Originally Posted by hockeyjr1
Ok I get it u guys have had no problems.. There are many guys out there that have has problems and u are pushin them to the side. I sure my gun could shoot wolf or bear ammo but I just don't want to... He said at 4:25 that info I stated before so If u shoot wolf and run out of in when stuff is happening u gotta take a 10 min brake somehow and get your gun cleaned for u to shoot any brass in your house...
Idc anymore cuz no one is actually listening to me so ahead and shoot wolf and the first case that sticks or somthing goes wrong I'll be that guy that always is in the back golf your head that is saying a told ya so..
So you're 20 and know everything? Yeah right. You seem to know ARs about as well as you know the English language.
Funny how you're backing off now and trying to turn this around that Wolf is no good for self defense. Did anyone here say use it for serious business? No, the thread is about cheap ammo and when that subject comes up you have to look at steel case.
Now as MJ said, guys do use steel case in carbine classes so that is fairly serious use but at least no one's shooting back at you. You expect, in fact want, malfunctions during training and you must get good at clearing them. I always carry a screw together GI-issue cleaning rod in my range bag, most people do much the same.
As far as saying "told ya so" if you had a rifle go down with a stuck case at a bad time would you be screwing together a cleaning rod?
Or would you be going to your secondary weapon most Rikki-Tik as we used to say!
The biggest issue with assembling an AR isn't so much getting the parts together right - it's getting the right parts together.
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