Howdy Mr. Steve,
First welcome to the site sir. I hope and think you will find we have a lot of members who possess sound knowledge on firearms and various firearms related matters. We don't feel we have an "experts" here, but we do have a ton of members with a great deal of knowledge and experience they willingly share with other members. We are also proud that our members tend to provide their info as true gentlemen as well. So we welcome your future comments and questions as well.
I am glad you have had such good luck with Wolf steel cased ammo in your pistols. Again I think that is why they make Fords and Chevrolets - so folks can have the choice on what they drive or shoot.
Personally, I simply have no desire to use Wolf ammo in any of my weapons. I reload, so that is another factor for me as well. When I buy ammo, I am buying once fired brass I can reload after shooting it initially. I simply have no desire to reload a steel hull.
I can tell you among fellow LEOs, Wolf does not have a very high reputation as practice ammo. Nor will you find it on our list of authorized carry ammo either. While it might be a bit cheaper at times, most LEOs and other shooters I know, feel they are better served by spending a few dollars more on another brand that gives them the brass case to use afterwards too.
It also serves to avoid any possible problems associated with shooting steel cased ammo in some fairly expensive pistols. Maybe that is why so many folks tend to avoid it, as they simply don't think the odds are worth it to them. You don't see those odds, but others do I reckon.
But again, why they make Fords and Chevys too. I am glad your experience with it has been so positive. Again, welcome to the site sir, and we look forward to your future posts.