In this episode of TFBTV, James tests Wolf Steel Ammunition against Wolf Gold Ammunition in order to see if there’s a difference in quality and accuracy, or if either of them can beat 1 MOA – that is to say if either of them can put up a five round group in less than a 1 inch pattern at 100 yards. Wolf is notoriously inexpensive and gets a bad reputation from shooters as being poor quality or inaccurate – but is it truly bad ammunition, or is this just urban legend and gossip from shooters who can’t get on target?
Ruger was kind enough to send James a Ruger Precision Rifle in .223/5.56mm for use in this test. If there’s any gun that can maximize the accuracy of inexpensive range ammo, it’s the Ruger Precision Rifle. James puts it to the test in this episode of TFBTV.
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