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.38 Special +P CCI Blazer Handgun Cartridge 125-Grain FMJ Bullet 945 fps 50 Rounds per Box

 
CCI
903518
076683035189
53627
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.38 Special +P CCI Blazer Handgun Cartridge, 125-Grain FMJ Bullet, 945 fps, 50 Rounds per Box

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Total number of Reviews: 4

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5.0 5
"i bought this stuff for my .357 for target practiceit shot awesomely it was a bit inaccurate but other than that good for 357 plinkin ammo"
2.0 5
"let me start by saying I have never fired Blazer ammo before and I was totaly neutral to all previous reviews I read about Blazer ammo. I WOULD NEVER SHOOT THESE AGAIN!. The very first round out of a brand new box of 50 was a FTF! Folowed by the next 2 rounds.So that made 3 ftf's from the first box, I ordered 150 rounds (3 boxes of this crap.) Not to mention that after going through the first 50 rounds my Smith and wesson 642 2\" snubbie was black as night from the powder they used to load these. I proceded to load from the second box and low and behold- 3 rounds in it startd again! FTF after FTF after FTF. well, to make a long story short- 15 out of 150 rounds were an FTF. I called my range master into the shooting lanes and asked him if maybe something was wrong with my firearm, maybe a firing pin issue or light strike on the primer? He went back to the counter and grabbed a box of PCM brass fmj and tested my firearm. IT WAS NOT MY SNUBBIES FAULT! All 50 rounds fired flawlessly. BLAZER ammo was just cheaply made, bad primers, and cheap powder! I will never fire BLAZER ammo again. PS. it took me over an hour to cleam my snubbie after all that crap ammo powder."
5.0 5
".38 Special +P CCI Blazer 125 TMJ Shot over 1000 rds. with no problem in S&W SnubbyAlso My #1 Round in my 40 Cal. Glock 165 TMJShot over 3000 rds.Gun clean-up is a snap it's TMJ ammo."
3.0 5
"shot 300 rounds of this stuff and it gave me no problems...unfortunately the cases are aluminum so if you have plans to reload this may not be the choice for you. cleaned up in a snap...probably took less than ten patches in a stainless six inch barrel...the recoil is nearly identical to 120 grain .357 winchester SJHP"