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9MM WOLF 115 GRAIN FMJ (50 ROUNDS) **STEEL CASE**It’s a shame that the one organization you can join which will let you fire ammo for free wants you to do a lot for it in return. You would think that working for AmmoMan.com would let you shoot a lot, too, but the boss has this funny idea about selling the ammo instead of enjoying it for ourselves.
This means we like to save money with Wolf ammunition. This 9mm cartridge is gentle on a bank account primarily due to its steel casing, which isn’t reloadable or quite as pretty as brass, for that matter. Wolf made the steel casing a lot slicker with their special polymer treatment, one which doesn’t stick to the chamber of a firearm for cleaner shooting.
This is a range round, as it ought to be. Its projectile wears the range round’s full metal jacket, and it weighs 115 grains for comfortable, repeated firing. You’ll see that this round has got a lot of value to offer to the cost-conscientious shooter -- even more so when it’s ordered by the case, with free shipping.
|Ammo Caliber||9mm Luger|
Customer Reviews of this 9MM WOLF 115 GRAIN FMJ (50 ROUNDS) **STEEL CASE**
Great ammo for plinking, range and competition.
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I stated to use this when we got into competition seriously, we ended up shooting 2-300 rounds a week in practice and then stated to use it in the actual IDPA competitions. Over the 2 season we shot, if we added in the sub-guns, we worked out between us we had shot around 20,000 rounds using Glocks, HKs and Sigs. Only 2 rounds out that 20k have issues with and they were either light strikes or hard primers, both from the same batch and in the same match. Could have been the gun or the ammo? Still we think that could happen to any ammo if you shoot enough, Bottom line this worked great all on but a few subguns and like a champ in the pistols.
I changed my mind about Russian ammo. Phooey!!
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Originally I liked this ammo because it was cheap, sort of. Well, so many misfires prove once again that one gets what one pays for. I don't know if it's because of Russian machine gun (really really hard) primers as I've heard, or what, but one simply cannot get a rhythm going or concentrate on shooting basics when one is waiting for a "bang" and repeatedly gets nothing but a click. The one benefit to this ammo is that one gets repeated experience clearing jams and FTFs. For a while Wolf ammo claimed the moniker "polyformance" indicating a polymer coating on the steel casings to aid in feeding. They no longer have the moniker displayed on their ammo boxes, no in their advertising, so I guess they no longer provide it. That is also displayed in the difficulty in feeding and repeated FTFs I experience with my Glocks. Anyway, I don't care what less it costs than "real" ammo, I'll no longer ever buy it. It's just not worth the trouble.
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