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Tula VS Wolf .223

Discussion in 'Caliber Corner' started by iweb, Jun 22, 2010.

  1. iweb

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    Both say made in Russia so are they the same or different manufacturer?
     
  2. Merkavaboy

    Merkavaboy Code-7A KUZ769

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    In the past, Tula Cartridge Works was the manufacturer of Wolf Performance pistol/rifle ammo. Ulyanovsk has been the manufacturer of Wolf's Military Classic pistol/rifle ammo.
    Prvi Partizan of Serbia is the manufacturer of the brass cased Wolf Gold line of handgun/rifle ammo.
     

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    I am curious about this Tula ammunition also, I was thinking about getting some to run through my springer 1911 but was unsure of the quality and if running that sort of casing through a 1911. Be interesting to see what someone has to say about it.
     
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    This is my understanding too. Tula made/makes Wolf Black Box, Ulyanovsk makes Wolf Military Classic (the camo boxes). FWIW, at least in .223 I think the Wolf Military Classic is more accurate that Black Box. Sold all my BB and converted to MC a few years ago before the price hikes and general ammo shortage.
     
  5. Merkavaboy

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    I've actually found that the Ulyanovsk made Mil Classic 9mm was more reliable than the Tula made 9mm. Out of 1K each, I had 10 failure to fire on the first strike with Tula and zero problems with the Ulyanovsk stuff.