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They did a TAP practice ammo run last year with steel cases they got from Europe. I guess it all worked pretty good, never heard any real complaints about it. Steel cased and loaded by Hornady with decent pressures.
 

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LOL!

Thats Wolf repackaged!!!!

Ha Ha Ha!!!
 

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you know what, I didn't even look at the cases or read everything. I saw hornady and just figured it was brass. OK, nevermind, not a good price for steel cases.

you gotta admit, if it was brass cases it would be a good price.
 

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According to Hornady they are loaded by them. We drove over to Grand Island last year when they had the TAP practice rounds.
 

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They purchased a metric butt load of cases from Wolf. They're the older laquerded style though.
 

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They purchased a metric butt load of cases from Wolf. They're the older laquerded style though.
LOL, Still it's a sign of the times.
 

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LOL, Still it's a sign of the times.

Then have you seen the folks that are reloading the poly cased Wolf yet? Yep, folks are doing it. Some have up to 15 loads on a single case before it even needed trimmed. That's dedication right there.
 

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LOL, Still it's a sign of the times.

Then have you seen the folks that are reloading the poly cased Wolf yet? Yep, folks are doing it. Some have up to 15 loads on a single case before it even needed trimmed. That's dedication right there.
something about 50,000 cup that makes it dangerous but I am all for it.
 
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