Wolf Performance 223 Remington 55 Grain FMJ Steel - Case of 1000 Rounds

Wolf Performance 223 Remington 55 Grain FMJ Steel - Case of 1000 Rounds

Manufacturer - TulAmmo Cartridge Company

Bullet - 55 Grain Bi-Metal Jacket

Case - Steel

Use - Range / Target

Quantity - 20 Rounds Per Box, 1,000 Rounds Per Case

Manufactured by Wolf, Performance is produced in Russia. Performance is steel-cased, berdan-primed, non-corrosive, and is non-reloadable. 


Wolf Performance 55 Grain FMJ

Caliber

223 Remington

Bullet Weight

55 Grain

Bullet Type

Bi-Metal Jacket

Case

Steel

Primer

Berdan

Use

Range / Target

Muzzle Velocity

3,241 fps

Muzzle Energy

1,283 ft lbs

Customer Reviews

Based on 149 reviews
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(141)
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J
James Voiland
Thank you

Have ordered several times, all orders perfect and arrived very quickly.

Thank you

R
Robert Freeman

223 Rem - Wolf Performance 55 Gr. FMJ 1000 rds. Steel Case

C
Charles Beitel
Great place to buy from

Ordered on Wednesday morning and received Friday afternoon. These folks dont fool around. I will continue to order from them. Great job!

D
Daniel Rios

223 Rem - Wolf Performance 55 Gr. FMJ 1000 rds. Steel Case

J
Jacob Lewis
Great customer service!

Recently purchased 1000 rds of budget ammo for my budget build. I have a Palmetto State 16” in 5.56, mid length gas system, and A2 type rifle length buffer. At the time I believed I was purchasing Wolf that had been sourced through Barnaul, and only realized that it was manufactured by Tulammo after it arrived(crazy fast shipping I might add). I contacted customer support and the owner reached out to me to apologize for the mistake, and to assure me that if I wasn’t satisfied with the product they would make it right. The ammo ended up running flawlessly in my particular setup, and I will be supporting Velocity with all my future ammo purchases simply for the way they handle customer service.
For anyone out there desperately trying to find a shred of informed truth about whether Steelcase works in your rifle, here’s what I have learned.
1. Tulammo, Barnaul, Wolf… etc, they’re all roughly the same under the packaging. Dirty, smelly, cheap, functional ammo.
2. All of these steelcase brands can be run through a properly maintained and tuned rifle with no problems.
3. The big things to look for to determine whether your rifle will run steel without upgrades are: a 5.56 chamber instead of .223, a mid-length or shorter gas system to handle lighter powder loads, a lighter buffer assembly to help the bolt fully cycle, and a crap ton of synthetic lube. This was the setup I used, and I have not encountered a single failure yet.

Customer Reviews

Based on 149 reviews
95%
(141)
5%
(7)
1%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
J
James Voiland
Thank you

Have ordered several times, all orders perfect and arrived very quickly.

Thank you

R
Robert Freeman

223 Rem - Wolf Performance 55 Gr. FMJ 1000 rds. Steel Case

C
Charles Beitel
Great place to buy from

Ordered on Wednesday morning and received Friday afternoon. These folks dont fool around. I will continue to order from them. Great job!

D
Daniel Rios

223 Rem - Wolf Performance 55 Gr. FMJ 1000 rds. Steel Case

J
Jacob Lewis
Great customer service!

Recently purchased 1000 rds of budget ammo for my budget build. I have a Palmetto State 16” in 5.56, mid length gas system, and A2 type rifle length buffer. At the time I believed I was purchasing Wolf that had been sourced through Barnaul, and only realized that it was manufactured by Tulammo after it arrived(crazy fast shipping I might add). I contacted customer support and the owner reached out to me to apologize for the mistake, and to assure me that if I wasn’t satisfied with the product they would make it right. The ammo ended up running flawlessly in my particular setup, and I will be supporting Velocity with all my future ammo purchases simply for the way they handle customer service.
For anyone out there desperately trying to find a shred of informed truth about whether Steelcase works in your rifle, here’s what I have learned.
1. Tulammo, Barnaul, Wolf… etc, they’re all roughly the same under the packaging. Dirty, smelly, cheap, functional ammo.
2. All of these steelcase brands can be run through a properly maintained and tuned rifle with no problems.
3. The big things to look for to determine whether your rifle will run steel without upgrades are: a 5.56 chamber instead of .223, a mid-length or shorter gas system to handle lighter powder loads, a lighter buffer assembly to help the bolt fully cycle, and a crap ton of synthetic lube. This was the setup I used, and I have not encountered a single failure yet.