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There are generally two types of ammunition: the kind you want to enjoy as soon as possible, and the kind you hope you never have to fire. Range and hunting rounds fall into the former category, while self-defense ammo falls in the latter (unless you train with it). You can put this 7.62x39 ammo by Wolf in the latter category too, if you like, because it’s hermetically sealed in a spam can. It’ll stay fresh and ready to fire for the rest of your lifetime -- which might just become longer as the result of your having 700 AK-47 rounds ready to go at a moment’s notice.

This ammo is steel cased, so it’s considerably more affordable than the brass cased variety. The casings’ polymer coatings aid them on their path from magazine to ground, and they’ll guard against corrosion should you ever have to emancipate them from the safety of their spam can. These rounds’ 124 grain full metal jacketed projectiles aren’t exactly ideal for self-defense applications, but given a choice you’d most certainly take them over nothing. If you’re preparation-minded and you own an AK or SKS, this can begs to be stowed somewhere on your property!

Manufacturer Wolf
Condition New
Bullet Weight 124 Grain
Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
Use Type Range Training
Ammo Casing Steel
Quantity 700
Ammo Caliber 7.62X39
Primer Type Berdan
Muzzle Velocity (fps) 2402
Attracts Magnet Yes
UPC Barcode 645611300608
Cost Per Round 21.4¢ per round

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You're paying more for just the spam can. You can get 1000 Wolf steel cased for like 180

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Spam can?? Woupd be sweet to have a lil chunk of meat in there when you open this thing up. Slice it thin, fry it up your good to go shootin.

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For people who think the 100 year shelf life of modern ammo stored correctly isn’t enough time.

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