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Greetings everybody. My name is Rock, I'm excited as hell about my recent purchase of a Glock 23C. I wish I could run down to the local Walmart for ammo unfortunately I live in gun-restrictive New Jersey so that ain't going to happen. I wound up purchasing 2 bricks of Wolf ammo which I'll be using at the range today. Your thoughts on this ammor would be very much appreciated.

In anycase, my wife is more excited about my Glock than I am which I think is just HOT!! When she picked it up and handled it I almost busted a nut. Can't wait for her to shoot it.
 

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Hey Rock - welcome to the forums!

I've only used Wolf a couple times a couple years ago - but I remember it being real dirty... you're going to be doing some cleaning tonight after shooting ;) Didn't have any issues firing/loading or anything..

Have fun at the range today!
 

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I am not a fan of wolf ammo. But I guess if that is all you have enjoy
 

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Im going to completely agree with Rob on this one, Wolf ammo is pretty dirty but I have never had any problems shooting it in any gun that Ive used it in. That bieng said I havnt shot any through my Glock (moved not too long ago and local range wont allow Wolf ammo) so im not sure how much help im bieng.
 

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Its already been said before. But yes the wolf ammo is dirty. However, I have used it before in my AR but never my Glocks. That being said I wouldnt think it your Glock would have a problem chewin it up. Glocks have alot of tolerence in their parts. Let us know how it goes tho.
 

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It's ammo, it's dirty. Saying one is more dirty then the other is like saying one type of mud is easier to clean off the carpet then another...either way you're cleaning it.

Or just don't clean it...
Have you ever shot wolf ammo before? It is alot more dirty than say winchester or remington.
 

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Never shot any Wolf ammo before, and Id rather use Winchester or Remington.
 

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RTBA, if that's all you can get your hands on, go on and run it IMO. If you don't shoot it you just have a really fancy paper weight!
Also sounds like you might be buying another glock in the near future for you Bride too!!!!!

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i stay away from it and on my last range day, a friend had so many wolf rounds stuck in the chamber of his 223, that needed a cleaning rod to remove, that he put it in the carrying case and threw the remaining rounds in the trash.
 

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i stay away from it and on my last range day, a friend had so many wolf rounds stuck in the chamber of his 223, that needed a cleaning rod to remove, that he put it in the carrying case and threw the remaining rounds in the trash.
He needs to have his chamber reamed. Every AR I've seen that chokes on Wolf has a tight chamber. It's a cheap and easy fix if you know someone with a reamer.

I've probably put 3 cases of it through my AR this year alone. No issues at all, and I a lot of high volume shooting. 1200 rounds of Wolf in a one day class with zero issues...and the gun was getting HOT during the day.
 
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