Cabelas For .45 Acp?

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    Cabelas For .45 Acp?

    What do you all think of the 300 count ammo can of 230gr fmj for practice,decent deal or not? $84.00. THANKS. SJ


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    no, not really. It comes out to 14.00 per box of 50. The public range sells for cheaper than that.

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    Magtech is a better deal. I get all my ammo from them. With the Cableas credit card, and points, shipping works out to about $0.
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    Is the Cabela's load jacketed or lead ? Remember the shipping on a heavy item.

    I do not feel that you would save over a "good deal" at a gunshow or even Wally World. ------

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    so far the cheapest I've found is the old wally world store. sj

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    Quote Originally Posted by sjones View Post
    What do you all think of the 300 count ammo can of 230gr fmj for practice,decent deal or not? $84.00. THANKS. SJ
    i got 500rnds of wolf 230gr fmj poly-coated steel case for $99 delivered to my door. its great practice ammo. i had no issues with this ammo.

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    I don't care for Wolf ammo, I tried them once with my HK and I got a couple FTF. Now I have never had any failures with any other ammo. Also the when I fired it didn't feel right, like it was weak or something. I checked the casings on the ground just for the hell of it and in a couple of the casings were cracked. I checked the rest of the unfired ammo along with one of the range masters and we found a hairline crack in one of the unfired casings. I disposed of the rest of the ammo that I had which was approx. 300. Wolf is very cheaply made that I will not purchase again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RSSZ View Post
    Is the Cabela's load jacketed or lead ? Remember the shipping on a heavy item.

    I do not feel that you would save over a "good deal" at a gunshow or even Wally World. ------
    Your right about shipping being a factor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jowgafist View Post
    I don't care for Wolf ammo, I tried them once with my HK and I got a couple FTF. Now I have never had any failures with any other ammo. Also the when I fired it didn't feel right, like it was weak or something. I checked the casings on the ground just for the hell of it and in a couple of the casings were cracked. I checked the rest of the unfired ammo along with one of the range masters and we found a hairline crack in one of the unfired casings. I disposed of the rest of the ammo that I had which was approx. 300. Wolf is very cheaply made that I will not purchase again.
    must have been a bad batch. all the Wolf stuff i got worked 100% with no casing or feed issues.

    was the stuff you had poly-coated steel case?

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