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CCI Blazer 9mm 115gr TMJ Handgun Ammo(304208)
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.
You must be 18 or older to purchase ammunition and other restricted items. For safety reasons, these items may not be returned and can only be shipped via ground to the contiguous 48 states. Ensure you use the correct ammunition in your firearm.
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: 9mm
- Grain: 115
- Bullet: TMJ
- Muzzle Velocity: 1145 fps
- Rounds Per Box: 50
Dave of Greeley, CO - April, 18 2011:
Great range ammo. Feeds smoothly and goes bang every time. The aluminum cases arenít reloadable, but since I donít reload 9mm no big deal. I had heard that the Blazer was dirtier that some of the other range ammo, but I doubt thatís true. I believe it leaves less fouling than any of the imported 9mm ammo Iíve shot.Zac Fox of Ankeny, IA - April, 19 2011:
If you're looking to range shoot on a budget, look no further. The ammo has a tendency to be a bit on the dirty side, however, if you maintain your weapon you won't have any issues at all. Keep in mind this ammo is an aluminum casing so you won't be able to reload it. Aluminum won't make the round shoot any different, it's just a LOT cheaper to produce, hence the cheaper price.Blake of Provo, UT - April, 21 2011:
This is great ammunition to plink around with and shoot cans and whatever else. This is not reloadable!Kevin of Anchorage, AK - April, 29 2011:
Usually when I go to the range I just want to put holes in some paper, which means I don't want to spend a lot of money on ammo. Blazer is a brand that I have shot a lot of and have never had any issues with. The only hit against Blazer is that the casing is not brass which means that it can not be reloaded, however since I don't reload anyway this doesn't bother me.T BONE of MEMPHIS, TN - May, 05 2011:
GOOD SOLID ROUND.James of Soldotna, AK - July, 09 2011:
Blazer is known for its good, cheap, reliable ammo...and they haven't let me down yet. Aluminum casing means no reloading but, its deffinitly worth it for the price.Marcus of Colorado Springs, CO - December, 27 2011:
Decent ammo, especially for the price. Put 100 rounds through a new gun, with brand new springs, and in very cold weather. Only had two problems. Two stovepipes. Which when you're shooting for fun, it's not a problem. Recommended for anything, as long as it's not below freezing.Amber of Roy, UT - September, 20 2012:
Not too expensive. But my husband said ''wished he could reload them.''Brian of Anchorage, AK - September, 21 2012:
This is great practice ammo, especially if you are not worried about reloading. It is dirty thou!Tim of Medford, OR - July, 14 2013:
My Glock 19 eats'em up!TT2Toes of Woodland, CA - June, 13 2015:
Great ammo, very accurate. I use both the 124gr and 115gr varieties with very good results. I get a good seal between the case neck and the chamber, so little blowback or blackening on the ejected case necks. Although, some critics say that while aluminum cases make a good seal in the chamber, they are hard on extractors because the empty cases resist extraction. I have not found that to be the case in my experience.
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