Been having some serious reliability issues in my SKS with some Ukrainian made Wolf that I bought about a month back. It seems to stovepipe, or bolt carrier slams the empty casing against chamber some other way, or the bolt somehow barely opens up or doesn't open up at all, leaving it locked up again on the empty case. A combination of these types of jams would happen about 2-3 times at least out of every 10 rounds. I'm pretty certain it's the ammo and not an issue with the rifle, or at the very least the ammo is the primary culprit, because I've tried out some older Tula I had right after it, and of the 30 rounds I had, all of them fed and cycled perfectly fine, mere minutes after and before, this new stuff continued to jam up at these really high rates. I wanted to ask if anyone else has recently tried this stuff out in their SKS (Yugo in particular), and if so, what their results were. Oddly enough I had no problems with it in my AK so far. This was HP btw, but this rifle never used to have problems with hp's before so I doubt bullet type was a factor in causing this.