtiest ammunition of over a dozen brands. The rounds were dirty with manufacturing residue out of the box and fouled both barrel and magazine.There were several misfires (about 5%) and target groups had greater varience up to 2\". Although price competitive, I cannot recommend this product. CTD has plentiful alternative choices which are superior in quality."
4.0 5
"i usually shoot WWB 9mm ammo. i tried out the wolf 9mm. it saved me $3 per 100 rounds and shot well."
3.0 5
"This ammo is great ammo, but when i say that i mean when you pull the trigger it goes boom! This ammo is good for just plinking and target practice! Pretty much it performed as i expected, just as any other fmj round would. The only thing i really dont like is that it is kind of a dirty round so i would run you a bore snake through your gun after ever hundred round or so! O.... and its not the most accurate ammo in the world but, its okay for the price, you can't beat it!"
2.0 5
"I HAVE READ THE REVIEWS.THE ONE CONSTANT SEEMS TO BE DIRTY AMMO.I FOUND THIS TRUE ALSO.I HAVE A PO8 LUGER (1943)NAZI PROOFED ALL MATCHING NUMBERS,FINISH ABOUT 90% A REAL BEAUTY.I FIRED ABOUT 10 ROUNDS AND THE PISTOL JAMMED. I HAD TO TAKE IT TO A GUNSMITH TO GET THE ROUND OUT OF THE CHAMBER.HE SAID NEVER FIRE THIS KIND OF AMMO IN A PRECISION MADE PISTOL LIKE MY LUGER.I CHANGED TO S&B OR WINCHESTER WORKS FINE"
5.0 5
"I don't get why all of you are whining about this ammo being so dirty. I pounded 1000 rounds out of a Glock 19 at a bunch of photos of Al Sharpton and Janet Reno. I mean pounded, loaded 10, 17 round mags, and 3, 32 round mags, fired 500 rounds one day and then another 500 rounds the next, without cleaning the pistol.Very Accurate, cycled excellent, even out of the 32 round counter ambush mags, rapid fire, never jammed, never misfired. Afterwards, upon disassembly, inspection and cleaning of the weapon, it was the same or cleaner, as winchester or that whop ammunition.I suggest stocking up on several thousand rounds, get a Glock or 3.Get Some."
5.0 5
"I have fired over 3 thousand rounds of Wolf ammo through my Springfield XD and have never had a jam or a misfire. This is great ammo for target shooting.The only issue with Wolf ammo is that the steel does not expand like brass does so you get more carbon in the bore. For the money it is well worth spending a little extra time cleaning the bore. Also, you would not want to shoot Wolf ammo then switch to brass ammo without cleaning the bore."
4.0 5
"I shoot this in my CZ75, as well as Wolf 7.62 in my AK and 5.56 in my Olympic AR, without a problem. Decent groupings for my purposes... I plan on using it in my newest addition, a KelTec Sub 2000. I would recommend at least trying it in your weapons. As always, ymmv."
5.0 5
"I shoot Remington ammo out of my 7mm mag but other than that Wolf brand is all I shoot and I like it all. Never had a misfire, squib load, or any unusual gunk build up. For the price it will stop a bad guy just as good as any standard ammo's."
5.0 5
"I love these Wolf 9mm rounds, Ive never had a misfire, or any serious jams, except for the ocassional chimney jam (I am lead to believe it is my Beretta 92FS, which has had over 5000+ rounds through it and all its original parts because it happens with Winchester and Remmington rounds also, I can get a pretty good grouping without the gun being mounted, overall I would use these rounds in my service piece, which is my Beretta, except for the fact the I use Hollow Point +Ps. -Bob"
5.0 5
"Good ammo. As many others have mentioned, it's a little on the smelly side. I tried this because I can no longer find Winchester \"white box.\" Functions fine in a mismatch WW2 P.38. By the way \"Frank\" (below) your 1943 Nazi Luger is very rare seing how they quit making them in 1942."
2.0 5
"I have fired about 400 rounds of this ammo through my glock 19. About every other mag I get a misfire. The primer was struck but the round did not fire. The round will fire if I feed it back through the pistol. It is pain to have so many misfires, but a great price on cheap ammo for a day at the range. I would not use this ammo for carry purposes. I have also had this problem with wolf ammo in other calibers."
