The Blazer Brass line of product is manufactured by CCI, an established American manufacturer owned by ATK.
Video Transcript:Blazer is part of CCI's budget line of training and range ammo, and is available with either an aluminum or brass case. Both perform really well, but if you reload or have particularly picky guns, the Blazer Brass is the way to go. All Blazer ammo is made at the same facility in Ohio where Spear, Gold Dot and other high quality CCI products are produced.
For this test, we shot Blazer Brass 165 grain in a 40 Smith & Wesson. Accuracy was pretty good, which you can see from our 10 shot group that we fired from a bench at 15 yards.
Rounds were going a little high, except for that one flyer. This was shot with a P226, so the point of impact might be a little different in your gun.
Reliability was great, and to be honest, kind of boring and predictable. So boring in fact, that we decided to see how many soda cans we could penetrate with a single Blazer bullet. According to our non-scientific test, the answer is at least four.
Blazer Brass is a great low-cost range ammo, and I found the casings to be especially good for reloading. So if you want American-made, reliable ammo that won't break the bank, then try out Blazer.
|Bullet Weight||165 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)|
|Ammo Caliber||.40 S&W (Smith & Wesson)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||No|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||No|
|Cost Per Round||41.5¢ per round|
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