I am annoyed by the magnet test for ammunition
I am annoyed how at many indoor ranges and shooting events, they want to magnet test your ammunition, on the basis that if it is magnetic, it must contain a steel penetrator core.
That's a load of bull and everyone should know it. The stuff that is usually magnetic would be Wolf ammunition, or old Eastern Block surplus stuff, and that is usually because of a bimetal jacket and steel casing, not because there is a penetrator core. Why would Wolf, Norinco, and Bulgarian surplus be so cheap and so readily available on the market if it were "armor piercing"?
I think it's some weird mad-on people have for Wolf. I figure people who run indoor ranges are just mad because they can't reload your Wolf casings, thus making extra profit in selling reloads on top of your range use fee, and so they say nobody can fire Wolf, or anything else magnetic, on the range.