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Old 06-18-2012, 05:34 PM   #21
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We just finished off the last of 7500 rounds of Wolf 9mm with no problems. We have also run several thousand rounds of 7.62x39, and .223/5.56 through the rifles with no problems, simply fire and forget, because they are going to get cleaned when we go in anyway.

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Exactly.. Hate it when people say something sucks or is horrible, without stating " in my experience ". Cause theres 1000s more that in their experience it works fine and no complaints..
I love WWB, i have no complaints with it
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I love WWB, i have no complaints with it
That's all I use in my new High Standard. It's the cheapest brass at Academy and it allows me to reload it
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Just take a hammer & tap those two down a bit ----

NO! WAIT!!!!!! ----------------------
The two on the right is good. The 5 on the left has the wrong bullets in the 9mm cases.
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The two on the right is good. The 5 on the left has the wrong bullets in the 9mm cases.
Are those .380 bullets in it?
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I really liked the WWB 40sw 165 FMJFNs.

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Are those .380 bullets in it?
Either that or 38/357 125s.
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The two on the right is good. The 5 on the left has the wrong bullets in the 9mm cases.
That do make a difference
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I'm wondering, Hoss, if those long ones might have double powder charges in them.......?? I'd be tempted to pull them boolits just for s&g, I wouldnt risk firing them.

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I'm wondering, Hoss, if those long ones might have double powder charges in them.......?? I'd be tempted to pull them boolits just for s&g, I wouldnt risk firing them.
They do look like they're not fully seated- Thats why I picked them as the culls
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