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Old 05-20-2012, 03:28 AM   #11
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If it soesn't run with Wolf, there's wrong with the gun.

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My delton has shot everything.

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Both my PSAs and my spikes runs wolf , tula or what ever else you can shove in it . No issues here and at less than $5 a box its pretty hard to beat , If my guns wont run it I know I have a gun problem , out of spec chamber, mag prob, too heavy buffer , is usually the first 3 that come to mind . If they wont run it I will move it on and get something else that will

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I must respectfully disagree.

Wolf is qulality ammo. If it doesn't run with Wolf, there
is something wrong with the weapon.

Holding a Glock a certain way??????

Hell, limp wrist any semi-auto, 1911, S&W, CZ whatever and it won't function.

That's why we teach proper hold in the classroon.
wolf quality ammo.. well I guess...really Ok. I'll check into that.

so you think and internal striker and an external hammer/transfer system is the same...

The point I was making is this. You get the result you are looking for when you want to prove you are correct.

I bet you are a great shooter... I could teach you a thing or two about science and machinery.


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wolf quality ammo.. well I guess...really Ok. I'll check into that.

so you think and internal striker and an external hammer/transfer system is the same...

The point I was making is this. You get the result you are looking for when you want to prove you are correct.

I bet you are a great shooter... I could teach you a thing or two about science and machinery.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jh9JhCyFFxA&feature=relmfu

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fsewsolPyBU
How about physics? Forget about internal striker vs. external hammer, it stands to reason that a 38oz 5906 might cycle better limp wristed than a 21oz G17. And what does this have to do with steel case ammo anyway?
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How about physics? Forget about internal striker vs. external hammer, it stands to reason that a 38oz 5906 might cycle better limp wristed than a 21oz G17. And what does this have to do with steel case ammo anyway?
dwell. case expansion and contraction are factors in dwell. add some heat..even the slight cooling difference between waiting one second between shots and dumping a magazine... it matters alot.
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dwell. case expansion and contraction are factors in dwell. add some heat..even the slight cooling difference between waiting one second between shots and dumping a magazine... it matters alot.
It matters for who? Non issue in my experience even in classes. I was in a class Sat morning. I brought out the 16" midlenght this time. Even the 14.5" midlengths run smooth as silk. Waiting 5 sec b/w rounds or less than a sec. Mag dumps, double taps, controlled pairs, whatever. Maybe I've been extremely lucky.
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dwell. case expansion and contraction are factors in dwell. add some heat..even the slight cooling difference between waiting one second between shots and dumping a magazine... it matters alot.
Is that a reply to my post? I thought you were talking physics and inertia.
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My DD eats Wolf but spits Tula. Dont know why ;(. Since they are both cheap & Russian made...
Meant to ask earlier, what's the problem with Tula? Stuck cases?
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Just bought 500 rds both of my AR eat them but my mini chokes on them. Go figure

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