Is Wolf ammo always to be avoided, even when used in an AK? I'd be interested in what 7.62 x 39 people recommend for an SAR-1, or other AK.
that gun is made for wolf ammo, your sar will have no problem with that stuff.RM said:Is Wolf ammo always to be avoided, even when used in an AK? I'd be interested in what 7.62 x 39 people recommend for an SAR-1, or other AK.
Wolf is a steel cased round, with a FMJ copper bullet. They coat the thing with laquer to prevent rust, and make it more durable when under harsh conditions. Laquer tends to melt under high heat conditions such as when rapid fireing for and extended period of time. This stuff will tend to coat the chamber and can be cleaned farely easly but is a pain in the field when out there for a day of fun.ashop1al said:I have not shot any Wolf ammo but of have course considered it after seeing the price at several outlets.
One question just to solidify my ignorance: where does the lacquer come from. Is it a coating on the steel case or something used on the inside during the manufacuring process?