Wolf 9mm Bulk Ammo

by A-Poc


Another good 9mm round you can pick up in bulk is Wolf Ammo.  Made in Russia, this ammo has a polymer coated steel case that acts as a lubricant for feeding into the chamber.  This particular ammo is 115 grain Full Metal Jacket.  If you have shot Wolf ammo in your AK-47, SKS, or other semi-automatic rifle, then you pretty much know what to expect.  It is pretty dirty, so you will have to clean your weapon pretty good when you get done at the range.

But as far as price is concerned, it is the least expensive ammo I have found online yet by a pretty good margin.

Pick it up here today before it all dries up!

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payday loan March 10, 2009 at 9:42 pm

be careful with wolf!!! not only is it dirty but corrosive as well!!! make sure you clean after use to keep the ammo from eating your expensive gun

A-Poc March 13, 2009 at 4:46 pm

Good tip, Payday! Remember, when buying ammo from other countries, their idea of “non-corrosive” is not always your idea of “non-corrosive”.

jrokk May 2, 2011 at 12:28 pm

wolf=crap dont be lured by the cheap price. steel on steel friction is never good. this is why quality ammo is brass-cased. also, who is gonna keep nitro solvent and patches in a bugout bag?(rhetorical question)

Skans May 22, 2013 at 1:06 pm

I have been shooting Wolf 9mm in my Sig X-Five. Contrary to popular belief, it is quite accurate in my X-Five, doesn’t hurt the gun at all and the gun is no harder to clean than when I use premium brass cased ammo. Wolf 9mm is not corrosive – I’ve been buying and shooting it in bulk for years now, and none of my 9mm’s have suffered not one bit of rust. Nitro solvent in a bug-out bag??? Good Lord, I don’t even keep a bug-out bag. I keep my nitro solvent, patches and cleaning gear in my GUN CLEANING BAG (purchased at Harbor Freight for $5.99).

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