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|Bullet Weight||200 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Jacketed Hollow-Point (JHP)|
|Ammo Caliber||.44 Special|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||920|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||375|
Blazer’s 44 Special jacketed hollow point (JHP) ammo is a great choice for self-defense, when you need a round that’s going to inflict the maximum amount of damage to your target.
With a 200 grain JHP projectile, you can expect muzzle velocity about 920 feet per second and muzzle energy of little more than 375 foot-pounds. (These figures were arrived at assuming a 5.15-inch barrel).
Blazer is part of the same company as a number of well-known and respected ammunition brands like Federal, CCI and Speer. Packaged in 50-round boxes, with 20 boxes in this case, you’ll get a lot of trigger time with this ammo. Blazer is known to produce reliable ammunition with quality components at a very attractive (cheap) price.
In fact, with that big ol’ 44-special pistol or revolver, we might suggest you use some of the money you saved to pick up an ice pack to help with the recoil pain you may run into after firing a case of these rounds!
Fun to shoot.
Review by Matt
I bought these to fire from my Ruger redhawk. Shooting .44 specials out of this gun is child's play and makes for a great range day. The rounds were as accurate as the shooter could manage, clean, and gave me no problems.
I tested a couple of round by firing them into milk jugs filled with water. Both slugs expanded nicely, unlike the other .44 specials I tried, but one did lose a few pieces. The bullet ended up is the forth jug. Really if you were going to use a .44 for self defense (against humans) these round are probably more appropriate than the higher power .44 mag.
Dinged one star on value because all .44 special are expense, one on quality because the aluminum cases can't be reloaded.
(Posted on 11/17/2018)
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