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CCI Blazer 45 ACP 230gr TMJ Handgun Ammo(304214)
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GREAT ECONOMY THROUGH GREAT TECHNOLOGY. If casual practice is getting expensive, look to Blazer®. Blazer uses aircraft-grade aluminum that's heat-treated to make an economical cartridge case.
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Blazer is a great option to reduce the cost of practice, letting you shoot more, and more often. You also get selection, from 25 Auto to 45 Colt. Blazer also features a selection of bullet weights and styles, something you can't get in typical 'white box' ammunition or imports.
- Caliber: 45 ACP
- Grain: 230
- Bullet: TMJ
- Muzzle Velocity: 845 fps
- Rounds Per Box: 50
Alex of Granite Bay, CA - November, 12 2012:
This is some solid ammo. Fired 250 rounds through my Springfield XD45 and no problems at all. Fires pretty clean and consistently.David of Shelby Twp, MI - February, 15 2013:
1/4 of the bullets were at least 1/8" into the cartridge in one of the boxes; the other was normal depth. I did not attempt to fire some of the rounds, but the ones I did fired just fine. Hit or miss with these, if not for the shortage, I would stick with 100% brass.dpricepac of Mesa, AZ - March, 22 2013:
Sorry, but I've got to differ with the prev. 2 reviewers. I fired 1 box (50rds) through my XDs this week, and had almost 1 in 3 FTE. A few FTF, but fired on the second try. I like cheap ammo nowadays just like the next guy, but I won't buy this stuff again. Admittedly I didn't clean the gun before going to the range, but had no probs firing my brass ammo. I guess you get what you pay for.dpricepac of Mesa, AZ - April, 11 2013:
This is intended as a revision of my previous post. Took my new Glock 30 gen4 and my XDs to the range today. Took the Blazer ammo I had left to try and get rid of it. My previous post was less than complimentary about this stuff. Anyway, I took the XDs home and cleaned it after my last shoot. I also cleaned the the new Glock very well. Today my range experience was VERY different. Did not have 1 single FTE or FTF with either the Blazer or Remington ammo put through both guns today. Fired over 100 rds of Blazer and the same of Remington with equal results. Shame on me for going to the range with a dirty gun. Never again. Sorry. Raised the rating accordingly.Mike of Fresno, CA - May, 16 2013:
Great ammo shot thought my Glock 30 no problem all 100 rounds, had good groupings. Good practice ammo. But not so good if your a reloader because of the aluminum casings. Other than that great plinking ammo.Kevin of Dallas, TX - July, 15 2013:
Worked great and accurate. Didn't seem to be as dirty as other ammo I've shot. Not one problem with it.Kevin of Dallas, TX - August, 19 2013:
I have used this ammo many times and have never had a problem with it. It feeds flawlessly in my Colt Government & Commander. For practice ammo, you can't beat it. Especially the price. As long as I can find it, I will continue to use this ammo.Kevin of Dallas, TX - September, 09 2013:
I've used this ammo many times and have never had a problem with it. I'll continue to use it as long as the price is right. I would recommend this to anyone needing target ammo, unless they reload.
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