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|Bullet Weight||165 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)|
|Ammo Caliber||.40 S&W (Smith & Wesson)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||1100|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||443|
Blazer ammo from CCI is available in both brass case and aluminum case varieties, and is intended for casual target practice and general range use.
Blazer Aluminum is one of the only brands of ammo available with a lightweight aircraft grade aluminum case, and has been in production since 1980.
We used Blazer Aluminum 165 grain in 40 Smith & Wesson for this review. It has a copper jacketed bullet with a lead core and a non-corrosive primer.
The aluminum casings make the ammo a little lighter than brass or steel, but the function is just the same as most other ammo.
I've actually had better luck with Blazer Aluminum than some guns that don't feed steel cases very well most of the time, and none of the test guns we used this for review had any problems with reliability or feeding. Our 15-yard bench rest group showed Blazer to be reasonably accurate, as well.
If you don't reload, but want to practice with dependable, American-made ammo, then Blazer Aluminum is a good choice.
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250 rounds down target no problems
So with one trip to the range, my wife and I have fired 250 of the 1000 rounds (that's why 4 out of 5 on performance, after the next 750 I'll have the final say then).
First time with Blazer rounds, was actually surprised that i could tell a difference in the weight of the loaded magazine. All 250 rounds fired (Glock 23s) no jams, no problems, very satisfied thus far.
Works well in my Glock 22
I was always skeptical of aluminum rounds, but when I got my Glock it came with two spent cartridges that had been used to test fire the gun at the factory. They were aluminum. So I thought I would try saving a few bucks and some weight and buy some. They work at least as well as the more expensive brass, and I don't have to worry about saving the shells for reloading. I also like the slightly lighter weight bullet, at 165 gr versus 180. Less mass means higher velocity and better accuracy. According to the charts the bullet has more energy. What's not to like. I will be buying more. Fast delivery from Lucky Gunner.
Great cheap ammo
Just went through 500 rounds in my new Glock 23 with zero problems. The only issue is the rounds came with some black residue on the casings. It was crusty but easy to clean as it just flaked off. Took about 15 minutes to wipe everything down. I didn't notice any problems from it. Highly recommended.
40 S&W - 165 gr TMJ - CCI - 1000 Rounds
These work great and they are cheaper than any physical store you can find them at. At typically $79.00-89.00 per 250 at a store these are an extremely great deal plus there is no tax and I used a $15.00 off a $150.00 purchase coupon to get these.
I have fired these for years with never a jam, misfire or problem. I am probably gong to order another case since the zombies are coming soon. Be smart and buy these.
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