Wolf .223 Remington soft point ammunition is a new product from the Wolf Performance Ammunition "Military Classic" line. Many suppliers of low-priced ammunition often use corrosive primers to bring down their manufacturing costs. Wolf Performance Ammunition utilizes only non-corrosive Berdan primers. Manufactured in Russia at the Barnaul Cartridge Plant, each box of Wolf .223 Remington soft point ammunition contains 20 rounds of non-corrosive, steel-cased cartridges. Each cartridge contains a 62gr, soft point bullet, which maximizes tissue damage but, unlike hollow point, features an uncontrolled penetration. Additionally, each cartridge features a polymer coating in an effort to not only provide enhanced protection against rust and corrosion, but to ensure smooth feeding and extraction as well.
Almost all Wolf Performance Ammunition utilize steel cases, which serves to drive the price down without sacrificing performance. And with prices like these, now is the perfect time to build a stockpile of Wolf .223 Remington soft point ammunition. With the manufacturer's performance guarantee, there is no reason not to try it. Consider this ammunition for any of the following:
- Target shooting
- Sport shooting
- Law enforcement
- Small-game hunting
- Much more…
You may also be pleased to hear that Wolf Performance Ammunition is backed by a 100 percent performance guarantee, which is offered by the manufacturer. Any dissatisfaction will result in the refund of your money for the unused portion of ammunition. For details, visit the official site of Wolf Performance Ammunition.
A soft-point bullet is an expanding projectile not unlike a hollow point. Soft points are semi-jacketed bullets with an exposed tip, which is intended to expand upon impact. Jacketed bullets came into being after cordite was introduced as a propellant and caused significant fouling. Leaving the tip of the bullet exposed provided for decreased fouling while also allowing the bullet to maintain its ability to expand upon impact. Soft points are not as popular as hollow points because they expand at a slower rate and do not boast the same controlled penetration as hollow points.