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1000 Rounds of 7.62x39mm Ammo by Wolf WPA Military Classic - 124gr FMJ

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$245.00

Ammo Overview

Quantity - 20 rounds per box; 50 boxes per case

Manufacturer - Wolf WPA Military Classic

Bullets - 124 full metal jacket (FMJ)

Casings - Berdan primed steel

1000 Rounds of 7.62x39mm Ammo by Wolf WPA Military Classic - 124gr FMJ

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Good Ammo / Good Price
Review by BernardD
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Very good ammo and very good price. I have purchased this ammo before and it's hard to beat for the bargin. (Posted on 10/10/13)
Good Bang:Buck ratio
Review by Capt. Seabass
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Good price for some quality time at the range. Pull the trigger, and you get a bang. Not sniper accurate, but you'll hit the target. What more could you ask for? (Posted on 8/30/13)
good
Review by m
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All good, no jams...had a few bullseyes at 100 yards with the iron sights. will buy more. (Posted on 7/22/12)
great ammo
Review by catranger
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I love it. Loads good, and price is good. Fast and not expencive delivery. (Posted on 3/3/12)
7.62 wolf
Review by Chase
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Cant go wrong with this ammo.functions perfect, cheap and super quick shipping! (Posted on 2/6/12)
good and cheap
Review by Pitbull
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Im happy with this ammo, picked up 1000 rnds not 1 ftf out of 500 sofar. Shoots a softball size pattern at 100 yards out of my wasr 10-63 with iron sites. (Posted on 1/7/12)
excellent
Review by el comander
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Awsome bullets have bought this from thr local ffl dealer. This website is cheaper I might make future buy, (Posted on 12/23/11)

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Q: If I have been using 123 GR, is there any problem going to the 124 GR?

Posted On: 7/2/13 By: MARC

A: You should not expect any noticeable difference between the 123 or 124 grain bullet. This slight difference may be caused by the difference in manufacturer of the bullet. This can include the materials as well as the jacket or type of bullet. One example of this would be Wolf's 124 Full Metal Jacket Vs. their 123 Hollow Point round.
Q: do these bullets have a steel, copper or lead core?

Posted On: 6/26/12 By: Christian Ybarra

A: These bullets feature a lead core. However, Wolf uses a bimetal jacket on the outside which will attract to a magnet. This ammo may not be suitable for some indoor ranges. This ammo works well in the popular 7.62x39 SKS and AK-47 rifles.
Q: Hello, is there a way to tell the difference between a corrosive primer and non-corrosive primer? And what does a corrosive primer harm. Thanks

Posted On: 10/22/11 By: Ken

A: To be clear, this ammo is not loaded with corrosive primers. There is no way to tell from the outside whether a primer is loaded with a potentially corrosive explosive compound. The corrosive primers cause salt compounds to form in the bore and on other parts of the weapon, which absorb water and promote rust.
Q: Would like to know if ammo stores for ever or is there a time line on having it fire dependably?

Posted On: 10/21/11 By: Mike Osborn

A: While ammo will not last forever, it can last for many years if stored properly. Keeping it in a cool, dry place away from moisture and sources of water and heat will help it last longer.
Q: Does this Wolf bullet classify as the same bullet as the much acclaimed "sapsan" bullet manufactured by Wolf?

Posted On: 10/21/11 By: Matt

A: Wolf Performance Military Classic ammo has been loaded with the sapsan bullet in the past, however, there is no guarantee that all future production will use this projectile.
Q: do you carry these in a SP?

Posted On: 10/20/11 By: Corey Kendall

A: We carry other brands of 7.62x39 with a soft point bullet.