Wolf Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) 123 Grain 7.62X39 Ammo - 1000 Rounds
Known primarily for its use in SKS and AK variant style rifles, the 7.62x39 ammo is the longest serving intermediate rifle round in the world as well as the most widely used. This is due not only for its massive export to and adoption by Soviet satellite countries during the Cold War, but also for the round’s ability to function in severe environmental circumstances. While replaced by the 5.45x39 round in Russian frontline service, many nations and recreational shooters find the heavier round to still be ideal for their purposes. The 123 grain FMJ round by Wolf exits the muzzle at around 2390 feet per second with 1550 foot pounds of energy. This 1000 round case is ideal for target and range training as well as keeping on hand for emergencies as it is designed along the same parameters as the service round used all over the world.
Wolf Ammunition is best known for being the no frills steel cased, berdan primed, Soviet-esque ammo provider in the US. While initially made at the Russian Tula plant that also provides for the Russian Federation military, Wolf has taken steps and moved production to meet a more varied expectation of recreational shooters, their Gold line for example. Never the less, this steel cased ammunition continues to provide the same dependability for which the 7.62x39 is known.