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Discussion in 'Caliber Corner' started by JDK721, Jan 29, 2010.
I have used it a few times and my G23 ate it all without a hiccup. It's far from high quality but it's cheap and it shoots.
The Walmart by me has 50 round boxes of Federal Champion for $9.88 a box, when they have it. That is the cheapest i have been able to find, aside from buying privately.
Yep, just saying that the Federal ammo is a lot better and about the same price if you can find it at Walmart.
Works just fine out of my G19s and G26. Acceptable training/range ammo. All ammo is dirty and I didn't notice a difference between the Wolf or Blazer Aluminum.
For range ammo, I'll buy whatever is cheapest among the ammo that is currently available.
I have multiple thousands of rounds of Wolf 9mm through a G19. It does fine. No problems, no worn out parts. It isn't the cleanest ammo out there but you should be cleaning after practicing anyhow. If you can't beat the price go for it.
Shot a couple thousand Wolf 9mm through a Glock 19, an XD and a couple old Stars back when it was super cheap. Never had an issue with Wolf 9mm.
9mm in your G23? Using an aftermarket barrel?
I've shot several hundreds of rounds of Wolf 9mm with no issues whatsoever. I didn't think it was notably dirty ... in fact the only ammunition I've used that was awful, in that it left a "greasy" dirt behind, was Remington UMC.
Blazer AL = $189/1000 and it's made in the good ol' U.S.A.