Wolf ammo has made a name for themselves as a less expensive alternative for high volume shooters. Their 168 grain soft point .30-06 loading offers shooters an efficient means of honing their skills without harming their pocketbooks. The acrylic-polymer coating that Wolf uses has geared their ammo for long-term storage. While the steel cases are non-reloadable, shooters should not have any issues with feeding or ejecting. The 168 grain soft point bullets are a little on the lighter side of the .30-06 spectrum, but entry-level hunters should see decent performance on medium-sized game like deer. On the other hand, the 168 grain bullet will give recreational and target shooters a more enjoyable experience since the recoil will be noticeably less than heavier rounds.
When it comes to economical shooting - and lots of it - you can't go wrong with Wolf!
Posted On: 11/10/2016 By: john
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