The long awaited Wolf Ammunition 300 blackout is finally here! We tested out the 145 grain Full Metal Jacket ammunition through our full auto short barreled rifle, and suppressed through a Sig MCX. This new steel ammo ran flawlessly through all three tests with one caveat, we had to use 300 blackout magazines. When we shot through Magpul Pmags chambered in 556 the product hung up and would jam. But we were able to determine that this was 100% a magazine issue, not an ammunition issue. We have confirmed that Wolf is coming out with 200 grain subsonic that should be available in mid-2020. All in all, we loved this ammo and think it will change the 300 blackout market as it will make shooting so much cheaper than brass! Check out the full review below:

2 Comments

  • Stan Hauke
    Posted May 5, 2020 5:08 pm

    I’ve shied away from steel-cased ammo because of concerns about the cases scratching/etching the bore and chamber. You’ve obviously shot a lot of this stuff in testing. Any inspections done to checked for bore or chamber damage ? Thanks.

    • Kyle Read
      Posted May 6, 2020 2:31 pm

      Stan!
      Thank you for your question. We have not done any x-ray or micrometer testing but the manufactures have assured us that there is no more wear than brass until you get into the 15,000-20,000 round count, but at that point your barrel is likely shot either way. We all shoot the steel product for outdoor pinking because its roughly 30% less cost than brass and with the savings we can buy new guns! I hope that helps answer your question. If not, feel free to give us a call at (888)736-6587.

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