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post #1 of 12 Old 11-08-2008, 05:18 AM Thread Starter
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.223 and .45 acp

Im looking for the a good place online to purchase bulk .223's and .45 acp. I have looked at aim.com, cheaper then dirt, midway, and ammo man, but ammo price is jumping up big time. The best deal I have found so far is at aim 1000 rd box for $336.95 and in the .45 they are $15.95/box. I am not really interested in Wolf cause I have heard some bad storys about them. If you have had good results please share. I want to stay mil spec or better and 62 grn in the .223 and 280grn in the .45. I seen on another fourm that acadamy sports is selling some stuff called monarch, but I am not haveing anyluck finding it.

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I have shot that Wolf and Monarch in both 45 acp and 223. I have not had any problems with either one...

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i like shooting wolf. i have put quite a few hundred rounds through my 223 with absolutely no issues. but i clean my guns VERY religiously.

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I got some 5.56 from cabelas. $319/800 I think? and that includes a plastic ammo box or two

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In all honesty how dirty is the wolf? Has any of you tried there brass cased stuff?

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*IF* you take care of your weapons, wolf ammo has no more side effects than ANY OTHER AMMO!

There is no way for me to know how many thousands of rounds of 7.62, 5.56, .40, and .380 rounds I have shot. My weapons operate just like the day I purchased them.

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The thing that I don't like about the cheaper brands is the smell and smoke from the powder. It makes me feel sick after a while.

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Well my concern is the case. My kimbers doesnt like the wolf stuff or unproperly resized reloads.

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Thanks, but I have already servied my time.

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