3.0 5
"No problems with this ammo through Walther P99, HK USP Compact, and a Ruger P89. No misfires, no misfeeds, no jams. The only problem is that it's very very dirty."
5.0 5
"I was extremely hesitant about buying Wolf 9mm bullets due to the reviews about Misfires and such. But I've fired about 100 to 200 rounds with no misfires or any other problems granted the only draw back is how dirty the ammo leaves your weapon but if you clean your firearm after every outing then It won't be a problem I'm definitely going to buy more in the near future."
4.0 5
"I have shot a LOT of Wolf ammo through several different handguns. It works great through a Glock (what doesn't) and Ruger, good through some Hi Points and not as good in others and so on. I have only ever had one actual dud round in well over 3000 rounds fired. Yup, it's dirty but cleaning your gun at the end of the day is about as relaxing as it gets. So, unless you want to spend a lot more on a lot less ammo, quit worrying about a little soot and enjoy."
5.0 5
"I have shot this ammo through my 9mm Ruger and also a Taurus Millenium 9mm. Never had a misfire or jam. I have had better luck with this than the Remington UMC, which would jam for every other round. Great ammo at an even better price"
5.0 5
"Its cheep and good enough for target practice. I typically put 300 down range per session in my 19. YES you need to clean the gun when you're done but so what. For the money you cant beat it and anyone thats complaining about cleaning your gun after shooting hasnt come to understand the pleasure that comes from sitting down a giving your pistol a bit of TLC."
1.0 5
"I bought Wolf ammo thinking I would save a few bucks at the range shooting my Glock 19. All I can say is if you were using this ammo in a gun fight you would be dead. I or 2 rounds out of each 15 round clip did not fire even though the primer had been struck, put the bullet in a second time and it will fire. I thought it was my Glock, that had never had a misfire. I put in other inexpensive brand ammo, and not a single misfire. Not worth a saving a few dollars for the frustration even at the range."
4.0 5
"just went to the range and put 100 rnds ea. thru Taurus 24/7 OSS and PT 92 AF. worked every time. accuracy is based on my shooting. at 10 yd.s, 4 magazines went 1.25 inch groups. the other stuff is my fault, not the ammo. cleans up just fine as well. and anyone who does not clean their weapon after use should not review any ammo, at any time."
5.0 5
"i've heard alot of bad crap about this ammo and all i can say is what a bunch of bull... shot 200 rounds not a single problem.. all fired .... not even \"more\" dirty than any other cheap ammo... great ammo all the way around"
4.0 5
"This ammo is great. The old prejudices about non-American ammunition being dirty and unreliable need to die."
4.0 5
"Works good in my 92F, haven't tried in my S2K yet. Hope it works gecause the price is right."
4.0 5
"I've used this ammo to plink with, for many years. I have never experienced any failures. I have used this ammo in my Beretta 92FS, Browning Hi-Power, Tec-9, KG-99, Ruger P85 & P89 and never failure. The only problem that I have with Wolf is that sometimes the box is missing between 7 to 18 bullets. I purchased a 1000rd case and several boxes were incomplete. The ammo is fine though."
5.0 5
"Great ammo for plinking. Fires good , nice feed thru Ruger P89.his ammo is great for pratice."
5.0 5
"I have never had one misfire with the wolf ammo. Its good cheap ammo, I wish the 9mm came in HP though. I will be buying more at this price!"
4.0 5
"Have fired 1000+ rounds of this so far. Not a single misfire. Not as \"dirty\" as I thought it might be. No problems firing with my Beretta PX4 or CX4, my S&W sigma, nor my Sig P6/P225.I think this makes really good range ammo.Will buy this ammo often."
5.0 5
"All wolf products perform flawlessly for me. My guns are very well lubed and my bore and chambers get treated with MOLY (Molebdenium Disulfide) often. Wolf .223 in 75gr out-shoots the \"H\" company regularly."
5.0 5
"I went to the range and shot at least 200 rounds. I did not have one misfire, and the ammo fired great. I did not find it to be as dirty as many review's have stated in my Glock. I would purchase this ammo again without a problem. However, at this point, there are so many ammo deal's going on. You need to look around for the best deal.Good Luck hunting/shooting."