Wolf ammo review – Don’t buy Wolf Ammo
Wolf ammo review
What can be said about this brand, but it’s cheap, not only in price but in construction. It is the worst junk I have ever “tried to” shoot. Let me explain how I managed to come in contact with wolf brand ammunition. I was looking for some bulk ammo on the net for my 45 ACP. I came across this ad for 1,000 rounds of .45 ACP Wolf very inexpensive. Like any gun enthusiast I jumped on it. Boy I was wrong, and my daddy was right when he said “If it sounds to good to be true, then it usually is”. I took 200 rounds down to the firing range to burn off. Now at this point I had put probably 5,000 rounds downrange with the 45 so I knew how to shoot the 45 and how to load and eject a round in the chamber. So I loaded the the 3 mags I had with me with the Wolf ammo, and started to shoot. I got 3 rounds out and the problems started. I started getting jams and misfires. I would pull the trigger and nothing would happen. Like a responsible shooter I would wait 10-15 seconds with my 45 pointing downrange just in case it would still fire. I would at this point rack back the chamber and yep it did get hit by the firing pin and no joy. This would happen 2 or 3 more times, then I would get a actual working round. Next problem I ran into is my pistol had problems chambering the ammo. So no fire, rack back the chamber and the round would have a huge ding in the side of the shell. At the end of the day only 1 in 15 out the 200 I had broght with me that day actually fired. Before you start saying my pistol was not clean or whatever excuse you can think of. I thoroughly clean all my firearms after each use, and yes I cleaned it after this session. It did take 4 times as long to clean as normal. Wolf is just the dirtiest ammo to shoot. No matter what you are looking to use it for, plinking or self defense, it is simply not worth it. Spend the extra money and get something else.