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

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$429.00
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Bullet Type – 115gr FMJ
Quantity - 1000 Rounds
Manufacturer - CCI Blazer
Origin - Lewiston, Idaho
Casing - Berdan-primed aluminum

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This 9mm Luger ammunition from CCI is a range staple ideal for high volume shooters that don't reload. Each cartridge in this bulk priced case of 1,000 (20 boxes of 50 rounds each) fires a light 115 grain full metal jacket bullet at a muzzle velocity of 1,145 feet per second. This is a standard pressure load ideal for subcompact carry pistols or older firearms.

CCI Blazer ammo is loaded in Lewiston, Idaho using non-reloadable aluminum cases coated for reliable cycling. CCI's Boxer primers are known for their reliable ignition so you won't be forced into involuntary failure drills.

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Posted On: 5/31/2020 By: Will you ship to California

A: Our apologies, but we do not ship to California.

Posted On: 10/17/2014 By: Robert

A: Hello Robert, CCI ammunition is manufactured in the United States. The Blazer line of ammunition is made in their Lewiston, ID manufacturing facility.

Posted On: 10/4/2014 By: Robert

A: Hello Robert, These 115gr. FMJ rounds by Blazer in 9mm have a copper jacket. They are non-magnetic and are safe to shoot on ranges that do not allow magnetic rounds. These are great economical target rounds in 9mm.

Posted On: 10/19/2011 By: Mike

A: No, the aluminum cases used in this ammo cannot be reloaded.

Posted On: 10/8/2011 By: Dale

A: Yes, the aluminum cases alone weigh about 1/2-1/3 of what a brass case would weigh. The bullet weight is still the same, though.

Posted On: 9/28/2011 By: Mike

A: An examination of a Kel-Tec Sub 2000 manual did not seem to indicate that only brass cased ammo should be used. While it is possible that your manual is of a different version, the most likely explanation is that the firearm does not function well with steel cased ammo. No damage is likely to result from its use.

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