Blazer produces this simple ammo for all your training, target shooting, plinking and general recreational shooting needs. Each cartridge has a 115 grain bullet – the lightest you’ll typically find on a factory 9mm load – with a solid lead core and nonmagnetic gilding metal jacket. The FMJ’s round nose slips easily into a semi-auto’s chamber, but it won’t trigger any kind of terminal expansion when it connects with flesh.
Blazer’s Brass line of ammunition has – wait for it – brass cases. These are minted according to tight specs to promote smooth functionality and repeated reloadability. Throw in CCI’s famously dependable non-corrosive Boxer primers, and you’ve got just what you need to get the show on the road!
Review by Cs44
Review by Sparrow
Yes, I paid more than I would have liked for this ammo. Yes, it performs just like you would expect. It wasn’t particularly dirty in my guns, it wasn’t amazingly accurate, I would not want it to be my carry choice for personal defense, and it should not be so expensive.
But, it was only slightly more expensive than steel cased, imported stuff.
So, I got a decent training ammo, made in the the Greatest Country in the world, and it’s reloadable.
Overall, I would buy it again. I just need to save up some more to do so. (Posted on 12/4/2021)
Posted On: 10/15/2021 By: Lee Bright