308 - 145 Grain FMJ - Wolf WPA Polyformance - 500 Rounds for Sale
Wolf WPA Polyformance 308 Win ammunition is a great option for shooters looking for a more cost effective way to train. This rugged ammunition is made in the heart of Russia. Steel cased ammunition is more cost effective than brass … read more
308 - 145 Grain FMJ - Wolf WPA Polyformance - 500 Rounds Comparisons
308 - 145 Grain FMJ - Wolf WPA Polyformance - 500 Rounds Reviews
HK SlapJuly 26, 2021
Broke in my PTR 91 with this ammo. It got the job done.
Broke my PTR 91 with this ammo. It works.
wade007August 17, 2020
positively great practice material and family time plinkin.
Good enough for government work / plinkin.
MikeMay 14, 2018
Great Ammo for Practice
This ammo has ran flawlessly through my Ar10 so far. I have put about 150rnds downrange. I have read places that the BC is about 0.38- 0.4 so it is not match grade ammo by any means. However, this seems to be great for shots within 300 yds. If you are thinking about getting some cheap 308 ammo, get this and not the Tula 150 grain ammo as that stuff sent flyers everywhere in my gun,… read more unlike this.
TrevasaurusWrecksSeptember 10, 2016
quality ammo, phenomenal price
Purchased a case of 500 rounds to let my son use in my Savage Scout. We didn't burn out the box, but made a solid dent in it, and had zero issues. Solid groups at 150, 250, and 425 meters (that's how my "range" is set up). That evening, I was pleasantly surprised to see that the barrel, chamber and bolt were cleaner than I expected. Granted these are steel cased, and steel… read more cored, so public range shooting could prove to be troublesome, and id not hunt with these either - unless in a pinch - but good ammo for the price. I'll be stocking up shortly.
Rompin RoosterAugust 31, 2016
Great Ammo, Great Price
This is the best ammo you can use in your 308. Goes bang every time feeds and ejects wonderfully Dead on accurate at 400, 500, and 600 yards. My 762 Ruger loves it as much as I do. It told me so 2 nights ago. Very CLEAN AMMO also. I didn't even need to clean gun after running 250 rounds through it.
ChemoOctober 31, 2012
Great target ammo
I bought 500 rounds of Wolf to try out my new FNH SPR A1 and to have enough to keep on reserve. Obviously Wolf is not match ammo but I was able to shoot 1.5 inch groups at 100 yards and 3-4 inch groups at 300. A better shooter may have been able to do better. I also keep a reserve of Wolf 5.56 and .40.
streetmedicOctober 31, 2012
great price and performance
great price and shoots great. i see dead zombies in my future
cdrAugust 26, 2012
My socom eats this stuff up and spits it out flawlessly. Decent accuracy for a light bullet weight. I recoomended this to my friend who reguarly shoots a socom and a scout squad. Lotta fun for a low price.
DaveAugust 20, 2012
Breaking in new gun.
Picked up my new pistol, (yup handgun) and ran 5, 20 rnd mags as fast as I could into a 20"x40" target at 25 yards. After a little "cooling off peroid" 100 more down range. No failures to feed or extract. went "bang" every time. Target and target frame had a bad day. I will check for accuracy at 50 & 100 yards next time out.
308 - 145 Grain FMJ - Wolf WPA Polyformance - 500 Rounds Variations
308 - 145 Grain FMJ - Wolf WPA Polyformance - 500 Rounds Questions and Answers
Kind folks, is there a standard barrel length used for muzzle velocities? And two, any recommended twist rate for 145 ish bullet weight. I recently aquired a need to feed a tavor7 16.5" barrel with 1:12 twist.
Thanks for reaching out James! That's a contentious topic in the ammo world Ã¢â‚¬â€œ we take muzzle velocity data from the ammo manufacturers themselves, although they rarely include the length of the barrel they used to record their data. I just wrote a
Will my 7.62x51 handle this 308 - 145 Grain FMJ - Wolf WPA Polyformance Thank you.
Thanks for reaching out Rob! A 7.62x51 rifle can fire 308 Win ammo, but I want you to know a couple things before you order. First, while the two cartridges share virtually identical dimensions, the commercial 308 Win is loaded a little "hotter" than
What problems would I have, if any, when shooting WPA Polyformance .308 rounds out of a fluted chamber (PTR-91)? Are there issues of the steel casing not expanding enough to seal the chamber allowing too much blow back gas resulting in short recoil and j
Hi Eric! It's my understanding that steel cased ammo is actually great for a PTR-91 because the casing expands less. There was a forum post on calguns.net a few years ago that addressed your very question, and the consenus was that steel cases are better
Is this steel core ammo?
Hello Dusty, This Wolf ammunition is loaded with a lead core, bi-metal jacket projectile. Due to the steel content in the jacket, this ammunition will not pass any type of magnet test.