500 Rounds of 9mm Ammo by Wolf WPA Military Classic - 115gr FMJ

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Quantity - 50 rounds per box; 10 boxes per case
Manufacturer - Wolf WPA
Bullets - 115 grain full metal jacket (FMJ)
Casings - Berdan-primed steel


This case of Wolf ammo includes 500 rounds of 9mm steel cased ammo featuring a 115 grain full metal jacket projectile. This projectile has a bi-metal jacket which contains steel to help keep the cost of the product low but is then washed with a light coating of copper to reduce bullet wear. Further, these steel cases are coated in a proprietary polymer coating to improve extraction and feeding while also reducing wear on your firearm.

This ammo is a low cost solution to reduce the cost of your favorite hobby helping to keep your skills well honed. This ammo is manufactured in Russia and is berdan-primed, non-corrosive, and non-reloadable.

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Posted On: 1/17/2020 By: LARCH

A: The manufacturer has this listed at 1234 fps.

Posted On: 4/28/2017 By: Fred

A: Hello Fred, This ammunition is loaded with a lead core, bi-metal jacketed projectile. Due to the steel content in the jacket, this ammunition will not pass a magnet test.

Posted On: 10/21/2011 By: Jason

A: No, these cases have a polymer coating which does not melt or cause sticky/gummy chamber issues.

Posted On: 10/21/2011 By: Lisa

A: This ammo comes in a fiberboard box with plastic divider for the individual rounds. It is suitable for storage purposes if used correctly and kept in a cool, dry place away from sources of heat and water/moisture.

Posted On: 10/21/2011 By: Randy Bachman

A: Low materials costs and low labor costs help this ammo sell at a lower price than the competition, yes.

Posted On: 10/21/2011 By: Susan

A: Sorry - because of the nature of ammunition, we are unable to accept returns. It would be best for you to determine exactly what you need before ordering.

Posted On: 10/21/2011 By: John

A: No. The major components of your handgun that contact the case are made from hardened steel or anodized aluminum, both of which have far higher surface hardness levels than the mild steel cases used in this Wolf ammo. Additionally, there are high temperatures and extreme pressures involved in the firing of centerfire pistol ammunition that cause far more wear than the brass or steel cases could ever cause.

Posted On: 10/21/2011 By: Tony Broadway

A: Wolf ammo is made in Russia using steel cases and bimetal jackets. Russian environmental laws and labor costs lead to lower costs for the manufacturer. Federal ammo is made in the USA with brass cases and copper jackets. Environmental, health, etc laws and higher wages/benefits for American workers lead to higher prices.

Posted On: 10/20/2011 By: M. Scott Blalock

A: Steel cased ammo such as this Wolf acts differently in the chamber, allowing some fouling to build up where it would otherwise not do so with brass cased ammo. However, it is fairly easy to remove this fouling with a good chamber brush.

Posted On: 10/20/2011 By: M. Scott Blalock

A: These Wolf 9mm cases are made from steel. They should not be reloaded.

Posted On: 10/20/2011 By: Ryan

A: No, the steel cases used in this Wolf ammo cannot be reloaded.

Posted On: 10/15/2011 By: Joe

A: No, the forces placed on your pistol by the ammunition firing are much greater than the difference between brass and steel. You will wear out many parts before having to worry about the effects of steel cases in your pistol.

Posted On: 10/2/2011 By: Steve

A: Corrosive primer compounds are no longer used in the vast majority of new production ammunition, including this Wolf ammo. Berdan primers are a physical design, not a designation of corrosive compounds being used in the case. These Wolf 9mm cases are primed with lead styphnate primers, which are non-corrosive.

Posted On: 9/29/2011 By: Ben

A: You might consider buying some of the bulk 9mm 115gr +P JHPs. However, practicing with standard pressure ammo and carrying with +P is far better than not practicing at all.

Posted On: 9/28/2011 By: Mike

A: This ammo is loaded with non-corrosive primers.

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