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Wolf 9mm steel case 115grn Ammo, 500rds/$85 + shipping or free pick up! Great for Plinking

integragsr 250 116 September 21, 2015 at 11:19 AM in Sporting Goods (2)
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Aimsurplus just got these back in stock, if you order 10 boxes or more (500+ rounds) they are only $8.50 a box + shipping or you can pick up for free in Ohio.

http://www.aimsurplus.com/product...groupid=46

Yes, this is steel case ammo and yes they have been known to have uneven powder ratios for proper ejection. But if you have a semi decent gun it will have no problems with this ammo and it is the cheapest way to target shoot.

I would not use this for match or self defense.

Its never bad to have a few 1000 rounds laying around, plus a zombie wont know the difference between steel case and brass.

1000 rounds to Chicago IL was $16 shipping

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Seems like a decent price, shipping only comes to $8 for me. Although, I've had good luck with Freedom Munitions reman (brass case) for just a buck more per box.. free shipping occasionally too.
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good price if it doesn't cost too much to ship. Too bad none of my close ranges will allow steel cased ammo.
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Not crazy about wolf but that is a great price for ammo and steel case won't harm your pistol.carbine.

Not sure on the remans as I do not even shoot reloads as you never know when there is no(t enough) powder put in the casing and you get a primer driven "squib" lodged into your barrel the round before you shoot a live load right behind it.

I like the IMI deal better....Israeli JHPs ..but 8.50 is very compelling!

Nice find OP! Repped
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Aimsurplus requires you to upload your ID and FOID for IL at least. But they are very quick to ship and work with.
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Quote from sloddo View Post :
good price if it doesn't cost too much to ship. Too bad none of my close ranges will allow steel cased ammo.
Even pistol ammo? That restriction is usually meant for rifle ammo to prevent bi-metal and metal core ammo from damaging the backstop. You might want to ask them.

Never mind. I see this too has a bi-metal jacket.
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Quote from pcgamer4life View Post :
Seems like a decent price, shipping only comes to $8 for me. Although, I've had good luck with Freedom Munitions reman (brass case) for just a buck more per box.. free shipping occasionally too.
I always get my ammo from Freedom. Never had a single problem with any of their ammo, reman or new.

Good price for this ammo, but please ask your range (if you go to one) if they allow steel ammo. I saw a guy get tossed out of a range this weekend because he was shooting steel. Though, it didn't help when they asked and he lied about using steel, and ignored the giant sign they have on the wall saying no steel ammo allowed.
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Reed's in San Jose has a blanket ban on steel core, handgun or rifle
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It's been a while since I've taken my gun to the range but this seems like a good price. Do most ranges allow steel casings?
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Reed's in San Jose has a blanket ban on steel core, handgun or rifle
These are steel cased, not steel cored
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Quote from integragsr View Post :

Yes, this is steel case ammo and yes they have been known to have uneven powder ratios for proper ejection. But if you have a semi decent gun it will have no problems with this ammo and it is the cheapest way to target shoot.

TU for a gun/ammo deal... but this isn't the cheapest way to target shoot- loading (and reloading) your own brass case ammo is- plus it avoids the various negatives of steel cased ammo.

Quote from studmonkey76 View Post :
These are steel cased, not steel cored

Some ranges ban steel cased too.... (because it cuts into their profits from collecting everyones cases and selling them to reloaders because they have to manually separate out the steel)
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This isnt that bad of a deal but at some walmarts, the perfecta brand of 9mm is on rollback to 9.78 for brass cased. Not sure if its at every walmart but in northern Arkansas and southern Missouri it is
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Indeed, Reed's policy is no steel or aluminum cased, or steel-core

havent seen perfecta at the local Walmart here sadly
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It's been a while since I've taken my gun to the range but this seems like a good price. Do most ranges allow steel casings?
The two I use do.
Point Blank and Ready Line.
Any range that doesn't allow steel cased ammo is just a bunch of greedy bastards that want your brass scrap.
Tell them to go pound sand and find another range.
Both of mine allow for steel penetrator rounds too.
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Hey guys, new to ammo but how is this a good deal when Cabela's has Herters often for .20 or less with additional coupons?
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