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1000 Rounds of 7.62x39mm Ammo by Wolf WPA Polyformance - 123gr HP

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Regular Price: $254.75

On Sale: $224.95

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Quantity - 20 rounds per box; 50 boxes per case
Manufacturer - Wolf WPA Polyformance
Bullets - 123 gr hollow point (HP)
Casings - Berdan primed steel

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Posted On: 8/11/16 By: G. Patton

A: Hello! Polyformance is the name of this line of ammunition from Wolf. The name is based on the fact that this ammunition is loaded in a polymer coated steel case.

Posted On: 7/29/16 By: johnny2guns

A: Hello Johnny! This Wolf ammunition is made in their Russia based manufacturing facilities.

Posted On: 2/11/15 By: Poppa T

A: Hello! This ammunition is new manufacture and does not contain any corrosive components.

Posted On: 9/7/14 By: shulie

A: Hello, These 123gr. HP rounds by Wolf in 7.62x39 do have a lead core, but they sometimes use a bi-metal jacket on the projectile so they do attract a magnet. For ranges that do not allow magnetic rounds, I would suggest a brass cased round.

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