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1000 Rounds of 9mm Ammo by Blazer Brass - 115gr FMJ

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$235.00
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Cartridge – 9mm Luger
Bullet Type – 115 gr. full metal jacket (FMJ)
Quantity – 1000 round case
Manufacturer – CCI
Origin – Lewiston, Idaho, USA
Suitable for – Target/Range
Casings – Boxer-primed brass

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With this 1000 round case of Blazer Brass ammo in 9mm Luger, there’s no need to compromise between price and quality when it comes to pistol practice. This 9mm Parabellum ammunition from CCI meets SAAMI specs and uses CCI’s own well-regarded primers. Each cartridge, cased with reusable brass, fires a light 115-grain bullet at a relatively fast 1145 fps.

Blazer Brass bullets use a total metal jacket copper plating method that is less costly than a full metal jacket. This sacrifices functionality in ported barrels (which will shear TMJ bullets) but offers the notable safety advantage of covering the base of the bullet, reducing potential airborne lead exposure.

CCI is an Idaho-based ammunition company that produces the Blazer and Blazer Brass centerfire pistol product lines as well as a selection of well-regarded rimfire hunting and plinking rounds. The company was founded in 1950s by Richard Speer, brother of Speer Bullets founder Vernon Speer. As divisions of Alliant Techsystems, both companies continue to work closely together to develop and produce innovative ammo with top quality components.

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Posted On: 12/10/14 By: Tim

A: Hello Tim, This ammunition is packaged 50 rounds per box with 20 boxes per 1000 round case!

Posted On: 5/2/14 By: James

A: Hello James, These 115gr. FMJ rounds by Blazer Brass in 9mm have a lead core, copper jacket, and a brass case. They are non-magnetic and are safe to shoot on a range that does not allow magnetic rounds.

Posted On: 10/26/13 By: Dave

A: While you can collect the brass cases to reload them yourself, these Blazer rounds are newly manufactured. They have never been fired before and are fresh off the factory assembly line.

Posted On: 10/12/13 By: AMarkIII

A: Luger is one designation for the modern day 9mm round commonly used in pistols and carbines. Luger happens to be the last name of the guy who originally designed this round, George Luger. This round may also be referenced as Parabellum (a portion of a latin phrase) or 9x19mm (dimensions of this round) or, of course, 9mm. All of these names mean the same thing and will vary depending on the manufacturer. This cartridge will function in your Ruger SR9C.

Posted On: 3/8/13 By: Howard

A: The main difference between the two is the 9 grain difference in bullet weight (115 and 124). This weight difference is not significant and shooters will not notice much of a difference if you are shooting pistol at close range. The 124 grain bullet may be desired for use in carbines or pistols that have difficulty cycling lighter bullets. Almost all modern pistols (Glock, Sig, Springfield etc) will be able to shoot either round without issue. Blazer brass is an excellent choice for target practice or competitive shooting.

Posted On: 9/28/11 By: Adam

A: The main advantage of shooting brass cased ammunition is that the individual cases can be reloaded easily. If you do not intend to reload the ammunition, you might find that saving money by buying aluminum or steel cased ammunition is a good idea.

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