308 WIN WOLF 150 GRAIN FMJ (500 ROUNDS)

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About This Wolf 308 / 7.62x51 Ammunition

Russia is well known for their steel casings, and although they’re most often associated with the AK-47 they’re no stranger to other popular calibers as well. This 308 Win cartridge by Wolf is going to save you a bundle on your next shooting session, but it still performs reliably to make your experience at the range as rewarding as can be.

This cartridge is capped with a 150 grain projectile, a simple full metal jacket that’s at once accurate with its pointed meplat and unable to rapidly foul a bore courtesy of the hard sheath of copper that wraps it. Unlike a lot of other steel cased rounds, this one is interestingly outfitted with a non-corrosive Boxer primer instead of a Berdan one. That and this round’s clean burning propellant will reliably cycle a semi-automatic.

This cartridge may have a Boxer primer, but its steel casing still takes it out of the running for handloading. The casing is coated with Wolf’s proprietary polymer coating, so it feeds smoothly and doesn’t produce residues when heated during ignition.
Quantity 500
Manufacturer Wolf
Ammo Caliber 308 / 7.62x51
Bullet Type FMJ
Primer Type boxer

Customer Reviews of this 308 WIN WOLF 150 GRAIN FMJ (500 ROUNDS)

  • Functional but slow

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    I purchased 500 rounds of Wolf .308 before the 2020 Ammo Crunch got too bad. I used the ammunition primarily in PTR-91 rifles, which are clones of the HK91/G3.

    On the plus side, the ammunition cycled without issue. Ignition is reliable.

    ON the downside, it's dirtier than conventional ammunition. It also produces poor muzzle velocity with big variations. The PTR-91 rifle has a barrel that is slightly shorter than 18", and the design tends to produce slightly lower velocities than other kinds. Wolf averaged 2322 FPS on my chronograph, with a high of 2411 and a low of 2248. I tested it in two different rifles and got similar results. It's still more powerful than a .30-30, but only barely.
    Review by MK_EOD. Posted on
  • Good ammo for the price

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    For the price these days, it is decent .308 for plinking without burning through your hunting ammo. Regarding the Devil205 review about it not firing in an M1A above....yeah, M1A's are chambered in 7.62 and there are differences to .308 in the headspace and case thickness. The larger room in a 7.62 chamber allows the thinner .308 case to expand too much which likely cause it to not eject properly if you are lucky, catastrophic expansion damaging your gun and possibly you if you are unlucky. It is dangerous to use .308 in a 7.62 rifle, but you could get away with 7.62 in a .308 though it may not always feed properly. That depends on the gun and you would just have to try it. Please educate yourself about this!
    Review by Paul. Posted on
  • This stuff is great.

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    To counter, devil205, Russian ammo is notorious for hard primers. This is the only ammo I shoot out of my AR-10. Out of a 500 round case 1 failure to eject and 1 misfeed. The ejection failure was likely the case getting stuck in the chamber and the failure to feed was likely a mag malfunction. Maybe you just need a stronger hammer spring?
    Review by Joenathan. Posted on
  • Won't buy anymore

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    This ammunition will not fire reliably out of my Springfield Armory M1A. You might get one to fire and then two misfires then two to fire then one misfire, I fired some East German surplus with no misfires, as well as some Winchester with no misfires and some Remington with no misfires, so it's not the rifle. I'm going to guess that the primers are hit or miss on whether or not they're seated properly. I will say that I have fired the same ammunition in another gun, bolt action, and had no problems. With the m1a, nothing but problems
    Review by Devil205. Posted on
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