1000rds – 7.62x39 Wolf Copper Jacket 122gr. FMJ Ammo

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Wolf Ammunition 122 Grain Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) Ammo Details

When indoor ranges ban “magnetic” ammunition, they’re typically not referring to that ammo’s cases. They’re prohibiting people from firing bimetal jacket bullets, which contain steel that could create sparks, cause a ricochet, or damage range equipment.

Steel-cased ammo like Wolf’s is commonly loaded with magnetic bullets – but not always. Take this special 7.62x39 ammo, for example. Although it is still loaded with Wolf’s regular steel cases, its 122 grain FMJ projectiles are 100% steel-free and will not attract a magnet. That’s awesome if you want to embrace the economical power of steel cases at a range which takes issue with bimetal jacket bullets!

Steel cases make ammo more affordable by letting you avoid having to pay for so much expensive brass. Wolf coats their steel cases in low-friction polymer to enhance functionality in semi-automatic firearms, and loads them with non-corrosive Berdan primers. The main downside? Berdan-primed steel cases are practically impossible to reload, so this ammo is making a one-way trip through your rifle.
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