Is it Okay to shoot Wolf or Tula Ammo through my Beretta 92FS Inox (Italian Model)
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Old 02-19-2013, 11:44 PM   #1
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Default Is it Okay to shoot Wolf or Tula Ammo through my Beretta 92FS Inox (Italian Model)

I love my Beretta 92FS Inox (Italian Model) very much probably my Favorite Handgun out of all the ones i own. I have actually come across 1,000 rds 500 of Tula and 500 of Wolf they are both Grey Steel Cased. I hear that the Steel Cases would scratch up my feed ramp and put damage the rifling of my barrel and other bad reasons. I mean i am Psychotic when it comes to cleaning this Queen of mine I clean it after every time i fire it. So is this true about the Tula and Wolf ammo???????

You guys are aware of the shortage of 9MM right now at stores and online damm ammo hoarders.

By the way i thought this was like a unbelievable deal as well 500 rds of wolf for $89 plus shipping isn't it?

Thank you for your knowledgeable answers.

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Yes. Steel cased ammo won't hurt a thing.
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I shoot brass, aluminum, and steel cased ammo without worry in all my guns.

But the steel I shoot is not laquer coated, it's the Wolf Polyformance stuff. Looks the same as Hornady uses for their steel cased ammo.
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I love my Beretta 92FS Inox (Italian Model) very much probably my Favorite Handgun out of all the ones i own. I have actually come across 1,000 rds 500 of Tula and 500 of Wolf they are both Grey Steel Cased. I hear that the Steel Cases would scratch up my feed ramp and put damage the rifling of my barrel and other bad reasons. I mean i am Psychotic when it comes to cleaning this Queen of mine I clean it after every time i fire it. So is this true about the Tula and Wolf ammo???????

You guys are aware of the shortage of 9MM right now at stores and online damm ammo hoarders.

By the way i thought this was like a unbelievable deal as well 500 rds of wolf for $89 plus shipping isn't it?

Thank you for your knowledgeable answers.
If you can't, send it back.

18 cents per round + shipping is pretty good in the current market.
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Surprised the "debate" hasn't started yet
But as said YES--its safe --
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And you found this where?!
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Wont hurt it. Doesnt matter ir its lacquered cases beretta barrels and chambers are chrome lined
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I didn't mean to imply I had a problem with laquered cases, just that I haven't used 'em.
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