Since 2005, Wolf Performance Ammunition has been one of the world leaders in high quality affordable ammo. Wolf ammunition is made under a trademark owned by SSI, Sporting Supplies International. They make ammo for multiple firearms and in many calibers, plenty of components for reloading, and they offer shooting gear such as gun cases as well.
Wolf products bring high quality components, accuracy, terminal performance on par with more expensive ammo, and a massive selection of calibers and configurations to the table. Plus, all Wolf ammunition has a 100% quality performance guarantee and they will buy the remaining ammo from the customer if they are not fully satisfied. You can’t really ask for much more than that.
Originally, most Wolf ammo was made by the TULA Arms Plant in Tula, Russia. From 2005 until 2009, this was the way Wolf ammo was manufactured. But from 2009 on, Wolf has been produced in various other European countries and continued to flourish.
In 2005 through 2006, the United States found the supply of surplus 7.62x39 ammo from Russia and other countries was starting to dry up; there was the start of a shortage. At the same time, the United States military was trying to outfit and arm a military force that was just getting started in Afghanistan. There were further problems with supply and demand when the AK-103 rifle series was adopted by the Venezuelan Military and the Russian ammunition plants couldn’t keep up with their demand and the demand of their own militaries. Thanks to Wolf, Tula and other overseas manufacturers, we’re now fortunate that in most years, we have plenty of bulk 7.62x39 ammo in the USA for all of us to purchase and stock up on.
Wolf’s WPA Military Classic Ammunition
Wolf currently makes a different types of Wolf branded ammunition available for sale. There is the extremely popular Wolf Performance Ammunition or WPA Military Classic Line that includes these rifle calibers: 5.45X39, .223 Remington, 6.5 Grendel (w/ Combat Coating), the ever popular 7.62X39, a few types of .308 Winchester, a couple of .30-06 Springfield loads, .303 British, 7.62X54R-DUO, 7.62X54R, 7.62X54R Extra Match (Match Grade ammo w/ brass case), and the 12.7 X 108 (Com-Bloc .50 Caliber Ammo w/ brass case).
Most of Wolf’s rifle rounds come in Hollow Point or HP, Soft Point or SP, or the well-known Full Metal Jacket or FMJ offerings. The WPA Military Classic line also offers a handful of pistol calibers such as the 230 grain Bimetal FMJ .45 Auto (ACP), the 9mm Luger (9X19mm) in Bimetal 115 grain FMJ, the 94 grain Bimetal FMJ .380 Auto (ACP), the 9X18 Makarov in 94 grain Bimetal FMJ, and the .40 S&W 180 grain Bimetal FMJ rounds.
The Military Classic line was built to offer affordable ammo in classic military calibers so that anyone could buy and shoot these rounds without spending a lot of cash. They are value priced, so you can also stack multiple cases of them in your safe without worry, and they are easily stored away so you can shoot them later on down the road.
As you might’ve guessed, WPA Military Classic Pistol cartridges only come with Full Metal Jacket loads and it’s not uncommon when you’re at the firing line at the range to see a lot of shooters blasting through relatively cheap ammo from Wolf.
Wolf Performance Ammunition
The Wolf Performance line of ammo is rather simple because it only has one caliber offering, in two bullet types, and in two configurations.
Wolf offers 7.62x39 in the 123 grain Bimetal FMJ or Bimetal Hollow Point (HP) with the steel cased cartridge that is primed with a non-corrosive Berdan Primer. The other type is another 7.62x39 123 grain Bimetal FMJ or Bimetal round with the steel cased cartridge with non-corrosive Berdan Primer, but this one has the Military Spec lacquer coating that provides a waterproof seal on the case mouth and the primer pocket.
Wolf Gold Ammunition
The Wolf Gold line of ammunition is a high quality and high-performance brass cased line of ammo. Wolf Gold ammo is made to strict standards, so it will perform in all of the modern sport caliber rifles and military rifles as well. Wolf Gold uses prime components, so you can use the cases time and time again for reloading.
Wolf Gold’s rifle caliber options include: .22-250 Remington, .223 Remington in 55 grain and 75 grain, .243 Winchester, 5.56MM or M193 caliber, 6.5 Grendel in 120 and 123 grain, 6.5X55 Swedish, 7.5 X 55 Swiss, .30-06 Springfield, .270 Winchester, 7MM Remington Magnum, .308 Winchester, 30-30 Winchester, 7.62X54R and 150 grain and 180 grain, 303 British in 150 grain and 170 grain, 8X57 or 8MM Mauser, and 300 Winchester Magnum.
Wolf Gold is also offered in eight different pistol calibers as well. These calibers include .32 Auto , .380 Auto, 9MM Luger or 9x19MM, .40 Smith and Wesson, .45 ACP or Automatic Colt Pistol, and the awesome 7.62 Tokarev round. They also manufacture .357 Magnum in 158 grain SJHP (Semi-Jacketed Hollow Point) and .44 Magnum in 240 grain JHP (Jacketed Hollow Point) for all of the revolver and lever gun fans out there. The impressive muzzle velocity and hard-hitting muzzle energy of each of these rounds, coupled with the superb accuracy of each round makes Wolf Gold stand out in the ammo business.
