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Ammo .380 ACP Blazer 95 Grain FMJ Bullet 945 fps 50 Round 3505

 
Blazer Ammunition
3505
076683035059
63218
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$16.64
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Blazer uses aircraft-grade aluminum that's heat-treated to make an economical cartridge case. As the case is the most expensive component of any cartridge, our aluminum case lets us give you a cartridge that has all the performance of brass-case ammo at a more attractive price. We load Speer bullets and CCI primers, both with a long record of happy users. This .380 ACP ammunition is designed for the high volume shooter who doesn't want to break the bank. Blazer is a great option to reduce the cost of practice, letting you shoot more, and more often.

945 fps
Uses: Training, Practice, Plinking, Range Use

50 Rounds per box. To buy a full case, order 10 boxes.

Ammo price is per box.


 

Item#: 63218,2-CCI3505
Total number of Reviews: 12

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5.0 5
"Went to the range the other day. I shot these off with a few other brands through my Bersa (Firestorm) .380. Needless to say, I thought these were great. No jams or problems whatsoever."
– Mike
3.0 5
"I had problems with the shells jamming in my S&W Sigma. I'm guessing because of the light weight aluminum casings. This was with a brand new clip so I don't think it had to do with low reserve energy in the clip spring. When they did feed and shoot I found them to be very accurate."
– Doug
5.0 5
"I shot 100 rounds through my Kel-Tec P3AT without a jam. Got good penetration and accuracy."
– Lynn
5.0 5
"I just went through 100 rounds of these in my S&W Bodyguard .380 without issue. I use this brand routinely in my Glock 19 so was very happy to see my S&W Bodyguard hand no issues. I'll be buying a case now for range use."
– Frequent Range Shooter
5.0 5
"I bought a box for my Ruger LCP. They work great! They hit just as good as my self defense rounds, not the first FTE or FTF. I will buy more for practice."
– Matthew
2.0 5
"The last round jammed on every clip I shot with this ammo in a new Bersa concealed carry. I've used four other brands in this gun without a single FTF/FTE. Ammo was accurate when it fired."
– KLW
5.0 5
"I have run several hundred rounds through my S&W .380 Bodyguard. Performs without a flaw. No FTFs or FTEs. I continue to purchase for range practice."
– Shootski
5.0 5
"Bought these to save a few bucks. Turns out they function extremely well in the Ruger LCP and is not as dirty as some others. Switching to this for practice and plinking.PS - CTD shipping was fast, but packaging was lacking. A box of bulk rounds shipped with this order had opened up and were rolling around inside the shipping box."
– 9pointkid
4.0 5
"I have shot quite a bit of this through my Kel-Tec P3AT and my wife's Walther PK380. It is reasonably reliable but does have some performance hiccups. It is pretty clean. Cases are nonreloadable, so minus one star. Blazer used to be the cheapest around but no longer, so don't stop your search for inexpensive practice ammo here. Also, I have learned that Kel-Tec does not recommend using aluminum or steel cased ammo in their pistols, so I won't be buying this again."
– Jon
2.0 5
"I bought 4 boxes. I shoot a Bersa .380 Thunder and a Smith & Wesson Bodyguard .380. Both pistols experienced misfires on over 10-15% of the cartridges. I feel it was bad primers. All the misfired cartridges showed shallow dents where the firing pin hit. Those that did fire had much deeper dents. I feel that the components are poorly engineered and have poor quality control. I recommend saving your money and buy the Blazer Brass (AMM-3175) for general shooting."
– Neil
1.0 5
"I bought 4 boxes of this ammo. Using a Smith & Wesson Bodyguard .380 and a Bersa Thunder .380, I found about 12% misfires, even when double shooting the same cartridge in both pistols. It looks like the primers are the problem. The misfired cartridges only showed a very shallow mark from the firing pin vs a fired cartridge. Good price, bad product."
– Neil;
4.0 5
"I have fired 500 rounds of this ammo in a Ruger LCP and had no problems. I had a friend next to me who was shooting the same type of ammo through a Kahr .380 and had several FTE within two boxes (100 rounds). So, be aware that performance might be different depending on the type of firearm."
– JB