1000 Rounds of 9mm Ammo by Wolf Performance (Steel Case) - 115gr FMJ

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Ammo Quantity - 1,000 rounds per case; 50 rounds per box
Ammo Manufacturer - Wolf
Projectiles - 115 grain full metal jacket (FMJ)
Ammo Casings - Berdan-primed steel


British actor Alan Bates once said “You've got to have steel in you somewhere.” Was he talking about a man’s character? Or was he talking about affordable ammunition? Probably the latter -- British actors are well known for frequently commenting on ammunition.

This 9mm cartridge passes Bates’ test because its shell casing is made of steel rather than costlier brass. It still performs marvelously in a semi-automatic thanks to Wolf’s proprietary acrylic-polymer coating, a material that manages to facilitate both feeding and ejection but without leaving an ugly amount of residue in its wake. This round’s Berdan primer serves as an additional reason why you won’t be reloading this ammo, but if you didn’t intend to reload anyway that’s hardly a glowing downside.

This cartridge features a 115 grain projectile. People often favor that lightweight bullet for personal protection, so this round will give you realistic feedback on how your self-defense load will behave. The FMJ bullet is far more cost-effective for training than any JHP could be as well.

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Posted On: 8/11/2020 By: Mona

A: This ammo should function correctly in the M&P9 SHIELD!

Posted On: 4/5/2020 By: Kyra

A: This case of ammo weighs 26.8 pounds including packaging. I'm afraid I am unable to confirm its dimensions for you, though.

Posted On: 1/27/2020 By: Clyde Walker

A: Greetings Clyde, Here is 4 simple steps to get an estimate on what shipping will cost on your order: Step 1 - Create a cart by clicking on the "Add to Cart" button under the products you want to purchase Step 2 - Beneath the items in your cart you will see "Shipping Calculator" in the middle of the page Step 3 - Enter the state and zip code where your order will be shipped Step 4 - Click "Get a Quote"

Posted On: 1/19/2020 By: Pete

A: The bullet is made of a lead core wrapped in a a bimetal jacket comprised of either copper and steel or zinc and steel

Posted On: 11/14/2019 By: RWM

A: Hi RWM. Yes, the 9mm Luger rounds are known by several names. The Luger, 9x19mm, 9mm Parabellum, and 9mm auto are all used by various manufacturers to describe the same round. Let me know if I can get some of these on the way for you! Ross

Posted On: 10/6/2019 By: Libertarian David

A: Hi David. Thank you for looking to BulkAmmo.com for your ammo needs. The Wolf rounds are lead core, but they do have a bi-metallic jacketing that will attract a magnet. If your range requires non-magnetic rounds, these will not work for you. Give me a call and we can help pick the best round for you. Have a great day! Ross

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