7.62x39 - 123 Grain HP - WOLF WPA Polyformance - 1000 Rounds
Use of the 7.62x39mm rifle round has expanded broadly since its development in 1943 and adopting in late 1945. Initially an exclusive military round, that has seen service on virtually every continent as either a military or target cartridge, newer commercial firearms have been released in that caliber to explore its obvious qualities for hunting. Such is the purpose of this soft point, 123 grain bullet by Wolf: it exits the muzzle at 2410 ft per sec with over 1550 ft lbs of energy. Ideal for either civil defense or deer and boar hunting, this combines Russian reliability with potent ballistic performance for any need. Further, in a 1000 round case, it provides just enough peace of mind for any potential scenario, even if that is just prepping for the next training day.
Russian mil spec ammunition has a reputation of being inexpensive but reliable. Wolf ammunition is one of the largest and earliest commercial distributor of such rounds, and it is incredibly popular as it is exactly what civilian versions of the AK, as well as old surplus SKS rifles, were designed to shoot. Further, many of the newer bolt action sporting rifles, such as Ruger’s American, are designed to accept these steel, berdan primed, non-reloadable cases.