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Wolf Ammo in Kel-Tec Sub 2000

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Gunther, Jul 17, 2009.

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  1. Gunther

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    Has anyone used Wolf steel cased 9mm in their Kel-Tec Sub 2000? Any problems or wear issues. Any info appreciated!
     
  2. wnycollector

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    I have shot wolf .40 in mine with no problems.
     
  3. clemsonu0219

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    Mine is extremely picky with aluminum or steel cased ammo.
     
  4. SaxonPig

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    This being about the 500th such post I've seen, the question about Wolf ammo being safe to shoot now becomes #71.

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    Is it OK to shoot Wolf ammo in my gun?

    71. They sell millions of rounds of this stuff every month. Apparently it’s being used in all sorts of different makes and models of guns. There are no warning labels on the packaging regarding any models of firearm that shouldn’t use it and I am pretty sure they have lawyers working for them who would tell them that selling ammo that is dangerous or is damaging to guns will result in endless lawsuits. Wolf has been around a long time, now, and if it was harmful to shoot it the lawsuits would have put them out of business some time ago. Does this ammo perform well in a particular gun? Only one way to find out.
     
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  5. ZombiesAhead

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    From personal experience, steel case Wolf 9mm works in a Sub-2000 (9mm Glock).
     
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    I believe HiPoint has a "steel/aluminum case" advisory on their 9mm carbine, but I am not aware of any such warning on the Kel-Tek. I've put thousands of rounds of Wolf 9mm through my Glock 26, eats 'em like so much candy.
     
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    I am a HP 995 owner-- it still eats anything fed in it. Lately it has been Monarch Brass, but now Academy has been stocking Monarch Steel-- which looks like Wolf to me..

    Anyway, I prefer brass, but steel seems fine, and does not void the warranty...

    I would assume KTs would be the same--- my brother in law has a KT SUb 2000 (Glock) and he shoots my ammo (as I do his) and his has had no issues with Wolf Steel or any steel for that matter.

    YMMV.
     
  9. ZombiesAhead

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    Not really sure why we are making assumptions based on a Hi-Point brand carbine... :confused:

    Anyway, as I said steel definitely functions fine in a 9mm KT Sub2K. I've put several hundred rounds through mine. Kel-Tec does suggest you do not use ALUMINUM ammunition. I believe the issue is the potential for the extractor to rip up the aluminum case.
     
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