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500 Rounds of 30-06 Springfield Ammo by Wolf - 145gr FMJ

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Quantity - 20 rounds per box; 25 boxes per case
Manufacturer - Wolf
Bullet - 145 grain Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
Casing - Berdan-primed steel

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Posted On: 7/30/15 By: john boy

A: John, Wolf lists the velocity of this ammunition at 2,781 fps.

Posted On: 6/20/14 By: Brooks

A: Hello Brooks, These 145gr. FMJ rounds by Wolf in .30-06 will fire in a Remington 770. I would personally recommend a brass cased round for a bolt action rifle however.

Posted On: 12/26/12 By: Matt

A: This 30-06 ammo from Wolf will attract a magnet. While this may prohibit use at indoor ranges, this is an excellent round for any outdoor target or hunting application. All rounds are loaded with Wolf's non corrosive components.

Posted On: 3/8/12 By: Lamargene

A: For the M1 Rifle, we recommend Federal and Hornady M1-specific ammo. These Wolf steel cases cannot be reloaded.

Posted On: 1/9/12 By: Federico

A: The difference is that the 180 grain bullet is heavier than the 145. Depending on the manufacturer, the 145gr ammo is probably faster than the 180, and will impact slightly higher at 200 yards. However, the 180 will most likely have a superior long-range trajectory.

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