Wolfe Primers

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Hornet

Bearcat
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Dec 20, 2009
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Hey there:

What is everyone's take on the Wolfe Primers ? Been reloading too many years to count, never have used Wolfe primers. So, please help me out. I did a research, found a few cons, many pros. I am thinking about trying me some of them.

Do pistol shooting, target, and hunting.

Hornet
 

MADDOG 521

Single-Sixer
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Jul 24, 2005
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Texas
If I find any Wolf primers for sale---I will buy them. Although I have never used them.
 

Divernhunter

Single-Sixer
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Mar 4, 2004
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Denair,Ca,USA
If they are good enough for a highly rated benchrest shooter to only use them I suspect they will be good enough for me to use. I have not used them but then I have a big supply of primers still and have not needed any.
 

dg101win

Single-Sixer
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May 27, 2005
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Kokomo,In. USA
Just a tad over 1 inch,25 yds off the bench. True I used my S&W 44 Spl but my Lipsey's 44 Spl is just the same if not better. I & all my Rugers like them.

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btrumanj

Single-Sixer
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Jan 29, 2005
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Louisville Ky
I've only read good things about them although I've never seen them in my area. I would buy 'em in a heartbeat at a decent price :)
 

Bucks Owin

Hunter
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dg101win":31oa9xl3 said:
Except the excellent rimfire match ammo, which is made in Germany I believe...For $25/1000 I'm liable to try their primers soon, I'm being hosed for $50/1000 for Fed-150 or WLP at my friendly local price gouging gun shop! :evil:
 
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