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    According to the Wolf website they say this about their ammo:

    WOLF Performance Ammunition is the only ammunition company that provides a 100% Performance Guarantee. If you are not fully satisfied WOLF will refund your money on the unused portion of the ammunition, including any freight charges.

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    Realllyyy.......cause Wolf caused no shortage of problems in my .45.......once I switched to CCI, everything was smooth as butter. If I could get my $14.50 back, that would be fine with me

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    Well, that sounds like a nice guarantee, but I've dealt with postal service from former communist countries and it SUCKS. Absolutely criminal. If you get a refund at all, expect it to take 3 months for them to deliver it. I am not exaggerating (it took 10 weeks the last time I got a parcel from a friend in the Balkans, and these guys are strangers...). And, as ever, save your receipts.

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    Ha! How can I get a refund if Im not alive to send off for it! I'll stick with my Federal Hydra-Shoks.

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    I also want compensation for the extra time it took me to clean my gun after shooting that stuff.It was horrible stuff. Steel casings, dirty powder, and sounded "different" when Ishot it compared to Winchester or Remington. I don't know enough to guess what caused the different sound, but I knowI won't ever touch it again. I would like my money back, but like Legba said, I don't know that I want the hassle.

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    It seems they have a California office..... so you would not have to send off to Europe

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    Glad to hear it - the only address I have is in Novosibirsk... I think Silver Bear and Wolf are the same people, ultimately.

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    Mailing Address:
    WOLF Performance Ammunition
    PO Box 757
    Placentia, CA 92871

    Telephone:
    (888) 757-WOLF(9653)
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    (714) 632-9653

    Fax:
    (714) 632-9232

    Email:
    info@wolfammo.com

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    Does that mean you can return the ammo because I personally think it sucks? .223

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    I wonder what they will do with the returned ammo? Repackage it? Every store I know of will not take ammo back because of the liability. Just think of the product tampering that could happen with ammo!

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    I shoot Wolf 762X39, 308win, 30 carbine, 223, 9mm and 45acp in several different firearms & have only had a problem once shooting the old style laquer Wolf in a RRA AR15 after dumping a Beta-C mag in less than a min.

    The laquer melted and gummed up the match chamber, but since Wolf has changed from the laquer coating I've never had a problem.

    Yes it is dirty ammo, but for the price ya can't complain at all & I've found it to take less than an extra 5 min to get a weapon cleaned properly after shooting several hundered rounds of Wolf.


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    I picked up a mini 14 yesturday and it came with 800 rounds of various steel and copper wolf ammo. let's see how this crap does!

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    Mjolnir wrote:
    I shoot Wolf 762X39, 308win, 30 carbine, 223, 9mm and 45acp in several different firearms & have only had a problem once shooting the old style laquer Wolf in a RRA AR15 after dumping a Beta-C mag in less than a min.

    The laquer melted and gummed up the match chamber, but since Wolf has changed from the laquer coating I've never had a problem.

    Yes it is dirty ammo, but for the price ya can't complain at all & I've found it to take less than an extra 5 min to get a weapon cleaned properly after shooting several hundered rounds of Wolf.
    I've had the same results with Wolf ammo.....never used a Beta mag, so I've never had that issue.
    I shoot 7.62x39 and .223 Wolf in 5 different weapons for "plinking" just because of the price......no more FTF, FTE issues with it than any other ammo, including "name brand" stuff....even fewer than with some.
    Between friends and myself, we've sent 20,000+ rounds of Wolf down range....just can't find a reason to complain.

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    Me and a friend shot over 100 rounds of wolf .223 with no problem and hot guns. We shot both the copper washed and the lacquered stuff.

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    The costs associated with shipping ammo would make this prohibitive.

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    spurrit wrote:

    The costs associated with shipping ammo would make this prohibitive.
    Included in the guarantee:

    "...including any freight charges."

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    Hell, that's a good guarantee. Provided they send it in less than a year. It would be nice to hear from anyone that tries this.

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