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    Default Wolf Primers

    Anyone using them? There going for 90 dollars for 5000.
    Just wondering if there any good

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    Default Re: Wolf Primers

    BTT

    I want to know, too.

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    Default Re: Wolf Primers

    Did a search at some of the reloading boards...not much info out there.

    Hell, I will give them a try if I can get a hold of some, haven't seen any for sale though. Where did you see them at?
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    Default Re: Wolf Primers

    Yeah, where are you seeing these things?
    Wolf has always been dirty but I've never had a FTF with any of it. As long as they are noncorrosive they should at least be OK for practice loads.

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    Default Re: Wolf Primers

    Go to AR15.com on the reloading board,several people have used them and recommend them. NOTE: I HAVE NOT,JUST READ ABOUT THEM. I intend to get some from Wideners after Santa leaves. Now I need to finish cleaning so I (Santa) can buy my son a bicycle.
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    Default Re: Wolf Primers

    I have never used them, I use CCI and Federal, but I've they are just as good as the more expensive ones!
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    Default Re: Wolf Primers

    I have 4700 of these left and about 20% of them will not fire. "WOLF provides a 100% Performance Guarantee. If you are not fully satisfied with any of our products WOLF will refund your money or replace the product." I called Wolf, I have a receipt, also talked to a supervisor and they will not honor their guarantee. Their excuse, " We honored the warrantee for too many people who didn't buy our product but said they did and we sent replacement primers." WHAT ??????? I bought them, I have them and I can prove it!!! I do competitive shooting so these are garbage to me. I will never buy another Wolf product and you should not either. People who deal like this need to be put out of business.

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    Default Re: Wolf Primers

    out of 5000 lpp i have had about ten misfires. 3 were duds, the other seven were seated sideways...


    i cant complain but if i were in your shoes i would be pissed too..

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    Default Re: Wolf Primers

    I have heard of people having problems with the large pistol, but cannot substantiate.

    What I can tell you is that my High Power Service Rifle loads are loaded with wolf small rifle primers. I worked up my loads with Winchester then swapped out primers for Federal GMM, MaGTECH, Wolf and Remington. For every load I've tried (77 Sierra MK, 60 nosler BT & 70 Barnes TSX) I got the best groups with wolf.

    I also use the small pistol primers and have had no problems. Wish I had bought more.

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