Some say, there are two kinds of people in the world: wolves and sheep. The sheep are those who tend to follow the crowd blindly, not taking the lead or having the strength or courage to stand up and offer protection to anyone else, let alone protect themselves. The wolves are those not afraid to strike out on their own, to risk themselves to help others, and to think for themselves. As a gun owner choosing to conceal carry, you make yourself a wolf, protecting not only yourself but others. It’s a big responsibility, and one requiring training, meaning you’re going to need target rounds.
These .45 ACP rounds weigh 230 grain, making them the heavyweights for this particular cartridge size. Being so heavy means they don’t move quite as quickly as their lighter counterparts, but they still move fast enough and they deliver a solid hit on impact. These are Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) rounds and so will not expand on impact. In fact, target rounds like these are capable of traveling for miles after impact, making it even more important to have a good backstop in place. Each of these rounds leaves the barrel of your gun at a muzzle velocity of 850 feet per second. This ammunition is meant for target practice, shooting drills, and plinking.
There are 50 target rounds in this single box of Wolf ammunition. In order to save you money, these rounds are produced in steel cases with berdan primer to ensure ignition. Wolf is part of the legendary Tula plant, which was founded in 1712 and has more than 300 years of experience manufacturing ammunition for shooters like you. Since day one Tula has used the latest technology in their factory, which meant water machines in the 1700s and now means computer technology. Times have changed, but one thing hasn’t: Tula’s reputation in the industry. If you’re a wolf, place your order right now, and get to the range.
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It smokes like crazy, and my gun looked like it went through ww2, lots of cleaning and powder residue
But that's to be expected with cheap ammo (Posted on 10/12/13)
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