Need a budget-friendly range ammunition for your 9mm? Blazer, known for producing some of the world’s best range ammunition, is world renown for their reliability and is a top choice among weekend warriors and high-volume shooters. These Blazer 9mm rounds feature a 115-grain FMJ projectile loaded into aircraft-grade aluminum cases. These rounds also feature CCI boxer primers, are noncorrosive and can reach up to 1145 FPS. The aluminum cases help to cut down on cost without sacrificing reliability and or added wear to the extractor, while providing consistent feeding. The only thing you give up is that they are non-reloadable.
This 1,000 round case contains 20, 50-round boxes of Blazer aluminum cased 9mm.
Blazer, part of the Vista Outdoor Group, the parent company for popular brands such as Federal, CCI and Speer, is a well-respected and trusted manufacturer of economical training and self-defense ammunition.
CCI makes a lot of great, well-known ammo like the Speer Gold Dot or Speer Lawman. They also make the Blazer line of ammo that comes in either a brass case or an aluminum case. And that's what we want to talk about now, is the Blazer 9mm aluminum case, full-metal jacket ammo.
The ammo I tested is a 9mm 115 grain. It's got a lightweight aluminum case. It doesn't really seem to function a whole lot differently from a brass case, it just means you can throw a few more rounds in your range bag without weighing yourself down a whole lot.
I tested the ammo in several different 9mm pistols, and it functioned great in all of them. I didn't have any problems with feeding or reliability. I also did an accuracy test from the bench at about 15 yards. It was reasonably accurate, not what I'd call match accurate. But it was consistent and definitely accurate enough for practice or for plinking.
Since the case is aluminum and not brass you can't reload it, but if you're not someone who reloads, then why spend the extra money on the brass you're just going to throw away? Overall, Blazer aluminum represents a great value for people who like to shoot a lot but don't reload.
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I received a case of Blazer 9mm, 115 grain, ball ammo just a couple of days after ordering. Order confirmations and tracking updates were great. No problems with any round in terms of feeding, firing or accuracy out of an MP 9.
The price was better than anything I could find in So Cal stores.
Its hard to find a company selling ammunition at an affordable price. Lucky Gunner has proved me wrong by providing outstanding prices on their ammunition and then tops it off with fast shipping. I will no longer need to look around for my ammo needs, Lucky Gunner is all I need.
Love these to practice with. Why use brass and discard money uselessly. I 'm just that age that makes it difficult to bend over to salvage the brass just old enough not to start saving " STUFF ". Got enough "STUFF" already.Will be buying more as soon as I start getting low J.J.
Ammo performs flawlessly, with very good shot groups. Excellent price, don't spend the money on brass if you don't reload. Also don't let anybody say that this is "dirty" ammo, it's no "dirtier" than any other that I've shot.
I have gone through approximately 3,000 rounds of this ammo and have had only bad round that didn't fire. The bullet completely separated from the casing when it was chambered. Beyond that I love this ammo and use it for both practice and in competition. The price is great for the quality you get. I shot some Blazer Brass when I was unable to get this ammo and I had several stove pipes with that ammo. From my experience this ammo is better than the brass. The negative on this is from time to time when I need a re-order, the ammo is not available. So, I guess I really should be criticizing it instead of saying good things about it. It makes my supply harder to come by!
I have purchased 1500 rounds of this ammo in the last few months and have shot about 1300 rounds. I used the ammo in a recent competition and had no problems with it. Of the 1300 rounds I have shot to this point, I have not had a single malfunction but everyone round has fired perfectly. The only thing I notice about this ammo is that it does leave small silver dust size deposits in the weapon. This is easily removed during cleaning.
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Q: Do you ship to NJ
Posted On: 1/11/2023
By: Thomas Graner
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Q: Will these attract a magnet?
Posted On: 12/14/2022
By: Austin Joaquin
A: No sir, this ammunition doesn't contain steel or any other metal that could attract a magnet.
Q: Do you guys ship to California?
Posted On: 8/15/2022
A: My apologies Jess, but Lucky Gunner is no longer able to ship ammunition to California, not even to FFL dealers or Licensed Ammunition Vendors in the state.
Q: How much is the shiping cost on 1,000 rds. of 9mm
Posted On: 10/30/2013
A: Our shipping costs depend heavily on where you live in relation to our warehouse in East Tennessee. Generally, UPS and FedEx charge more the farther away you live from the facility. If you add a case of 9mm to your cart, you will have the ability to check your shipping costs before checking out. Basically, you plug in your zip code and we'll let you know what you should expect. As a general rule of thumb, $15-$20 is a good estimate for a case of 9mm to ship most places in the U.S.
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