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    Wolf Primers

    Anybody has any experience with them? As usual I hear that they are no good-they are the best thing, they are corrosive - No they are not corrosive, they are hard - no they are fine.

    I know price-wise they are cheap.
    You have to make the shot when fire is smoking, people are screaming, dogs are barking, kids are crying and sirens are coming.
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    A lot of guys on Glocktalk use them with great results. I have no personal experience with them. If the primer goes bang, I'm happy.

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    Miggy,
    How much is cheap? Just curious.

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    Didn't know they did primers!!

    I'd say that anything modern pretty much has to be non-corrosive tho. For plinking at least - I'll try about anything (cheapskate that I am!).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arkhangel View Post
    Miggy,
    How much is cheap? Just curious.

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    Powder Valley has Wolf small pistol for $19/K & $90 for 5K
    You have to make the shot when fire is smoking, people are screaming, dogs are barking, kids are crying and sirens are coming.
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    Quote Originally Posted by P95Carry View Post
    Didn't know they did primers!!

    I'd say that anything modern pretty much has to be non-corrosive tho. For plinking at least - I'll try about anything (cheapskate that I am!).
    You are starting to sound like ye background is from the Highlands
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    Price seems good, don't forget that if you order them online, there is a hazardous materials charge that might make it just as cost effective to buy them from a local gun shop that sells reloading equipment. That's what I do. I have a dealer acct with Midway, and they still add $20 to the order if I have 100 or 10K primers, you'd have to order a ton to make it work out.

    I'm with Chris, anything made now adays should be non corrosive, their ammo is listed as non corrosive, I imagine they would use the same primers in their ammo that they sell for reloading.

    as far as reliability, Only loaded ammo, and about 1K and no failures to go bang, Not one.
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