giantpanda4 Posted February 3, 2004 Report Share Posted February 3, 2004 I know this ammo may have been brought up before, but I was told there were some instances at Knob Creek where Wolf ammo had caused some expensive damage to MGs. It was said that the steel cases are coated with lacquer, and high heat from high rates of fire cause the lacquer to melt and gum up the workings. Never heard of this before, has anyone else?? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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