20 Rounds of 7.62x39mm Ammo by Wolf WPA Military Classic - 124gr FMJ

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Quantity - 20 rounds per box
Manufacturer - Wolf WPA Military Classic
Bullets - 124 full metal jacket (FMJ)
Casings - Berdan primed steel


Classic 7.62x39 ammunition offering by WOLF Military Classic line. This 7.62x39 is substantially similar to the 70’s and 80’s ammo that flooded the market in the 80’s and 90’s for the AK’s, SKS’s and other firearms in this proven caliber. The 124 grain FMJ projectile with a steel lacquered casing and a Berdan primer is just as you remember but it doesn’t come in pine boxes or spam cans now, despite the deceptively similar prices and performance.

A genuinely excellent round, the 7.62x39 has been proven for decades in battle to be very efficient at ranges from 50 yards to 300+ with very little downside. The significant performance of this caliber makes it one of the most beloved rounds in history. Not only is It the basis of famous weapon systems, but it is also a round upon which whole countries have built their infantry. As far as this load is concerned, it is about as close as you can find to the original mil-surplus ammunition that found its way over into the U.S.A.

Reliable ignition and almost unbelievable functional reliability and feeding, this is the real deal. 2300 fps out of the barrel, this load is packaged 20 rounds per box.

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Posted On: 10/21/2011 By: Jim

A: Good question. Primers that utilize explosive compounds containing potassium chlorate have been made in one form or another since the 1800s. These compounds deposit potassium chloride in the bore and other parts of the weapon, and the deposits attract water, which can cause rust. When this compound was found to cause rust, a non-corrosive compound (lead styphnate) was developed in the United States after the First World War. Almost all US ammo production since then has been non-corrosive. Outside the US, though, other countries were slow to change, with many loading corrosive ammo until the 1980s or 1990s. Most commercial ammunition produced worldwide - and all newly manufactured ammunition known to be imported to the US - is today non-corrosive.

Posted On: 10/21/2011 By: Shawn

A: The performance of this Wolf ammo will be very close to the performance of the Tula ammo.

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