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Old 03-17-2009, 12:19 AM   #1
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Default Fiocchi or Wolf???

I own a Glock 23 and wanted to buy cheap bulk Fiocchi or Wolf fmj before the pice goes up again.
I've never shot either brand in my gun.

Does anyone know which is better with my Glock?

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Old 03-17-2009, 02:12 AM   #2
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YES-- Iam certainly no expert but have had quite a bit of experience the last couple of days with defective firearms. The Foicchi ammo is what I used today to test fire my brand new model 19 Glock.
I fired approximately 500rounds today and the Glock ate it all without so
much as a hiccup. The accuracy was wonderful so long as a shooter that knew what he was doing shot the Glock !
All this comes after I purchased a defective firearm for my CCW class.
I give a thumbs up for the Fiocchi ! NO - the defective firearm was NOT a Glock..........the defective gun has been returned after much consternation !

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I find Fiochi to be of better quality and performance. Shoots a little cleaner too.

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Fiochi. I've shot a few boxes of it and it has been reliable and accurate, plus it has a brass case. I never have and never will allow any wolf in my firearms. The steel cases are worthless for reloading.

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Since I dont reload, I have used both without issue. I buy what ever I can find, which is a nice advantage with Glock pistols, they are not very ammo sensitive.

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Wolf burns dirtier than a dump fire, and you should avoid it at all costs. I've shot 50 rounds of the crap, and won't do it again.

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IMHO Fiocchi is as good as any brand out there. Wolf, not so much. At Midwayusa.com you can often get Magtech on sale lower than Fiocchi.

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Fiocchi is good stuff. I have never shot Wolf in any of my firearms. I don't like the idea of steel cases, soft steel or not.

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Wolf is the greatest ammunition manufactured today. I hear the Secret Service uses it.





Okay, Fiocchi is superior, but also costs more. If you're doing ALOT of shooting, and enjoy cleaning your gun, you can't beat the Russian stuff.

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Wolf is the greatest ammunition manufactured today. I hear the Secret Service use it.
Shhhhh....that was supposed to be a secret

+ 1 for Fiocchi ammo.
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