1000 Rounds of 9mm Ammo by Blazer Brass - 124gr FMJ

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Ammo Quantity - 1,000 rounds per case; 50 rounds per box
Ammo Manufacturer - Blazer
Projectiles - 124 grain full metal jacket (FMJ)
Ammo Casings - Boxer-primed brass
Muzzle Velocity - 1,090 fps
Muzzle Energy - 327 ft lbs


Blazer Brass has become a staple of affordable range training, and is trusted by avid shooters all over the country for their training needs. This ammo is with a standard weight 124 grain full metal jacket bullet, and is loaded into a Boxer primed brass case. 124 grain bullets in 9mm are best suited for compact pistols like the Glock 19 or Sig 250C, and for full size pistols like the Glock 17 and Smith & Wesson M&P. Many people find that 124 grain ammo is just a bit too snappy for sub-compact pistols.

This ammo will have very similar felt recoil and trajectory to 124 grain defensive loads made by premium manufacturers like Hornady and Federal.

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Posted On: 3/5/2024 By: Jawuan

A: Thanks for reaching out Jawuan! I can't guarantee any kind of performance out of a firearm I haven't personally tested, but this ammo should function correctly in a TP9SA Mod.2.

Posted On: 1/9/2024 By: Hannibal

A: Yes sir! "9mm" and "9mm Luger" are just two different names for the same exact cartridge.

Posted On: 10/27/2023 By: Lonnie Mitchell

A: Absolutely Lonnie! This ammo should function correctly in any 9mm 1911-pattern handgun.

Posted On: 4/6/2023 By: PhilMW

A: Yessir, it's 1,090 fps out of a 4" test barrel.

Posted On: 3/21/2023 By: Desert Guns Ammo

A: Thanks for reaching out Desert Guns! The dimensions of one box is 5.5" L x 2.75" W x 1.5" H.

Posted On: 5/16/2021 By: Thomas

A: Thanks for reaching out Thomas! Blazer Brass ammunition contains no steel and is nonmagnetic. Any indoor range should accept CCI's ammo no problem!

Posted On: 8/22/2020 By: KB

A: +P ammo theoretically offers a flatter trajectory and does more damage to its target. When "+P" follows the name of a handgun cartridge such as 9mm +P, 38 Special +P, or 380 ACP +P, it indicates that it is loaded to higher than normal pressure. Essentially a more potent propellant charge creates greater pressure in a handgun's chamber when it is ignited, giving the bullet an increased muzzle velocity and muzzle energy as the result. +P ammo is also known as "overpressure" ammo for this reason. A few things to bear in mind with +P ammo. First and foremost, not all firearms are designed to handle that heightened chamber pressure. Check your firearm's manual or consult an expert before firing +P ammo, as it may destroy your firearm or even cause injury. Second, semi-automatic firearms that are rated to fire +P will wear out more quickly because of it. To avert damage to your weapon's moving parts, it is recommended that you save +P ammo for self-defense and never train with it. As a side note, +P ammo is standardized by SAAMI. Ammo manufacturers are still working within precisely defined specifications when they make +P ammo. However, +P+ ammo does not follow SAAMI specs. I advise that you avoid +P+ ammo until you have made absolutely certain your firearm can handle it. +P+ ammo is also highly uncommon, so you needn't worry about it.

Posted On: 4/24/2020 By: Jeff

A: Absolutely Jeff, this 9mm ammo will function correctly in your G43X.

Posted On: 3/25/2020 By: Jim C

A: Absolutely! The P320 is available chambered for four different cartridges, but if it's a 9mm this ammo will function correctly in it.

Posted On: 2/19/2020 By: sandra

A: Depending on what you're looking for, it's excellent range ammo that runs in cycles well through most functioning 9mm handguns.

Posted On: 6/23/2019 By: Troy Hopper

A: Hi Troy. That particular deal is shipped 20 boxes of 50 rounds each.

Posted On: 5/24/2019 By: Kent S.

A: Hi, Kent, you have asked a great question! These 9mm 124gr FMJ ammo by Blazer Brass have a brass casing and a copper jacket. They are not plated.

Posted On: 10/29/2015 By: Myoldglory

A: Hello! The Blazer Brass ammunition is new manufacture.

Posted On: 10/26/2015 By: Eric McMasters

A: Hello Eric, The Blazer Brass ammunition is all new manufacture.

Posted On: 10/15/2015 By: Roland

A: Hello Roland, Blazer Brass lists the velocity of this round at 1090 fps although they do not specify the barrel length used in the testing.

Posted On: 12/20/2012 By: Steve

A: The Blazer Brass line of ammo is loaded with the traditional brass cartridges and are NOT aluminum or steel. Additionally, they are boxer primed which will work for any reloading needs.

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