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Old 01-06-2010, 19:41   #8
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Originally Posted by thunderbat View Post
It is interesting that Hornady would produce a round in a steel case, especially under their TAP label. Wonder what the Wolf haters would say about that???? At less than $.30 a round, for plinking, it's a relative bargain...
I'm pretty sure Wolf haters do so because it is smelly, less accurate, less powerful, and less reliable than many other brands of ammo.

Since I am pretty sure Hornady isn't producing their steel cased ammo to the same low standards, it would stand to reason that it can't be as cheap as Wolf, or that Wolf haters wouldn't necessarily have a problem with it.
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