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Old 01-20-2018, 01:32 PM
bch7773 bch7773 is offline
 
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dirty but reliable, and accurate enough
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Old 01-30-2018, 12:27 PM
GB in WY GB in WY is offline
 
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It is a little on the low power side. A little dirty but works in my Inland. Sucks in my Ruger revolver. GB
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Old 01-30-2018, 12:33 PM
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It is a little on the low power side. A little dirty but works in my Inland. Sucks in my Ruger revolver. GB
a BIG 10-4 on that statement Best I have found, after trying LC and Aguila, is the Amscor...easiest to remove from cylinder.
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Old 02-02-2018, 06:21 PM
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Would or have any of you fired any of the stell cased wolf .30 cal carbine ammo in your carbines? I know it's non-corosive but am concerned about the steel cases. Got two boxes, I'm wondering whether to shoot it. Thanks in advance.
Don't be. I tried steel cased ammo during the Great Ammo Shortage several years ago, when the price made it "The Obvious Choice", and all of them, yes every single one, functioned JUST FINE. But it's a little dirty ... soot (you clean your gun, ok?).

Steel cased ammo was even authorized, and produced by the million, by Uncle Sam for M1 carbine. So how bad could it be?

Only problem is ... you can't reload it easily (yes, it IS possible, check this forum!) so you can't recover a portion of your recreational costs by reselling your "brass".


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