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Iron cases for glock 23?

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by perro loco, Jun 7, 2002.

  1. perro loco

    perro loco

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    Is safe to shot iron cases (russian ammo), and berdan primed(what it is?), non corrosive from my glock 23?, they`re 165 gr.

    I don`t wanna cause a kb!

    Thanks a lot,

    perro loco

    Excuse my bad english

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    link didn' work... if it's wolf ammo it will probably be ok... having said that , i will not use it myself ...it's too inconsistant to be trusted as anything but plinking ammo...
     
  4. Steve Koski

    Steve Koski Got Insurance? Millennium Member

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    Sure, I'd use steel cases in my Glocks.
     
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    I don't like Wolf because of serious quality control issues... They have alot of VERY hot rounds mixed in... go with the Sellier & Bellot that is pretty decent quality range ammo...
     
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    not wolf, they`re another brand : "RUSSIAN"

    bye

    perro loco
     
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    paper killer NRA Member

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    I am not willing to save a dollar per box of ammo for the steel case ammo and then shoot it in my several 100 dollar Glock or any other gun I own. I would spend $1.00 more per box and buy the Sellier&Bellot. Other examples of good inexpensive ammo are Blazer, UMC, PMC. You may want to check with the dealer where you bought your gun to see what they have to say about the Russian stuff. Good Luck!
     
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    ryucasta IDPA/IPSC Cuban

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    Perro Loco,

    Este website te va a dar información sobre los diferentes tipos de primers que hay actualmente en el mercado.

    http://website.lineone.net/~dave.cushman/berdanprimers.html

    Con respectó a los cartuchos de hierro esos los usaban mucho los ejércitos que fueron parte del Pacto de Varsovia porque resisten más abuso y son más económicos para manufacturar.