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Old 12-09-2009, 08:51 PM   #11
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There is Not one damn thing wrong with wolf ammo!!!

What you need is a mag that can handle any ammo, not big $ Hampton Long Island, range only, ammo!

Check out Tripp Research AR MAG webb section, canebrake says you will be taken care of!

This steel stuff shoots straight and is a real value in my opinion!

If our LI gun refuses to shoot Ruski Ammo, You deserve to DIE!
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There is Not one damn thing wrong with wolf ammo!!!

What you need is a mag that can handle any ammo, not big $ Hampton Long Island, range only, ammo!

Check out Tripp Research AR MAG webb section, canebrake says you will be taken care of!

This steel stuff shoots straight and is a real value in my opinion!

If our LI gun refuses to shoot Ruski Ammo, You deserve to DIE!
Never had a problem feeding, ejecting, or getting rounds on target with Wolf. However, in the one AR that I did run a lot of Wolf through I noticed significant wear in the chamber over other ARs I had in the past where I only ran brass.

Never had the same problem in Aks. One gentleman explained it as the tighter tolerances in the AR. Don't know if that is BS.
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Eye Heart Wolf!
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uhmmmm.... +1, too.
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I think everyone should buy a 1,000 rounds of Wolf. Then try it out in their ARs. If anyone then has a problem and is not satisfied with it, then they can ship the unused ammo to me for disposal. Just trying to do my part!

Seriously, the Wolf works fine in both my AR's, but it would not cycle in my brother's Bushy.
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I think everyone should buy a 1,000 rounds of Wolf. Then try it out in their ARs. If anyone then has a problem and is not satisfied with it, then they can ship the unused ammo to me for disposal. Just trying to do my part!

Seriously, the Wolf works fine in both my AR's, but it would not cycle in my brother's Bushy.
Or just keep the ammo and ship the AR to ME!
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Can you even own an AR in New Jersey?
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I think everyone should buy a 1,000 rounds of Wolf. Then try it out in their ARs. If anyone then has a problem and is not satisfied with it, then they can ship the unused ammo to me for disposal. Just trying to do my part!
Thanks T-X, you one helpful guy. Joe
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Actually...Wolf is one of the few ammo mfg'ers out there who give you a 100% money back guarantee on any unused ammo

So, it's like a no-brainer to try it, and see for yourself if it works well in your particular gun/guns or not. If not, send it back to them, they even pay shipping.

WOLF is the only ammunition company that provides a 100% Performance Guarantee. If you are not fully satisfied, WOLF will refund your money on the unused portion of the ammunition, including and freight charges.

Wolf Ammo

Now if the price of the Wolf Gold ammo would come back down, that is some pretty good ammo

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I've never used it, and I'm not gonna bash it. But from what I've heard, and it's just that, what I've heard, not experienced, so it could be totally wrong, that the steel cases don't expand as well and therefore don't get the same seal as brass, and this can cause extra chamber and bolt wear. Whether this is true or not, I'm not sure. But there are two reasons I don't use it, that is one, the other is that I'm saving up brass for when I start reloading. Plus PMC isn't that much more than Wolf.

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Can you even own an AR in New Jersey?
Yes, ARs are legal in NJ but they are restricted to post ban configurations. The 94 AWB was based on existing NJ laws.

We are also restricted to max 15 rnd mags...rifle and handgun.
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