VIDEO OF THE WEEK: The Truth About Wolf Ammo

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  1. Excellent information! I avoided buying Wolf because of bad online reviews. My wife paid a fortune (about a grand!) for 1000 rounds of Wolf ammo in the height of last year’s bullet shortage. She was so proud of herself “Honey, I found some .223 ammo and ordered 2 500 round boxes”! When I looked at the bill she printed, I told her “Don’t hop on these deals until to you talk to me”. I had just purchased 840 rounds of brass cased, .223 tracer for less than $400. Which reminds me, I NEVER RECEIVED A REPLY from Colt, Bushmaster, STAG Arms or Daniel Defense! I wrote to them all to ask what the LOWEST ratio of tracer to FMJ rounds was to prevent damage to the interior the barrel. We loaded every 4 or 5 rounds as a tracer in the Army. I loaded 3 consecutive tracers in the magazine during combat operations, so I would be tipped off when it was time to change magazines. There are some situations where you don’t want to be fumbling around trying to find another mag!

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