Discussion in 'On Topic' started by Paul Revere, Apr 24, 2008.
[was delivered to me today ]
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now go kill some shit with it, prove the "deadly."
Or be a pussy and don't
Where did you buy it from? Price? I'm surprised Cali lets you buy that shit.
This shit's dangerous. I heard it can go in your foot and exit out your shoulder.
"cop killer" bullets
ammunition to go
$75/150 + shipping.
no, bro. thats what my wolf bullets are for, bro.
wolves on bullets? shit could shoot down an airplane, man
fuck I will never run that crap through my guns.
hey, you have the same keyboard as i do
I rather have a pitbull than a wolve on my bullets.
Wolf ammo is not all the same.
Wolf centerfire pistol ammo is crap.
Wolf rifle ammo is either crap or ok depending on who you ask. The steel case stuff is garbage and hard on your extractor (unless it's a AK). The polymor case (223) I hear is ok, but I don't like them and it doesn't shoot moa in my AR.
The wolf shotgun ammo is pretty good. The slugs are fairly decent and I hear the buckshot is OK too. I shoot the slugs for 3 gun.
Now the .22lr wolf ammo is the good shit. It's rebranded german stuff that the german team used in the olympics and it's priced accordingly. Not the most expensive 22lr ammo but it sure is not bulk ammo ($40+/brick). This stuff shoots super consistant and if you want to shoot your 22 rifles for groups give this stuff a try.
Regarding defensive ammo....
I advise you go shoot all 150 rounds of that ammo to test functionality in your gun. Some guns have problems with certain hollowpoints. Your going to want to check for proper feeding, and cycling during rapid fire. Your going to want to check point of impact between your defense ammo and your practice ammo. Ideally your defense and practice ammo should have the same point of impact so that your sights and your index work for both. Your not doing yourself much of a favor by shooting hot defensive loads then powder puff practice loads.
To check point of impact I load the ammo in pairs in the mag. One defensive then one practice. One pair per mag. Then I shoot the pairs slow fire controled pairs at 7, 15, and 25 yards. I'm looking for one hole at 7, one inch at 15, and no more than 4" at 25 but those are my shooting standards
I always looked at wolf ammo like this: .22LR and shotshells: Perfectly fine. They are made in Germany afterall. For centerfire rounds: If it was originally an eastern-bloc round (5.45, 7.62x39, 9x18, etc), I'll shoot it. If not, (.308, .223, etc), Then I wont.
So cheap ammo is bad, but cheap parts are good?
pot2-36703276 runs airsoft rails on his AR15 and swears its just as good as the real stuff
From the call out thread or some other one, he was defending the use of crap airsoft rails on his rifle.
edit: not just defending, but pushing the idea.
no, i think defending the use of it is correct. he was saying how to him, it was just as good
I got federal tactial 9mm today.
i like my 45 more than my 9mm