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|Bullet Weight||115 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)|
|Ammo Caliber||9mm Luger (9x19)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||1145|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||335|
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Little more kick, great accuracy
Aluminum cased 9mm ammo worked fine at range with accuracy as good as any I've ever used. Did notice a tad more recoil that my normal plinkers- important for those of us with significant arthritic hands- but it was tolerable, though I reduced the number I sent downrange just in case and today my hands aren't bad. I'll gladly continue to use them. Service at Lucky Gunner was awesome as always and price comparable to best online.
Good ammo but had some FTE
This was mostly good ammo, and since I do not reload, I have no problem with the aluminum cases. It is nice to reduce the weight in the range bag. THE BAD: I used an M&P Sheild. I had several casesfail to eject or be extracted. Upon inspection I noticed the soft aluminum of the case would warp with the heat and pressue. This happened with all cases, but a few warpped so much that I had to use a rod to push out the empty casing from the breech. That happened about 4 times in 200 rounds. But I didn't test this on any other 9mm, take this for what it's worth.
Good Range Ammo for the Price
I bought 500 rds of this ammo in 9x19 for my Glock family of 9mm pistols. I took 150 rds of it to the range today and didn't have a single issue. Unlike the MBI I also brought to the range. It functioned fine and accuracy was decent out of my G17. It didn't shoot "dirty" but it did leave little silver flecks in the gun. Not really an issue for me since I break the gun all the way down and remove all moving parts and give it a good cleaning after every competition or trip to the range. However if you don't clean your weapon well or often it might cause a failure of some sort. Overall decent ammo for the price and would buy again.
I was very impressed with the delivery time and I like how the bullets shoot as well. I would buy from this company again.
I have told a lot of my friends about this site and how quickly I received my purchase, actually 2 days ahead of schedule. I would recommend buying bullets from this site to anyone.
A good alternative to Russian ammunition
I am sick of buying dirty and cheap Russian ammunition of uneven consistency in performance. In fact, I put a lot of stock in buying American products when I can. For a small amount of money more, I can have this ammunition which works perfectly in my Walther PPQ. A good value and American made. I intend on ordering more.
I have shot Fiocchi,Sellier&Bellot,Federal,
and a few I can't think of right now and CCI
Blazers are as accurate and NO dirtier than
the aforementioned brands.I have put 1000's
of rounds of CCI through my PT 92's and my
Uzi Baby Eagle(IMI).NEVER,EVER had a mis-
fire,failure to feed or eject.In fact, I went to
my buddy's ranch and we drank beer and
shot all day (I probably shot 300 rounds) &
accuracy wasn't affected by powder residue,
good stuff for the money
I use this ammo every time I can get it. Shooter02 recommends Wolf ammo, yet, when I spoke with the Gluck representative he advised to stay away from the Wolf ammo. (I called the mfg, because my Glock21 was destroyed by Herter's ammo - guys – don’t use that ammo!!!). Blazer ammo is not too dirty. I never had a misfires’ (by now I probably shoot over 2000 rounds), fairly accurate. I use 9mm for my Springfield XD and 45 for Gluck 21 and 30.
This is excellent practice ammo. My wife, my mom, my friend and I all shoot this ammo when I can get it and it has never jammed or caused a failed to fire in any of our guns. We all shot Glocks, and have fired in the neighborhood of 1200 rounds total and never had an issue. I don't find it to be very dirty.
Cheap, But There Is Better
Blazer. A person would purchase this ammunition for only one purpose: Cheap training ammo. If this is your purpose, then I have something to say to you: you can find better. Extremely dirty powder with a cheap aluminum casing = feeding issues. Feeding issues are NOT conducive to a good training session.
I have shot more than 300 rounds of both the 9mm and the .45 through my PT1911, my FNP45, my FNP9, and my Glock 17. Feeding issues will all of them. The first couple of rounds always fired with no problem, but after magazine or two, fouling be extremely apparent, and the aluminum casings did not help ease the process. If you want to learn how to get really proficient with cleaning your weapon, and want to set a Guinness World Record, then shoot with this ammunition. However, if you're like the rest of us and want to learn how to shoot our weapons, there is better ammunition out there for actually cheaper.
WOLF ammo. Its received a bad reputation by those who don't, number 1, understand their weapon, and number 2, don't understand the ammunition. WOLF ammo is actually cleaner than Blazer, and as long as you DONT transition from shooting WOLF steel casings to some other brand of brass casings, then you won't have a problem. However, you can shoot brass ammunition all day long and then transition to WOLF no problem. WOLF is a dirty ammo, no doubt about it, but the steel casing is coated in a polymer that allows for it to lubricate the chamber to ease feeding. You will still have to clean your weapon at the end of the day, but if you're a responsible shooter, you'll clean your weapon regardless.
Just my two cents, but Blazer is cheap, and its practically everywhere. WOLF is a little bit harder to find, but it is cheaper and cleaner than the Blazer in my experience. 600 rounds total with Blazer and 800 with WOLF. After shooting WOLF it made me question why I bothered wasting my money on Blazer.
You're reviewing: 9mm - 115 gr FMJ - Blazer - 50 Rounds
Posted On: 8/22/2014 By: Marc
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