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About This Wolf 9mm Luger AmmunitionWe are the Ammo Man! But we are also the Honest Man, and that is why we have to emphasize – and we mean emphasize – that this is not brass-cased 9mm ammunition.
Wolf’s specialty is steel-cased ammunition, which is significantly more cost-effective than conventional brass-cased ammo at the expense of being non-reloadable. Wolf has additionally copper washed this 9mm ammo’s steel cases to help better protect them against corrosion, as well as promote smoother cycling in a semi-automatic pistol or carbine.
This ammo’s cases aren’t its only copper-washed steel components. These rounds’ 115 grain FMJ projectiles have lead cores and bimetal jackets, the latter of which are made of soft steel with a very thin exterior copper layer. Bimetal jacketed bullets function just fine in any type of firearm. The chief concern is that they are magnetic, which some ranges prohibit due to the greater threat of sparking and damage to equipment that they pose.
This steel-cased Russian ammo is also loaded with Berdan primers. Your firing pin ought to spark up Berdan primers just as easily as it would Boxer primers, and Wolf’s new production primers are 100% non-corrosive. No danger of rust if you clean your firearm just like you regularly would after firing this ammo!
Free shipping with this case of ammo – ooh la la!
|Ammo Caliber||9mm Luger|
Customer Reviews of this 9MM WOLF 115 GRAIN FMJ (1350 ROUNDS) **STEEL CASES**
Only problem I have is..
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You can't run it at an indoor range.
Granted, I haven't bought any in over a year so it's certainly possible that the quality could have changed.
Personally, I've never had a round "not" go bang, or extract.
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Terrible ammo that I will not buy again. The copper finish is not nearly as slick as brass or coated steel and doesnt feed well. I had several malfunctions on a reliable HK pistol and had one case bulge and stick in the chamber, I removed it with pliers...
The ammo worked better when sprayed with a lubricant, something that is annoying and dirty.
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