I think you should buy boat loads of it and if it doesn't run in your 17/34, you can give it to me.
On topic, I've had no issues with wolf pistol ammo on any number of cheap unhardened steel targets. And I've got 5000+ rounds of 223 Wolf on an Action Target torso with no visible damage, but the torso steel is the 550 brinell model so YMMV with softer steels.
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I spent all last year blasting MGM targets with 556 green tip, Wolf 762x39, 762 NATO of all flavors from 0-350 and have yet to have issues beyond needing to replace bolts and wingnuts. And they get hammered. 20-25 guys per day, 6 days at a time 8 times a year.
Round count at the end of a 3 day course is generally about 500-700 rounds per guy. Times 25. Times 6. Times 8. = a metric @$$ ton of lead, copper, and steel flying into steel targets. Conservatively, it is 600,000 rounds spread out among 100-150 targets. Of course, not every round fired hits the targets, but still, an @$$ ton of rounds to be impacting targets. I generally get about 2 years use out of an MGM AR500 target. Other "AR500" targets I have used have failed as early as one day, and end up relegated to .50 cal at 800+, and some that made it six months. MGM has the proper definition of AR500, and how it applies to long lasting targets.
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Wolf is great if you want to test your malfunction resolution skills.
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I've had some of the bimetal jacket splatter back at me, when shooting steel from about 15 yards. These were gong style in shape and not pop marked up. I've never had that happen with copper jacketing.
I've had exactly one failure to fire with Tulammo 9mm out of 2000 rounds I've shot. No feeding problems so far but I do get an occasional brass to face in my 2008 manufactured G19. I haven't experienced any problems on steel targets either. Definitely not the best ammo but it keeps my round count higher because of its ease of acquisition before the super scare.