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There have been several posts about Wolf pistol ammo in the past. People have said that the lacquer on the cases can melt and gum up the chamber of the pistol. I can not see how that would occur, one, normally, does not have magazines large enough to hold enough low pressure pistol ammo to heat the chambers hot enough.

Others have said that they had misfires with Wolf ammo, I have not had any problems with it. I have fired a little over 500 rounds of the .45. I like it because I don't feel obligated to hunt for the empties so they can be reloaded. Now Boxer primed brass cases are another story.


I have a friend that has fired 1,000's of rounds of Wolf .45 through his Thompsons and 1911's. he has even reloaded the stuff - one factory shot and one reload shot and the case is history.

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