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CCI Blazer Brass .40 S&W 165 Grain FMJ 50 Round Box

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Blazer Brass is a great brass cased alternative designed to help reduce the cost of practice shooting, while continuing to bring shooters quality and reliability with every shot. Blazer ammunition uses Speer bullets and CCI primers, both with a long record of happy users. For excellent brass cased range ammo, have a look at Blazer Brass, it's a great choice for target shooting and plinking.

.40 Smith & Wesson
165 Grain Full Metal Jacket Bullet
Brass Cases
Muzzle Velocity: 1050 fps
Muzzle energy: 404 ft/lbs
Uses: Target Shooting, Range, and Plinking

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

Ammo price is per box


Item#: 63309
Total number of Reviews: 4

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4.0 5
"This ammo fed great in my Glock and my Walther P99. The only issue is the excessive case bulge i noticed in EVERY spent case in my Walther. I'm not reloading for those babies!! I think because it's such cheap ammo, that they have much thinner case walls than say Winchester ammo in .40S&W, but I will continue to use in my Glock because you can't beat the price. Absolutely no FTF or FTE in either gun."
3.0 5
"this product is alright it is a cheaper 40s&w ammo if your going to be target shooting i had two not fire in a row but the rest fired fine i give it a 3 for quality and a 4 for price"
5.0 5
"I went through 150 rounds of Blazer Brass this past weekend with my Taurus PT100. No FTF or FTE. For the price, you can't go wrong."
5.0 5
"This is great target-practice Ammo. It feeds VERY reliably in my Glock 23, to the point I have never had a jam with this Ammo (and I've shot over 8,000 rounds of this stuff)!This ammo should only be used for target practice and plinking, and NOT for personal protection, as it's simply not built for personal defense purposes.But again, for practice purposes with Glocks, it can't be beat.Also, the 165 grain is much cheaper than the 180 grain, almost anywhere you buy it. And for those that go through a lot of rounds when plinking, the 165 grain will go a bit easier on your hands because of less felt recoil.If you own a Glock, use Blazer Brass with confidence!"