Wolf Polyformance Ammunition
The popular Wolf Polyformance polymer-coated steel cased ammo is built to ensure reliable function in semi-auto platforms. It comes in many of the same calibers that the Military Classic line comes in such as: 5.45X39, .223 Remington in 55 and 62 grain, the famous 7.62X39 in 123 and 125 grain, .30 Carbine, .308 Winchester, and two 7.62X54R options in 174 grain and 200 grain. Wolf Polyformance also produces pistol ammo in .380 ACP, 9x18 Makarov, 9x19mm or 9MM Luger, .40 S&W, and .45 Auto/ACP.
The Wolf Rimfire ammunition line is also available and comes in two distinct configurations of 22LR or 22 Long Rifle. One option is the .22LR Match Target with a 40 grain solid round nose bullet. The other offering is the .22LR Match Extra with the same 40 grain round nose solid lead bullets. Either round is an ideal choice for target practice, plinking with friends and family, or Olympic type target competitions.
You can’t go wrong with Wolf if you’re looking to get some bulk ammo for extended range training. Stock up now and you’ll be set for your next range trip.
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1000 Rounds of .223 Rem Ammo by Wolf Performance - 55gr FMJI bought 1000 rounds not good at all was shooting Today and couldn’t get it to feed several jams I’m my AR-15 might be okay in a bolt action but not for a semi auto I won’t buy it again(Posted on 06/10/2021)
20 Rounds of 7.62x39mm Ammo by Wolf Polyformance - 122gr FMJBulk Ammo had my case of ammo to me within 48 hours of order. Thank You for such fast service and the Ammo is great.(Posted on 06/09/2021)
1000 Rounds of .223 Rem Ammo by Wolf Performance - 55gr FMJBought 2-1000/round cases last November Not a single issue shooting out of my Colt AR.(Posted on 06/09/2021)
1000 Rounds of 7.62x39mm Ammo by Wolf - 122gr FMJTRIED THIS BLACK BOX WOLF AND 10 ROUNDS OF EVERY 20 ROUND BOX WOULDNT EVEN FIRE, TRIED THAT DUD AMMO IN SKS, SAME THING THE MILITARY CLASSIC AND HP ROUND RUN FINE THE ENTIRE MAG(Posted on 06/08/2021)
1000 Rounds of 5.56x45 Ammo by Wolf Gold - 55gr FMJPersonally, this ammo left brass shavings and excessive brass wear on the the bolt face. While no major issues arose, the brass chips gave a slight cause for concern.(Posted on 06/06/2021)
1000 Rounds of .223 Rem Ammo by Wolf Performance - 55gr FMJi hear a lot of people complaining about the ammo not firing wolf ammo primers are a little bit deeper than US made ammo its a military made ammo if you have a problem with this ammo just get a new firing pin for a colt 5.56 and switch them out and i bet that you wont have a problem. i had the problem with the pin just denting the primer and i did the switch and it worked fine. or your headspace might be off just a bit. the ammo is fine its just the weapon that your firing might need the locking lug cleaned or a lot of other things.(Posted on 05/30/2021)
1000 Rounds of .223 Rem Ammo by Wolf Performance - 55gr FMJBought some because of the price (2019) used it to sight in my scope on my S&W MP Sport II. Had no jams barrel did not get hot and have stocked up on this ammo since 2019, I have used brass and steel and they both perform for me so take ti what it's worth.(Posted on 05/26/2021)
1000 Rounds of .223 Rem Ammo by Wolf Performance - 55gr FMJFirst box shot ok(20), second box the ejector kept tearing the rim and I would have to run a rod down it to clear the casing(Posted on 05/25/2021)
50 Rounds of .45 ACP Ammo by Wolf - 230gr FMJAlthough no rounds were missing, I’m highly disappointed with the conditions in which my package arrived. 3 out of the 4 boxes were damaged, and most of the rounds were loose. Also, why would the box say “Wolf,” but the rounds say “Tulammo?”(Posted on 05/23/2021)
1000 Rounds of .223 Rem Ammo by Wolf Performance - 55gr FMJI shot a Model II S&W AR-15 (5.56). I bought 1000 rounds of Wolf .223 55 grain FMJ Steel Case ammunition. After shooting 30 rounds and experiencing two jams, the rifle became so hot that either the steel case expanded or the lacquer of the shell melted causing the spent round to become frozen in the barrel. It would not eject and the range officer could not remove it manually with a steel plunger, knife or needle nose pliers. When I returned home, I had to soak the barrel with Break Free gun cleaner for an hour and use the cleaning rod with a rubber mallet to free the shell. Since I shoot often, I bought the Wolf ammunition since it was at a good price, and according to the reviews, would perform like the brass shells – they don’t and now I am stuck with hundreds of rounds of useless ammunition that is not compatible with my S&W AR-15 Model II. The bottom line is this is Wolf Steel Case .223 is inferior ammunition - you get what you pay for – pay the extra money for brass 5.56 or .223 ammunition to avoid the problems I described.(Posted on 05/06/2021)