This round’s 115 grain bullet is the lightest common weight for its caliber, so you’re going to get a supersonic muzzle velocity coupled with a comfortable amount of recoil. The bullet’s round nose profile and full metal jacket both contribute to how smoothly it feeds in a semi-automatic. Blazer’s FMJ goes so far as to protect the base as well, so hot propellant gasses won’t evaporate the lead in the core to foul your breathing space!
A Brass round’s brass casing deserves to be reloaded -- it’s sturdy, and retains its suppleness after having been fired multiple times. Above the casing’s flash hole sits a reactive and non-corrosive primer, and Blazer’s clean burning propellant will have your pistol in good shape by the end of your visit to the range.
Review by Jeff
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