Yep, the sticking cases seem to be related to people who either don't clean their AR, or if they do they don't clean the chamber properly, they need to invest in a AR15 chamber brush.raz-0 said:2) Steel cases don't expand and form a seal as well or as quickly as brass cases. This results in burning powder and gasses blowing back around the case some (you can also see this with minor power factor reloads using good brass cases so...) this results ina dirtier chamber. However, that can lead to issues with extraction problems if you switch form wolf to brass cased ammo without cleaning your gun. This is mostly noticed on the AR-15 platform.
I....uhem....have a little experience with that! You would be surprised how many extractors have been broken on 1911's by doing that, including a few of mine about 20+ years ago!Jester said:I could account the broken extractors from the state boys on trying to drop load the rounds, making the extractor jump the case. That will break them in a hurry.
superstar said:I'm presently shopping for cheap ammo now and I don't re-load. What is a cheap alternative to Wolf, Blaser aluminum?