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Blazer is CCI's aluminum-cased line of ammunition that was first introduced to the market in 1981. In 1981, CCI introduced its first centerfire cartridge with the 38 Special 158 gr LRN bullet and since that time they have continued to build out the line with a full offering of affordable range ammo. At that time, CCI recognized that over 3/4 of the market did not reload their spent cartridge cases and that the market needed a lower cost option for non-reloaders which led to the birth of Blazer Ammunition.
Blazer should be distinguished from CCI's brass-cased centerfire handgun ammunition line, Blazer Brass which came into existence after the firth of the Blazer aluminum-cased line. Blazer ammo features non-reloadable aluminum cartridge cases which are ideally suited for shooters who do not wish to reload their cartridge cases and are looking for a reliable cartridge at a lower cost than traditional brass-cased ammo. Blazer's cartridge cases are made with high-end aircraft grade aluminum that is heat treated to form the cartridge case in their ISO certified facility. All Blazer cartridges are loaded with the same bullets that the highly regarded Speer Lawman ammunition is loaded with.
The CCI plant which produces several brands (CCI, Blazer, Blazer Brass, and Speer) is owned by ATK (the same company that owns Federal Premium Ammunition).
Blazer ammo is produced in CCI's production facility in Lewiston, Idaho along the banks of the Snake river.
From Blazer's website:
Such a great buy
Review by Johnk
Excellent product and price. Great stuff.
(Posted on September 5, 2019)Review of 22 LR - 38 Grain LRN - Blazer - 5250 Rounds
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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 November 17, 2018)Review of 44 S&W Special - 200 Grain JHP - Blazer - 1000 Rounds
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Review by Adam m
Great round without too much recoil and flash. But still eno kick to get the job done. The case is not brass but works fine in my colt clone.
(Posted on November 12, 2018)Review of 357 Mag - 158 Grain JHP - Blazer - 50 Rounds
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Cheap, reliable and lightweight!
Review by Joe S.
I've used quite a bit of this ammunition and I must say I love it for several different reasons. If I can find this stuff on sale, I usually pick up 500 rounds of it. I've found it's just as reliable as most brass cased ammunition (just buy a few boxes and test it in whatever firearms you have to ensure it will work first). The price is usually reasonable but what I love most about this ammunition is the weight savings you get because of the aluminum cases. I was really surprised at how much less this ammo weighs compared to brass or steel cases when I first picked up 100 rounds of it to test in my firearms. I rarely shoot at an indoor range so I'm usually hauling my stuff wherever we're going to be shooting and getting some weight savings is nice when you have a lot to carry. Not to mention the fact that, if you're ever in a situation where you have to carry all your ammo with you on your person, then you can definitely carry a lot more of this ammunition than brass or steel cases. Highly recommended in any caliber!
(Posted on January 3, 2018)Review of 45 ACP - 230 Grain FMJ - Blazer - 1000 Rounds
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Review by DMack
This is good, clean ammo but the .45 Colt I bought is too expensive in my opinion.
It is a jacketed bullet but I can find brass ammo for a cheaper price.
(Posted on August 12, 2017)Review of 45 Long Colt - 200 gr JHP - Blazer - 50 Rounds
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Aluminum cases failed
Review by Shootstrate
Aluminum cases split open blue the magazine out of my 10 millimeter Glock destroyed the frame and injured me do not use Blazer aluminum ammunition
(Posted on February 22, 2017)Review of 10mm Auto - 200 Grain FMJ - Blazer - 50 Rounds
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Great range round.
Review by Kirk
Shoot on a regular with no issues. Great for the price.
(Posted on February 16, 2017)Review of 40 S&W - 180 Grain FMJ - Blazer - 50 Rounds
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Review by Rounds
I have a 25cal, and 6.5 cal. weapon that I had problem getting rounds for. Thanks to Lucky Gunner that problem is solved, I will be a repeat customer.... Thanks again....
(Posted on February 9, 2017)Review of 25 ACP - 50 gr FMJ - Blazer - 50 Rounds
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Review by Fodh
Best I found in 32. Shot on point every time. From 2" barrel
(Posted on October 29, 2016)Review of 32 ACP - 71 gr FMJ - Blazer - 50 Rounds
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Good for the Price
Review by Dan
Nothing against this ammo, I literally went through my last box earlier today when I went to the range. Just the cases seemed to expand way too much for my 3'' SP 101. I had to use a rubber mallet each time to shove down the ejector rod so the spent casings would fall out. Other then that the round worked great for me, it fired every time and there were no real issues that would make me not buy this again. I know I'll keep it strictly for practice, however, not really for self-defense.
(Posted on September 18, 2016)Review of 357 Mag - 158 Grain JHP - Blazer - 50 Rounds
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With this high presser round with a weak cheap case. I have used a 38 spl. it cracked with three of the five that was shot
Review by Chief
Dangerous rounds and should be taken off the market . I am a trainer and tell students not to buy or use this junk ammo.
(Posted on August 30, 2016)Review of 40 S&W - 180 gr TMJ Cleanfire - Blazer - 1000 Rounds
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Review by MissEuva
Best price we could find for our ammo. Easy ordering, order arrived quickly. Will definitely order from Lucky in the future.
(Posted on August 8, 2016)Review of 380 Auto - 95 Grain FMJ - Blazer - 1000 Rounds
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Seem to shoot relatively clean and it recycle through my Glock 42
Review by Colt shooter
Seem to shoot relatively clean and it recycle through my Glock 42
(Posted on June 20, 2016)Review of 380 Auto - 95 gr FMJ - Blazer - 50 Rounds
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Gets stuck in revolver
Review by Rhinodude
Overall not bad. Got these because of the price. Unfortunately they must expand a bit when fired, because they get stuck pretty good in the revolver (rhino) and need a few good whacks to get out.
(Posted on June 12, 2016)Review of 40 S&W - 165 Grain FMJ - Blazer - 50 Rounds
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Good for range n competition shooting
Review by Retbeatcop
Prefer 180 gr....but 165 is ok for range and competition shoots. 180 is somewhat smoother and has less kick.
(Posted on June 8, 2016)Review of 40 S&W - 165 Grain FMJ - Blazer - 50 Rounds
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