1000 Rounds of .223 Ammo by Wolf - 62gr FMJ

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Ammo Overview

Quantity - 20 rounds per box; 50 boxes per case
Manufacturer - Wolf
Bullets - 62 grain full metal jacket (FMJ)
Casings - Boxer primed steel
Lot - P912-10
Not backed by Wolf Performance Ammunition Guarantee
2010 Production


A 500 round case of the very reliable Wolf 62 grain full metal jacket copper clad bullet that offers sub 2 MOA accuracy out of most modern firearms and offers a price point that nearly cannot be beaten by any producer. The Boxer primer on the Steel cartridge casing makes it possible to reload, but the low price point makes it almost a burden too great to resize the steel cartridge to reload it for another shot. The benefit to the steel cartridge is the one time use and the pricing.

The 62 grain full metal jacketed bullet is a copper clad design with a good set of performance numbers in the faster twist rate barrels. It will shoot out of any .223 Remington barrel, but thrives in the lower twist rates and low middle ground from 1:7 to 1:9. The optimized use of this round is for target shooting or hunting, with the heavier bullet weight it is suitable from varmint to deer, and the accuracy is good enough for either activity.

If you already know and love this ammo, buy it in bulk in either this 500 round case or the available 1000 round case from BulkAmmo, but if you don’t know it, you can rest assured it is a tested, proven round with exceptional value for bulk volume shooters of the .223.

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Posted On: 7/18/2014 By: sonny

A: Hello Sonny, These 62gr. FMJ rounds by Wolf in .223 do sometimes have a bi-metal case. They also have a steel case 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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