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1000 Rounds of 9mm Ammo by Wolf - 115gr FMJ

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$215.00
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Bullet Type – 115gr FMJ
Quantity - 50 Rounds
Manufacturer - Wolf
Origin - Russia
Casing - Berdan-primed steel

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High volume shooters will appreciate the economy and reliability of Wolf Performance Ammunition. These 9mm Luger cartridges come in a bulk priced 1,000 round case containing 20 boxes of 50 rounds each. Each round fires a 115 grain bimetal jacketed bullet and produces typical 9mm Parabellum ballistics. This is a standard pressure load that will work great with a wide variety of pistols including popular compact carry models.

This ammo is loaded in Russia and uses steel cases. Although not reloadable, steel cases offer great value because they are inexpensive yet provide reliable performance thanks to their low-friction polymer coatings. These rounds use non-corrosive Berdan primers.

Not all indoor ranges permit steel-cased ammo due to its magnetic properties, so check with your range if you're not sure what their policies are.

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Posted On: 12/20/13 By: Glock 19C

A: Hello, It is not recommended to try and reload steel cases. You will damage the dies by trying to do so.

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