Do You Mind Steel Cased Ammo In Your Glock?

Discussion in 'Ammo & Reloading' started by LONEWOLF, Dec 23, 2011.


    LONEWOLF New Member

    I don't mind at all what do you fine people think? Yes I posted this becuase I was bored possibly a useless thread.....
  2. Steelharp

    Steelharp New Member

    I don't use stolen (as you suggest) or steel, either. :D
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  3. jfirecops

    jfirecops New Member

    I have and will use it by the thousands. I will not use Tula, but everything else is a go.
  4. 40caljim

    40caljim Active Member Supporter

    steel case ammo

    I used Wolf ammo this past year in my G35 open gun shooting USPSA matches with zero problems, and I am shooting an aftermarket barrel with
    tolerances way tighter than the stock Glock barrel. It shot well, grouped well, and I did not have to bother picking up my empties. No matter what anyone says steel case ammo works. Aluminum case ammo also works.
    I have shot hundreds of rounds of Blazers with zero issues as well.
  5. KeenansGarage

    KeenansGarage Hiding in plain sight....

    I have used it with no problems. I don't have anything against it, and would use it again in a heartbeat. Though, I shoot often enough to pick up my I try to stick with brass cases.
  6. I can only use it when I go to the outdoor range as the indoor range does not allow it. I assume this is because they sell the brass that is not picked up.
    With that said I have never had any problem with it but I dont go out of my way to look for the steel cased ammo.
  7. Model22

    Model22 Vulgar Individual

    Every time i've used steel cased ammo i've had problems with it. FtFs mostly... whether it was with my baretta that i use to have, or my Ruger that i use to have... i don't like steel case... PRVI partizan for me...
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    LONEWOLF New Member

    wolf sucks

    I have stayed away from wolf military classic especially because of the reviews yesterday I tried two boxes of the stuff and my g26 mags hated the ammo I have never had an issue with ammo in my mags even brown bear 9mm but the wolf mil classic was horrible it jammed my followers up it probably wouldn't be bad if it was lacquerd (excuse the spelling) but those boxes wernt
  9. Model22

    Model22 Vulgar Individual

    And what the hell do you mean, "you people"?!

    gun racist bastid!
  10. SxEdRuMmEr

    SxEdRuMmEr New Member

    Made me LOL

    Personally, I've never tried anything in my Glock I couldn't buy at wal-mart. What exactly would I gain from steel casings? Could I pick them up with a big magnet or something?
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  11. jfirecops

    jfirecops New Member

    Some Walmarts do carry it. For me, I order ammo in cases and it saves about $50 a case for 9mm. Other than it running dirtier, I have never had a problem running it in a Glock. My Sig, Smith, and Colt all hate it.
  12. pook

    pook New Member

  13. american lockpicker

    american lockpicker New Member

    I only use brass or aluminium.
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  14. kj4963

    kj4963 Active Member

    I sometimes use it when i shoot outdoors, as most indoor ranges don't like it. there isn't much my glocks don't like.
  15. jfirecops

    jfirecops New Member

  16. skymedik

    skymedik New Member

    I find steel ammo significantly harder to load in my magazine..... Not as "slippery" as brass or nickel. Tula shoots fine but loading it is a pain....
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  17. iRockGlock

    iRockGlock Well-Known Member

    Out of 100 rounds I had one failure to feed in my G17.
    I haven't used it since..
    If you do like the steel cases ammo try shooting them out of an aftermarket barrel. Heard they do well with steel cased
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  18. ballcoach16

    ballcoach16 New Member

    I love tula in .45 and 9mm. Nary a hiccup.
  19. MikeDeltaRomeo

    MikeDeltaRomeo New Member

    Wolf ammo yes, no probs. Tula ammo no, gave feed problems and stove topped one round while speed shooting, in my G19, TULA IS ONLY GOOD FOR AKs.