223-55 Wolf Performance

223 Remington (5.56x45mm) 55gr FMJ Wolf Performance Ammo 500 rounds in a USGI Surplus .30-Cal M19 Ammo Can

223 Remington (5.56x45mm) 55gr FMJ Wolf Performance Ammo 500 rounds in a USGI Surplus .30-Cal M19 Ammo Can
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Now even better performance! Advanced technology polymer coatings makes WOLF the choice for high volume shooters.  Available in the most popular calibers, the WOLF POLYFORMANCE line makes for a great day at the range/field.

 

Caliber

223 Remington [5.56x45mm]

  • Shoot with confidence and WOLF’s unmatched reliability backed by the industries only 100% Performance Guarantee!!!
  • WOLF ammunition is an excellent choice for high volume target or plate competitions where consistencyaccuracy and reliability are needed shot after shot.
  • WOLF ammunition is 100% non-corrosive and features a Bimetal jacketed projectile which results in less barrel wear and preserves the life of valuable firearms. Wolf Centerfire Pistol Ammunition are available in Standard Military FMJ (Full Metal Jacket)

Grains

55

Jacket

Bimetal

Bullet Type

FMJ [Full Metal Jacket]

Case Type

Polymer Coated Steel

Primer

Berdan

Velocity

3241

Energy

 

 

WOLF ammunition is backed by a 100% PERFORMANCE GUARANTEE

WOLF is the only ammunition company that provides a 100% Performance Guarantee. If you are not fully satisfied, WOLF will refund your money on the unused portion of the ammunition, including and freight charges.

 

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223 Remington (5.56x45mm) 55gr FMJ Wolf Performance Ammo 500 rounds in a USGI Surplus .30-Cal M19 Ammo Can
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223 Remington (5.56x45mm) 55gr FMJ Wolf Performance Ammo 500 rounds in a USGI Surplus .30-Cal M19 Ammo Can
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I give a thumbs up on the Wolf steel case ammo, so far, and who doesn’t like military surplus ammo cans? You get what you pay for with steel case ammo and it comes with issues, it’s dirty and not all guns tolerances will accept it. Fortunately my Ruger 556 MPR will shoot it (and so will my 9mm M&P). Out of the first two mags (30 rounds each) I had one fte, which popped out easily enough with a cleaning rod and I was able to continue shooting. I actually expected more and have a bolt carrier group spring upgrade handy in case I need it. It’s hard to find affordable, in stock ammo so I’m grateful for Wolf