Each cartridge in this volume priced case of 1,000 fires a 147 grain total metal jacket bullet at a muzzle velocity of 985 feet per second. TMJ bullets differ from their FMJ cousins in that their jackets in that they provide full encapsulation of the projectile's core. This reduces lead exposure, especially at the shooter's position.
CCI Blazer Clean Fire ammunition is loaded in Lewiston, Idaho and uses non-reloadable aluminum cases coated for reliable cycling.
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