wolf question

wolf question

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    wolf question

    wolf ammo
    its cheap (145 per 500 rounds of .223 from cabelas)
    im planning to shoot it out of an AK type rifle, the Arsenal SLR-106F
    is wolf good for the upper end AKs?


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    While some people tend to bash Wolf ammo, I feel it isn't bad for you guns. I have ran Wolf thru 2 AR's with no problems. as long as you clean your gun well after hitting the range I foresee no problems.
    The casing is soft steel, and the polymer coating doesn't seem to build up like the old lacquer coated stuff(which gave me no problems either).
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    I'm still shooting some 9mm Wolf that I picked up for $.27 per 5000 shots, or something like that...Let's just say it was CHEAP!

    Anyway, it was pretty dirty stuff, but I took the time to 'clean' each individual shell and them repack them...that made a big difference.

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    I haven't had a problem with Wolf in 9mm, or .308.

    The .30carbine didn't have enough power to always work the action so I don't use it anymore.

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    I shoot a fair amount of the stuff. Unless you reload, it s hard to beat the price. I guess the only problem is that you can't reload it...
    I think I have about eight cases of the stuff left in various calibers waiting to be used. Ive never had a problem with it.
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