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All About Wolf Ammo
WOLF Performance Ammunition, also known as WPA, is one of the leading manufacturers of budget-friendly ammunition in the world. They produce a large variety of calibers, and military rifle calibers are one of their specialties. WOLF ammo is a great choice for recreational shooters who are looking for cheap rounds that will perform reliably. Firearms enthusiasts who shoot bulk ammo and need lots of rounds without doing too much damage to their bank accounts.
WOLF manufactures non-corrosive pistol, rifle, and rimfire ammunition made with either steel or brass cases. They are best known for their steel-cased ammunition, which is less expensive than brass-cased ammo but offers similar reliability. Not all indoor ranges allow ammunition with steel components due to its magnetic properties, so be sure to check with the range before shooting WOLF’s steel-cased ammunition indoors.
WOLF Rifle Ammunition
Polyformance, WPA & Wolf Gold
WOLF is well-known for their rifle ammunition and they produce three distinct lines in many different calibers. Their steel-cased Military Classic line of rifle ammo is available in both common and nostalgic military calibers such as .223, 7.62x39, and 7.62x54r. Their 5.45x39mm rounds are very popular with AK platform owners—the quality and accuracy of these rounds make them a significant upgrade from military surplus ammunition. They also manufacture lesser known calibers like the 303 British, a rifle and machine gun caliber that is sometimes used for hunting deer or other medium-sized game, and the 6.5 Grendel, an alternative AR platform caliber.
The Polyformance line of rifle ammunition features a proprietary polymer-coating that is designed to assist with feeding and extraction. Most of their rifle calibers are made using a bimetal bullet, which can exhibit magnetic properties.
WOLF’s Gold line of ammunition is made with high-quality components, including reloadable brass cases, copper-jacketed bullets, and Boxer primers. The .223 caliber is made specifically for the AR-15 and offers a flat trajectory and high velocity.
WOLF Handgun Ammunition
WOLF produces a limited line of handgun calibers that are used by both low and high-volume shooters. Their handgun ammunition is available in their Military Classic and Polyformance lines, and both lines are manufactured with steel cases. WOLF’s 9mm is one of their all-time most popular rounds, as it performs very well either target shooting or training purposes. Like their rifle ammunition, WOLF’s handgun ammo generally has some magnetic properties and may not be suitable for all indoor ranges.
WOLF Rimfire Ammunition
For those looking competition-level precision in a .22 LR round, WOLF offers .22 LR Match Target ammunition. This rimfire ammunition is a little different from their other lines because it is made by ELEY, an ammo manufacturer based out of the UK and known for producing some of the most accurate ammo ever produced. These match grade rounds deliver top-of-the-line performance at an incredibly reasonable price and the components include the first-quality brass and Vihtavuori powder to ensure maximum performance.
A relative newcomer to the ammunition industry, WOLF Performance Ammunition was not founded until 2005. The rumors of their ammunition being the same as another Russian manufacturer are indeed true—when WOLF started out, their ammunition was originally manufactured at the Tula Cartridge plant in Tula, Russia. It’s not uncommon for people to confuse the two companies since they once partnered, but in 2009, they became an entirely separate entity and are no longer associated with Tula. Today, WOLF is a trademarked name associated with Sporting Supplies International (SSI), a major importer of ammunition. Wolf’s ammunition is currently produced in several different European countries, and they are headquartered in California.
WOLF Performance Ammunition makes reliable products at a comfortable price point and without sacrificing accuracy. With WOLF ammo, a firearms enthusiast can send a lot of rounds downrange without worrying about how much each round costs.
Note: Since some testing has shown that WOLF’s steel cases may not form a perfect seal inside the chamber of some modern firearms, we recommended that you clean your guns after using Wolf ammunition to remove any excess carbon that may be present.
WOLF is one of the only ammunition manufacturers to offer a 100% Performance Guarantee. If you are not satisfied with any of their products can return it to WOLF for a complete refund equal to the remaining amount of ammo.
7.62x39 WOLF FMJ 122 GRAIN (FULL METAL JACKET)very good price on bulk ammo orders Order was placed Jan.13 and delivered Sat.16 thats was fast thank you Ammoman(01/16/2021)
7.62x39 WOLF FMJ 122 GRAIN (FULL METAL JACKET)Its Tulammo in a Wolf Ammo box.. i needed Ammo so this is what i got!(01/10/2021)
7.62x39 WOLF FMJ 122 GRAIN (FULL METAL JACKET)I ordered the ammo, the main box has wolf ammo on it. Open to the little boxes that are labeled WPA when I take out the bullets they are Tula bullets. I never had issues with wpa or wolf. Tula ammo always had issues getting then to fire reliably. Could just be my luck.(12/10/2020)
9MM WOLF 115 GRAIN FMJ (50 ROUNDS) **STEEL CASE**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.(11/20/2020)
9MM WOLF 115 GRAIN FMJ (50 ROUNDS) **STEEL CASE**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. Hal(11/18/2020)
7.62x39 WOLF FMJ 122 GRAIN (FULL METAL JACKET)After reading the review by Tom on 9/11/20 I looked at the head stamp on the ammo I received a couple of weeks ago. It’s also Tulammo in wolf black boxes. Hmmm... if I order tulammo, will I get Wolf ammunition, Ammoman?(10/21/2020)
6.5MM GRENDEL WOLF 100 GRAIN FMJ (500 ROUNDS)Shot almost 500 rounds of the Wolf ammo with zero malfunctions. Holds a decent group. It's the best way to get some trigger time in without breaking the bank.(10/19/2020)
223 REMINGTON WOLF GOLD 55 GRAIN FMJ BRASS CASED (1000 ROUNDS)I haven't shot any of this ammo yet but, these guys ship extremely fast and that's what is important at this time.. I'm sure the ammo will run as good as any other on the market.(10/15/2020)
6.5MM GRENDEL WOLF 100 GRAIN FMJ (500 ROUNDS)Came quick, they ran out of stock and quickly got more back in(10/14/2020)
308 WIN WOLF 150 GRAIN FMJ (500 ROUNDS)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?(09/27/2020)